Compendium of State Privacy & Security

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DIANE Publishing, Apr 1, 1994 - 155 pages
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Page 11 - Criminal history record information" means information collected by criminal justice agencies on individuals consisting of identifiable descriptions and notations of arrests, detentions, indictments, informations, or other formal criminal charges, and any disposition arising therefrom, sentencing, correctional supervision, and release.
Page 14 - The right of an individual to appeal an adverse agency decision concerning challenged information to a state court. 7. Purging: Non-Conviction Information. The destruction or return to the individual of criminal justice information where no conviction has resulted from the event triggering the collection of the information. 8. Purging: Conviction Information. The destruction or return to an individual of criminal history information indicating a conviction. 9. Sealing: Non-Conviction Information....
Page 6 - Insure that dissemination of nonconvictlon data has been limited, whether directly or through any intermediary only to: (1) Criminal justice agencies, for purposes of the administration of criminal justice and criminal justice agency employment; (2) Individuals and agencies for any purpose authorized by statute, ordinance, executive order, or court rule, decision, or order, as construed by appropriate State or local officials or agencies...
Page 6 - This does not mean that criminal history data are publicly available in these states in all circumstances, but it does mean that the data are more available than they previously were. As a part of this trend, a majority of the states now permit access to criminal history records by at least some types of noncriminal justice agencies and private entities. For example, special access rights are increasingly accorded to governmental agencies with national security missions and to licensing boards and...
Page 4 - ... is of the essence and the repository is technically incapable of responding within the necessary time period. (2) To be accurate means that no record containing criminal history record information shall contain erroneous information. To accomplish this end, criminal justice agencies shall institute a process of data collection, entry, storage, and systematic audit that will minimize the possibility of recording and storing inaccurate information and upon finding inaccurate information of a material...
Page 11 - Compendium of State Laws Governing the Privacy and Security of Criminal Justice Information.
Page 15 - The provision for and regulation of access to criminal justice information by outside researchers. 14. Accuracy and Completeness. A requirement that agencies institute procedures to ensure reasonably complete and accurate criminal history information, including the setting of deadlines for the reporting of prosecutorial and court dispositions. 15. Dedication. The requirement that computer configurations be assigned exclusively to the criminal justice function. 16. Civil Remedies.
Page 4 - ... that the most up-to-date disposition data is being used. Inquiries of a central State repository shall be made prior to any dissemination except in those cases where time is of the essence and the repository is technically incapable of responding within the necessary time period. (2) To be accurate means that no record containing criminal history record information shall contain erroneous information.
Page 14 - ... 1. State Regulatory Authority. A grant of power to a state agency to promulgate statewide security and privacy regulations for criminal justice information systems. 2. Privacy and Security Council. A state board, committee, commission or council whose primary statutory function is monitoring, evaluating or supervising the confidentiality and security of criminal justice information. 3. Regulation of Dissemination. Restrictions on dissemination of criminal history information. 4. Right to Inspect....

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