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Appriss Expands JusticeXchange Database to Social Security Offices
August 09, 2013
Appriss won a contract with the Social Security Administration to expand the use of JusticeXchange in social security field offices nationwide.
JusticeXchange is an integrated justice solution that provides an instant, up-to-date database of booking records and other information from thousands of agencies across the country.
According to Appriss, law enforcement agencies in 30 states use JusticeXchange to find wanted persons who may already be incarcerated in other states. It includes more than 75 million booking records, 13 million photos and other public records data.
JusticeXchange also provides secure access to other information portals including the National Data Exchange; the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; the Federal Bureau of Prisons; the Drug Enforcement Administration; the FBI; and the United States Marshals Service.
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Sherry @ 8/26/2013 4:31 AM
So this is another way of knowing where everyone is located all the time...? so do they plan to pick up the incarcerated people at the end of their time since in order to arrest them and take them to the other states were they have charges? social security does not pay if you are in jail, so then a night or two in jail could make your check stop for the next month, how nice.
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