National Association for Justice Information Systems

National Association for Justice Information Systems NAJIS is an organization of individuals responsible for the acquisition, operation and management of Justice Information Systems.
The National Association for Justice Information Systems (NAJIS) is an organization of individuals responsible for the acquisition, operation and management of local, state, tribal and federal criminal justice information systems. All practitioners in prosecutor’s offices, the courts, law enforcement, probation, corrections and allied agencies who design, improve, implement or supervise automated information systems can benefit from participating in NAJIS. Individuals who are investigating, evaluating and purchasing automated systems—both hardware and software—for criminal justice purposes are encouraged to join and participate in NAJIS activities. NAJIS began in 1981 as the PROMIS (Prosecutors Management Information System) User Group and has grown to encompass the technology interests of all criminal justice disciplines, including Corrections, Public Safety, Law Enforcement, Intel Analysis, Victim Advocate Groups and more. NAJIS conducts an annual educational conference, publishes a newsletter and website with the goal of improving the criminal justice system through the practical application of technology.
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NAJIS conducts an annual educational conference, publishes a newsletter and website with the goal of improving the criminal justice system through the practical application of technology.

Mission: The promotion of integrated criminal justice, new technologies, and information sharing standards is the focus of NAJIS.

Interested in presenting at the next @NA4JIS Conference? Submit your presentation by January 15, 2020. tinyurl.com/reqo5...
01/07/2020

Interested in presenting at the next @NA4JIS Conference? Submit your presentation by January 15, 2020. tinyurl.com/reqo5mx

Interested in presenting at the next @NA4JIS Conference?  Submit your presentation by January 15, 2020.  tinyurl.com/req...
12/18/2019
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Interested in presenting at the next @NA4JIS Conference? Submit your presentation by January 15, 2020. tinyurl.com/reqo5mx

The National Association of Justice Information System (NAJIS) invites you to submit a proposal to present at its 2020 NAJIS Conference which will be held in Seattle, Washington, October 5 thru October 8, 2020. The call for presentations will close January 15, 2020 and must be submitted online.

Interested in joining the NAJIS Board of Directors?  Applications are due on 10/30/19.  Check out najis.org to apply!  T...
10/17/2019

Interested in joining the NAJIS Board of Directors? Applications are due on 10/30/19. Check out najis.org to apply! The application is available at najis.org/recruitment/.

Big THANKS to Executive Director Doug Robinson, Executive Director for the National Association of State Chief Informati...
10/03/2019

Big THANKS to Executive Director Doug Robinson, Executive Director for the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) for sharing powerful insights during the Emerging Technologies session at #NAJIS2019 #emergingtech #EmergingTechnologies #EmergingMarkets

Big THANKS to Executive Director of Public Technology Institute (PTI), Alan Shark, for sharing powerful insights during ...
10/03/2019

Big THANKS to Executive Director of Public Technology Institute (PTI), Alan Shark, for sharing powerful insights during the Emerging Technologies session at #NAJIS2019 #emergingtech #EmergingTechnologies #EmergingMarkets

Coordinator of the National 911 program, Laurie Flaherty, presenting on consolidation of transportation and GIS services...
10/03/2019

Coordinator of the National 911 program, Laurie Flaherty, presenting on consolidation of transportation and GIS services within PSAPs to create info sharing paths. #NAJIS2019

‪Resource Implications and Impacts for Law Enforcement and associated chain of evidentiary custody with Video Digital Ev...
10/03/2019

‪Resource Implications and Impacts for Law Enforcement and associated chain of evidentiary custody with Video Digital Evidence #NAJIS2019 #BodyCameras #TrueCosts #HumanResources‬

Kay Chopard Cohen and Paul Wormeli presenting on Body Worn Cameras and Digital Evidence.  #NAJIS2019
10/03/2019

Kay Chopard Cohen and Paul Wormeli presenting on Body Worn Cameras and Digital Evidence. #NAJIS2019

CaseLines David Jackson, SVP of Business Development, talking about the digitization of information from crime scene to ...
10/02/2019

CaseLines David Jackson, SVP of Business Development, talking about the digitization of information from crime scene to courtroom. #NAJIS2019 #technologyshowcase

