These documents inform organisations of the technical specifications for e-bulk logical business messages.
- Code of connection (CoCo) - defines the parameters for how e-brokers / registered bodies using the interface system connect to the Criminal Justice System Exchange (CJSE)
- CoCo submission instructions - very important that the security policy documents are included in order for Ministry Of Justice to complete the approval process
- CoCo documents MUST be submitted as a scanned document only as ‘Authorisation of SOC’ (last page) contains signatures
Please ensure that the supporting policy documents are sent as a compressed zip file to reduce the size of the email.
All documents to be sent from a secure cjsm email only to the DBS registered body management team
- supporting compliance document - must be completed by a registered body when connecting to a service provided by the MoJ Exchange Services, which requires additional evidence of compliance over that provided by completion of a code of connection / terms & conditions
- supporting compliance document submission instructions - see the code of connection instructions
- business message specification - defines the detailed format and content for the logical business messages, which enable the electronic communication of DBS applications and e-Bulk results between the DBS and registered bodies
- interface control document - defines the specific configuration of message delivery and operational interface protocols that will be used by end points (eg RB systems)
- message delivery interface documents - describe the message transport mechanism provided by the Criminal Justice System Exchange (CJSE) that enables an end point to communicate with the CJSE