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New Web Site to Support Tribal Information Sharing

New Web Site to Support Tribal Information Sharing

The University of Arkansas’ Criminal Justice Institute (CJI), in partnership with the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), has released a new Web site to better support tribal information sharing and crime reporting. The Tribal Justice Information Sharing System (TJISS) can be found at http://www.tjiss.net/ and serves as a gateway to several resources for tribes. These include technology self-assessments, videos and guidelines on crime reporting (UCR and NIBRS), and a mechanism to request hands-on technical assistance. This site will continue to be updated as new services become available and will serve as a trusted vehicle for coordination of tribal technology enhancement efforts in the criminal justice space.

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