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					State of Alaska
Department of Public Safety


STATE CENTRAL REPOSITORY OF
CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION

FY98 Audits and Statistics


                             Compliance for APSIN Charges
                Fingerprint Fiscal Year % Charges Supported by Fingerprints
                       with Dispositions - Page 38
                                 FY94        47%
                                 FY95        49%
                       100%
                                 FY96        50%
                                 FY97        56%
                                 FY98        62%
                        80%
       % Charges
                                                                       62%
       Supported by     60%                                   56%
       Fingerprints              47%      49%       50%

                        40%

                        20%

                          0%
                            FY94        FY95       FY96     FY97      FY98


                                                            September 30, 1998
                                          Division of Administrative Services
                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction                                                                                           3
       TABLE A.     State Laws Governing Criminal Justice Information                                  4
       TABLE B.     Federal Laws Governing Criminal Justice Information                                7

AS 12.62.100.       Criminal Justice Information Advisory Board                                       10
   TABLE 100 A.     CJIAB Membership and Meeting Schedule                                             11

AS 12.62.110.       Central Repository Responsibilities                                               12
   TABLE 110   A.   APSIN Person Records: Criminal/Noncriminal                                        13
   TABLE 110   B.   AFIS Database: Tenprint/Latent Records & Hits                                     14
   TABLE 110   C.   Tenprint Fingerprint Records Processed Annually: Criminal/Noncriminal             15
   TABLE 110   D.   Photos Processed Annually: Criminal/Noncriminal                                   16
   TABLE 110   E.   APSIN Users, By Agency                                                            17
   TABLE 110   F.   APSIN/NCIC/NLETS Transactions: Annual Volume                                      23

AS 12.62.120.       Reporting of Criminal Justice Information                                         24
   TABLE 120   A.   Warrants in APSIN                                                                  25
   TABLE 120   B.   Domestic Violence Protective Orders in APSIN                                       26
   TABLE 120   C.   Criminal Charges in APSIN                                                          27
   TABLE 120   D.   Criminal Charges Entered in APSIN Annually, Sorted by Arrest Agency                28
   TABLE 120   E.                                                                                      33
                    Mandatory Fingerprint Compliance Last Year: Felony/Misdemeanor/Nonconviction Charges
   TABLE 120   F.   Mandatory Fingerprint Compliance - Five Year Trend                                 38
   TABLE 120   G.   APSIN Charges Over 2 Years Old Without Disposition, by Age                         42
   TABLE 120   H.   Correctional Status: APSIN Person Records with Probation/Parole Indicator          43

AS 12.62.130.       Reporting of Uniform Crime Information                                            44
   TABLE 130 A.     UCR Compliance                                                                    45

AS 12.62.140.       Reporting of Wanted Persons/Stolen Property Information                           47

AS 12.62.150.       Completeness, Accuracy, and Security                                              48
   TABLE 150 A.     APSIN/NCIC Compliance Audits and Training                                         49
   TABLE 150 B.     APSIN Criminal History Data Quality Audits                                        53

AS 12.62.160.       Release and Use of Criminal Justice Information                                   54
   TABLE 160 A.     Guidelines for Release of Criminal Justice Information                            55

AS 12.62.170.       Correction of Criminal Justice Information                                        57
   TABLE 170 A.     Corrections of Repository Records                                                 58

AS 12.62.180.       Sealing of Criminal Justice Information                                           59

AS 12.62.190.       Purging of Criminal Justice Information                                           60

Appendix 1.         Definition of Criminal Justice Information                                        61
                                                 INTRODUCTION


     This report includes statistics and other objective information about criminal justice information, including:


           …the number and types of records maintained by the state central repository;


           …the number and types of agencies using the Alaska Public Safety Information Network (APSIN);


           ...the volume and types of information reported to and requested from the repository;


           ...audits and training completed to measure and improve record quality and system security; and


           ...the volume and types of errors found in repository records, and resources spent correcting them.

     By providing some measure of the effects of and compliance with state and federal criminal justice
           information laws, the report is intended to be useful for planning and evaluating record management
           resources. See Tables A and B for a partial listing of laws affecting the reporting, maintenance, and
           release of criminal justice information.

     Alaska Statute Title 12, Chapter 62, Criminal Justice Information Systems Security and Privacy,
          is used as an outline for the report. For each section of AS 12.62 there is a brief summary of
          requirements, followed by any applicable statistical data.

     This project was supported by a grant awarded by the Department of Public Safety, Division of Alaska State
           Troopers, with funding from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs. With
           continued funding, the Division of Administrative Services will publish an updated report at the
           end of each fiscal year.

     To demonstrate trends, most tables are designed to hold five years of data, although "prior year" columns
          are generally left blank in this first year of publication. Explanatory notes ([a], [b], etc.) appear at the end
          of each table.




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                                       TABLE A. STATE LAWS GOVERNING CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION


                                                                                                                                                      BKGRD CK -    UOCT
SESS.LAW        EFF DATE          SHORT TITLE         STATUTE     REGULATION                                   EFFECTS                                 FBI OK [a] UPDATE [b]
                           APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 8.08.137                       Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal               Approved
                           ALASKA BAR ASSOC.                                         background check for admission to Alaska Bar Assoc.

                           APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 45.55.040   3 AAC 8            Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal                Denied
                           ALASKA SECURITIES ACT                                     background check for securities brokers, agents,
35   SLA 96       08/22/96 APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 47.33.100   7 AAC 75.220       Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal               Approved
                           ASSISTED LIVING HOMES                                     background check for assisted living home employees
99   SLA 98       09/14/98 APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 47.35       7 AAC 50.210       Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal                Pending
                           CHILD CARE FACILITIES                                     background check for child care license, preceded by
                                                                                     name checks for emergency placements, relative
                                                                                     placements
                           APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 8.24.120    12 AAC 02.160      Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal               Approved
                           COLLECTION AGENCIES                                       background check for collection agency license
                           APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 28.17.041   13 AAC 25          Regulation (not statute) requires state/national, fingerprint-     Denied
                           DRIVING INSTRUCTOR                                        based criminal background check for driving instructor
                                                                                     license
                           APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 21.27.025   3 AAC 23.010       Statute indirectly requires state/national criminal                Denied
                           INSURANCE LICENSING                                       background check for insurance license
35   SLA 96       08/22/96 APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 18.20.302                      Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal               Approved
                           NURSING FACILITIES                                        background check for nursing home employees
                           APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 22.20.130   13 AAC 23.010      Statute requires DPS to adopt regulations for control,             Denied
                           PROCESS SERVERS                                           discipline of process servers
                           APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 28.15.046   13 AAC 08.015      Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal               Approved
                           SCHOOL BUS DRIVER                                         background check for school bus driver permit
                           APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 18.65.410   13 AAC 60          Requires fingerprint-based criminal background check for          Approved
                           SECURITY GUARD                                            security guard license
                           APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 14.20.020   4 AAC 12.001       Statute Indirectly requires criminal background check for          Denied
                           TEACHING LICENSE                                          teaching license
86   SLA 98       06/13/98 ASSAULT 4               AS 11.56                          Creates new crimes - Unlawful Contact 1 and 2; affects                         07/16/98
                                                                                     sentencing for Assault 4 convictions
99   SLA 98       09/14/98 CHILD PROTECTION        AS 47.17                          Makes DHSS a "criminal justice agency" authorized to                           07/16/98
                                                                                     check APSIN criminal history records for investigation of
                                                                                     child abuse/neglect. Revises Kidnapping and
                                                                                     Endangering Welfare of Minor statutes.




