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This page is reserved for those documents that don?t fall easily into one of the process or legal analysis tool categories but are nevertheless relevant to the privacy issues justice agencies will face as they develop more advanced information systems. The following documents are both informative and have the potential to add to justice practitioners? understanding of privacy.

  • Kathleen deGrasse & Wil Nagel, To delete or not to delete: State Records Act implications for integrated justice systems, ISBA Standing Comm. on Govt Law. Newsltr. (March 2007).
  • Wil Nagel & Kathleen deGrasse, The Impact of FOIA on an Integrated Justice Information System, ISBA Standing Comm. on Govt Law. Newsltr. (Sept. 2006).
  • Ill. Crim. J. Info. Auth., Wil Nagel & Christopher Humble, Comparison of Unofficial and Official Sources of Criminal History Record Information in Illinois (Sept. 2005).


In December 2006 the Department of Homeland Security released its Privacy Office Report to the Public Concerning the Multistate Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange (MATRIX)Pilot Project.

  • Compare DHS's findings with the Lessons Learned from MATRIX, which was prepared over one year earlier for the IIJIS Privacy Policy Subcommittee's October 2005 meeting.