Definition Edit

The Global Justice XML Data Model

provides a model and tools to help justice agencies across the country quickly and effectively develop applications that can share information across disparate computer systems and networks.[1]

Overview Edit

"GJXDM is an object-oriented data model that comprises approximately 2,500 data objects. Each object is made up of number of data elements or “tags.” These objects facilitate the exchange and reuse of information from multiple sources and applications by defining and standardizing the information which can be shared by all of the justice and public safety communities. These data define everything from booking slips to court documents, such that, although they are created and stored in different formats, their information content can be easily shared with other systems and merged into a comprehensive information system. Furthermore, as new needs are identified, new data objects may be added to meet the needs of the justice and public safety community."[2]

References Edit

  1. Justice Information Sharing Initiatives: A White Paper Prepared for the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee of United States Attorneys by the Office of Justice Programs 1 (Oct. 2004) (full-text).
  2. Id. at 4-5.

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