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Integrated Juvenile Justice Information System (IJJIS)

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The Web Based Juvenile Offender Information Network (JOIN) for the State of Louisiana consists of several components of a much larger Information System referred to as the Integrated Juvenile Justice Information System (IJJIS). The JOIN Data Exchange Interface may eventually become the foundation for other IJJIS components. The goals of the IJJIS-JOIN project are as follows:

  • To improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the processing of delinquency, traffic, and formal FINS cases by juvenile justice agencies at the local level through automated data sharing and case management.
  • To provide management information for statewide reporting, coordination, strategic planning, benchmarking and evaluation of the juvenile justice system by the Children’s Cabinet, the LCLE, the Supreme Court, and other bodies involved with juvenile justice reform and restructuring.

IJJIS was built to support or facilitate:

  • effective court case management
  • data sharing among juvenile justice and child welfare agencies
  • integration of data and information relating to child protection, delinquency, families in need of service and related children, youth, and family information
  • the availability of summary statistical information on the performance of the juvenile justice and child welfare system

IJJIS is hosted via the Internet by the Louisiana Supreme Court and supports the following collaborative user-community:

ijjis-collab

Download more information on the Integrated Juvenile Justice Information System (IJJIS) (pdf)

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