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Acting as Ohio's collection point for incident-based information, OCJS is leading the way in justice system technology as it provides software, training and technical assistance to law enforcement on a wide range of justice technology issues.
The Ohio Criminal Justice Information System Governing Board was formed to provide leadership and oversight for all activities related to the integration of criminal justice information technology systems.
Ohio's version of the National Incident-Based Reporting System, the Ohio Incident-Based Reporting System (OIBRS) helps law enforcement plan and address crime in their jurisdictions through a fully automated voluntary crime reporting program. OIBRS makes it even easier for agencies to submit information, query results and manage records.
To find out if a specific Ohio law enforcement agency is reporting OIBRS crime data or Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) summary data, please contact Jim Luebbers at (614) 644-6797 or email@example.com.
The Law Enforcement Officer's Toolkit (LEOT) is a software solution for Ohio law enforcement agencies in need of a records management system.