Ms-textThe REJIS Commission (Regional Justice Information Service) is a government entity created to provide information technology products and services to criminal justice and government agencies. REJIS was founded in 1974 under a cooperative agreement between St. Louis City and St. Louis County.  Click Here to watch a video about REJIS.

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    We fully integrate police, courts and jails through our secure data-sharing network and services
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    We’re celebrating 40 years of providing innovative IT and data solutions for the criminal justice community. Click here to see pictures from our anniversary celebration and awards dinner.
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    We partner with the best in the business to offer superior products and services that meet our customers' needs
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    We offer comprehensive solutions to help our customers save time and money

What our clients have to say:

  • "REJIS pulls together data in a way that nobody else has done. It is one of the ways that our extremely fragmented jurisdictional system is made functional."

    -Mike Duncan, Director of Information Technology and CIO St. Louis County Government
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    Our comprehensive and secure data sharing network brings together critical information from the Federal Government and more than 300 agencies across Missouri, Kansas and Illinois Read More
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    We help our clients improve efficiency by integrating police records, court operations, and corrections management Read More
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    We provide attorneys and other security personnel with secure access to critical government and non-government databases in a secure environment Read More
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    Our integrated data network and innovative IT solutions help government and quasi-government agencies operate more efficiently Read More
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