Motorola Solutions delivers software as a service using Command Central Vault that operates on variegated devices to tra...
10/02/2019

Motorola Solutions delivers software as a service using Command Central Vault that operates on variegated devices to transfer CAD incident data to other RMS systems #NAJIS2019 #technologyshowcase

Gary Egner with Equivant presenting on the IJIS Broker, using middle-ware to exchange data utilizing Court Component Mod...
10/02/2019

Gary Egner with Equivant presenting on the IJIS Broker, using middle-ware to exchange data utilizing Court Component Model Standards (CCM) #NAJIS2019 #technologyshowcase

Software AG Government Solutions presenting at the #NAJIS2019 Technology Showcase.  Software AG consolidates agencies, t...
10/02/2019

Software AG Government Solutions presenting at the #NAJIS2019 Technology Showcase. Software AG consolidates agencies, touchpoints, hundreds of processes to facilitate high volume data exchanges resulting in higher efficiencies for information sharing.

Aliese Alter, ODMAP Program Manager, Washington/Baltimore HIDTA presenting on ODMAP (Overdose Detection Mapping Applicat...
10/02/2019

Aliese Alter, ODMAP Program Manager, Washington/Baltimore HIDTA presenting on ODMAP (Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program) #NAJIS2019 #PublicSafety #CombattingOpiods #InfoSharing #PublicHealth #LawEnforcement

#NAJIS2019 Pres. Deb Allen, and Criminal Justice Information Services Division of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, App...
10/01/2019

#NAJIS2019 Pres. Deb Allen, and Criminal Justice Information Services Division of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Application Development Section Assistant Director, Steven White, co-presenting on the application of CMMI Data Management Model to facilitate CJCC in St. Louis

Innovation Strategist, Paul Wormeli, presenting on the CMMI Data Mgt Model and how this process improves data governance...
10/01/2019

Innovation Strategist, Paul Wormeli, presenting on the CMMI Data Mgt Model and how this process improves data governance, data quality, and addressing platform and architectures. #NAJIS2019

NAJIS Board@NA4JIS·3mRefreshing to hear about the success stories, challenges, lessons learned, and how agencies learned...
10/01/2019

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Refreshing to hear about the success stories, challenges, lessons learned, and how agencies learned to overcome barriers to information sharing at the #NAJIS2019 round-table. #Networking #Justice #PractionerDriven #Learningfromeachother

10/01/2019

Great opening keynote by Quinn Kareem Rallins! Join us at 9:30am for the #NAJIS2019 round-table discussion, where government practitioners will discuss information sharing initiatives and projects happening in their home districts. #lessonslearned #bestpractices #forgingjustice

Keynote General Session Guest, Quinn Kareem Rallins, presenting on present prison conditions and strategies to improve j...
10/01/2019

Keynote General Session Guest, Quinn Kareem Rallins, presenting on present prison conditions and strategies to improve justice by shaping policies and programs that promote equity and opportunity #NAJIS2019

Facilitating new connections at the NAJIS 2019!  Thanks to Software AG for sponsoring the outing. #najis2019
09/30/2019

Facilitating new connections at the NAJIS 2019! Thanks to Software AG for sponsoring the outing. #najis2019

‪Interested in learning more about criminal justice information sharing?  Check out the NAJIS conference 9/30 - 10/3 (Ba...
09/12/2019

‪Interested in learning more about criminal justice information sharing? Check out the NAJIS conference 9/30 - 10/3 (Baltimore, MD). The conference day rate is now free!!! Register at www.NAJIS.org.‬

Is your agency submitting criminal offense data in NIBRS format?  If not, you have less than two years to prepare for th...
08/26/2019

Is your agency submitting criminal offense data in NIBRS format? If not, you have less than two years to prepare for the FBI deadline of 2021 to become NIBRS compliant.

If your organization is still processing UCR based criminal offense reports, you need to consider attending the 37th annual National Association for Justice Information Systems Conference in Baltimore, September 30th thru October 3rd, hosted at the Hilton, Baltimore - Inner Harbor.

On January 1, 2021, the FBI will retire the SRS and will collect crime statistics solely through NIBRS, which can help urban agencies foster accountability and transparency and plan for challenges like youth exposure to crime and business crime.

