COPLINK(R) Innovates with LEXS/National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) Compliance for Law Enforcement Agencies Nationwide.

TUCSON, Ariz. , July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Knowledge Computing Corporation, with the award winning COPLINK(R) Solution Suite, is successfully providing LEXS/NIEM compliance for their law enforcement and public safety clients nationwide...

Access to COPLINK on a local, regional or federal level is restricted by individual user security clearances and by the sensitivity of the data itself, both of which are based on strict policy protocols spelled out in a Memorandum of Understanding between participating agencies. COPLINK also creates a detailed audit trail for every search conducted. These safeguards help protect the integrity of the data and sensitive information while allowing for the creation of ad hoc regional task forces to address specific criminal activity.

The COPLINK Solution Suite is able to rapidly identify possible criminal suspects, relationships, and patterns by searching known or partial facts from an investigation. Leads that would otherwise be unapparent appear in seconds -- a process that prior to COPLINK was not possible or often took days or weeks to accomplish. The Solution works by allowing vast quantities of structured and seemingly unrelated data -- including data currently housed in various incompatible databases and records management systems -- to be securely organized, consolidated and rapidly analyzed over a highly secure intranet-based platform. COPLINK is already linking counties, regions and states, making if far more difficult for criminals, gangs and terrorists to operate across multiple jurisdictions undetected.

About Knowledge Computing Corporation and COPLINK

Knowledge Computing Corp. provides technology-based crime-fighting and information sharing solutions to leading edge law enforcement agencies nationwide. Its critically-acclaimed COPLINK Solution, in use since 1998, is based on knowledge management technology first prototyped by top-ranked researchers in the Artificial Intelligence Lab at the University of Arizona in Tucson through a grant by the National Institute of Justice. The technologies developed at Knowledge Computing Corporation have been tested and proven by over 1600 law enforcement agencies around the country. COPLINK software is compliant with CFR part 23, as well as local, state, federal and inter-agency laws and policies governing information sharing for law enforcement purposes. For more information: or

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