Jjis Access User Agreement

This document describes the process a user must follow to access JJIS and associated systems. Guidelines and procedures for providers` access to the Juvenile Justice Information System (JJIS) and JJIS data. DJJ probation officers and suppliers complete the security and access application form as well as the security contract form and send completed forms to the note manager or delegate. The Juvenile Justice Information System (JJIS) is a nationally integrated electronic information system that has been developed, developed and implemented to support a continuum of services and shared responsibilities among all members of juvenile justice. As part of a cooperation between the Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) and the Oregons Juvenile County departments, JJIS is managed by the State of Oregon through the OYA. JJIS began in the mid-1990s and has evolved and evolved through various improvements and a full range of system-managed tools and services at all levels of the youth justice system. Access to JJIS is granted to the oyA and county youth services in accordance with signed intergovernmental agreements. Other public and private institutions that work with young people who are cared for by the county youth services and the OYA are external partners. JJIS partners support adequate access to JJIS for research projects that support the priorities of the region and the territory as a whole. Each research project is approved individually by the JJIS Steering Committee. Interested parties should request access to JJIS through an appropriate representative of the OYA or the district youth department.

Agreement on data sharing between DCF and DJJ. This agreement includes FSFN access and FSFN guidelines. This page contains the policies and user agreements needed to access VPNs, JJIS and/or FSFNs. The documents are in PDF format. Section 846D-5 H.R.S.: Agency Responsibilities JJIS users are responsible for strictly limited information in their dissemination. Incorrect use of JJIS is prohibited by Chapter 846D, Hawaii Statutes revised. All JJIS users must have unique identifiers. Sharing identifiers or passwords is not allowed and all users are responsible for any improper use of JJIS data. [No. 846D-5] Agency responsibility. Any agency that has access to the information available through the Juvenile Justice Information System must: (1) select and monitor anyone entitled to direct access to the information or terminals or stations through which the information is transmitted; (2) to delegate responsibility to persons authorized to have direct access to the physical security of the juvenile justice data that the Agency has received or may receive in order to protect against unauthorized access, disclosure or dissemination; 3.

Provide safety training to anyone with direct access to juvenile justice information that includes the content and intent of this chapter and the provisions adopted; and (4) Maintain mechanisms to protect terminals or data stations from unauthorized access, theft, sabotage, fire or other natural or human-caused disasters.