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PI 01-10

Computerized Police Information Systems

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The governing directives for the ALERT system are _____ and the _____. Department of Justice directive, Criminal Justice Information, Title 28; Code of Federal Regulations, Part 20
The ALERT system will log transaction on the telecommunications network for _____. three years
A special printout of national crime history inquiries through the NCIC be maintained for _____. thirteen months
Station personnel are responsible for _____ prior to the release of all arrested and booked persons. conducting computer checks on arrested and booked persons
An _____ is the custodial apprehension of a person upon _____ to believe the suspect has committed a felony, misdemeanor, or ordinance violation. arrest; probable cause
The definition of “charged” is the initiation of _____ against a person accused of a law violation, i.e., complaint, information, or indictment. formal (written) adversary judicial proceedings
The definition of “released” is _____. not held in custody
The caution indicators as found in the MULES system are _____, _____, and _____. Caution 1 (criminal arrest record); Caution 2 (armed or physically violent); Caution 3 (assaulted LEO)
A _____ is an index by name or case report number created from persons who have made (or caused to be made) an official report to the police. This is an administrative report which accounts for case report numbers and is not to be dispersed to _____. civil index; operational police units
A _ isany agencyhaving primary respon.for theadmin.of crim.justice andwhich alocates in excess of _ of its budgetfor thispurpose inone or more of thefollowing categ.:_ and/or pros.,_ admin.of prob. and/orparole, and_ ofsubjects inthe crimi.justiceprocess. criminal justice agency; 51 percent; Arrest; adjudication; detention
A _____ will be issued by an investigative element on a person when there is _____ to arrest for a state felony or misdemeanor offense, or issued on a vehicle that has been used during the commission of a crime. pick-up; probable cause;
A pick-up is maintained in the NCIC and MULES systems for a period of _____ and in the local ALERT files until the investigative unit or agency responsible for the pick-up entry notifies the _____ of cancellation. 48 hours; Computer Services Unit
A _____ will be issued on a person by an investigative element when there is no probable cause for an arrest or involuntary detention. questioning advisory
A questioning advisory is maintained in the ALERT system and will be automatically purged after _____. ninety days
A _____ is someone identified as most actively involved in criminal activity or responsible for causing disorder within the Central, Metro, East, and South Patrol Divisions (Jackson County). red file target person
The KCPD does not use the _____ entry classification. temporary want record
A _____ is a warrant entered in the ALERT System that is not extraditable beyond local limits. local warrant
A _ is a warr. intheALERTSystem for a fel. offense,ora misd. offense ofsuff.severity, thatis extrad.beyondlocal limits.The warr. willalso be ent.in the MULESandNCIC comp.and may beserved byan author.agencythat fallsin theperimeter ofthe extraditionfield. state warrant
Type of data classifications found in DOR/KDOR include: _____ registration, motor boat registration, _____ license registration, driver _____ information, and _____/revocation records. motor vehicle; operator/chauffer; history; suspension
A memorandum to to the_ requesting info.should contain the follo:a detailed descr.ofthe requested info. the reason or justification for the request, the number of copies and distribution of those copies to those elements that will receive the information. Computer Services Unit
The _____ is responsible for the entry of UTT’s. Kansas City Municipal Court Division
The _____ is responsible for the maintenance and/or updating of source document files regarding information on arrests (except traffic), unregistered felons, "10-31" subjects, Red File Target subjects, and Ride-alongs. Data Entry Section
The _____ is responsible for the maintenance and/or updating of source document files on penitentiary releases and "10-32" (FIF) subjects. The exception to this is the Gang Unit, who is responsible for “10-32” J-11/Gang Affiliate subjects. Records Unit
The _____ is responsible for the maintenance and/or updating of source document files on parolees. Computer Programming Section
_____ of the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department will be collected, stored, and released in strict conformance with Revised Missouri State Statutes, Chapter 610 and Code of Federal Regulations, Title 28, Chapter 1, Part 20. Criminal history records
Criminal history record information may be released from the department only via the _____, _____, or division stations. Records Unit; Identification Section
Non-conviction criminal record history record information; closed; not convicted will be revealed only to the following: To individuals for any purpose authorized by statute, ordinance, executive order, or court rule, decision, or order, if any
Non-conviction criminal record history record information; closed; not convicted will be revealed only to the following: To department members for investigation and prosecution purposes in conformance with Section 610.100 and 610.120 et. Seq. RSMo. 1989
Non-conviction criminal record history record information; closed; not convicted will be revealed only to the following: To crts,law enforcement agencies,and federalagencies for purposes of pros. sent.paroleconsideration,crim.justice employment,childcare employment,and nursing hme employment;and to fed.agencies for inv. purposes authorized bylaw orpresidential exec.order.
Non-conviction criminal record history record information; closed; not convicted will be revealed only to the following: To the individual named in the record, upon formal application.
In response to a specific inquiry about a matter of public record, not otherwise prohibited by regulation or statute. If a person is arrested but not charged within thirty days of arrest, state law requires that such records be closed.
In response to a specific inquiry about a matter of public record, not otherwise prohibited by regulation or statute. If the person arrested is charged but subsequently not convicted, state law requires that such records be closed.
In response to a specific inquiry about a matter of public record, not otherwise prohibited by regulation or statute. State law (Section 211.321 RSMo. 1980) prohibits release of any criminal history record information regarding juveniles, except as directed by the juvenile courts.
In response to a specific inquiry about a matter of public record, not otherwise prohibited by regulation or statute. Federal regulation requires that any authorized release of criminal history record information to non-criminal justice agencies or individuals be limited to the specific purpose for which it is given.
Created by: mflo on 2013-02-07



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