CJIS

AcronymDefinition
CJISCriminal Justice Information System
CJISCriminal Justice Information Services Division (FBI)
CJISChina Jianyin Investment Securities (est. 2005)
CJISCultural Journeys in the Information Society
CJISComprehensive Justice Information System (various locations)
CJISCanadian Journal of Information Science (now Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science)
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The unique combination of CJIS compliance, advanced mobility features and multiplatform support gives Columbitech a unique position in the marketplace, says Tobias Englund, vice president of Columbitech.
For several years, the CJIS Division studied the appropriateness and usefulness of these indices and brought the matter before many advisory groups including the UCR Subcommittee of the CJIS APB, the ASUCRP, and a meeting of leading criminologists and sociologists hosted by the BJS.
If no arrest record is reported by CJIS or the FBI (and all other required information has been received), the applicant is approved without delay.
1) Information provided during a program overview by the FBI, CJIS Division located in Clarksburg, W.
Columbitech enables us to deliver information in compliance with the CJIS requirements while improving the availability of the PolicePad and FireTab applications in areas with spotty coverage," says Gary Mueller, vice president of business development at Zco Corporation.
The firm is also in the process of receiving its ITAR and CJIS certifications.
Managing Partner for Public Safety Ventures, Stephen Meer commented, Public safety agencies are in need of software that integrates multiple modern solutions into one, can be used on mobile devices, and is built upon CJIS compliant architecture.
The board learned from Chief Haapakoski that the FBI and CJIS, the federal Criminal Justice Information Serviecs Division, plan to no longer share data with departments running Windows XP computers.
The CPAC is comprised of IJIS Institute member companies, as well as FBI representatives, and defines a role for industry in collaborating with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and state-level agencies to improve, expand, and help implement numerous FBI CJIS Division programs.
In June 2004, the CJIS APB approved discontinuing the use of the Crime Index in the UCR Program and its publications and directed the FBI to publish a violent crime total and a property crime total.
For several years the CJIS Division studied the appropriateness and usefulness of these indices and brought the matter before many advisory groups including the UCR Subcommittee of the CJIS APB, the ASUCRP, and a meeting of leading criminologists and sociologists hosted by the BJS.
Through the use of Advanced Authentication provided by pcProx readers, agencies can now become compliant with the CJIS Security Policy.