Implemented to improve the overall quality of crime data collected by law enforcement, NIBRS creates the vectors to capture details on single crime incidents, as well as on separate offenses within the same incident. This information includes details on victims, known offenders, relationships between victims and offenders, arrestees, and property involved in crimes.

Unlike data reported through the older standard, UCR, NIBRS goes much deeper because of its ability to provide circumstances and context for crimes like location, time of day, and whether the incidents were cleared.

As recommended by professional law enforcement organizations, the FBI has made nationwide implementation of NIBRS a top priority because NIBRS can provide more useful statistics to promote constructive discussion, measured planning, and informed policing, which leads to greater Justice for the community and society.

The FBI has received thousands of commitments from law enforcement across the nation to be NIBRS-compliant by 2021. Is you agency committed?

If your organization is still processing UCR based criminal offense reports, you need to look at attending the 37th annual National Association for Justice Information Systems Conference in Baltimore, September 30th thru October 3rd, hosted at the Hilton, Baltimore - Inner Harbor.

Hotel Reservations must be made by August 30th!

Book Your Room Now and Get Registered for the Conference!

To book your room at the discounted NAJIS rate visit:

https://book.passkey.com/go/72b50c78

To Register for the Conference visit:

https://najis.org

Have you signed up for the 37th National Association for Justice Information Sharing conference? Don’t miss the opportun...
07/31/2019

Have you signed up for the 37th National Association for Justice Information Sharing conference?

Don’t miss the opportunity to join the conference by practitioners for practitioners: https://najis.org/

07/11/2019
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Check out the agenda for the 2019 NAJIS Conference!

We hope to see everyone in Baltimore!

https://najis.org/agenda/2019_NAJIS_DRAFT_WEB_AGENDA_0710.pdf

Join us in Baltimore - Registration is open for the 37th annual NAJIS conference in Baltimore, MD 9/30 - 10/3.  Visit na...
07/02/2019
National Association for Justice Information Systems

Join us in Baltimore - Registration is open for the 37th annual NAJIS conference in Baltimore, MD 9/30 - 10/3. Visit
najis.org to register! #NAJIS2019

NAJIS National Association for Justice Information Systems

Hope to see you in Baltimore!!!Registration is open for the 37th annual NAJIS conference in Baltimore, MD 9/30 - 10/3.  ...
06/10/2019

Hope to see you in Baltimore!!!

Registration is open for the 37th annual NAJIS conference in Baltimore, MD 9/30 - 10/3. Visit
najis.org to register! #NAJIS2019

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06/05/2019

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NAJIS is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for any professional, government practitioner that would like to se...
11/19/2018

NAJIS is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for any professional, government practitioner that would like to serve on the board of directors! We are looking to fill multiple positions by January. NAJIS directors represent multiple disciplines, spanning all sectors of government: Federal, State and Local. IT and Administrative Staff representing justice disciplines from Law Enforcement, Courts, Prosecutors, and Corrections, et al are encouraged to apply!

Bring your talents to the board and find unique, networking opportunities to expand information sharing. For more information about what it means to be a board member visit:

https://najis.org/Documents/Board/NAJIS_Board_of_Directors_Job_Description_v11.9.16.pdf

To apply, please download, fill out and submit the application available at https://najis.org/jobs.

Once submitted, we will carefully review and make a selection by January 15, 2019.

If you are not already registered, now is the time to register now for our 2018 NAJIS Conference!!  We extended the Eary...
09/05/2018
National Association for Justice Information Systems

If you are not already registered, now is the time to register now for our 2018 NAJIS Conference!! We extended the Eary Bird Registration rate until September 9th. So head on over to www.najis.org and get registered, you don't want to miss this exciting conference!!

SESSIONS INCLUDE:
- Transition to NIBRS/ Implication of NIBRS on Policy

- Success Stories from Criminal Justice Coordinating Councils – A Case Study of Local Information
Sharing

- Blockchain—You've Heard the Term, Now Learn the Impact

- Pre-trial Services: The Missing Information

And much more ...

NAJIS National Association for Justice Information Systems

Registration Early Bird Discount Expires This Week!Also, the hotel rate of  $189.00/Night is only guaranteed through 9/9...
09/05/2018

Registration Early Bird Discount Expires This Week!

