The Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center (ACJIC) is the Alabama state agency responsible for gathering and providing critical information for law enforcement and the criminal justice community. ACJIC operates a state-of-the-art data center 24 hours a day, 7 days a week providing many information systems through the state criminal justice network (CJnet) and the Internet. ACJIC is connected nationally to the FBI's National Crime Information Center, as well as to all 50 states via the National Law Enforcement Telecommunication System (Nlets). ACJIC also provides individuals with the mechanisms and procedures to view and challenge their criminal history records.Alabama Homeland Security coordinates with ACJIC to develop and advance programs such as the Law Enforcement Tactical System (LETS).ACJIC is located in Montgomery and is governed by a Commission that is responsible for establishing the policies and rules for agency governing. Daily operations and administration are vested with ACJIC Director, Maury Mitchell, who works under the supervision of the Commission.