the effectiveness and efficiency of New Hampshire’s criminal
justice agencies and the judiciary through the capture of data
at it’s source, to facilitate the distribution of
criminal justice data electronically to authorized sources,
and to provide individual case and statistical queries
In June of 2001, the State of New Hampshire initiated
a formal project to create an automated criminal justice
information system integrating the computer systems and
data of a variety of State, County and Municipal law enforcement
entities. J-ONE is the project acronym and it stands for "Justice - One Network Environment".
The project is managed by the Governor’s Office
of Information Technology (OIT) with guidance from leaders
who were members of a former criminal justice organization
called the Criminal Justice Information Network (CJIS).
OIT moderates J-ONE Steering Committee meetings to accomplish
project goals. The Steering Committee is the governing
body of the project and is well represented by State Legislative,
Executive and Judicial members as well as local law enforcement
Project Objectives and Status
Project deliverables, status reports, project schedules, sponsorship lists, history, and law enforcement interest and participation may be found on this Web site. The site is updated monthly for your review.
Law enforcement entities
interested in participating in the J-ONE information exchange
system may apply by completing an application located
on this Web site.