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Electronic Court Filing Version 5.0

The LegalXML Electronic Court Filing 5.0 (ECF 5.0) specification consists of a set of non-proprietary XML and Web services specifications along with clarifying explanations and amendments to those specifications that have been added for the purpose of promoting interoperability among electronic court filing vendors and systems.  ECF Version 5.0 is a major release and brings the specification into conformance with the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) 4.0.

Use-of-Force XML IEPD

The purpose of the National Use-of-Force Data Collection IEPD is to provide law enforcement agencies documentation that lists exchange specifications to be used for the exchange of complete, accurate, and timely Use-of-Force information. The National Use-of-Force Data Collection is a component of the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program that is used by law enforcement agencies to report a law enforcement Use-of-Force that results in a fatality, serious bodily injury to a person, or the discharge of a firearm at or in the direction of a person.

ANSI/NIST-ITL 2015 XML Encoding

This specification defines the content, format, and units of measurement for the exchange of fingerprint, palm print, plantar, facial/mugshot, scar mark and tattoo (SMT), iris, DNA, and other biometric sample and forensic information that may be used in the identification or verification process of a subject. This information is primarily intended for interchange among criminal justice agencies or organizations that rely on automated identification systems which use biometric data for identification purposes.

Model Minimum Uniform Crash Criteria (MMUCC) 4.0

The Model Minimum Uniform Crash Criteria Guideline (MMUCC) is a minimum standardized data set for describing motor vehicle crashes and the vehicles persons and environment involved. The Guideline is designed to generate the information necessary to improve highway safety within each state and nationally. This data set originally published in the MMUCC Guideline 1st Edition (1998) has been revised twice in the MMUCC Guideline most recently in the 4th Edition (2012) in response to emerging highway safety issues and other highway safety needs.