The Department of the Army Criminal Investigation Division, Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) encompasses all facets of criminal justice information inquiries and has access to multiple databases supporting the U.S. Army, Army CID, foreign, federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.
U.S. Army CJIS performs a full range of activities associated with mandated criminal justice reporting requirement to include: oversight of fingerprint submissions to the FBI, oversight of submissions to the National Instant Background Check System, oversight of DNA submissions, providing training and policies to the field, and leveraging new information technologies to support the Department of the Criminal Investigation Division's core missions.
Positive categorizing and reporting of biometric information such as fingerprints and DNA to criminal justice systems are critical to investigative and tactical actions in addition to proper indexing of criminal histories of subject to enhance public safety and the mission of the CID and the U.S. Army.
Contact this office if you are a U.S. military or civilian law enforcement agency: Looking for a law enforcement employment check; require an inquiry for a concealed carry permit or National Criminal Information Center firearms request; firearm return inquiry; submitting or checking on a military protective order; checking the status of a National Criminal Information Center or National Instant Criminal Background Check System entry; require a Military Police Investigator, or Military Working Dog name check; require Use of Force, or Law Enforcement Officer Killed or Assaulted data; information on FD-249 Fingerprint Card submissions; Drug and Alcohol Management Information System (DAMIS) questions; or a Sex Offender Registration Notification Act Point of Contact.
Make sure you are requesting the correct records by visiting our ► Army CID Records Request information webpage.