Developing a Business Case for the Integration of Criminal Justice Information
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Reconnaissance Study: Developing a Business Case for the Integration of Criminal Justice Information [27 Pages]
And Justice for All: Designing Your Business Case for Integrating Justice Information [92 Pages] This document is best viewed with Netscape, or Internet Explorer -- used in conjuction with Acrobat Reader 4.0
This document was designed to help justice professionals build business cases for investments in justice integration efforts. This portable resource contains all the lessons and tools justice officials need to create business cases for integration initiatives. The PDF version has a clickable table of contents, allowing the user to navigate easily through the document.
An Executive Briefing for Leaders of Justice Organizations -- This eight-page document summarizes the guidebook.
- COMING SOON! -- A Web-based version of the Guide. If you would like to receive notification when the interactive Web version becomes available, please send your request to
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Office of Justice Programs, DOJ (OJP)
- Bureau of Justice Assistance, DOJ (BJA)
- This project began with a two-day invitational workshop for criminal justice officials and government policy makers. The workshop, which took place on June 23-24, 1999 in Minneapolis, MN, was designed to solicit input from a selected group of federal, state, and local officials on the goals and requirements of integrated criminal justice systems.
Reconnaissance Study: Developing a Business Case for the Integration of Criminal Justice Information (PDF) and (DOC) - This report is based on interviews conducted by the Center for Technology in Government with participants of nationwide criminal justice information integration initiatives. It reveals keys to success, as well as barriers to overcome in reaching the goal of criminal justice information integration.
Workshop Summary (HTML) and (PDF) - This five page report summarizes the work conducted at the June 1999 workshop. The document recounts the workshop's context and purpose, participants and activities, themes, proposed strategies, and next steps in the project.
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- Improve Public Safety with Integrated Information Systems: Center for Technology in Government Issues Guidebook for US Department of Justice
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