JNET represents an unprecedented example of how individual agencies, at different levels and in different branches of government, work together to share information and achieve a common goal. Building relationships and collaboration is critical to the success of JNET.
JNET provides a forum for participating agencies to collaborate and share ideas. The JNET Steering Committee is comprised of members from participating commonwealth agencies who are appointed by each respective agency head. Members have a voice in the strategic direction of JNET, how and what data is shared, and how policy and technical issues affecting their organizations and integrated justice are addressed. Steering committee members chair and staff the JNET Agency Advisory Subcommittee, and are advocates for JNET in each of their respective agencies. Through collaboration, commitment, cooperation and dedication, JNET has matured into one of the most successful integrated justice models in the nation.