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December 2016

North East Minnesota Enforcement Safety Information System


NEMESIS Webpage

CJS Help Desk:
1-877-932-6466
support@courtviewjusticesolutions.com

St. Louis County IT Help Desk:
218-726-2646
ITServiceDesk@stlouiscountymn.gov

NEMESIS Support:
Angie VanDeHey
218-471-7172
VanDeHeyA@stlouiscountymn.gov

 

POST Count Letters

If your agency has not already done so, please return your POST Count Letters to Cynthia Amitrano no later than January 31st, 2017. A huge thank you to those agencies who have already responded.

Web Shield Status Update

The project team met with CJS on November 23rd and December 7th to discuss the progress of the project. The following windows are complete:
  • Patrol Log
  • Patrol Log Search
  • Time/Expense
  • Referral Search
  • ICR Referral Status
  • Property Merge
  • Crime Analysis
  • Civil
  • Any remaining Code Maintenance Windows
  • Intel File
  • Intel File Entry
  • Intel File Search
  • Intel Administrator
  • Ad Hoc LaunchPad
  • Ad Hoc Saved Reports
  • Incident Report
In Web Shield, the number of clicks it takes to create a narrative is greatly reduced. Also, the term Ad Hoc has been changed to Custom Reports. The team and CJS are scheduled to meet next on December 21st. Web Shield is slated to be ready for user acceptance testing within a few weeks.

Queries for Minnesota Judicial Branch

You may remember that in a previous edition of the newsletter, we told you that law enforcement agencies should stop conducting queries of state and federal repositories on behalf of the Minnesota Judicial Branch. The Courts have since submitted a plan to the BCA to meet security requirements, and the BCA is satisfied that the plan by the Courts is sufficient to reestablish access to data retrieved through BCA and FBI repositories. What does this mean for you? Effective immediately, law enforcement agencies in Minnesota may once again query state and federal repositories on behalf of the Minnesota Judicial Branch.

Tips & Tricks

When referring juvenile cases and citations to your county attorney, remember to use the RFJ (Referring Juvenile) code.
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