As a network of state and local justice information sharing practitioners, JISP members are interested in best practices, standards, and resources for solving the issues of information sharing within criminal and juvenile justice at local, state, and national levels.
As a member of JISPnet, you will have access to:
- Forums: The purpose of the JISPnet Forums is for state and local justice "integrators" to share thoughts, ideas, and resources on the subject of justice information sharing. Further, the JISPnet Forums is the real-time communication device for the development community in ICJIS, where the core membership can leverage concepts, ideas, deliverables, and other useful information on a day-to-day basis.
- Policies and Standards: JISPnet has raised the importance of state and local justice integrators participating in many levels of policy and standards bodies through the US Justice system. The voice of the local "practitioner" must be heard in these forums, and the emerging implications of national or federal standards and policies articulated and vetted by our community. JISPnet members are kept apprised and sought for feedback and input into the important issues.
- National and Regional Conferences: JISPnet members and board directors are actively involved in the many aspects of the criminal justice community. Information about upcoming events, participation, and interaction is available through the JISPnet website. JISPnet attempts to have member representation present at all major criminal justice forums and committees, and will seek input and feedback into these forums through its membership. Join, participate, and be heard!
- Members-Only Web Site: Much of the web content at this site is in the Members Only pages. Reports, articles, files, archives, membership directories and calendars, web discussion forums, and more are all available through this site to approved JISPnet members.
Become part of the Justice Information Sharing Practitioners Network today! We look forward to welcoming you.