Our display board at the Montana Crime Prevention Conference in Billings, Montana - October 2012
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The Montana Information and Records Association is an independent non-profit association of law enforcement employees that was formed to:
Promote the profession of criminal justice support personnel through an organized assemblage to identify and promote best practices through education and training.
Advance individual knowledge and techniques by sharing and exchanging professional experiences and information related to criminal justice support services.
Provide education and legal updates to our membership through communications with the Montana Association of Chiefs of Police, Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, and Montana Police Protective Association on legislation pertaining to criminal justice support services.
Encourage professionalism and high standards of performance among criminal justice support services personnel in the discharge of their responsibilities.