The job of leaders in the criminal court system is to carry out justice, and accurate information is an essential part of fulfilling that responsibility.

At one time it was revolutionary just to use computer record-keeping systems instead of paper files in criminal justice. Now, the next information technology frontier is making sure the data collected by one criminal justice agency is accurate, comprehensive, and can be used by other criminal justice agencies in formulating public policy.

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