(1) The council shall facilitate the identification, standardization, sharing, and coordination of criminal and juvenile justice data and other public safety system data among federal, state, and local agencies.
(2) The council shall adopt uniform information exchange standards, methodologies, and best practices, applying national standards and models when appropriate, in order to guide local and state criminal justice agencies when procuring, implementing, or modifying information systems.
(3) The council shall provide statewide oversight and support the development of plans and policies relating to public safety information systems in order to facilitate the effective identification, standardization, access, sharing, integrating, and coordinating of criminal and juvenile justice data among federal, state, and local agencies. The council shall make recommendations addressing each of the following:
(a) Privacy of data.
(b) Security of systems.
(c) Functional and information sharing standards.
(d) Accuracy, timeliness, and completeness of data.
(e) Access to data and systems.
(f) Transmission of data and information.
(g) Dissemination of information.
(i) Other areas that effect the sharing of criminal and juvenile justice information and other public safety system information.
(4) The council shall provide oversight to the operation of the Criminal Justice Network (CJNet) for which the department shall serve as custodial manager pursuant to s. 943.0544. Criminal justice agencies participating in the Criminal Justice Network shall adhere to CJNet standards and policies.