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Title: Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice Multi-Jurisdictional Information Systems Study, Phase II Final Report
Series: OJJDP National Report Series
Corporate Author: Ctr for Technology Commercialization, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1999
Page Count: 440
Sponsoring Agency: National Institute of Justice
US Department of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
United States of America
Grant Number: 97-LB-VX-K012
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Type: Report (Technical)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This report summarizes the results of on-site evaluations of 17 law enforcement/criminal justice multi-jurisdictional information systems.
Abstract: The purpose of the evaluations was to closely examine the 17 systems which represented a cross-section of regional, State, and local multijurisdictional information systems. Face-to-face interviews with both system managers and system users were conducted between May and August 1999. The 17 systems included 4 automated fingerprint identification systems, 7 State criminal justice information systems, 2 county justice systems, 1 city justice system, 1 regional criminal justice information system, 1 State firearms registry, and 1 state sex offender registry. The 17 systems provided a wide array of information services to criminal justice agencies. The systems gathered information on incidents, suspects, arrestees, victims, stolen items and vehicles, warrants, firearms, and court dispositions. The success of the systems was evaluated in terms of effective leadership, strategic planning, partnerships with users and the vendor community, and ability to identify funding sources. Evaluation findings and overall trends in multijurisdictional information systems are described. The evaluation instruments, interviews, and supporting information are contained in appendixes.
Main Term(s): Automated police information systems
Index Term(s): Computer aided operations ; Automated fingerprint processing ; Criminal justice information systems ; Firearms identification ; Science and Technology ; Regional information sharing systems ; Sex Offender Registration/Registries
   
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