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Supervision Conditions Summary Service Specification, Version 1.0

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This Service Specification package provides the files and documents necessary for stakeholders to gain an understanding of the Supervision Conditions Summary Service and the rules applicable to its implementation; the main components of the Service Specification are the Service Description and Service Interface Description documents, artifacts and schema folders with related files, as well as metadata files.


The Service Description Document (SDD) provides stakeholders with all aspects of the Supervision Conditions Summary (SCS) Service that are not directly tied to the physical implementation of the service, while the Service Interface Description Document (SIDD) provides a description of the physical implementation of the SCS Service. The SCS Service provides a summary of supervision conditions to which a specific person is subject; this capability enables exchange partners, through a query/response mechanism, to quickly and efficiently perform assessments, determine whether a subject is in violation of any supervision conditions, and support decision making throughout the criminal justice system. The SDD lays out the Service overview, including scope, capabilities, real-world effects, security classification, service specification package version, and more; it also a primary flow for provides business scenarios; Service interoperability requirements, including Service assumptions and dependencies, policies and contracts, security, and other requirements; as well as service model information, including behavior and information models. The SIDD documents in this Service Package include one SIDD for requesting agencies and another for responding agencies; they are companion documents to the SCS Service Description Document, providing Service interaction requirements; interface description requirements; message exchange patterns and definition mechanisms; policies and contracts, including automated and nonautomated service contracts, and umbrella agreements; security and privacy information; and service testing.

Date Published: January 1, 2012