Integrated Criminal Justice Information System (ICJIS) is a Maricopa County department that assists stakeholders to electronically exchange data between their mission critical case management systems and other County, State and Federal partners. ICJIS is recognized at a national level, as well as within Arizona as an innovative leader in criminal justice and law enforcement data exchange and integration.
ICJIS (Integrated Criminal Justice Information System) is to provide automated systems and information technology expertise that promotes efficient sharing of criminal justice information to criminal justice agencies so they can efficiently enhance public safety, improve service to the community, and make quality justice and law enforcement decisions.
ICJIS will be a national leader in providing integration pathways to internal and external Stakeholders.
By July 2018, ICJIS will be able to support 100% of the continuously increasing number of required operation transactions and data exchanges and provide appropriate and necessary monitoring, alerts, notifications, change management and post mortem analysis to ICJIS users existing data exchanges.
By July 2019, ICJIS will replace aging infrastructure in order to retain the ability to provide automated systems and expertise to ensure efficient sharing of information among 100% of its governing stakeholder agencies.
By July 2019, ICJIS will have a fail-over disaster recovery (DR) system in place to ensure that 100% of its mission critical data remains protected. The DR system will also ensure that downtime is minimized in the event of a failure of the system or its components.