Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) is a unit of local government that provides an integrated criminal justice information system, criminal history record checks, and management of federal grant dollars to Lucas County and Northwest Ohio.


Employment Opportunities

Behavioral Health/Criminal Justice (BH/CJ) Coordinator - The CJCC is accepting applications for a BH/CJ Coordinator (full time with benefits). Please see the linked document below for the full job description and requirements. Applications will be accepted through 4/24/17.
Send resumes to: CJCC, One Government Center, Suite 1720, Toledo, OH 43604
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4GL Programmer Position - The Northwest Ohio Regional Information System (NORIS) is seeking to fill a full-time position for a programmer/analyst. This position requires one or more years of experience performing some or all of the following: developing, maintaining, and testing applications in a 4GL, knowledge of Crystal Reports or Tableau Reports, knowledge of Microsoft SQL server and writing stored procedures.
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Grants Management

Our Grants Management staff administers federal grant funds for criminal and juvenile justice programs.


The Northwest Ohio Regional Information System (NORIS) is a technology resource dedicated to information sharing and information integration.


Provides leadership on public policy, alignment and coordination of criminal justice systems and resources to support reentry efforts.

Criminal History

NORIS operates a Criminal History Record Check office to provide criminal history reports to be used for various purposes.

CJCC Board Meeting Dates

Thursday, April 27, 2017
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Thursday, August 24, 2017
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Thursday, December 21, 2017

About Us

Established in 1972, CJCC has served Northwest Ohio for decades, primarily with criminal justice information services.

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Promote and foster cooperation, coordination, and cost-savings between governmental units and agencies, and to improve the criminal justice system through information services, technical assistance, analysis, grant development, research, and by providing regional services requested by the governmental units served.