Integrated Criminal Justice Information System (ICJIS)
Both Nicholas Jjuuko as an Msc Information Systems Student and Joseph Othieno as a lecturer and Research Coordinator at the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems in Uganda Martyrs University handily compiled this book showcasing the current and available records management systems in developing countries particularly looking at Uganda hence proposing an automated system. Using a practical, case-oriented approach, this comprehensive report provides real solutions to Information Systems making it an indispensable reference to professionals doing related projects and other academic researchers. It focuses on a wide range of features which include the background of the study, problem of statement, general and specific objectives of the study,scope and the Conceptual framework for the ICJIS.Reviewing literature on how information systems have been implemented in other countries. Research methodology explicitly looks at the tools and techniques used in data collection, developing conceptual, logical and physical designs. It also critically analyses the current records management systems and comes up with a practical approach to design and implement a proposed system.