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                                       TABLE A. STATE LAWS GOVERNING CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION


                                                                                                                                                  BKGRD CK -    UOCT
SESS.LAW         EFF DATE          SHORT TITLE           STATUTE    REGULATION                                EFFECTS                              FBI OK [a] UPDATE [b]
10    SLA 98       04/14/98 CONCEALED WEAPONS        AS 11.61.220                   Reinstates previously repealed exemption from
                                                                                    prosecution for Misconduct w/ Weapons 5, for on-duty
                                                                                    state/local (but not federal) peace officer carrying
                                                                                    concealed weapon
67    SLA 94       10/01/94 CONCEALED WEAPONS        AS 18.65.700   13 AAC 30       Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal            Approved
                                                                                    background check for concealed handgun permit
1     SLA 98       04/14/98 CONCEALED WEAPONS        AS18.65.700    13 AAC 30       Modifies background check requirements for retired
                                                                                    peace officers; allows conditional permits pending
                                                                                    fingerprint check results; changes suspended/out-of-state
                                                                                    permits
118   SLA 94       07/01/95 CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFO    AS 12.62       13 AAC 25       Redefines requirements for reporting, collection,              Approved
                                                                                    maintenance, management, security, quality, use,
                                                                                    dissemination of criminal justice information.
87    SLA 97      SEE SLA CSED                                                      Authorizes CSED to access law enforcement records to
                                                                                    locate obligors
95    SLA 98       09/10/98 DNA - VIOLATE ORDER      AS 11.56.760                   Creates new crime - violate order to submit to DNA                          07/16/98
                                                                                    testing, class A misdemeanor.
10    SLA 95       01/01/96 DNA IDENTIFICATION       AS 44.41.035                   Requires Public Safety to maintain DNA samples for
                                                                                    persons convicted of certain violent crimes
64    SLA 96      SEE SLA DOMESTIC VIOLENCE          AS 18.65.540                   Requires central registry of protective orders, makes DV
                                                                                    misdemeanor "serious offense" for record dissemination;
                                                                                    makes DHSS a "criminal justice agency" to authorized
                                                                                    direct access to APSIN to investigate DV

116   SLA 98       09/17/98 ELECTRONIC MONITORING    AS 11.56                       Modifies Escape statutes to include escape from                             07/16/98
                                                                                    electronic monitoring.
136   SLA 98       09/24/98 FAIL TO STOP VEHICLE PER AS 28.35.182                   Creates new class C felony, failure to stop at direction of                 07/16/98
                            PEACE OFFICER                                           peace officer when violating traffic law or another crime

54    SLA 94       08/22/94 FINGERPRINTING           AS 12.80.060   13 AAC 68.120   Defines requirements for booking facilities, courts, and
                                                                                    central repository to ensure defendants, in or out of
                                                                                    custody, are fingerprinted for criminal charges
                            JUVENILE FINGERPRINTS    AS 47.12.210                   Juveniles may be fingerprinted in same manner as adults




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                                       TABLE A. STATE LAWS GOVERNING CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION


                                                                                                                                                  BKGRD CK -    UOCT
SESS.LAW         EFF DATE          SHORT TITLE         STATUTE     REGULATION                                EFFECTS                               FBI OK [a] UPDATE [b]
107   SLA 98       07/01/98 JUVENILE RECORDS;       AS 47.12                        Allows data about missing juveniles to be entered into
                            JUVENILE RENDITION                                      NCIC. Requires purging juvenile-tried-as-adult record
                                                                                    upon receipt of "sealing" order from court, per "dual
                                                                                    sentencing" provisions of the bill.
9     SLA 98       07/07/98 JUVENILE WAIVER         AS 47.12.030                    Defines offenses for which juvenile 16 or older is to be
                                                                                    treated as adult (record maintained by repository)
46    SLA 96       08/07/96 PFD FORFEITURE          AS 43.23                        Requires exchange of data between DPS, DOC, and PFD
                                                                                    to identify those ineligible for dividend based on criminal
                                                                                    conviction/incarceration histories
81    SLA 98       06/11/98 SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY   AS 12.63       13 AAC 9         Defines Indecent Exposure, Child Pornography and                           07/16/98
                                                                                    related sex offender registration requirements
106   SLA 98       01/01/99 SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY   AS 12.63       13 AAC 9         Defines registration requirements affecting APSIN,                         07/16/98
                                                                                    SORCR, and Internet programs; exchange of data with
                                                                                    FBI's national registry; procedures for registering
                                                                                    agencies and R&I data entry staff. Creates new crime:
                                                                                    Failure to Register 1 (class C felony).
106   SLA 98       01/01/99 SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY   AS 18.65.087   13 AAC 9         Defines requirements for DPS to gather, maintain and
                                                                                    release sex offender registry information

[a]   See Pub. L. 92-544, requiring state statutes authorizing submission of fingerprints for national national criminal background check to be approved by the
      U.S. Attorney General (delegated to the FBI by regulation under 28 CFR 85).

[b]   Uniform Offense Citation Table - see Alaska's Criminal Justice Records Improvement Plan , published annually by DPS, for a description of the table. All
      criminal statutes and ordinances are maintained in the table by DPS; new, repealed, or modified criminal statutes must be reflected in the table, which is to be
      used by all criminal justice agencies for offense citations reported to the central repository.

            Shaded cells = not applicable.




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                                     TABLE B. FEDERAL LAWS GOVERNING CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION

ROOT      PUBLIC LAW      STATUTE/REG                   EFF. DATE   SHORT TITLE                                  NICKNAME                   COMMENTS
          103    PL    159    18    USC        922(g)               Gun Control Act of 1968, as amended,      BRADY, NICS     Requires federally licensed firearms
                                                                    including Brady Handgun Violence                          dealers to contact state or federal
                                                                    Prevention Act                                            agency for background check before
                                                                                                                              transferring firearm
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/13/94   Violent Crime Control and Law             Crime Control   Governs criminal history record
                                                                    Enforcement Act of 1994                   Bill            improvement grants, etc.
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Public Safety Partnership and Community   Crime Control
                                                                    Policing Act of 1994                      Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Community Schools Youth Services and      Crime Control
                                                                    Supervision Grant Program Act of 1994     Bill

HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Family and Community Endeavor           Crime Control
                                                                    Schools Act                             Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Local Partnership Act                   Crime Control
                                                                                                            Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   National Community Economic             Crime Control
                                                                    Partnership Act of 1994                 Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Family Unity Demonstration Project Act Crime Control
                                                                                                            Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Safe Homes for Women Act of 1994        Crime Control
                                                                                                            Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Civil Rights Remedies for Gender-       Crime Control
                                                                    Motivated Violence Act                  Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Equal Justice for Women in the Courts   Crime Control
                                                                    Act of 1994                             Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Federal Death Penalty Act of 1994       Crime Control
                                                                                                            Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Drunk Driving Child Protection Act of   Crime Control
                                                                    1994                                    Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Public Safety and Recreational Firearms Crime Control
                                                                    Use Protection Act                      Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Morgan P. Hardiman Task Force on        Crime Control
                                                                    Missing and Exploited Children Act      Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Drug Free Truck Stop Act                Crime Control
                                                                                                            Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Police Corps Act                        Crime Control
                                                                                                            Bill


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                                     TABLE B. FEDERAL LAWS GOVERNING CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION

ROOT      PUBLIC LAW      STATUTE/REG                   EFF. DATE   SHORT TITLE                                NICKNAME                     COMMENTS
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Law Enforcement Scholarships and        Crime Control
                                                                    Recruitment Act                         Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   DNA Identification Act of 1994          Crime Control
                                                                                                            Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act      Crime Control
                                                                                                            Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Senior Citizens Against Marketing Scams Crime Control
                                                                    Act of 1994                             Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Computer Abuse Amendments Act of        Crime Control
                                                                    1994                                    Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Driver's Privacy Protection Act of 1994 Crime Control
                                                                                                            Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Safer Streets and Neighborhoods Act of Crime Control
                                                                    1994                                    Bill
HR 3355   103    PL    322                               09/14/94   Recreational Hunting Safety and         Crime Control
                                                                    Preservation Act of 1994                Bill
                              42    USC        1437                 U.S. Housing Act of 1937                Public HousingAuthorizes criminal history background
                                                                                                                          checks
                              25    USC        4101                 Native American Housing Assistance and Native Housing Authorizes criminal history background
                                                                    Self-Determination Act of 1996                        checks
                              42    USC         5119                National Child Protection Act of 1993  OPRAH , NCPA Relating to background checks for
                                                                                                                          persons working w/ children,
                                                                                                                          vulnerable adults, including volunteers

          99     PL    169     5    USC         9101                Security Clearance Information Act     SCIA              Authorizes criminal history background
                                                                                                                             checks
                              43    USC        14072                Pam Lychner Sexual Offender Tracking SOR                 Involves requirements to provide notice
                                                                    and Identification Act of 1996                           of sex offender location
HR 3355   104    PL    322    42    USC        14071     09/14/94   Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against          SOR             See Federal Register Vol. 61, No. 66
                                                                    Children and Sexually Violent Offender                   for final guidelines - states are required
                                                                    Registration Act (including Megan's Law)                 to comply or lose 10% of Byrne grant

HR 3355   104    PL    322    28    USC        534(e)    09/14/94   Violence Against Women Act of 1994     VAWA              Creates National Protection Order File

