As part of the adult system implementation, CIBER is utilizing its Integrated Justice Exchange (IJEX) solution to create interfaces with the Oregon Justice Information Network (OJIN), a criminal computer database, to coordinate ongoing court events.
What does JIN stand for?
JIN stands for Justice Information Network
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 13 other meanings of JIN in our Acronym Attic
- Japan International Machine Tool Fair (trade show)
- Joint Insolvency Monitoring Unit
- International Journal of Infrared and Millimeter Waves
- Jawahar Institute of Mountaineering and Winter Sports (India)
- Japan Institute of Navigation (Tokyo, Japan)
- Japanese Imperial Navy (WW II and prior)
- Joint IED Neutralizer (Ionatron, Inc.)
- Joint Implementation Network (climate change; Netherlands)
- Journal of Integrative Neuroscience (World Scientific Publishing Co.)
- JSC Interface Network
- Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics (various schools)
- Journées Internationales de Nice sur les Antennes (IEEE AP-S)
- Journal of Inorganic Nuclear Chemistry
- Jobs in Nigeria Exhibition
- International Nuclear Energy Development of Japan Co., Ltd. (consortium)
- Journal of Islamic and Near Eastern Law (University of California Los Angeles)
- Jewish, Islamic and Near Eastern Studies
- Japan Institute for National Fundamentals (think tank)
- [not an acronym] a Java network technology of Sun Micro Systems
- Java Intelligent Network Infrastructure
Samples in periodicals archive:
Crime and Justice Information Network (UNCJIN), a substantial database with links to other criminal justice-related sites.
Moreover, as the FBI's Criminal Justice Information Services Division joins the current movement to more efficiently use and share data, officials are focusing on the UCR Program's potential to enhance the Nation's criminal justice information network.
The growth has been fueled by new customer wins with Fusion Centers in Michigan, Tennessee, and Maryland, as well as data sharing solutions with the Roanoke Area Criminal Justice Information Network and the Mountain Empire Criminal Justice Information Network.
The Criminal Justice Information Network (CJIN) is submitting the final details of a project that implements such a system to the newly appointed director of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge, on October 8th, the day he takes office.
Established in 1972 by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), NCJRS is the largest criminal justice information network in the world.
the leading worldwide provider of intelligence management, data integration, search and analysis solutions, today announced a new agreement with the Mountain Empire Criminal Justice Information Network (MECJIN) in Virginia.
The Criminal Justice Information Network is submitting the final details of a project that implements such a system to the newly appointed director of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge, on October 8th, the day he takes office.