Overview Edit

The Minnesota Integrated Criminal Justice Information System (CriMNet) is

an enterprise architecture that puts in place a statewide framework of people, processes, data, standards, and technology focused on providing accurate and comprehensive data to the criminal justice community in the State of Minnesota. The CriMNet integration effort is not one single project, but incorporates many projects that are being developed by criminal justice organizations throughout Minnesota. The integration architecture is driven by local operational needs and uses standards that will support the exchange of data across existing and developing systems.[1]

References Edit

  1. Justice Information Sharing Initiatives: A White Paper Prepared for the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee of United States Attorneys by the Office of Justice Programs 13 (Oct. 2004) (full-text).