Data Integration Program

The Data Integration Program oversees the distribution of state funds appropriated for the purposes of developing a criminal justice data sharing network and governance infrastructure. Through grants to groups of stakeholders within the state's 13 judicial districts, the goals of the program are to: 

  • Improve and assist with system-wide criminal justice data sharing and business processes, policy decisions, resource allocation, program evaluation, and/or performance management.
  • Identify and fund multi-stakeholder projects that can show promise within 1 year
  • Identify district-specific needs and meet districts where they are. 
  • Surface as many collective ideas and priorities as possible. 
  • Effectuate a governance network to enable proper coordination and governance of data integration efforts at both the state and local levels.
  • Encourage and support conversations between multiple local stakeholders around the state, beyond just this year’s grant-award winners, with research and technical assistance.

  

For questions about the program, please contact: 

Zach Grant
Data Integration Program Manager
NM Sentencing Commission
(c) 505 595 6468 | zwg2@unm.edu

Program Resources:

Application FAQ and Questionnaire

Program Informational Webinars: 

Webinar Examples from Other States:

  • GAINS Center:
    • Johnson County, KS & Lucas County, OH (pending)

Other Resources: