CJINCriminal Justice Information Network
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The authority requested summary judgment--a hearing based on the facts of a case without a trial--arguing that the data stored on the CJIN was public information, so it could not have violated Barr's rights by accessing it.
The Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Bureau's Training, Audit and Policy Section monitors access to the CJIN and provides training to more than 1,800 users.
Since the CJIN system connects to the FBI's National Criminal Justice System, users of Montana's sys tem must get certified within six months and recertified every two years.