North Dakota Criminal Justice Information Sharing (ND-CJIS) 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 North Dakota.
The ND-CJIS integration effort is not a single project. Rather, it is a program that incorporates many projects developed by ITD and criminal justice organizations throughout North Dakota. The integration architecture is driven by local operational needs and uses standards that will support the exchange of data across existing and developing systems.
Improve public safety by providing effective and efficient justice policies, processes, and information systems required to capture and share complete, accurate, and timely information in support of program operations and informed decision making across jurisdictional and organizational boundaries statewide.
North Dakota Century Code (Section 54-59-21) outlines the composition, powers, and duties of the ND-CJIS board.
|Sally Holewa||The chief justice of the supreme court or the chief justice's designee|
|Thomas L. Trenbeath||The attorney general or the attorney general's designee|
|Mike Ressler, Chair||The Chief Information Officer (Interim) of the state|
The director of the department of emergency services or the director's
The director of the department of corrections and rehabilitation or the director's
The superintendent of the state highway patrol or the superintendent's
|Dallas Carlson||The chief of the bureau of criminal investigation|
|Russ Buchholz||The director of the department of transportation or the director's designee|
A representative of a city police department, appointed by the governor from a
list of two or more nominees from the North Dakota chiefs of police association
A representative of a county sheriff's office, appointed by the governor from a
list of two or more nominees from the North Dakota sheriffs and deputies
A state's attorney, appointed by the governor from a list of two or more
nominees from the North Dakota state's attorneys association
|Jerod Tufte||One at-large member appointed by the governor|