Improving the Administration of Justice in Tribal Communities Through Information Sharing and Resource Sharing
, (NCJ 233225), Bureau of Justice Assistance, December 2010. This bulletin will discuss challenges identified by three jurisdictional teams of justice personnel (tribal, state and federal) in establishing mechanisms for information and resource sharing. This bulletin will also attempt to identify successful collaborative strategies and determine additional ways in which more effective working partnerships can be encouraged and developed as a means to offer needed services to tribal offenders and to help local, state and federal pretrial, probation and parole officers perform their duties more effectively and efficiently.
Information Sharing in Criminal Justice-Mental Health Collaborations: Working with HIPAA and Other Privacy Laws
, (NCJ 232102), Bureau of Justice Assistance, 2010. This guide addresses barriers to cross-systems information sharing while complying with legal privacy mandates. It describes how HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2 (privacy regulations related to substance use treatment) may affect exchanges among behavioral health care, law enforcement, courts, jail and prison, and probation and parole professionals. It reviews the circumstances under which protected health information can be released and received, and offers answers to scenario-based frequently asked questions.
RISS National Gang Program: Combating Gang Activity Through Secure Communications and Information Sharing
, (NCJ 234214), Bureau of Justice Assistance and the Institute for Intergovernmental Research, 2011. This brochure discusses the RISS National Gang Program.
Building Exchange Content Using the Global Justice XML Data Model: A User Guide for Practitioners and Developers
, (NCJ 233416), Bureau of Justice Assistance, 2005. This User Guide provides information about
Global Justice XML Data Model tools, resources, partners, terminology, and documentation.
Mission Possible: Strong Governance Structures for the Integration of Justice Information Systems
, (NCJ 192278), Bureau of Justice Assistance, 2002. This report presents the methodology and findings from a study of the type, quality, and capability of existing justice information integration and governance structure models.
Report of the National Task Force on Court Automation and Integration
, (NCJ 177601), Bureau of Justice Assistance, 1999. This project is designed to develop coordinated automation and integration of court systems throughout the United States and to assess the current status of county and statewide information systems to direct future integration efforts.
Keynote Presentations: 1999 Symposium on Integrated Justice Information Systems
, (NCJ 178231), Bureau of Justice Assistance, 1999. This report contains the keynote and plenary presentations delivered at the 1999 Symposium on Integrated Justice Information
Systems, which was designed to provide practical resources to agency executives, managers, and technologists in State and local justice agencies who are considering or are in the midst of
implementing integrated justice information systems.
Bureau of Justice Assistance Evaluation Web Site; The First Year: An Annual Report
, (NCJ 181250), Bureau of Justice Assistance, 1999. The Bureau of Justice Assistance's (BJA's) Evaluation Web Site is committed to building State and local evaluation capacity; the BJA will continue to develop the Evaluation Web Site to meet the needs of criminal justice planners and practitioners well into the 21st century.
System Integration: Issues Surrounding Integration of County-Level Justice Information Systems
, (NCJ 156841), Bureau of Justice Assistance, 1996. This report discusses issues associated with the development of integrated computer systems to serve more efficiently and effectively the information needs of all participants in the justice system at the county level.
Strategies for Procurement Innovation and Reform
, This document is intended to provide guidance to state, local, and Federal officials for use when assessing how to address the procurement problems that are ubiquitous across the nationwide procurement space.