Jail Information Model
The Jail Information Model is a new process designed to cultivate jail-based information about internal and external safety and security issues, and to disseminate it to the appropriate offices or agencies in order to solve or prevent crimes and improve public safety.
CERRA (Crisis Event Response and Recovery Access)
A joint effort by local, regional, and state jurisdiction leaders, DHS NPPD/FEMA, and the Emergency Services Sector to establish a nationwide, coordinated, interoperable approach for safe, secure, effective access throughout crisis and disaster events.
Emergency Responder ID Trust Network®
ER-ITN enables critical infrastructure and support organizations to establish a network of trust with checkpoint operators (e.g. local law enforcement), before or during a crisis, based on identity information validated by the authoritative source.
Pegasus Local2Local information services enable sharing of law enforcement data and information utilizing secure, reliable technology and strong access authentication.
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First Responder Authentication Credential (FRAC)
State and local emergency response officials are working to establish a Personal Identity Verification-Interoperable (PIV-I) / First Responder Authentication Credential (FRAC) standard that is interoperable between local, state, and federal levels.