Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Automated Data Services
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CJLEADS (Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Automated Data Services) is a database of comprehensive information about criminals that can be accessed via the web in seconds. CJLEADS integrates data found within the state’s various databases – including warrants, jail records, court records, prison records, probation and parole status, sex offender registration, DMV, Wildlife and Concealed Handgun Permits – and provides up-to-date information about offenders in a centralized location via a secure connection for use by state and local government criminal justice professionals.
The CJLEADS program is a joint effort, managed by the North Carolina Department of Information Technology, with participation from various State agencies and SAS Institute, Inc. This collaborative team has partnered with local subject matter experts to understand industry best practices in criminal justice information sharing and to further the efforts of the project. As a result, CJLEADS was created to replace the manual and labor-intensive process of looking up historical criminal data from multiple systems and places, thus reducing the risk of overlooking critical data and improves the information needs of law enforcement agencies.
CJLEADS has two primary objectives: to provide a comprehensive view of an offender through a single application, allowing for positive identification of an offender through a photographic image; and to provide an “offender watch” capability to alert criminal justice professionals when an offender has a change in status. CJLEADS helps officers on the street know immediately what the offender looks like, if they need to approach the suspect with caution, and if there are orders for arrest or warrants out on the suspect. CJLEADS also lets judges and other court officials instantly know if the defendant sitting in court already has a lengthy criminal history.
CJLEADS Release 14
All related documentation for this release is in the process of being updated and will be available soon to end users. An email will be sent once the update is complete.
Release 14 Highlights include:
User Interface Enhancements
User Feedback Survey Results
Your survey results contained overwhelming praise for the CJLEADS application and the benefits it has provided to the criminal justice community. We were pleased to have all of your responses and will endeavor to address any concerns that were shared as well. Click here to see more information about your responses.
CJLEADS Mobile information
A mobile version of CJLEADS has been developed to allow access through mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets. Much like the desktop version of the application, users can access offender information, DMV, SOR, Wildlife and CHP data along with both offender and DMV images. Your current NCID user ID and password will be used to access the mobile site and upon initial login users will be prompted to read and accept the terms and conditions of use of the mobile version.
Authorized users can access the mobile site by simply going to cjleads.nc.gov/mobile from your mobile device. Flash Player is not required to access this web page.
To see a demo of the CJLEADS Mobile site, click here.
CJLEADS has users in all 100 counties across the state. Training continues and is moving along ahead of schedule!
Use the button below to see how your agency can get access to CJLEADS.
We want to know how CJLEADS has helped you do your job and find out if there are ways we can improve CJLEADS to better assist you in the future. Please provide your success stories and/or suggestions by clicking on the "Successes and Suggestions" button below.
Read below to see how CJLEADS is helping criminal justice professionals:
Yadkinville Police Department comments on productivity:
Cabarrus County detective used the new public watch list feature:
Raleigh Police Department used CJLEADS Mobile to shut down a drug lab:
Local and federal law enforcement collaborate using the public watch list feature:
Franklinton Police Department officer assesses CJLEADS value to the criminal justice community:
Moore County Sheriff’s Deputy summarizes his use of CJLEADS:
Eden Police Department Detective cites the usefulness of the watch list feature:
Raleigh Police Officer says the Partial Plates Report was helpful:
Wildlife Officer uses CJLEADS Mobile to help find a felonious offender:
Statewide collaboration (NC State Highway Patrol, Sheriff's Department, City Police Departments) using the public watch list:
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