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Title: Keynote Presentations: 1999 Symposium on Integrated Justice Information Systems
Series: BJA Monographs
Corporate Author: SEARCH - National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics
United States of America
Date Published: 1999
Page Count: 104
Sponsoring Agency: Bureau of Justice Assistance
US Dept of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
United States of America
Grant Number: 97-DD-BX-0077;
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Type: Conference Material
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This report contains the keynote and plenary presentations delivered at the 1999 Symposium on Integrated Justice Information Systems, which was designed to provide practical resources to agency executives, managers, and technologists in State and local justice agencies who are considering or are in the midst of implementing integrated justice information systems.
Abstract: Welcoming remarks by Nancy Gist, the Director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance of the U.S. Justice Department, outline the expectations for the symposium. Her presentation is followed by keynote addresses by U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno and U.S. Senator Mike DeWine. These addresses emphasize the importance and promise of the development of integrated justice information systems that would enable criminal justice professionals at all governmental levels to access information on all persons who have been processed by criminal justice systems anywhere in the Nation. These keynote addresses are followed by a paper that describes the Office of Justice Programs' Justice Integration Initiative, which envisions a nationwide information system capability for improved criminal justice information-sharing that provides State and local criminal justice stakeholders with immediate access to all the information they need to respond to and resolve the consequences of criminal activity. Another paper provides guidelines for planning and implementing integrated justice information systems, followed by a presentation that addresses digital strategies for funding integration efforts. Technology issues and challenges involved in integrated justice information systems are discussed in another paper, followed by papers on the management of the integrated system for the long-term, criminal justice information privacy, and a description of the security system for the Kansas Criminal Justice Information System. Footnotes accompany the papers.
Main Term(s): Computers
Index Term(s): Management Information Systems ; Criminal justice information systems ; Computer privacy and security ; Information Systems and Technology ; Science and Technology ; Integrated systems ; BJA grant-related documents ; Kansas
Note: Proceedings of a symposium held in Washington D.C., February 8-10, 1999
   
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