CriMNet is a state-level program that works with state and local agencies to make accurate and comprehensive criminal justice information available to criminal justice professionals in law enforcement, the courts and corrections.
CriMNet exists to:
- Accurately identify individuals
- Make sure that criminal justice records are complete, accurate and readily available
- Ensure the availability of an individual's current status in the criminal justice system
- Provide standards for data sharing and analysis
- Maintain the security of information
- Accomplish our tasks in an efficient and effective manner
CriMNet develops statewide standards for data, technology and business practices as well as methods for agencies to access and understand those standards. Read Path to Integration
to learn about CriMNet's history and accomplishments to date.
CriMNet is a united effort between the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government. It is governed by the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Information Policy Group and Task Force, is part of the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, and operates under the authority of Minnesota Statute 299C.65 .