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CJLEADS - Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Automated Data Services

CJLEADS (Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Automated Data Services) is a program designed to integrate data found within the state's various criminal justice applications and will provide up-to-date criminal information in a centralized location via a secure connection for use by state and local government criminal justice professionals. Click here to get a better idea of how the CJLEADS system works.

CJLEADS has two primary objectives:

  • To provide a comprehensive overview of an offender through a single application.
  • To provide an "offender watch" capability to alert criminal justice professionals when an offender has a change in status within the criminal justice system.

Given the complexity of criminal justice data and the regulatory, statutory, and contractual challenges to be addressed within the constraints of the pilot timeline, the pilot initially will include data from the Administrative Office of the Courts' systems, including court case records, warrants and orders for arrest; and from the Department of Correction, including incarceration and probation information.

During the course of the program, we will add additional data to include North Carolina information associated with juvenile court records, the sex offender registry, concealed handgun permits, local jail booking information, and North Carolina wildlife license and vessel information.

Analysis and planning for the implementation of criminal justice data from other states and the federal government, available through the Division of Criminal Information message switch, is on-going.

During the next few months, OSC and its partners will conduct a series of tests on CJLEADS to include: validation of the integration of data, system and role-based security, application objectives, business rules, and ease of use. When CJLEADS has met the acceptance test criteria defined by the internal state project team, the pilot will be made available to a select set of Wake County users for testing in normal work situations.

CJLEADS will be another tool for criminal justice professionals to use in making quicker and more effective decisions. Although the information that will be contained in CJLEADS is currently available in many different places, it is not readily available to all criminal justice professionals. The advantage of CJLEADS is that it will bring together in one place criminal justice data from multiple systems to help create a clearer picture of an offender, and will be available to all criminal justice professionals.

Frequently Asked Questions
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Acknowledgements
CJLEADS April Project Memo

Updates

CJLEADS Quarterly Report - July 2012

CJLEADS Quarterly Report - April 2012

CJLEADS Quarterly Report - Jan, 2012

CJLEADS Quarterly Report - Oct, 2011

CJLEADS Quarterly Report - July, 2011

CJLEADS Quarterly Report - April, 2011

CJLEADS Quarterly Report - January 2011

Criminal Justice Pilot Program Quarterly Report - October 2010

BEACON Criminal Justice Pilot Program - July 2010

Criminal Justice Data Integration Pilot Program April 2010 Quarterly Report

Criminal Justice Data Integration Pilot Program Statewide Rollout Plan January 2010 Report

Demo and Survey

Criminal Justice Data Integration Pilot Program January 2010 Quarterly Report

September 2009 CJLEADS Bulletin

Criminal Justice Data Integration Pilot Program October 2009 Quarterly Report

CJLEADS Screenshot Presentation
Updated June 25, 2009

CJLEADS Hosting Recommendation and Funding Requirements Report - August 2009

May 2009 CJLEADS Bulletin

April 2009 CJLEADS Bulletin

Criminal Justice Data Integration Pilot Program July 2009 Quarterly Report

Criminal Justice Data Integration Pilot Program April 2009 Quarterly Report

Criminal Justice Data Integration Pilot Program January 2009 Quarterly Report

Criminal Justice Data Integration Pilot Program October 2008 Quarterly Report

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