DOJ’s Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative (Global) supports national policy, practices, and technology solutions to improve information-sharing capacity within the criminal justice community, while also emphasizing the importance of privacy and civil liberty protections.

BJA NTTAC provides TTA resources to help agencies overcome obstacles to sharing information. Improving the information-sharing processes strengthens decisionmaking and enables research and evaluation to identify promising practices with a strong return on investment.

Our Work

  • A BJA NTTAC consultant from Washington College in Maryland helped law enforcement in Camden County, NJ, and the State of New Jersey by providing guidance and solutions for how police and probation can adopt platforms to better facilitate information-sharing between police and probation. Read more about the guidance provided