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:
Local Northwest Ohio $10
BCI State of Ohio $37
FBI United States $39
FBI/BCI Federal and State $61

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
Data Analyst - This is a full-time, presently grant funded, position that will support the following projects: Improve information sharing and analysis for NORIS User agencies; Analyze data from multiple sources to inform jail reduction strategies and the reduction of racial and ethnic disparities in the criminal justice system; Provide data sets and/or statistics in support of CJCC initiatives and projects; Publish public data dashboards; Provide data sets for NORIS User agencies on request; and Provide insights from the patterns within a dataset. The Data Analyst is a professional position which may, on occasion, require work hours beyond the regular 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., 40-hour work week.

[ 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


Full-Time Program Officer - The Program Officer is responsible for administrating federal grant programs, coordinating committee meetings and participating on local criminal justice committees. Primary duties include: providing technical assistance to funded programs; program and fiscal monitoring to ensure compliance with federal grant guidelines; data collection and analysis; developing local grant proposals; scheduling meetings and preparing agendas and minutes; and working collaboratively with local elected officials, agencies and interested community members.

[ Job Description ]

Submit resume with cover letter and references to:

Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
One Government Center, Suite 1720
Toledo, Ohio 43604
grants@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.