New York State Police

National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) - Conformant Information Exchange Package Documentations (IEPDs)

The New York State Police (NYSP) has now published the below National Information Exchange Model (NIEM)-conformant Information Exchange Package Documentations (IEPDs) for the purpose of building approved web service message exchanges by authorized agencies.

Use of the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) for eJusticeNY Integrated Justice Portal Exchanges

The New York State Integrated Justice Advisory Board has adopted the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) for the development and implementation of eJustice: Integrated Justice Portal exchanges. This version will be extended to incorporate any additional data elements that are required to meet the New York State business needs. This extended model becomes the New York State canonical model.

Using the New York State canonical model, agencies will be able to submit exchanges utilizing the NIEM data model. Requests will be transformed within the Integrated Justice Portal using NIEM XML and XML structured response(s) will be returned asynchronously to the requesting agency's system.

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To insure success in the development of this suite of web service message exchanges, the development personnel should posses a high level of competence in the below areas.

June 2015 - Information related to the migration of the Integrated Justice Portal DataPower servers to the CNSE datacenter. Click here.

The New York State Police in conjunction with the New York State Office of Information Technology Services (ITS) are pleased to inform you that the Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) is now functional in New York State. The ASAP to PSAP Service provides an interconnection between the public safety dispatch centers and alarm central stations which provide monitoring services to the 36 million alarm systems in the United States. The ASAP Service interconnection will improve the exchange of information from alarm systems and monitoring stations by transforming communications from a manual, human dependent process to an semi-automated, electronic information exchange.

You must contact Lieutenant Rachael L VanDeusen to gain access to the specifications that are now available in the ASAP IEPDs. To contact Lieutenant VanDeusen please email her at or call at 518-485-9669. Thank you in advance and we look forward to working with you to get this vital piece of technology out to all agencies.

To assist police officers with determining whether or not a person is authorized to possess medical marihuana under the New York program, an interface has been created on the Integrated Justice Portal (Portal) that will query the Department of Health database where the Medical Marihuana participant information is housed. The Portal will be the primary system that will be used by the law enforcement to ascertain the validity of a patient and/or caregiver’s Registry ID card and participation in the program. As of January 7, 2016, the Medical Marihuana Registry ID card Inquiry will be live in the Portal for law enforcement to query. The new request specifications are now available in the Medical Marihuana Inquiry IEPDs.

Starting February 2017, New York State will provide enhanced DMV Inspection Sticker information for in-state registrations. The new request specifications are now available in the Inspection Sticker Inquiry IEPDs.

Starting September 22, 2016, updates have been applied to the Person Wanted and Missing services. These updated specifications are now available in the appropriate IEPDs and should be used for any interface development.

Starting April 2013, the current NYSP Parole response is being replaced by a DCJS Parole response and an additional response, DCJS Probation. These new response specifications are now available in the appropriate IEPDs and should be used for any interface development which is not already in Production or the coordinated testing phase with the Portal Law Enforcement Applications Team (NYSPIN).

Starting July 2014, New York State DMV will provide Medical Certification information for individuals with CDL licenses. These new response specifications are now available in the appropriate IEPDs for any interface development.

Starting March 2015, certain DMV Driver and Registration requests can now be submitted using the optional NotifyProbationOfficerIndicator field. When set and a probation hit response is returned, a probation notification message will be sent to the probation office responsible for the individual.

The following IEPDs and associated development documentation is currently available.

A list of changes can be found in the NYSP Metro Web Service Change Log.
IEPD Version 2.4.3 was released August 2017. CJIS Policy Version 5.5 was released June 2016.
To report any issues and / or open up a service ticket contact the Public Safety Contact Center at, 1-888-462-8003 or
Use this distribution list to send notifications to NYSPIN web service application staff.

Additional Development Documentation