JMIS

CPRD has a long standing relationship with the Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission (IJJC) and the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) to manage and host the Illinois Juvenile Monitoring Information System (JMIS). JMIS is a statewide secure juvenile detention data system (implemented statewide in June 2004 and rewritten in July 2016). JMIS data are used to analyze detention trends, issues and compliance. JMIS monitors and tracks juveniles as they enter, stay and exit Illinois’ sixteen juvenile detention centers. CPRD provides JMIS system development and support, data and policy analysis of youth in juvenile detention, and assists detention centers and state policy staff to better understand and interpret the data. CPRD also provides training and technical assistance to all Illinois Detention Centers, the IJJC and local Juvenile Justice Councils who are working to understand and reduce youth entry and reentry into the system. CPRD and the IJJC work with other key juvenile justice stakeholders that include judges, state’s attorney, detention and probation staff, the AOIC, advocates and other interested parties.

JMIS