Also, the hotel rate of $189.00/Night is only guaranteed through 9/9!

MAKE YOUR HOTEL RESERVATION ONLINE AT NAJIS.ORG WITH THE DISCOUNTED NAJIS RATE OF $189.00/Night If Making Your Reservation By Phone, Mention Group Code "NAJIS" When Booking.

#NAJIS2018

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FOR THE 2018 NAJIS CONFERENCE IN BOULDER CLOSES WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15!We are so excited to be hos...
08/14/2018

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FOR THE 2018 NAJIS CONFERENCE IN BOULDER CLOSES WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15!

We are so excited to be hosting the 2018 Annual National Association for Justice Information Systems (NAJIS) Conference in Boulder, Colorado at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Boulder!

This year's event will feature an exciting schedule that includes our signature, "NAJIS Roundtable: Justice Information Technology Projects – Challenges and Successes", informational sessions for technical and non-technical attendees, expert practitioners, and engaging evening entertainment including our signature Wednesday night networking event at the Avery Brewery Company.

A SAMPLING OF SESSIONS

+ Improving our Criminal History Data
+ Storing and Managing Digital Evidence Across Criminal
Justice Partners
+ Improving School Safety through Information Sharing
+ Identifying Online Predators
+ Machine Learning and Its Application in the Public Safety
Domain
+ Tools for Facilitating and Measuring Fidelity to
Implementation
And much more ...

REGISTER NOW TO GET THE EARLY BIRD RATE OF $595.00 FOR GOV'T AND NON-PROFITS

TO REGISTER VISIT WWW.NAJIS.ORG

Are you interested in offering a presentation at the 36th annual NAJIS conference in Boulder, CO, Oct 8-11, 2018?  If so...
04/04/2018

Are you interested in offering a presentation at the 36th annual NAJIS conference in Boulder, CO, Oct 8-11, 2018? If so we want to hear from you! Presentations can be submitted here: http://bit.ly/2GTQCvu #NAJIS2018

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720 7th St NW
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BOARD MEMBERS: Debbie Allen, President (MO) David Elwood, Vice President (DE) Alfie Marie Ford, Secretary (PA) Thomas Welch, Immediate Past President (OH) John Goergen, Treasurer (MI) Tammy Woodhams, Director (NCJA) Joe Schueller, Director (MI) Robert Greeves, Director (Washington D.C.) Becky Goggins, Director (CA) Gloria Kanu, Director (CA) Mannone Butler, Director (Washington D.C.) Yokarina Duarte, Director (NY) Lavonda Fowler, Director (NC) Holly Matthews, Director (OH)

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The mission of the National Association for Justice Information Systems (NAJIS) is to provide educational opportunities and resources to local and state level justice information sharing practitioners and system users to improve justice and public safety in the United States. The goals of NAJIS are to promote the diffusion of knowledge and continuing education by:

· maintaining forums to exchange ideas and lessons-learned among a peer network of local, state and tribal justice practitioners;

· hosting an annual conference that facilitates networking and educational opportunities to exchange ideas and share case studies and knowledge regarding research, trends, best practices, national standards, emerging technologies and lessons learned; and

· publishing and disseminating presentations and other instructional materials generated through its educational activities to justice practitioners and the public.

NAJIS is an organization focused on providing current and timely information regarding the acquisition, operation, policy and management of local, state, tribal and federal criminal justice information systems.

NAJIS began in 1981 and is focused on the promotion of integrated justice information sharing and leveraging new technologies. Since its inception, NAJIS has hosted 34 annual educational conferences within jurisdictions across the United States. The conferences serve as a forum where justice practitioners can learn about state of the art technologies that impact the justice domain and related topics affecting the adoption and use of technology to improve justice system operations

Justice system practitioners, including but not limited to, prosecutors, judicial officers, law enforcement, probation and parole staff, corrections staff along with allied agencies who design, improve, implement or supervise automated information systems benefit from participating in NAJIS convening and activities. Individuals who are investigating, evaluating and/ or purchasing automated systems (i.e. hardware and software) for criminal justice purposes are encouraged to participate in NAJIS activities.

NAJIS presentations and general information may be found at www.najis.org.

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