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The Design:: 

The Design: Distributive model Service Oriented Architecture Web Services US DOJ GXJDM Leverages work done by the States

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National Sex Offender Public Registry

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The Results: Connected 22 sites in 60 days Connected additional 28 sites in 5 months Over 27 million hits in first 48 hours Peaked at 977 hits per second After 30 weeks – over 201 million hits 48 states, DC, Guam searchable from on site0

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July 20, 2005 – 21 states + DC – completed in 60 days

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December 28, 2005 – 48 states + DC + Guam second phase completed in 5 months

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New search improvements

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Site has undergone 508 compliance review

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Additional Sex Offender Information:: 

Additional Sex Offender Information: Federal US Bureau of Prisons Military NCIS through JAG Tribal Nations Received calls on process of creating a registry Canada Canadian NSOR is LE only

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Week ending 8/21/05 Week ending 11/20/05 Average hits per day

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Over 201 million hits after 30 weeks Total hits per week

How the site is being used:: 

How the site is being used: RI, KY, and TX used the site to check evacuees H.R. 3402 requires International Marriage Brokers to check all their clients against NSOPR or the state sites Department of State has recommended the residents of a home taking in a foreign exchange student

Best practices:: 

Best practices: Identify the stakeholders Leverage work already completed Cleary identify the policy decision maker Cleary identify the technical lead Adapt to what already exists

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Lessons learned: Keep policy and technology separate Be open to suggestions from stakeholders Realize there’s no single solution Design tool based on abilities Federal and state can work together

Next phases:: 

Next phases: Connect OR and SD Connect US Territories and Tribal agencies Create zip code radius searches Review mapping capabilities Bring states together to identify needs

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Future plans: Provide 'plug ins' for states Mapping E-mail notification Create communication network SOR management Sex offender management Meet needs to access information in other ways

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