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National Justice Information Sharing Survey

In Spring 2011, NAJIS conducted the National Justice Information Sharing Survey.  This high quality, informative survey was conceived and developed in 2010 with the help of the Integrated Justice Information Sharing (IJIS) Institute. The survey was distributed and responses were collected from February to July 2011. The responses were analyzed with the assistance of SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics.

The results have been compiled, and the report is now available.  To view the full report:


The purpose of the survey was to comprehensively assess the level of information sharing occurring within the criminal justice and public safety communities.

The survey asked respondents to identify what data they share (based on 38 predefined types of information), who they share it with (based on 11 predefined partners), and how is it shared—what technologies are used to share data. Respondents were then asked to identify the types of information systems they had access to, and concluded with several questions about challenges faced, additional information sharing needs, and the use of national standards and resources.

We hope that you will find this information valuable in it's assessment of technical and operational information sharing capabilities within justice organizations across the United States.  This survey will serve as a blue print for future generations to gauge focal points to achieve higher standards of information integration within state and local justice agencies.

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