HR 3355   104    PL    322    18    USC         2265     09/14/94   Safe Streets for Women Act of 1994     VAWA              Provides Full Faith and Credit for
                                                                                                                             protective orders
HR 3734   104    PL    193                                          Personal Responsibility and Work       WELFARE           Prohibits certain benefits based on
                                                                    Opportunity Act of 1996                REFORM            felony or other drug conviction
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                                       TABLE B. FEDERAL LAWS GOVERNING CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION

ROOT        PUBLIC LAW      STATUTE/REG                    EFF. DATE   SHORT TITLE                                NICKNAME                 COMMENTS
HR 3                                                          n/a      Juvenile Crime Control Act of 1997                    Would establish juvenile record system
                                                                                                                             equivalent to adult system for minors
                                                                                                                             adjudicated for felonies
                                10    CFR        73.57      01/01/97   Individuals Granted Unescorted Access                 Authorizes criminal history background
                                                                       to Nuclear Power Facilities or Access to              checks
                                                                       Safeguards Information by Power
                                                                       Reactor Licenses
                                15    USC      78q(f)(2)               Partners, Directors, Officers and                     Authorizes criminal history background
                                                                       Employees of National Securities                      checks
                                                                       Exchange Members, Brokers, Dealers,
                                                                       Registered Transfer Agents, and
                                                                       Registered Clearing Agencies
                                10    USC         520a                 Military Services relating to enlistment              Authorizes criminal history background
                                                                                                                             checks
HR 867      105    PL     89                                           Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997                Encourages adoption of children who
                                                                                                                             have been in foster care for 18 months;
                                                                                                                             requires court data
                                42    USC 3753(a)(11)                  Bureau of Justice Assistance Grant                    Sets grant requirements involving
                                                                       Programs, Drug Control and System                     Immigration and Naturalization Service
                                                                       Improvement Program
            92     PL    544    28    CFR      Part 20 C               Departments of State, Commerce,                       Federal records system and interstate
                                                                       Judiciary, and Related Agencies                       exchange of criminal history record
                                                                       Appropriation Act, 1973                               information
                                 5    USC         552a                 Privacy Act of 1974                                   Federal records system and interstate
                                                                                                                             exchange of criminal history record
                                                                                                                             information
                                28    USC      509, 510,               FBI Records                                           Relates to collection, maintenance and
                                                 534                                                                         dissemination of identification records
                                                                                                                             and information




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       AS 12.62.100. CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION ADVISORY BOARD (CJIAB)


   The Board is to advise Public Safety and other agencies on the operation of the state central repository and other
   criminal justice information systems.



   The Board, chaired by the Commissioner of Public Safety, must meet at least once every six months.




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                 TABLE 100A. CJIAB MEMBERSHIP AND MEETING SCHEDULE

       Criminal Justice Information Advisory Board Members                    Phone     Fax
       Dept. of Public Safety (CHAIR)     Ronald Otte                       465-4322   465-4362
       Dept. of Health & Social Services  Karen Perdue                      465-3030   465-3068
       Dept. of Administration            Mark Boyer                        465-2200   465-2135
       Dept. of Corrections               Margaret Pugh                     465-4652   465-3390
       Dept. of Law                       Cynthia Cooper                    269-6379   269-6321
       Alaska Court System                Stephanie Cole                    264-0547   264-0881
       Alaska Judicial Council            William Cotton                    279-2526   276-5046
       Police Chiefs Representative       Duane Udland (APD)                786-8552   786-8638
       Public Member                      Susan Humphrey-Barnette           261-3694   261-4894

                               FY98 Meetings: October 27, 1998 [a]
                                              January 9, 1998

       CJIAB Administrative Subgroup Members                                  Phone     Fax
       Dept. of Public Safety            Ken Bischoff                       465-4336   586-2762
       Dept. of Health & Social Services Russ Webb                          465-3191   465-3397
       Dept. of Administration           Mark Badger                        465-2220   465-3450
       Dept. of Corrections              Dwayne Peeples                     465-3376   465-3253
       Dept. of Law                      Dean Guaneli                       465-3428   465-4043
       Alaska Court System               Robert Fisher                      264-8215   264-8292
       Alaska Judicial Council           William Cotton                     279-2526   276-5046
       Police Chiefs Representative      Duane Udland (APD)                 786-8590   786-8638
       Public Member                     Susan Humphrey-Barnette            261-3694   261-4894
                               FY98 Meetings: September 3, 1997

       CJIAB Technical Subgroup Members
       Dept. of Public Safety            Kathleen Mather                    269-5703   269-5617
       Dept. of Health & Social Services Steven Rice                        465-2882   465-3397
       Dept. of Administration           Stan Herrera                       465-5798   465-3450
       Dept. of Corrections              Chuck Greeson                      465-3313   465-3253
       Dept. of Law                      Ed Christian                       465-5418   465-5419
       Alaska Court System               Guy Gallaway                       264-8211   264-8285
       Alaska Judicial Council           Alan McKelvie                      279-2526   276-5046
       Police Chiefs Representative      Jeff Wood (APD)                    786-8545   786-8583


       [a] Minutes of board meetings are available upon request from DPS.




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                    AS 12.62.110. CENTRAL REPOSITORY RESPONSIBILITIES


 DPS' Division of Administrative Services operates the state central repository of criminal justice information.

       The Information Systems Section is responsible for

                   APSIN, the Alaska Public Safety Information Network, an on-line, real time data processing system
                   containing over 10 million records, with approximately 2800 computer programs supporting over
                   100 on-line functions, operating 24 hours/day, for over 2500 authorized users employed by local,
                   state, and federal criminal justice agencies;

                   Control Terminal Agency duties for network communications and links with the FBI's NCIC
                   (National Crime Information Center) and other states via NLETS, the National Law Enforcement
                   Telecommunications System;

                   smaller applications and interfaces, such as CARDS (a fingerprint workflow and revenue tracking
                   system), SORCR (sex offender registry software and its Internet access), UCR (uniform crime
                   report) desktop publishing, imaging systems, and livescan fingerprint machines, and other
                   special queries/programs to provide and/or exchange data and statistics;

                   implementation of other local, state, and regional interfaces, including WIN (Western Identification
                   Network), motor vehicle, police, courts, prosecutors, and corrections information systems;

                   other technical, programming, and network support, such as Year 2000 evaluation, remediation, and
                   compliance;

                   audits and training for compliance with APSIN and NCIC laws and policies.




       The Records and Identification Bureau (R&I) is responsible for:

                   data entry/updates of criminal history records and related information in APSIN;

                   source document archives for APSIN records;

                   criminal/applicant fingerprint records and latent crime scene fingerprint processing through
                   AFIS (Automated Fingerprint Identification System);

                   driver's license and booking photos maintenance, for police line-ups and other functions;


                   processing requests and fees for state and national criminal history background check reports;


                   audits and training for agencies submitting criminal justice information to the repository;


                   correcting records and notifying other agencies/individuals of the corrections.




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                                            TABLE 110A. APSIN PERSON RECORDS: CRIMINAL/NONCRIMINAL

                                                             as of +/- prior        as of +/- prior     as of +/- prior     as of +/- prior     as of +/- prior
Type of Record                                             6/30/98     year       6/30/97     year    6/30/96     year    6/30/95     year    6/30/94     year

Total                                                    1,491,728        n/a

  Persons With No Criminal History Record                1,281,812        n/a
  Persons With Criminal History Record                    209,916         n/a
    with most serious conviction a felony                  20,590         n/a
    with most serious conviction a misdemeanor            140,326         n/a
    with no conviction(s), but with arrest(s) [a]          49,000         n/a




[a] Felony/misdemeanor indicator is set in APSIN only after conviction.




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                                TABLE 110B. AFIS DATABASE: TENPRINT/LATENT RECORDS AND HITS


                                                     as of +/- prior        as of +/- prior        as of +/- prior         as of +/- prior           as of +/- prior
Type of AFIS Record                                6/30/98     year       6/30/97     year       6/30/96     year        6/30/95     year          6/30/94     year


Total [a]                                         228,154       7%       213,583        n/a

   Tenprints [b]                                  225,826       7%       211,535        n/a
      Male                                        166,720       5%       158,086        n/a
      Female                                       59,095      11%        53,437        n/a
      Unknown                                          11      -8%            12        n/a
   Latents [c]                                      2,328      14%          2,048       n/a




False ID Hits [d]                               over 7,200      n/a

"Cold Hits" [e]                                 over 1,000      n/a


[a] AFIS record refers to a record identifying a person, not an event - a person with multiple fingerprint cards on file has a single "AFIS record".
[b] "Tenprint" refers to fingerprints received on FBI criminal card/format (from booking facility) or applicant card (for employment/licensing).
[c] "Latent" refers to crime scene fingerprints received from law enforcement.
[d] Since 1984 - number of times AFIS detected a person attempting to use a false name or identification.
[e] Since 1984 - number of times AFIS matched incoming tenprint record to crime scene latents stored in AFIS.




