An integrated justice information system , or IJIS or Integrated Justice Information Sharing .
Integrated Justice Information  . Integration also includes sharing information with traditionally non-justice agencies (for example other governmental agencies, health and human services organizations, treatment services providers, schools and educational institutions, licensing authorities, etc.) More varied access to an expanding array of government information and services. Moreover, this information sharing and access extends across agencies and branches of government at the local level (that is, horizontal integration ), as well as other interested party in local,
Building integrated justice information systems does not mean that all information between agencies is shared, without regard to the event, the agencies involved or the sensitivity of the information available. Rather, agencies need to share critical information at key decision points throughout the justice process. There is explicit recognition That this sharing of information can be Accomplished by’any of a variety of technical solutions, gold combination of technical solutions, Including data warehouses , architecture, service-oriented (SOA), consolidated information systems, middleware, applications, standards-based Data sharing, etc. Integrated justice does not presume any particular technological solution or architectural model.
- Criminal Justice Information Services , Scotland
- Criminal Justice Information Services Division , United States