During this first fiscal year of the evaluation process (FY 2015-2016), the Juvenile Justice Institute (JJI) worked with the University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Information Science and Technology (IS&T) and the Nebraska Crime Commission to develop and build the Juvenile Case Management System (JCMS). The JCMS is a secure data collection system that programs funded by CBA use to complete quarterly reporting requirements, which includes entering data for each youth who participates in the CBA-funded program. Each screen within JCMS was developed to specifically capture outcomes relevant to each program type (e.g., diversion, truancy, mentoring).
Wylie, Lindsey; Wasserburger, Erin; Jensen, Sage; Kaspar, Victoria Ann; Hobbs, Anne M.; and Juvenile Justice Institute, University of Nebraska at Omaha, "Annual Report FY 15-16: released August 2017" (2018). Reports. 34.