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                  TABLE 110C. TENPRINT FINGERPRINT RECORDS PROCESSED ANNUALLY: CRIMINAL/NONCRIMINAL

                                                                 +/- prior                   +/- prior            +/- prior          +/- prior          +/- prior
Tenprint FP Record Type                                  FY98        year           FY97         year    FY96         year    FY95       year    FY94       year

Total                                                   39,013      25%            31,093         10%    28,309       n/a

      Criminal [a]                                      23,380      38%            16,912         11%    15,294       n/a
         Rec'd by mail                                  15,333
         Rec'd electronically (livescan)                 8,047

      Appplicant [b]                                    12,831      10%            11,701          5%    11,150       n/a
        For work w/ children/dep. adults                 7,195
        For insurance employment                         1,453
        For concealed handgun permit [c]                 1,612
        For other non-criminal emplmt/lic.               1,519
        For criminal justice employment                  1,052

      Juvenile [d]                                       1,108       -6%             1,185    495%         199        n/a
         Anchorage Youth Facility                          307
         Fairbanks Youth Facility                          291
         Juneau Youth Facility                             114
         Bethel Youth Facility                             141
         Other youth facilities                            255

      Sex Offender Registration [e]                       764       31%                585        -40%     980        n/a

      DNA [f]                                             259      -22%                333    141%         138        n/a

      Elimination [g]                                     671       78%                377        -31%     548        n/a

      Other [h]                                              0       0%                  0         0%        0        n/a



[a]   See AS 12.80.060.
[b]   See AS 12.62.160(c)(3).
[c]   See AS 18.65.700.
[d]   See AS 47.12.210; AS 44.41.025; Juvenile Fingerprinting Letter of Agreement (DHSS-DPS] dated March 14, 1996.
[e]   See AS 12.63.010.
[f]   See AS 44.41.035.
[g]   This refers to prints submitted for crime scene identification.
[h]   This includes voluntary submissions under AS 44.41.025.




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                              TABLE 110D. PHOTOGRAPHS PROCESSED ANNUALLY: CRIMINAL/NONCRIMINAL

                                                                     +/- prior                   +/- prior             +/- prior          +/- prior          +/- prior
Photo Type                                                   FY98        year         FY97           year     FY96         year    FY95       year    FY94       year

Total                                                      160,819       9%         147,851         30%      113,723       n/a

   Noncriminal: Driver's License/State ID Card [a]         137,298       3%         133,258         29%      103,204        n/a

   Criminal: Booking Photos [b]                             23,521      61%          14,593         39%       10,519        n/a



[a] Duplicate photos are provided to the repository by the Department of Administration, Division of Motor Vehicles.
[b] See 13 AAC 68.150.




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                                TABLE 110E. APSIN USERS, BY AGENCY

                Agency                                  Office/Division/Location         Users [a]

                Total                                                                       2,615

                State Dept. of Public Safety Total                                            711

                State Dept. of Public Safety            Palmer AST                             60
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Admin. Svcs.                           51
                State Dept. of Public Safety            AST HQ - Fbks                          45
                State Dept. of Public Safety            DPS Information Systems                37
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Anch AST-JS                            30
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Anch AST Fish & Wildlife               27
                State Dept. of Public Safety            AST Soldotna Enforcement               27
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Anch AST-Directors Office              26
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Ketchikan AST                          26
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Anch AST-CIB                           24
                State Dept. of Public Safety            AST Enforcement - Fbks                 21
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Bethel AST                             21
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Anchorage AST Dispatch                 19
                State Dept. of Public Safety            DPS Crime Lab                          16
                State Dept. of Public Safety            R&I-Anchorage                          16
                State Dept. of Public Safety            FWP Kodiak Enforcement                 15
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Anch AST-Drugs                         14
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Anch AST-Post                          14
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Kodiak AST                             13
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Soldotna AST HQ                        13
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Fire Marshal's Office-Director         12
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Fairbanks AST-JS                       11
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Anch AST Permits & Lic                 10
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Villiage Public Safety Office          10
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Glennallen AST                          9
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Nome AST                                9
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Sitka AST                               9
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Soldotna F&WP                           9
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Anch AST-Intell                         7
                State Dept. of Public Safety            FWP Palmer Enforcement                  7
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Juneau AST                              7
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Kotzebue AST                            7
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Talkeetna AST                           7
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Anchorage DPS Supply                    6
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Dillingham AST                          6
                State Dept. of Public Safety            FWP Fairbanks                           6
                State Dept. of Public Safety            FWP Juneau Enforcement                  6
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Tok AST                                 6
                State Dept. of Public Safety            AST Palmer HQ                           5
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Homer AST                               5
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Palmer AST-JS                           5
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Cordova FWP Enforcement                 4
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Delta Junction AST                      4
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Fairbanks Regional Ofc                  4
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Fire Marshal's Office-Juneau            4
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Palmer AST-Drugs                        4
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Juneau AST Metro Unit                   3
                State Dept. of Public Safety            R&I-Juneau                              3
                State Dept. of Public Safety            FWP Hoonah Enforcement                  2
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                                TABLE 110E. APSIN USERS, BY AGENCY

                Agency                                  Office/Division/Location             Users [a]
                State Dept. of Public Safety            FWP Sitka Enforcement                        2
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Haines AST                                   2
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Juneau AST JS                                2
                State Dept. of Public Safety            AST Kenai Judicial Services                  1
                State Dept. of Public Safety            Fire Marshal's Office-Anchorage              1
                State Dept. of Public Safety            FWP Nome Enforcement                         1

                Municipal Agency Total                                                            563
                Municipal Agency                        Anch Police Dept.                         221
                Municipal Agency                        Anchorage City Attorney                    30
                Municipal Agency                        Juneau Police Dept                         30
                Municipal Agency                        Wasilla Police Dept                        29
                Municipal Agency                        Fairbanks Police Dept                      26
                Municipal Agency                        Palmer Police Dept                         25
                Municipal Agency                        Kenai Police Dept                          19
                Municipal Agency                        Homer Police Dept                          12
                Municipal Agency                        Sitka Police Dept                          12
                Municipal Agency                        Valdez Police Dept                         12
                Municipal Agency                        Barrow Police Dept                         10
                Municipal Agency                        Kodiak Police Dept                         10
                Municipal Agency                        Wrangell Police Dept.                      10
                Municipal Agency                        Craig Police Dept                           9
                Municipal Agency                        Ketchikan Police Dept                       9
                Municipal Agency                        Dillingham Police Dept                      8
                Municipal Agency                        Haines Police Dept                          8
                Municipal Agency                        Municipality of Anchorage                   8
                Municipal Agency                        Bethel Police Dept                          7
                Municipal Agency                        Bristol Bay Police Dept                     7
                Municipal Agency                        North Pole Police Dept                      7
                Municipal Agency                        Seward Police Dept                          7
                Municipal Agency                        Unalaska Police Dept                        7
                Municipal Agency                        Cordova Police Dept                         6
                Municipal Agency                        Petersburg Police Dept                      6
                Municipal Agency                        Skagway Police Dept                         6
                Municipal Agency                        Anch Muni Transportation Inspect            4
                Municipal Agency                        Anchorage Muni I/M Program                  4
                Municipal Agency                        Fbks N. Star Borough I/M Program            4
                Municipal Agency                        Hoonah Police Dept                          4
                Municipal Agency                        Dillingham DA's Office                      2
                Municipal Agency                        Kake Police Dept                            2
                Municipal Agency                        Anchorage Municipal Fire Marshal/Invest     1
                Municipal Agency                        Soldotna Police Dept                        1




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                                TABLE 110E. APSIN USERS, BY AGENCY

                Agency                                     Office/Division/Location           Users [a]

