Criminal Justice Agency Services
The BCA's Minnesota Justice Information Services, or MNJIS, facilitates the access to and exchange of information between sources of criminal justice data. MNJIS also provides technology, training and services for Minnesota criminal justice agencies, better enabling their use of criminal justice information to solve crimes, prosecute offenders and protect Minnesotans and all who visit our state. MNJIS works under the direction of the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Information Policy Group and Task Force.
2016 BCA Criminal Justice Information Users Conference
Registration opens May 2 for the 2016 Criminal Justice Information Users Conference. This conference is one-stop shopping for information about the newest integration services, best practices, upcoming technology and more. The conference is open to criminal justice professionals, and includes information helpful to investigators, corrections, patrol personnel, supervision, TACs, county/city attorney, IT staff, public defense and records personnel.
MNJIS also provides many public services, including fingerprinting, questioned identity assistance, identity theft information for victims and law enforcement and a computerized criminal history database (learn more about public criminal history records).
Learn about your right to inspect and copy public information and your rights when the BCA has information about you.