OPM: CJRI Projects

Connecticut Criminal Justice Data Improvement Programs

Criminal Justice Records Improvement (CJRI) Program
 

{TOP of page} Current Projects

Recent CJRI projects (by agency, program title, and program award amount) are as follows:

Public Defender -- Expansion of Information Systems Automation, $69,590. To automate the public defender court locations. This is being done in concert with the Judicial Information System (JIS) information systems upgrade of court locations; the Public Defender offices receive telecommunications support through the JIS.

Board of Parole -- Automated Case Notes, $149,995. To establish, with the Office of Adult Probation, a joint case notes systems to automate the data and information management on parolees or persons on probation, which can be shared as offenders are transferred between agencies and utilized in case management activities. The Board of Parole was the lead agency for the consultant effort to do the system design, based on an Office of Adult Probation prototype. The Office of Adult Probation will be the lead agency for the system development.

Board of Parole -- Parole Hearing Information Automation, $40,000. To enable, through the purchase of computers, the preparation of parole hearing case files from multiple source documentation in standard formats for use by the Parole Board members.

Department of Public Safety (DPS), Division of State Police -- CJIS Project Support, $100,000. To employ a consultant to assist DPS in the assessment of its internal needs to manage and utilize CJIS data and to interface (provide and receive) CJIS information in an efficient and timely manner.

Office of Policy and Management, Policy Development and Planning Division -- CJIS Technical Support, $78,000. To provide for the part time technical services of a consultant in developing the CJIS OBTS initiative, the liaison to the Capitol Region Mobile Communications Project, and the support of in the implementation and management of specialized criminal justice information system (CJIS) projects, primarily associated with public safety.

Office of Policy and Management, Policy Development and Planning Division -- OBTS Project Management RFP Development, $27,656. To develop the request for proposal for the Offender Based Tracking System (OBTS) project management and system integration.

Judicial Branch, Office of Chief Court Administrator -- Bail Casenotes Interface Design, $39,500. To expand upon the casenotes procedures designed to for the Board of Parole and the Adult Probation function of the Judicial Branch.

Judicial Branch, Office of Chief Court Administrator -- Court Support Services Division Casenotes Strategy, $95,000. With the organization for the Court Support Services Division (CSSD) and its expanded judicial functions and offender supervision responsibility, to further expand the automated casenotes system to more completely track and manage offenders.

Office of Policy and Management, Policy Development and Planning Division -- CJIS Information Systems Support, $124,000. To provide for liaison to the information systems and technology development activities in developing the CJIS OBTS initiative, the liaison to the Capitol Region Mobile Communications Project, and the support of in the implementation and management of specialized criminal justice information system (CJIS) projects, primarily associated the developing Offender Based Tracking System (OBTS).

Department of Information Technology -- Weapons Permitting Interface with Adjudicated Mental Health Commitments, $38,000. In responding to the Brady Act requirements, to establish an information system with data on persons adjudicated as being mentally defective, such that they are not authorized to purchase weapons, and provide for the automated query exchange for the National Instant Check System (NICS) procedures.

Capitol Region Council of Governments -- Mobile Data Modem Supplement, $155,668. To purchase modems to supplement computer accessibility with those provided under funding received through the OBTS prototype. These modems provide for municipal law enforcement functions being carried out by non-municipal law enforcement agencies. In addition, first year operating costs for the units with the supplemental modems are being supported.

Capitol Region Council of Governments -- Mobile Data Computer Supplement, $22,567. To purchase laptop computers to supplement computer accessibility with those provided under funding received through the OBTS prototype. These computers provide for municipal law enforcement functions being carried out by non-municipal law enforcement agencies.





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