                State Dept. of Corrections Total                                                   552
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Seward Corrections                       63
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Palmer Corrections                       62
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Kenai Corr/Pre-Trial                     55
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Anch 6th Ave Corrections                 52
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Cook Inlet Pre-Trial                     43
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Anchorage Adult Probation                36
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Fairbanks Corrections                    32
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Eagle River Corrections                  31
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Nome Corrections                         29
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Juneau Corr/ Lemon Creek                 25
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Palmer Mat-Su Pre-Trial                  25
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Ketchikan Corrections                    22
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Juneau Corrections/Central               13
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Pt. McKenzie Rehab                       11
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Bethel Corrections                        8
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Juneau Probation                          7
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Palmer Probation                          6
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Anch Corrections/Central                  5
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Bethel Probation                          5
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Fairbanks Probation                       5
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Ketchikan Probation                       4
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Dillingham Probation                      2
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Kenai Probation                           2
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Kodiak Probation                          2
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Nome Probation                            2
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Sitka Probation                           2
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Barrow Probation/Parole                   1
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Corrections Training Center               1
                State Dept. of Corrections                 Kotzebue Probation                        1

                State Dept. of Administration Total                                                271
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Anchorage                            65
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Drivers Services Juneau              45
                State Dept. of Administration              Juneau Data Center                       27
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Field Service HQ                     22
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Fairbanks                            19
                State Dept. of Administration              Anchorage Data Center                    16
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Driver Improvement Anchorage         15
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Fiscal Svc HQ                        13
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Palmer                                9
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Soldotna                              6
                State Dept. of Administration              Anch Public Defenders                     5
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Eagle River                           3
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Juneau                                3
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Ketchikan                             3
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Anchorage Dwtwn Ofc                   2
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Bethel                                2
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Homer                                 2
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Juneau State Office Bldg              2
                State Dept. of Administration              DMV Kodiak                                2
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                                TABLE 110E. APSIN USERS, BY AGENCY

                Agency                                  Office/Division/Location            Users [a]
                State Dept. of Administration           DMV Cordova                                 1
                State Dept. of Administration           DMV Delta Junction                          1
                State Dept. of Administration           DMV Haines                                  1
                State Dept. of Administration           DMV Nome                                    1
                State Dept. of Administration           DMV Seward                                  1
                State Dept. of Administration           DMV Sitka                                   1
                State Dept. of Administration           DMV Tok                                     1
                State Dept. of Administration           DMV Unalaska                                1
                State Dept. of Administration           DMV Valdez                                  1
                State Dept. of Administration           Fairbanks Data Center                       1

                Federal Agency Total                                                             223
                Federal Agency                          Eielson Security Police                   29
                Federal Agency                          Elmendorf Security Police                 22
                Federal Agency                          Ft. Wainwright Sec. Police                19
                Federal Agency                          Ft. Richardson Sec. Police                18
                Federal Agency                          US-Fed Bureau Of Invest                   18
                Federal Agency                          US Marshal's Office                       16
                Federal Agency                          US Probation                              15
                Federal Agency                          US Immigration & Nat                      14
                Federal Agency                          US Customs/Border                         13
                Federal Agency                          US Postal Inspection                       9
                Federal Agency                          Alcohol/Tobacco/Firearms                   7
                Federal Agency                          Elmendorf OSI                              7
                Federal Agency                          Federal Aviation Security                  7
                Federal Agency                          Internal Revenue Service                   7
                Federal Agency                          US-Drug Enforcement                        7
                Federal Agency                          US Protective Service                      6
                Federal Agency                          US Customs-Anch                            5
                Federal Agency                          US Fish/Wildlife Enforcemt                 4

                State Dept. of Law Total                                                          60
                State Dept. of Law                      Anchorage DA's Office                     27
                State Dept. of Law                      Fairbanks DA's Office                      7
                State Dept. of Law                      District Attorney Palmer                   6
                State Dept. of Law                      Attorney Generals Office-Civil             4
                State Dept. of Law                      Attorney Generals Office-Criminal          4
                State Dept. of Law                      Juneau DA's Office                         4
                State Dept. of Law                      Bethel District Attorney                   3
                State Dept. of Law                      Ketchikan DA's Office                      3
                State Dept. of Law                      Kodiak DA's Office                         2




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                                TABLE 110E. APSIN USERS, BY AGENCY

                Agency                                    Office/Division/Location          Users [a]

                State Dept. of Health/Social Services Total                                       52
                State Dept. of Health/Social Services     H&SS-Anchorage Family Services          15
                State Dept. of Health/Social Services     Alcohol Safety                          14
                State Dept. of Health/Social Services     Anchorage Youth Facility                 6
                State Dept. of Health/Social Services     H&SS Public Health                       6
                State Dept. of Health/Social Services     H&SS-Palmer Family Services              4
                State Dept. of Health/Social Services     Fairbanks Youth Corrections              2
                State Dept. of Health/Social Services     H&SS-Fairbanks                           2
                State Dept. of Health/Social Services     Johnson Human Services                   2
                State Dept. of Health/Social Services     H&SS-Juneau - Family Services            1

                State Dept. of Transportation Total                                               42
                State Dept. of Transportation             Fairbanks Airport Police                28
                State Dept. of Transportation             Airport Safety                          14

                Vehicle I/M testing Total                                                         31
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M QwikLube 36th & Old Seward           2
                Vehicle I/M testing                       Alaska Sales & Svc Anchorage             1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       Anchorage Chrysler                       1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       Best Car Wash & Lube Anchorage           1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       Continental Honda                        1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       Continental Motors                       1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       DMV 5th Ave. Auto                        1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       DMV Alaska Trucking Assoc                1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       DMV Car Care Center                      1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       DMV Envirotest                           1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       Dollar Rent-A-Car Anchorage              1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       Eero Volkswagen                          1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Jim's 19th Ave. Fairbanks            1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Espress Lube Huffman                 1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Espress Lube Northway                1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Espress Lube Old Seward              1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Gabe's Peger Rd. Fairbanks           1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Gene's Chrysler                      1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Midtown Carwash                      1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Mike's University Fairbanks          1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Q Lube Dimond                        1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Q Lube Fairbanks                     1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Q Lube Tudor                         1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Q Lube Bragaw                        1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Quality Tune Ingra                   1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Quality Tune Tudor                   1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M QwikLube 4627 Old Seward             1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M QwikLube Eagle River                 1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M QwikLube Fairbanks                   1
                Vehicle I/M testing                       I/M Speedy Lube                          1




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                                TABLE 110E. APSIN USERS, BY AGENCY

                Agency                                     Office/Division/Location             Users [a]

                State: University of Alaska Total                                                         31
                State: University of Alaska                University Police-Fairbanks                    18
                State: University of Alaska                University Police-Anchorage                     8
                State: University of Alaska                U. of A. Anchorage Parking                      5

                Alaska Court System Total                                                                 25
                Alaska Court System                        Anchorage District Court                       19
                Alaska Court System                        Fairbanks District Court                        4
                Alaska Court System                        Juneau District Court                           2

                State Dept. of Military/Veterans Affairs Total                                            16
                State Dept. of Military/Veterans Affairs   Air National Guard                             13
                State Dept. of Military/Veterans Affairs   Div. of Emergency Services                      3

                State Dept. of Revenue Total                                                              14
                State Dept. of Revenue                     Child Support Enforcement Division             8
                State Dept. of Revenue                     ABC Board - Enforcement                        4
                State Dept. of Revenue                     Permanent Fund-Enforce                         1
                State Dept. of Revenue                     Revenue/Charitable Gaming                      1
                State Dept. of Labor Total                                                                12
                State Dept. of Labor                       Labor Standards & Safety                        8
                State Dept. of Labor                       Employment Security                             4
                State Dept. of Natural Resources Total                                                    8
                State Dept. of Natural Resources       Mat-Su Parks & Rec.                                4
                State Dept. of Natural Resources       State Park Rangers S Dist Kenai                    3
                State Dept. of Natural Resources       State Park Rangers - Fairbanks                     1

                State Dept. of Commerce Total                                                             3
                State Dept. of Commerce                    Dept Commerce/Ins-Fraud                        3

                State Dept. of Environ. Conservation Total                                                1
                State Dept. of Environ. Conservation  DEC - Enforcement                                   1

                [a] Not all agencies/users have full access to APSIN; some agencies (e.g., noncriminal,
                    non-government agencies such as those handling DMV and I/M duties) must have
                    access to noncriminal justice (vehicle) information through the National Law
                    Enforcement Telecommunications Network (NLETS), which requires an APSIN
                    account even though the user is not authorized access to APSIN records (controlled
                    through password protection).




