Whether you are looking at using evidence-based information sharing to support policy formation or refinement, building efficiencies into criminal justice within your jurisdiction, creating avenues to promote public safety, or looking for best practices, the 2019 National Association for Justice Information Systems (NAJIS) Annual Conference will have something of interest to all disciplines within the criminal justice community.
Who Should Attend
The NAJIS Annual Conference is the only meeting for practitioners by practitioners that draws a cross-section of participants from across the country. Attendees from rural and urban jurisdictions, national associations, large and small budgets and staff – all come together to learn, network, and share emerging trends along with best practices, all aimed to help improve the efficiency of government through information sharing.
Find more details on the NAJIS website.
The mission of the National Association for Justice Information Systems is to provide educational opportunities and resources to local and state-level justice information-sharing practitioners and system users to improve justice and public safety in the United States.