CJJIS Council Projects

CJNet

Oversees ongoing development of the CJNet, recommend needed policies, plan for growth of the network, recommend priorities on the types of applications it should support and devise strategies for cooperative funding, both through the federal government's grant programs and the legislative appropriations process.

Warrant Data Exchange Interface (eWarrants)

The eWarrants interface was created to address the inconsistencies of the warrant process within and across jurisdictional circuits. eWarrants offers a mechanism to automate the warrant process between agencies, thereby eliminating redundancy and reducing errors in an effort to streamline the warrant approval process for entry into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC). The system is being piloted in some areas of Florida and is expected to be ready for a full deployment the end of 2016.

Computerized Criminal History (CCH) Modernization

The CCH Modernization Project includes the replacement of antiquated equipment and the implementation of new streamlined processes. Document management is the first stage of the modernization, and it features a new online interface that will replace the current use of online forms. The document management portion includes 12 new workflows, including the "Name Change" and "Agency Correction Form" processes.  The "Name Change" and "Agency Correction Form" processes allow local agencies to make changes to records online, and it provides Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) personnel the ability to track and accept the changes electronically. Full implementation of the document management portion of the CCH Modernization is scheduled for the fall of 2016.

Comprehensive Case Information System (CCIS) 3.0

CCIS provides a method to share and report information related to court cases maintained by Florida's Clerks of Court across county and circuit lines, for users in local, state, and federal government agencies and currently includes approximately 134 million cases and 394 million names. The CCIS project, which is scheduled for completion at the end of 2016, provides upgrades to the existing system to include additional data elements and web services integration, increases the system's capacity to support real-time access to data for users, and provides a standard statewide view for data and images, all while adhering to national and statewide standards.