Texas Criminal Justice Information Users' Group
Thursday, June 11, 2020
With the current climate of a nationwide pandemic still among us and the unrest that directly impacts our criminal justice community, the board has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 TCJIUG conference. We felt that we would not be able to provide the level of training and networking that our members have come to expect and deserve.
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We hope to see you at the 2021 conference next year, April 26 – 30th, 2021, at the Emerald Beach Hotel, Corpus Christi.
The Texas Criminal Justice Information Users' Group (TCJIUG) is a nonprofit (501 C.3), apolitical organization governed by bylaws initially adopted in January 1974 and incorporated in 1977 . Due to technological advancement, funding changes and membership diversification, the general focus of TCJIUG has changed over the years, but the basic objectives of the organization have remained constant:
- Placing emphasis on delivery of information, education and training to organization members.
- Progressively moving the organization forward to serve the needs of the membership and the Criminal Justice sector.
- Exploring methods of applying technology to industry needs and making technology solutions more readily and economically available to users.
- Exploring every method possible to cut costs and maintain a responsible economic approach to activities without sacrificing quality.
- Maintaining good working relationships with State and Federal agencies and promoting new relationships with other criminal justice organizations.
TCJIUG members consist mainly of operational, management and political levels of law enforcement, communications and information systems personnel, with members from related fields in associate membership roles.
TCJIUG is a training provider for Texas Commission on Law Enforcement(TCOLE) with frequently scheduled Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) trainers and other trainers for special programs like Domestic Violence, Cultural Diversity, Racial Profiling, Asset Forfeiture and Hate Crime Reporting. Full day Terminal Access Coordinator (TAC) and Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunication System (TLETS) operator training is featured at each general conference. Each conference provides substantial numbers of hours of TCOLE credit.
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Austin, TX 78768-4096