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Criminal intelligence system for Michigan

Memex : 07 October, 2009  (Application Story)
Memex criminal intelligence platform will connect multiple agencies and 21000 police personnel across the Michigan area for enhanced crime detection capabilities
Memex has announced its selection by the State of Michigan to deploy the state's primary criminal intelligence platform, which will provide access to more than 600 law enforcement agencies, more than 21,000 certified police officers as well as numerous state and federal departments.

That platform, known as the Michigan Criminal Intelligence System (MCIS), is run by the Michigan State Police and will be used in the Michigan Intelligence Operations Centre for Homeland Security (MIOC), the state's fusion centre.

HP Enterprise Services, a leading global technology services provider, is serving as sub-contractor, working with Memex on this implementation.

The MIOC will use the Memex intelligence system to gather, collate, track, analyze and disseminate terrorism intelligence information. Additionally, the system will be used to counter-act conventional criminal activity, including street gangs, organized crime and high-volume crimes. Just as important is the Memex products capability to assist the Michigan State Police in compliance with State and Federal laws pertaining to the protection of citizens' privacy rights.

"The State of Michigan deployment will be the largest in the US and second biggest in the world for Memex," said Neil Schlisserman, Vice President of Memex Americas. "Law enforcement in Michigan will benefit greatly from a common intelligence platform for information sharing as well as Memex's engaging approach to commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software deployment and customer service."

Memex has extensive experience working with fusion centres at the state, regional and city levels as well as with major statewide and large municipal law enforcement agencies. The MIOC is the 12th fusion centre to select Memex as its foundation for intelligence and the sixth statewide deployment.

The Memex intelligence solution will provide Web services with interfaces to RISS (Regional Information Sharing Systems), NDPIX (National Drug Pointer Index) and other systems, additional important considerations for the State of Michigan. Besides criminal intelligence data, Memex also is laying the foundation for the sharing of CAD (Computer-Aided Dispatch) and RMS (Records Management System) data in the MCIS.

The Memex intelligence system is used for deconfliction and threat assessment, and provides the foundation for an Intelligence-led Policing (ILP) approach. Besides CAD and RMS, Memex also integrates data from disparate sources, such as case and gangs management, Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR), and confidential informant management.

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