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 email@example.com 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.
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Submit resume with cover letter and references to:
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
One Government Center, Suite 1720
Toledo, Ohio 43604
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.
NORIS operates a Criminal History Records Checks office to provide criminal history reports to be used for various purposes.
Established in 1972, CJCC has served Northwest Ohio for decades, primarily with criminal justice information services.
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.