CLARIS is a web-based data collection system for reporting and analysis of lab seizure data used mainly by law enforcement agencies in Illinois. With CLARIS, remote users access a centralized database at the Authority using a Web-browser.
eGMIS is used to administer and track grants and other procurement actions. eGMIS acts as a planning tool and as a data management tool. eGMIS keeps track of grant-specific information such as: Fiscal information, Data collected from grantees reports detailing program activities/effectiveness, Grantee contact information, and Grant/grantee tasks and due dates. The data in eGMIS provides accurate reports detailing grant, grantee and, monitor activities and information.
InfoNetis a web-based data collection system used by victim service providers in Illinois. The development and implementation of the system was a collaborative effort between the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) and the Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV).
IIJIS was created in 2003 by Executive Order No. 16, the Illinois Integrated Justice Information System (IIJIS) Implementation Board is an intergovernmental effort dedicated to improving the administration of justice in Illinois by facilitating the electronic sharing of justice information throughout the state. It is a collaborative effort charged with enhancing public safety by making complete, accurate, and timely offender-based information available to all justice decision makers.
MARS is a web-based data collection and reporting system used by the Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Council. This system allows the Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Council to track the progress of motor vehicle Theft prevention Task force throughout the state which is funded by grants administered by the MVTPC in making arrests, recovering stolen vehicles, and preventing motor vehicle theft and insurance fraud.