Criminal Justice & Social Service Data Sharing
To aid CJCCs in their work collecting, integrating and using data to improve the criminal justice system, this brief questionnaire is designed to help enhance our mutual understanding about data quality and accessibility within and between participating agencies of each criminal justice coordinating council. 

Please complete this survey by Saturday, October 24, 2015.
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DATA TYPES
In a few sentences, please describe the types of data your agency collects

 
DATA FORMATS
How is that data collected?


 
PATH ANALYSIS
We have the ability to track individuals through all parts of the participating criminal justice system


 
PATH ANALYSIS
We can track data on the progress of individuals receiving services from these types of entities


 
DATA STANDARDS
Across partner agencies within the CJCC, data elements are


 
DATA SYSTEMS
In terms of the platforms used by agencies within your CJCC to collect data


 
DATA ANONYMIZATION/SHARING OF PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION
How is data anonymized in your system?


 
OPEN DATA
We post anonymized datasets publicly as downloadable open data


 
QUERYING DATA ACROSS THE SYSTEM
Asking questions or analyzing data across agencies is


 
INTERNAL DATA SCIENCE/ANALYSIS
Our data is analyzed by


 
EXTERNAL DATA SCIENCE/ANALYSIS
We allow accredited researchers to access and analyze our data


 
DATA PRIVACY FOR EXTERNAL DATA SCIENCE/ANALYSIS
To protect against disclosure of personally identifiable information, we


 
DATA/INFORMATION GOVERNANCE
Our CJCC has a steering committee or governance structure in place to address how data is collected


 
BARRIERS TO DATA SHARINGRate the following barriers to data sharing from "not at all challenging" (1) to "most challenging" (10)

 
IT systems that don’t “talk” to each other











 
Data sets too big and unwieldy to manipulate











 
Lack of technical capacity to build and maintain a data sharing system











 
Lack of ability to analyze cross-system data











 
Cost











 
Legal/privacy concerns about sharing data











 
Legal/policy concerns about how to anonymize data











 
Concerns about who can access the data











 
If I could easily analyze the data held by member agencies of the CJCC, I would most like to use it to:

Thank you for completing this survey