History

  • An 11-member, command-level Board of Directors

  • 2006-2015 - Assigned Member Agency personnel (clerical, support, and day-to-day oversight). 
  • 2015 – present - A full-time executive director, a part-time bookkeeper, and a Member Agency Administrative Assistant.

  • 2007-2012: US Congress via the diligent efforts of CISC founding agency leaders. 
  • 2012 – Present: Member Agency annual fees.

  • 1 vendor-controlled system providing one data analysis program. 
  • Vendor software control limited the free sharing of data with other systems. 
  • Legal Entity Status: April 2014, the CISC became a Colorado Legal Entity with a new Intergovernmental Agreement. 
  • Member Agencies: 62 CO law enforcement agencies, including the Colorado DPS and most of the largest agencies in Colorado, serving over 8,300 certified peace officers.

  • 2015, the CISC also became a Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) LInX (Law enforcement Information eXchange) Rocky Mountain Region in order to share data nationally 
  • Existing program use and value began to diminish. After 7 years, a change was needed.

  • In 2016, the Board boldly ended the vendor contract and acted on an entirely new idea: a CISC Regional Data Warehouse (RDW). 

  • Member-controlled
  • Safe, and secure data
  • Data sharing choice
  • Data analysis program choice
  • Contract negotiation choice
  • Competitive rates
  • Enhanced case solutions
  • Real dollar savings
  • Reduced technology staff impact
  • Increased service

  • Membership: Hosting all Colorado agency data and serving all 13,000+ CO peace officers
  • Grant Funding: to support new agency membership. 
  • Choice: Regularly finding and signing top-quality technology providers 
  • Data Security: Resisting conventional wisdom while encouraging provider innovation
  • CISC Access: The evolving CISC website
  • Data Sharing: Enhancing RDW services and technology