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.