The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICJIA) is a state agency that provides research, analysis, and program evaluation in criminal justice and public safety. Established in 1983, the ICJIA aims to improve the administration of justice and enhance public safety through various initiatives, such as conducting research on criminal justice trends, providing training and technical assistance to professionals in the field, and administering grants to support programs and services that address crime and victimization. The agency is governed by a 14-member board appointed by the Governor of Illinois and is committed to ensuring that its policies and programs are data-driven and evidence-based.

Scroll to Top