Public Accountability Report Public Accountability Report

2018 Information Systems, Technology, and Support
Mission Statement To improve the protection of citizens' lives and property in Illinois by designing, developing, and operating advanced technology that can be used to help Illinois law enforcement, victim service, and other criminal justice agencies collect and share information.
Program Goals and Objectives
  1. Support ongoing development, maintenance, and operation of systems that meet the needs of the criminal justice community.
    1. Maintain the Clandestine Lab Reporting Information System (CLARIS) used by law enforcement agencies for reporting and analysis of methamphetamine lab seizure data.
    2. Maintain InfoNet, a state-of-the-art data system, nationally recognized for deploying the latest technologies to enhance data collection and reporting abilities for victim service providers.
    3. Develop the Motor Vehicle Automated Reporting System to allow simpler and more accurate monthly reporting of vehicle recoveries, arrests and investigation of stolen vehicles by task forces supported by the Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Council.
Source of Funds General Revenue Fund Statutory Authority 20 ILCS 3930
Fiscal Year 2019 Target/Projected Fiscal Year 2018 Actual Fiscal Year 2018 Target/Projected Fiscal Year 2017 Actual Fiscal Year 2016 Actual
Input Indicators
Total expenditures - all sources (in thousands) $ 184.0 $ 184.0 $ 2,036.0 $ 2,036.0 $ 365.2
Total expenditures - state appropriated funds (in thousands) $ 184.0 $ 184.0 $ 2,036.0 $ 2,036.0 $ 365.2
Average monthly full-time equivalents 8 8 8 8 8
Output Indicators
Number of methamphetamine lab seizures via CLARIS 164 164 378 378 672
Number of agencies using the InfoNet database 104 104 111 111 112
Number of InfoNet database trainings 1 1 1 1 0