Law Enforcement National Data Exchange

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The Law Enforcement National Data Exchange (N-DEx) brings together data from criminal justice agencies throughout the United States, including incident and case reports, booking and incarceration data, and parole/probation information. N-DEx detects relationships between people, vehicles/property, location, and/or crime characteristics.[1] N-DEx is housed at the FBI's Criminal Justice Information Services Division in West Virginia.


  • GCN Awards 2009 Government Computer News Agency Award[2]
  • Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation 2010 Award for Information Sharing[3]


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