Read the entire article here: https://gcn.com/articles/2018/03/07/ojbc-interoperable-justice-data.aspx
On March 5th OJBC leadership, including representatives from Adams County, Colorado and Pima County, Arizona, presented about Building and Supporting Cross-System Data Sharing at the 2018 NACo Legislative Conference in Washington DC. The session focused on established practices and lessons-learned for cross-agency information sharing, at the County level – with a specific focus on collecting and analyzing Jail, Law Enforcement and Behavioral Health Data.
For more information about this session or the accomplishments of Adams County or Pima County, please contact us!.
Hawaii County—the largest county in the State of Hawaii—encompasses the “Big Island” of Hawaii and has an estimated population of close to 200,000 residents.
Click here to learn how the County’s Office of the Prosecuting Attorney, through the Open Justice Broker Consortium, uses functionality offered by open source software to keep track of felony defendants and safeguard public safety.
It is very common for justice practitioners to require access to information that resides in multiple systems, maintained by different agencies. Consider the scenario where an officer is conducting an investigation and needs details about a specific individual. Read more