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Justice Information Systems

Most law enforcement and other justice agencies use varying types of technological systems to manage information. These information systems are a means to maintain criminal records, track or map crime and offenses, assist in dispatching and investigations, allocate resources, comprehensively manage cases, and share data and information. 


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OJP Publications

Evaluation of National Institute of Justice-Funded Geospatial Software Tools: Technical and Utility Assessments to Improve Tool Development, Dissemination, and Usage, NIJ-Sponsored, 2014

Contactless Fingerprint Technologies Assessment (Version 2), NIJ-Sponsored, February 2014
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Replication of Known Dental Characteristics in Porcine Skin: Emerging Technologies for the Imaging Specialist, NIJ-Sponsored, January 2014
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Evaluation of Contact versus Contactless Fingerprint Data (Final Report v2), NIJ-Sponsored, January 2014
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UWB Enhanced Time Difference of Arrival System, Final Report, NIJ-Sponsored, 2013

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Where can I find information on the use of Global Information Systems (GIS) by prisons?
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How can biometric technologies be utilized in correctional settings?
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