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                                  TABLE 110F. APSIN/NCIC/NLETS TRANSACTIONS: ANNUAL VOLUME

                                                             +/- prior                   +/- prior               +/- prior             +/- prior             +/- prior
  Transaction Type                                    FY98       year            FY97        year        FY96        year      FY95        year      FY94        year


  Total APSIN Transactions [a]                   2,132,355        n/a
      Display Basic Person                         936,062        n/a
      Display Wants/Warrants                       630,505        n/a
      Display Full Criminal History                227,351        n/a
      Display Convictions Only                     322,877        n/a
      Display "Interested Person Report" [b]        10,092        n/a
      Display "Any Person Report" [c]                2,366        n/a
      Display "Criminal History Report"[d]           3,102        n/a


  Total NCIC Transactions [e]                      961,445      23%           782,371         5%      748,043       16%      643,620      23%      523,743         n/a
      Hot File Records[f]                          815,064      24%            656,804        4%       632,188      18%      535,580      18%      453,174         n/a
      Interstate Identification Index [g]          146,381      17%            125,567        8%       115,855        7%     108,040      53%       70,569         n/a


  Total NLETS Transactions [h]                   1,013,140      -4%         1,050,945          1%    1,041,504        n/a
      Alaska to Other States                       645,380       8%           599,187          4%      577,944        n/a
      Other States to Alaska                       367,760     -19%           451,758         -3%      463,560        n/a


  [a] There are additional types of APSIN transactions that are not included in this table.
  [b] See 13 AAC 68.315.
  [c] See 13 AAC 68.310.
  [d] See 13 AAC 68.305(b) and (c).
  [e] This means the number of times NCIC was accessed through APSIN, by an Alaskan user.
  [f] NCIC "hot files" include stolen property, wanted, missing, and unidentified persons, and protective orders.
  [g] "III" records include national criminal history records maintained by the FBI and automated access to other state records based on state record
      "pointers" maintained by the FBI.
  [h] NLETS means the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System, used to exchange law enforcement information between states.




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               AS 12.62.120. REPORTING OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION


        Public Safety, after consultation with the CJIAB, enacted regulations defining the time, manner, and
        format for agencies to report events to the repository. For more information about the reporting
        requirements, which became effective on January 10, 1997, refer to:


                13 AAC 68.100       Reporting Procedures
                13 AAC 68.105       Arrest Warrant
                13 AAC 68.110       Domestic Violence Protective Order
                13 AAC 68.112       Location Information
                13 AAC 68.115       Arrest or Citation
                13 AAC 68.120       Required Submission of Fingerprints
                13 AAC 68.125       Voluntary Submission and Removal of Fingerprints
                13 AAC 68.130       Decision Not to Commence Criminal Proceedings
                13 AAC 68.135       Filing of a Charging Document
                13 AAC 68.140       Court Disposition
                13 AAC 68.145       Executive Clemency
                13 AAC 68.150       Admission Photograph
                13 AAC 68.155       Correctional Status Information
                13 AAC 68.160       Waiver of Requirements




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                                                      TABLE 120A. WARRANTS IN APSIN

                                                     on +/- prior        on +/- prior          on +/- prior          on +/- prior        on +/- prior
       Type of Warrant[a]                       6/30/98     year    6/30/97     year      6/30/96     year      6/30/95     year    6/30/94     year

       Total                                    25,421       n/a
             Felony                              1,483        n/a
             Misdemeanor                         4,337        n/a
             Bench                              19,601        n/a


       [a] The law enforcement agency entering the warrant information selects warrant type from a table in APSIN.




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                                   TABLE 120B. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTIVE ORDERS IN APSIN

                                                       on +/- prior            on +/- prior            on +/- prior        on +/- prior        on +/- prior
     Type of Protective Order                     6/30/98     year        6/30/97     year        6/30/96     year    6/30/95     year    6/30/94     year

     Total                                          7,586       n/a
          Inactive [a]                              6,437       n/a
          Active                                    1,149       n/a
              Protective Order [b]                    352       n/a
              Ex Parte [c]                            268       n/a
              Emergency [d]                             2       n/a
              Restraining Order [e]                   527       n/a


      [a] See AS 18.65.540(a), requiring expired orders to be retained in the central registry.
      [b] See AS 18.66.100.
      [c] See AS 18.66.110(a).
      [d] See AS 18.66.110(b).
      [e] See section 74, Chapter 64 SLA 1996, re. orders issued under former AS 25.35.




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                                                TABLE 120C. CRIMINAL CHARGES IN APSIN

                                                      on +/- prior           on +/- prior          on +/- prior           on +/- prior         on +/- prior
     Type of Charge                              6/30/98     year       6/30/97     year      6/30/96     year       6/30/95     year     6/30/94     year

     Total [a]                                  802,552        n/a
          Felony                                  32,300       n/a
          Misdemeanor                           429,992        n/a

          Nonconviction [b]                     340,260        n/a


      [a] Charge means individual charge or count; for example an arrest for one count of burglary and two counts of theft = 3 charges.
      [b] Felony/misdemeanor indicator is set in APSIN only after conviction.




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     TABLE 120D. CHARGES ENTERED IN APSIN ANNUALLY, SORTED BY ARREST
                                AGENCY
Location         Arrest Agency [a]                 FY98              FY97   FY96   FY95              FY94

TOTAL CHARGES [b]                                 45,099

ANCHORAGE        POLICE DEPT                      14,535
FAIRBANKS        POLICE DEPT                       2,546
JUNEAU           POLICE DEPT                       2,181
ANCHORAGE        DISTRICT COURT                    1,576
PALMER           AST ENFORCEMENT                   1,476
FAIRBANKS        AST ENFORCEMENT                   1,469
SOLDOTNA         AST ENFORCEMENT                   1,173
BETHEL           DEPT OF CORRECTIONS               1,164
KETCHIKAN        POLICE DEPT                       1,043
WASILLA          POLICE DEPT                        758
KENAI            POLICE DEPT                        731
N. SLOPE BOR.    POLICE DEPT                        709
NOME             AST ENFORCEMENT                    584
BETHEL           POLICE DEPT                        582
KODIAK           POLICE DEPT                        562
HOMER            POLICE DEPT                        539
KOTZEBUE         POLICE DEPT                        530
PALMER           POLICE DEPT                        491
ANCHORAGE        DEPT OF CORRECTIONS                450
SOLDOTNA         POLICE DEPT                        439
PALMER           DISTRICT COURT                     404
FAIRBANKS        UNIVERSITY POLICE                  353
DILLINGHAM       POLICE DEPT                        349
FAIRBANKS        DISTRICT COURT                     348
CRAIG            POLICE DEPT                        346
BETHEL           DISTRICT COURT                     335
UNALASKA         POLICE DEPT                        332
JUNEAU           DISTRICT COURT                     304
VALDEZ           POLICE DEPT                        302
SITKA            POLICE DEPT                        298
NOME             POLICE DEPT                        295
KOTZEBUE         AST ENFORCEMENT                    295
ANCHORAGE        AIRPORT POLICE                     271
SEWARD           POLICE DEPT                        270
KODIAK           DISTRICT COURT                     259
ANCHORAGE        AST ENFORCEMENT                    256
KETCHIKAN        AST ENFORCEMENT                    238
KENAI            DISTRICT COURT                     215
NORTH POLE       POLICE DEPT                        204
EMMONAK          MAGISTRATE COURT                   173
WRANGELL         POLICE DEPT                        171
FAIRBANKS        AIRPORT POLICE                     169
CORDOVA          POLICE DEPT                        161
ANCHORAGE        SUPERIOR COURT                     160
DILLINGHAM       MAGISTRATE COURT                   158
FAIRBANKS        SUPERIOR COURT                     147
DELTA JUNCT.     AST ENFORCEMENT                    145
KETCHIKAN        DISTRICT COURT                     144
HAINES           POLICE DEPT                        140
SEWARD           AST ENFORCEMENT                    130
PETERSBURG       POLICE DEPT                        125

