Juvenile Justice Information System
Hawaii’s Juvenile Justice Information System (JJIS) is a statewide information system that combines juvenile offender information from the police, prosecutors, Family Court, and the Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility for use by the participating agencies in tracking juvenile offenders. The JJIS is also the repository for statewide information on runaway and missing children.
Information in the JJIS includes juveniles’ first exposure to the justice system and extends through prosecution, adjudication, and incarceration. With this comprehensive information, agencies can track juvenile offenders through the justice system and make informed decisions that balance community safety with the objective of restoring as many juveniles as possible to productive citizenship.
The JJIS is used by police officers, probation officers, judges, prosecutors, and correctional workers who need to know the status of individual juveniles at any time or point in the juvenile justice process. The JJIS provides background information on arrest and court data, demographic data, programs and social services provided.
Juvenile Justice Information Committee
R. Mark Browning, Chief Judge, 1st Circuit, Chair
Susan Ballard, Chief of Police, City & County of Honolulu
Merton Chinen, Executive Director, Office of Youth Services
Clare Connors, Attorney General, State of Hawaii
Randi Cooper, Administrator, Juvenile Client & Family Services, 3rd Circuit
Tivoli Faaumu, Chief of Police, County of Maui
Paul Ferreira, Chief of Police, County of Hawaii
Don Guzman, Prosecuting Attorney, County of Maui
Keith Kaneshiro, Prosecuting Attorney, City & County of Honolulu
Justin Kollar, Prosecuting Attorney, County of Kauai
Paul Murakami, Judge, Family Court, 1st Circuit
Todd Raybuck, Chief of Police, County of Kauai
Catherine Remigio, Senior Judge, Family Court, 1st Circuit
Mitchell Roth, Prosecuting Attorney, County of Hawaii
Marsha Yamada, Deputy Chief Court Administrator, 2nd Circuit
Kari Yamashiro, Deputy Chief Court Administrator, 5th Circuit