Mission of the Integrated Criminal Justice Information System is to
provide automated systems, information technology expertise, and information
pathways to justice and law enforcement agencies, and to develop and
implement systems that promote the sharing of criminal justice information
that is timely, secure, reliable, and comprehensive, so that criminal
justice agencies may more efficiently enhance public safety, improve
service to the community, and make quality justice and law enforcement
Goal 1: By July 2010, the ICJIS Agency will provide
and maintain the primary pathways for criminal justice agency data
exchanges, by continuing to develop and implement secure and reliable
web-enabled services, so that all Maricopa County justice and law
enforcement county agencies have the means to share common data,
eliminate redundant data entry, and efficiently manage operations.
2: By July 2010, ICJIS data exchanges and supporting systems
will become the preferred method and source to exchange vital criminal
justice information in a timely, efficient, accurate, and secure
manner among justice and law enforcement agencies external to Maricopa
County (federal, state, and local), so that they can securely maintain
efficient and effective operations.
3: By July 2010, ICJIS Agency data systems will be relied
upon by justice and law enforcement agencies internal and external
to Maricopa County, to provide aggregate statistical information
on criminal justice processes, so that leaders and analysts may access and use vital criminal justice management
information for evidence-based public policy decision making.