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                                 AGENCY
Location         Arrest Agency [a]                 FY98              FY97   FY96   FY95              FY94
HOMER            AST ENFORCEMENT                    123
PALMER           DEPT OF CORRECTIONS                120
KODIAK           AST ENFORCEMENT                    120
GIRDWOOD         AST ENFORCEMENT                    118
HOONAH           POLICE DEPT                        116
BIG LAKE         AST ENFORCEMENT                    109
PALMER           SUPERIOR COURT                     103
KOTZEBUE         DISTRICT COURT                     102
TALKEETNA        AST ENFORCEMENT                    101
SITKA            DISTRICT COURT                       99
GALENA           AST ENFORCEMENT                      98
PETERSBURG       DISTRICT COURT                       92
NOME             DISTRICT COURT                       83
BETHEL           AST ENFORCEMENT                      82
ST. MARY'S       MAGISTRATE COURT                     80
BARROW           DISTRICT COURT                       77
GLENNALLEN       AST ENFORCEMENT                      71
FT. YUKON        MAGISTRATE COURT                     69
CRAIG            MAGISTRATE COURT                     64
TOK              AST ENFORCEMENT                      64
YAKUTAT          MAGISTRATE COURT                     63
SAND POINT       MAGISTRATE COURT                     61
VALDEZ           DISTRICT COURT                       61
KLAWOCK          AST ENFORCEMENT                      60
KOTZEBUE         VPSO                                 59
CHEVAK           DISTRICT COURT                       58
NOME             DEPT OF CORRECTIONS                  55
FAIRBANKS        VPSO                                 54
ANCHORAGE        UNIVERSITY POLICE                    53
ST. PAUL         MAGISTRATE COURT                     50
HOONAH           MAGISTRATE COURT                     49
FAIRBANKS        DEPT OF CORRECTIONS                  49
NORTHWAY         AST ENFORCEMENT                      48
KENAI            SUPERIOR COURT                       47
ANIAK            MAGISTRATE COURT                     47
GLENNALLEN       DISTRICT COURT                       47
BETHEL           SUPERIOR COURT                       41
UNALASKA         MAGISTRATE COURT                     41
KENAI            DEPT OF CORRECTIONS                  41
NENANA           AST ENFORCEMENT                      39
JUNEAU           AST ENFORCEMENT                      37
YAKUTAT          POLICE DEPT                          35
KAKE             POLICE DEPT                          34
NAKNEK           DISTRICT COURT                       34
KAKE             MAGISTRATE COURT                     33
NAKNEK           MAGISTRATE COURT                     30
KAKE             DISTRICT COURT                       30
JUNEAU           VPSO                                 29
HOMER            DISTRICT COURT                       29
CANTWELL         AST ENFORCEMENT                      29
WRANGELL         DISTRICT COURT                       28
JUNEAU           DEPT OF CORRECTIONS                  27
JUNEAU           SUPERIOR COURT                       25


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      TABLE 120D. CHARGES ENTERED IN APSIN ANNUALLY, SORTED BY ARREST
                                 AGENCY
Location         Arrest Agency [a]                 FY98              FY97   FY96   FY95              FY94
NINILCHIK        AST ENFORCEMENT                      25
KOTZEBUE         SUPERIOR COURT                       24
SAND POINT       POLICE DEPT                          24
SEWARD           DISTRICT COURT                       23
FAIRBANKS        AST INVESTIGATIONS                   22
COOPER LNDG      AST ENFORCEMENT                      21
KETCHIKAN        SUPERIOR COURT                       20
ANGOON           MAGISTRATE COURT                     20
SELDOVIA         POLICE DEPT                          19
GALENA           DISTRICT COURT                       18
VALDEZ           SUPERIOR COURT                       17
BRISTOL BAY      POLICE DEPT                          17
KLAWOCK          FWP ENFORCEMENT                      17
DILLINGHAM       SUPERIOR COURT                       16
ANCHORAGE        AST                                  15
ST. PAUL         POLICE DEPT                          14
WHITTIER         MAGISTRATE COURT                     13
DELTA JUNCT.     DISTRICT COURT                       13
SKAGWAY          MAGISTRATE COURT                     12
TOK              DISTRICT COURT                       12
PETERSBURG       AST ENFORCEMENT                      12
BARROW           SUPERIOR COURT                       11
MCGRATH          MAGISTRATE COURT                     11
PALMER           FWP ENFORCEMENT                      11
SOLDOTNA         FWP ENFORCEMENT                      11
JUNEAU           AST METRO UNIT                       11
CORDOVA          AST ENFORCEMENT                      11
FT. YUKON        POLICE DEPT                          10
GLENNALLEN       SUPERIOR COURT                        9
KODIAK           SUPERIOR COURT                        9
MAT-SU           REGIONAL OFFICE                       9
TOKIAK           POLICE DEPT                           9
PT. HOPE         MAGISTRATE COURT                      9
SELAWIK          MAGISTRATE COURT                      9
KING SALMON      AST ENFORCEMENT                       9
WRANGELL         MAGISTRATE COURT                      8
KETCHIKAN        DEPT OF CORRECTIONS                   8
HAINES           AST ENFORCEMENT                       8
NOME             SUPERIOR COURT                        7
NENANA           POLICE DEPT                           7
GALENA           MAGISTRATE COURT                      7
HAINES           MAGISTRATE COURT                      7
BRISTOL BAY      VPSO                                  6
MCGRATH          VPSO                                  6
UNALAKLEET       MAGISTRATE COURT                      6
GLENNALLEN       FWP ENFORCEMENT                       6
ANCHORAGE        CMRCL VEHIC ENFRCMT                   6
MT. VILLAGE      VPSO                                  5
NENANA           MAGISTRATE COURT                      5
ANCHORAGE        FWP ENFORCEMENT                       5
CORDOVA          DISTRICT COURT                        5
SAND POINT       AST ENFORCEMENT                       5
PETERSBURG       SUPERIOR COURT                        4


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                                AGENCY
Location         Arrest Agency [a]                 FY98              FY97   FY96   FY95              FY94
UNALASKA         SUPERIOR COURT                        4
SKAGWAY          POLICE DEPT                           4
HOMER            FWP ENFORCEMENT                       4
VALDEZ           FWP ENFORCEMENT                       4
ANCHORAGE        AST MAJOR CRIME UNIT                  4
BETHEL           AST INVESTIGATIONS                    4
DILLINGHAM       AST ENFORCEMENT                       4
OTHER            ALCOHOL BEV CONTRL BD                 4
BETHEL           VPSO                                  3
WRANGELL         SUPERIOR COURT                        3
METLAKATLA       POLICE DEPT                           3
KIANA            MAGISTRATE COURT                      3
NOORVIK          MAGISTRATE COURT                      3
FAIRBANKS        FWP ENFORCEMENT                       3
JUNEAU           FWP ENFORCEMENT                       3
KETCHIKAN        FWP ENFORCEMENT                       3
KETCHIKAN        DEPT OF LAW (D.A.)                    3
KETCHIKAN        AST INVESTIGATIONS                    3
PALMER           AST INVESTIGATIONS                    3
ANCHORAGE        AST "C" DET. HQ                       3
ANCHORAGE        U.S. FOREST SERVICE                   2
FAIRBANKS        REGIONAL OFFICE                       2
SOUTHEAST        REGIONAL OFFICE                       2
AMCHITKA         MAGISTRATE COURT                      2
TANANA           MAGISTRATE COURT                      2
ANCHORAGE        DPS INFO SYSTEMS [c]                  2
KETCHIKAN        DETENTION HOME                        2
ANCHORAGE        AST WHITE COLLAR CRIME                2
ANCHORAGE        AST JUDICIAL SVCS                     2
FAIRBANKS        AST JUDICIAL SVCS                     2
SOLDOTNA         AST JUDICIAL SVCS                     2
SOLDOTNA         AST INVESTIGATIONS                    2
CROWN POINT      AST ENFORCEMENT                       2
ST. MARY'S       AST ENFORCEMENT                       2
VALDEZ           AST ENFORCEMENT                       2
ANCHORAGE        AST E DET. VPSO POST                  2
HOMER            VPSO                                  1
KOTLIK           VPSO                                  1
NONDALTON        VPSO                                  1
JUNEAU           SUPREME COURT                         1
NAKNEK           SUPERIOR COURT                        1
KLAWOCK          POLICE DEPT                           1
ST. MARY'S       POLICE DEPT                           1
WHITTIER         POLICE DEPT                           1
GLENNALLEN       MAGISTRATE COURT                      1
HEALY            MAGISTRATE COURT                      1
PELICAN          MAGISTRATE COURT                      1
PETERSBURG       MAGISTRATE COURT                      1
SHEMYA           MAGISTRATE COURT                      1
VALDEZ           MAGISTRATE COURT                      1
BIG LAKE         FWP ENFORCEMENT                       1
CORDOVA          FWP ENFORCEMENT                       1
MCGRATH          FWP ENFORCEMENT                       1


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                                AGENCY
Location         Arrest Agency [a]                  FY98             FY97           FY96             FY95              FY94
SEWARD           FWP ENFORCEMENT                       1
SITKA            FWP ENFORCEMENT                       1
TALKEETNA        FWP ENFORCEMENT                       1
SITKA            DPS ACADEMY                           1
FAIRBANKS        DEPT OF LAW (D.A.)                    1
CRAIG            AST ENFORCEMENT                       1
FY YUKON         AST ENFORCEMENT                       1
HOLY CROSS       AST ENFORCEMENT                       1
YAKUTAT          AST ENFORCEMENT                       1


[a] "Arrest Agency" means the agency shown in APSIN to have made the arrest or filed the charge. If the
     repository receives a source document (e.g., fingerprint card, prosecutor declination, court judgment) about
     a charge not recorded in APSIN, repository staff must create an "arrest record" in order to add the
     information from the source document. If the actual arrest agency is unknown, or if there was no arrest,
     the repository may use the name of the agency listed on the source document as the "arrest" agency.

