Survey Of Criminal History Information Systems 1992
A comprehensive review of the status of criminal history records maintained by States criminal history repositories. All 50 states participated in this survey. Charts & tables.
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Page 5 - Slates (29) require law enforcement agencies to notify the State criminal history repository when an arrested person is released without formal charging but after the fingerprints have been obtained and submitted.
Page 4 - Of those 12 jurisdictions, nine States and the District of Columbia have partially automated master name indexes; however, although Maine has entered information into a temporary automated master name index, it is not currently usable. West Virginia has a manual master name index.
Page 2 - State criminal history repository, 1992 (Table 13): • The average number of days between the final court dispositions and receipt of that information by the State criminal history repositories is 43, ranging from less than one day in North Carolina to 180 days in Pennsylvania.
Page 4 - Forty-seven states and the District of Columbia have automated some records in either the criminal history record file or the master name index. • Ten states (Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington) have fully automated both the criminal history record file and the master name index.
Page 1 - State criminal history record systems, 1992 (Table 1): • Forty-eight States, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico have automated at least some records in either the criminal history record file or the master name index.
Page 2 - Nation's population and 46% of the Nation's criminal history records, report that 60% or more arrests within the past five years in the criminal history database have final dispositions recorded. • Overall, the figures are lower when arrests older than five years are considered.
Page 3 - Islands report that they currently conduct records checks of their State criminal history repository in connection with the sale of firearms.