|model||Built Here, Others Contribute|
|states||HI, ME, MI, VT|
|government type||local, state, tribal, federal|
|license||Reciprocal Public License|
The Open Justice Broker is a set of integrated justice information sharing components built on the Apache integration stack (Karaf, CXF, Camel). They publish all software under an open source license, and charge only for membership. The software is used to integrate records from police, prisons, and courts, making it possible to query records across disparate law enforcement records management systems.
Membership runs from $995/year up to $85,000/year, with three tiers of membership that depend on eligibility, technical support requirements, and ability to serve on the board.