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In 2019 the New Mexico Legislature authorized the Crime Reduction Grant Act under HB0267. This legislation directed local Criminal Justice Coordinating Councils to “facilitate sharing of criminal justice information between agencies” NMSA 1978 § 31-28-3(E)(5). It also directed the New Mexico Sentencing Commission to “create and maintain a data-sharing network [to promote] information sharing among criminal justice agencies” NMSA 1978 § 9-3-10(D)(14). Criminal Justice Coordinating Councils from across the state voted to support a statewide data sharing platform.
The NM dataXchange data sharing platform is supplied by Tyler Technologies Data & Insights as a “Data as a Service” (DaaS). The platform is hosted in a cloud environment; allows data to flow in near-real-time; provides other government entities access to the data without allowing access directly to the agency’s case management system; and offers viewing options on the platform or customizable formatting for data downloads.
NM dataXchange was rolled out as a pilot in Phase 1 to all New Mexico Criminal Justice Partners. The pilot expired in June of 2020 and included New Mexico Court data for the following datasets:
- Notice of Hearing Information
- Open/Active Warrants
- Release Orders
- Orders of Protection
- Criminal Sentences
- Criminal Disposition
Since then additional datasets have been rolled out in Phase 2 & 3 of the project, such as:
- Transport Orders
- Criminal Disposition for years 2000 – Present Day
- Criminal Sentencing for years 2000 – Present Day
- Warrants over 10 years (active/issued)
- Cases Filed over 10 years (criminal cases)
- Landlord Tenant Evictions
- Landlord Tenant Evictions Map
- Active Warrants Street Map
- Court Hearings During a Pandemic Story
- District Court Probate Cases 2019 – 2021
- Bernalillo County
- MDC Inmate Information
- San Juan County Sheriff
- Bookings/Booking Sheets
- Criminal Complaint
- Probable Cause
- DA Case Referral Form
- Traffic Citations
- Sandoval County
- Inmate Information
- Department of Public Safety (DPS)
- State ID (SID)
In FY24 there will be a separate project to share publicly-accessible criminal justice data with the public.
There is no cost for our Criminal Justice Partners to participate on the platform to share or access data. The subscription costs are covered by the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC).
For more information about the dataXchange platform, please contact Genevieve Grant, AOC/JID at firstname.lastname@example.org
Justice Partner Applications
Glossary of Terms
Justice Partner = State, municipal (per NMSA 1978, Section 3-1-2(G)) or federal law enforcement, corrections agencies, compliance programs (per NMSA 1978, Section 31-20-5.1), municipal judges and court staff, and any state or federal agency involved in adult, family or child welfare.
MOU & Applications
If you are a Justice Partner Agency Head or Agency CIO: MOU
If you are a Justice Partner IT staff who intends to access the data: JP Application
After receiving the unique login credentials, approved registered users can access the NM dataXchange application here: www.nmdataxchange.gov
Any violation of the terms and conditions set forth in the Application for Access to NM dataXchange system by any user, will result in steps being implemented as outlined in this policy (click to open).
To search for other datasets, you can perform a simple keyword search on the landing page or in the Data Catalog. The platform uses word stemming, which automatically includes common forms of the same root term. For example, searching for “educational,” will also match “education”, “educating” and “educate”. You may narrow a search by selecting a specific category to search within. Categories on the platform refer to the justice partner or type of justice partner that created the dataset.
Search results are rendered based on information contained within the metadata of the datasets. The order of search results are not alphabetical but are determined, in part, by the view count and frequency of updates to the dataset.
Education – End Users & Developers
The Socrata educational training courses can be found here. The Socrata recommended courses are as follows:
- Intro to the World of Data on Socrata (13 minutes, on-demand)
- Create and Manage Your Dataset on Socrata (16 minutes, on-demand)
- Shape and Join Data with SOQL Query Editor (1 hour, live or on-demand)
The more in-depth API or developer training is located here. The Socrata recommended courses are as follows:
- Explore Data with Charts on Socrata (1 hour, live or on-demand)
- Map Your Data on Socrata (23 minutes on-demand, 1 hour live)
- Tell a Story with Socrata Perspectives (16 minutes on-demand)
Other recommended training courses are as follows:
Transform Data with Socrata Query Language
The Administrative Office of the Courts along with the NM Sentencing Commission, are collaborating to propose a long term data sharing governance to ensure continued expansion of the data sharing effort. Once the sharing governance document is complete you will find it here.