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Juvenile Justice Partner System (JJPS)
What is JJPS?

The Juvenile Justice Partner System (JJPS), is a customized lens of the statewide-integrated Juvenile Justice Information System (JJIS).

Both JJIS and JJPS provide access to information about youth under the jurisdiction of all county juvenile departments and the Oregon Youth Authority(OYA).

JJPS provides a real-time view of the status of youth cases in the juvenile justice system. Designated public safety agency users can search by youth name, id number, or referral, and view releasable information on:

  • county of jurisdiction
  • parent contact information
  • parole/probation worker contacts
  • referrals, findings, and dispositions 

JJPS displays readily available non-confidential information, including criminal history, determined to be releasable to the public. However, local county juvenile departments or OYA policy may restrict access or delay release of public information in specific circumstances.

Only delinquency case data that may be released to the public are displayed in JJPS — dependency information and cases restricted by local juvenile departments or OYA policy are not displayed.

Cases pending expunction are displayed. Consequently, referral information must be verified with the local county juvenile department.

JJPS users have an ethical responsibility to the multiple jurisdictions whose data are contained in JJIS.

The JJIS Steering Committee monitors access to JJPS and retains the right to terminate a user's access at any time for violation of the JJPS User Security Agreement. Violations of the agreement could result in immediate termination of access.

JJPS Overview
In addition to a screen to search for youth by name, ID number, or referral, JJPS includes two basic youth notebook tabs (click for image):
  • Overview - displays basic demographic, worker, and parental information
  • Referrals - displays referral and allegation information including the disposition of the allegation
Getting Authorization for JJPS
Interested public safety agencies must be sponsored by a Juvenile Justice Information System (JJIS) partner agency (either a county juvenile department or the Oregon Youth Authority).
If your agency does not yet have a sponsor, please contact your local county juvenile department director or email the JJIS Help Desk (jjis.helpdesk@oya.state.or.us) at the Oregon Youth Authority for a JJPS Access Request Form. 
Once an agency's request for access has been approved, users will be required to complete individual user security agreements to receive their User Name and Password. 
JJIS Security Coordinators from sponsoring juvenile justice agencies coordinate individual user security agreements; user access authorization; formal procedures for review; and termination of access on the date that access privileges expire.
Appropriate Use of JJPS
Data viewed through JJPS is not to be used for one's own interest, advantage, personal gain, or any private purpose.
Records are to be accessed only on a "need-to-know" basis.
JJPS users have an ethical responsibility to the multiple jurisdictions whose data are contained in JJIS.
Access to JJPS may be terminated at any time for violation of the JJIS Security Agreement.
Instructional Materials
JJIS User Security Policy

JJPS Online Demo
JJPS Online Demo (approximately 20 minutes)
                   (8.7 mb - requires the free Adobe flash player)

JJPS Account Information and Log-In Instructions are provided to users by Security Coordinators

JJPS User Manual

JJPS User Manual (pdf)   (Updated December 2015)

Disposition Definitions

Logging on to JJPS

When an authorized user submits their signed JJIS User Agreement, the paperwork is processed by the sponsoring agency's Security Coordinator. 
Once the account is set up, the user receives an email that contains their JJPS Logon – a User Name and Password and instructions for logging on through a secure remote desktop connection.