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.

Announcements

Effective January 1, 2021, prices for Local Criminal History Background Checks will increase:
General Public: $10
Non-Profit Agency: $8
Government Agency: $6

In an effort to limit the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and maintain social-distancing guidelines, services will be provided by appointment only until further notice. We are requesting that customers limit the number of guests that they bring with them and everyone is required to wear a face covering. Please call 567-200-6839 or email crimhist@noris.org to schedule an appointment.

The CJCC has posted a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Lucas County Courts purchase of eDiscovery software. Click here to go the web page on BidNet Direct.

FY2021 VAWA Grant Solicitations now available here.


Employment Opportunities

.NET/4GL Programmer - We are seeking a full-time Programmer/Analyst who is seeking to develop their skills and career with us as we expand our software development team. The position will include developing both desktop and web .NET applications for Microsoft-centric networks and supporting our 4GL applications. Experience developing, testing, and maintaining C# web and/or desktop applications is preferred. Preference will be given to those with MVC and Microsoft SQL Server experience and knowledge of consuming/developing web services and writing/utilizing SQL stored procedures. Knowledge of windows scripting language will be given a preference. Continual education is encouraged.
[ Job Description ]

Submit resume with cover letter and references to:

Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
One Government Center, Suite 1720
Toledo, Ohio 43604
geek1720@noris.org


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.