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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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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.