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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
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The '''[http://www.arjis.org/ Automated Regional Justice Information System]''' ('''ARJIS''') was created as a joint powers agency (JPA) to [[share information]] among justice agencies throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties, California. ARJIS has evolved into a complex [[criminal justice]] [[enterprise network]] used by 71 local, state, and federal agencies in the two California counties that border Mexico. The secure ARJISnet [[intranet]] [[integrate]]s more than 6,000 [[workstation]]s throughout the 4,265 square miles of San Diego County. There are more than 11,000 [[authorized user]]s generating more than 35,000 [[transaction]]s daily.
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The '''[http://www.arjis.org/ Automated Regional Justice Information System]''' ('''ARJIS''') was created as a joint powers agency (JPA) to share information among justice agencies throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties, California. ARJIS has evolved into a complex criminal justice [[enterprise network]] used by 71 local, state, and federal agencies in the two California counties that border Mexico. The secure ARJISnet [[intranet]] [[integrate]]s more than 6,000 workstations throughout the 4,265 square miles of San Diego County. There are more than 11,000 [[authorized user]]s generating more than 35,000 transactions daily.
   
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ARJIS is used for tactical analysis, investigations, [[statistical information]], and crime analysis. The ARJIS governance structure promotes [[data sharing]] and cooperation at all levels for member agencies, from chiefs to officers to technical staff. ARJIS is now a division of SANDAG (San Diego Association of Governments).
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ARJIS is used for tactical analysis, investigations, statistical information, and crime analysis. The ARJIS governance structure promotes [[data sharing]] and cooperation at all levels for member agencies, from chiefs to officers to technical staff. ARJIS is now a division of SANDAG (San Diego Association of Governments).
   
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ARJIS is responsible for major [[public safety]] initiatives, including [[wireless access]] to [[photo]]s, [[warrant]]s, and other critical [[data]] in the field, crime and sex offender mapping, crime analysis tools evaluation, and an [[enterprise system]] of [[application]]s that help [[user]]s solve crimes and identify offenders. ARJIS also serves as the region's [[information]] hub for officer notification, [[information sharing]], and the [[data exchange|exchange]], [[validation]], and [[real-time]] [[upload]]ing of many types of [[public safety]] [[data]].
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ARJIS is responsible for major public safety initiatives, including [[wireless]] access to [[photo]]s, [[warrant]]s, and other critical [[data]] in the field, crime and sex offender mapping, crime analysis tools evaluation, and an [[enterprise system]] of [[application]]s that help [[user]]s solve crimes and identify offenders. ARJIS also serves as the region's [[information]] hub for officer notification, [[information sharing]], and the exchange, [[validation]], and [[real-time]] [[upload]]ing of many types of public safety data.
 
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