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INFORMATION SYSTEMS DOJ/CLETS/CORI/DMV. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE  Obtaining Information  Verifying the Information  Using the Information.

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1 INFORMATION SYSTEMS DOJ/CLETS/CORI/DMV

2 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE  Obtaining Information  Verifying the Information  Using the Information

3 Obtaining Information  Who - Authorized  How - Right Input for Right Output  Why - Why Do You Need This

4 Verifying Information  Just because you got it does not mean it is current or accurate.  Cross reference information and  Always verify information received via computer queries.

5 Using Information  Criminal History?  Wanted Information?  Stolen Property or Vehicles?

6 Unauthorized Access  Crime to unlawfully use information  Requirements for authorized release of information – CORI  Penalties for unauthorized release - CORI  Giving unauthorized persons information  Getting it correctly and using it improperly  Selling/giving/possessing information

7 Unlawful Use  Checking out a (potential) date  Changing access for other users  Altering a record without permission  Changing status of warrants or other wants

8 CORI  Criminal Offender Record Information  Contains---name(s), DOB, physical, fingerprints, photographs, arrests, criminal history, disposition of charges, sentencing, jail time, parole/probation, and release date(s)  Need to Know and Right to Know

9 Need to Know Right to Know  Can not provide related information to others without this caveat  Misdemeanor to do so (PC , )  Security Unit of DOJ monitors system and investigates complaints

10 Bottom Line?  You must know the requirements for access and entry into the appropriate DOJ information systems and databases available on the CLETS network to perform your duties, for your safety, and the safety of others.

11 How do you get the Info?  Making an inquiry- what information do you need to have to access the records?  Name, Sex, DOB or age.  Helpful to have SS#, OLN, FBI, DOC, or CYA #’s to help narrow the search

12 C. L. E. T. S.  CALIFORNIA LAW ENFORCEMENT TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS (I would know this one—Hint Hint)  Check out page 2-2 in workbook for all the systems that are in C.L.E.T.S.

13 WPS APS SVS AFS CHS DMV and Other Systems (C.L.E.T.S.)  What?  WANTED PERSONS  AUTOMATED PROPERTY SYSTEM  STOLEN VEHICLE SYSTEM  AUTOMATED FIREARMS SYSTEM  CRIMINAL HISTORY SYSTEM  DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES  MISCELLANEOUS OTHER SYSTEMS

14 WPS SVS APS AFS CHS DMV and Other Systems  Wanted Persons- Name and Sex (DOB or age is recommended)  Stolen Vehicle System- License Plate or V.I.N., Engine, or Owner Applied Number (OAN) (ABS for Boats)  Automated Property- Name and DOB or property serial number, OAN, with ART, CAT, or BRA with CCC (HUH?)

15 WPS SVS APS AFS CHS DMV and Other Systems  Two Types of Firearms Records Inquiries  (LE) Automated Firearms- Serial Number with or without make or caliber  (Historical) Name and DOB/Age or Serial number as for LE records

16 WPS SVS APS AFS CHS DMV and Other Systems  Criminal History System- Name, DOB, and Sex as a minimum  Narrowing search results- add SS#, OLN, FBI, CYA, DOC  Three types of records (CII) Automated (A), Hybrid (H), and Manual (M)

17 WPS SVS APS AFS CHS DMV and Other Systems  DMV- Drivers Licensing and Vehicle Registration Information  Driver Information- access with either OLN or Last/First/MI, DOB or age, and first 3 numbers of address  Vehicle Information- owner name and DOB for vehicles registered to a person or by License # or V.I.N. (17 digits)

18 WPS SVS APS AFS CHS DMV and Other Systems  Local, County, and other systems  NLETS  MUPS  DVROS  SRF  VCIN/SAR  MHFPS


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