Data Quality Framework, Justice Sector Information Strategy
June 2008, Reprint from
Ministry of Justice, New Zealand
The New Zealand Justice Sector Information Strategy (JSIS) provides a framework for improved collaboration to manage and share relevant information between justice sector agencies from a collective perspective. Each agency within the sector requires accurate, relevant, and timely information to manage operations and to develop and review policy. To achieve this, data is shared between the justice sector agencies in accordance with government legislation.
The justice system is an information-rich, integrated, and highly complex environment. Information is shared across a secure virtual network of seven operational systems on a daily basis. Approximately 32 data exchange interfaces facilitate around 14 million transaction and event records annually.