Technology and Communication Paper wk4 final

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Runninghead: TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION Technology and Communication La’Karia Sam University of Phoenix CJA 304/363 Clark Nissen October 10, 2011
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TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION Technology and Communication Mobile Data Terminals The advent of computer access to CJIS (Criminal Justice Information System) and department records from police vehicles and hand-held computers has put a powerful tool into the hands of police employees. Access to CJIS and the gateway to national files are controlled by the CHSB (Criminal History Systems Board ) , under an agreement with the FBI CJIS Division. It is mandatory for CHSB to provide 24hr access to the national criminal justice files. These files may include convicted sex offenders, missing and wanted persons, Interstate Identification Index (III), etc. The Criminal History Systems Board (CHSB) also maintains the network and security. Software vendors who apply to CHSB for access to CJIS files must pass rigorous reliability and security testing prior to being certified. Some portions of log files of data queries and mobile-to- mobile communications are public records and may have to be released pursuant to a public records request. Computers connected to mobile application software will generally be mobile (lap top) computers and handheld devices. Some desktop, static computers within the police facility may also be connected to the mobile network. Such systems may include: Dispatch workstations; Supervisory and administrative work stations; and Clerical work stations. Computer connectivity to the mobile system may be accomplished by: A vehicle mounted
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course COMM 215 taught by Professor Colettewanless-sobel during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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