[b] Charge means individual charge or count; for example an arrest for one count of burglary and two counts
    of theft = 3 charges.

[c] Records entered by Information Systems are test records.




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        TABLE 120E. MANDATORY FINGERPRINTING COMPLIANCE LAST YEAR: FELONY/MISDEMEANOR/NONCONVICTION


DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                                    All Charges   % FP                Felony Chg      % FP   Misd. Chg.   % FP   Non- convict[b]    % FP


Total Charges/ % FP [c]                                     42,592    62%                         2,523   77%        22,209   66%            17,860     55%

SUPERIOR COURT            UNALASKA                              24    100%                           8    100%           1    100%               15     100%

SUPERIOR COURT            CORDOVA                                9    100%                           3    100%           0     N/A                6     100%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY         JUNEAU                                 8    100%                           0     N/A           0     N/A                8     100%

MAGISTRATE                CORDOVA                                4    100%                           0     N/A           3    100%                1     100%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY         1ST JUD. DIST.                         2    100%                           0     N/A           0     N/A                2     100%

MAGISTRATE                BARROW                                 2    100%                           0     N/A           1    100%                1     100%

MAGISTRATE                HOMER                                  2    100%                           0     N/A           1    100%                1     100%

OTHER [d]                                                        1    100%                           0     N/A           0     N/A                1     100%

MAGISTRATE                AMCHITKA                              14    92%                            0     N/A           7    85%                 7     100%

MAGISTRATE                HOONAH                               149    90%                            0     N/A          109   93%                40     82%

SUPERIOR COURT            PETERSBURG                            20    90%                           11    90%            0     N/A                9     88%

MAGISTRATE                SITKA                                 37    86%                           24    91%            2    100%               11     72%

SUPERIOR COURT            KODIAK                                70    85%                           50    90%            5    100%               15     66%

SUPERIOR COURT            WRANGELL                              26    84%                            8    62%            2    100%               16     93%

DISTRICT COURT            HOMER                                523    81%                            0     N/A          316   84%               207     76%

SUPERIOR COURT            BETHEL                               276    81%                          126    84%            19   73%               131     80%

MAGISTRATE                NENANA                                27    81%                            0     N/A           20   85%                 7     71%

DISTRICT COURT            BETHEL                             1,733    80%                            5    20%           938   87%               790     72%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY         BARROW                               634    80%                            0     N/A          314   87%               320     74%

MAGISTRATE                WRANGELL                              40    80%                            0     N/A           30   80%                10     80%

DISTRICT COURT            HAINES                                36    80%                            0     N/A           29   79%                 7     85%

SUPERIOR COURT            KOTZEBUE                             139    79%                           53    86%            9    66%                77     76%

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       TABLE 120E. MANDATORY FINGERPRINTING COMPLIANCE LAST YEAR: FELONY/MISDEMEANOR/NONCONVICTION


DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                                   All Charges   % FP                Felony Chg    % FP   Misd. Chg.   % FP   Non- convict[b]    % FP

MAGISTRATE             SELAWIK                                 79    79%                          0     N/A           45   86%                34     70%

SUPERIOR COURT         NOME                                    98    78%                         57    89%            3    33%                38     65%

SUPERIOR COURT         ANCHORAGE                            1,618    77%                         930   81%           137   69%               551     74%

MAGISTRATE             UNALASKA                               306    77%                          1    100%          212   80%                93     70%

MAGISTRATE             DELTA JUNCTION                           4    75%                          0     N/A           2    50%                 2     100%

SUPERIOR COURT         KENAI                                  246    74%                         111   73%            13   76%               122     74%

SUPERIOR COURT         KETCHIKAN                              239    74%                         94    84%            10   90%               135     66%

SUPERIOR COURT         VALDEZ                                  63    73%                         24    83%            8    100%               31     58%

DISTRICT COURT         KOTZEBUE                               568    72%                          7    85%           356   79%               205     60%

MAGISTRATE             CRAIG                                  423    71%                          1     0%           297   77%               125     58%

DISTRICT COURT         SITKA                                  331    71%                          4    50%           231   77%                96     60%

DISTRICT COURT         FAIRBANKS                            4,201    70%                         20    85%         2,666   73%             1,515     63%

SUPERIOR COURT         FAIRBANKS                            1,139    69%                         469   71%            82   78%               588     66%

DISTRICT COURT         VALDEZ                                 328    69%                          1     0%           232   71%                95     64%

SUPERIOR COURT         JUNEAU                                 160    69%                         103   67%            16   75%                41     70%

DISTRICT COURT         KETCHIKAN                            1,401    68%                          5    100%          978   68%               418     67%

DISTRICT COURT         KODIAK                               1,003    68%                          5    80%           575   73%               423     61%

DISTRICT COURT         NOME                                   656    68%                          7    71%           438   73%               211     57%

DISTRICT COURT         GALENA                                  76    68%                          1    100%           55   63%                20     80%

MAGISTRATE             HAINES                                  61    68%                          0     N/A           46   67%                15     73%

DISTRICT COURT         JUNEAU                               1,889    67%                         13    61%         1,156   66%               720     67%

DISTRICT COURT         PETERSBURG                             246    67%                          1    100%          149   70%                96     63%

DISTRICT COURT         CORDOVA                                125    67%                          0     N/A           54   64%                71     69%

SUPERIOR COURT         DILLINGHAM                              74    66%                         41    68%            5    80%                28     60%
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       TABLE 120E. MANDATORY FINGERPRINTING COMPLIANCE LAST YEAR: FELONY/MISDEMEANOR/NONCONVICTION


DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                                   All Charges   % FP                Felony Chg    % FP   Misd. Chg.   % FP   Non- convict[b]    % FP

MAGISTRATE             ANIAK                                  148    64%                          1     0%            87   60%                60     71%

MAGISTRATE             GALENA                                  27    62%                          0     N/A           22   68%                 5     40%

MAGISTRATE             DILLINGHAM                             513    61%                          3    33%           352   63%               158     56%

MAGISTRATE             ST. MARY'S                             200    61%                          0     N/A          129   62%                71     57%

MAGISTRATE             PT. HOPE                                36    61%                          0     N/A           23   65%                13     53%

DISTRICT COURT         KENAI                                2,284    60%                          9    77%         1,170   68%             1,105     50%

DISTRICT COURT         PALMER                               3,085    59%                          4    75%         1,565   68%             1,516     50%

SUPERIOR COURT         PALMER                                 714    59%                         250   64%            37   70%               427     55%

DISTRICT COURT         SEWARD                                 405    59%                          0     N/A          219   62%               186     54%

DISTRICT COURT         WRANGELL                               149    59%                          0     N/A           71   83%                78     38%

MAGISTRATE             NOORVIK                                 32    59%                          0     N/A           17   64%                15     53%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY      KETCHIKAN                               21    57%                          0     N/A           4    75%                17     52%

MAGISTRATE             PETERSBURG                               7    57%                          0     N/A           5    60%                 2     50%

DISTRICT COURT         ANCHORAGE                           12,622    55%                         38    86%         7,986   59%             4,598     47%

MAGISTRATE             KIANA                                   21    52%                          1    100%           9    44%                11     54%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY      KODIAK                                   6    50%                          0     N/A           0     N/A                6     50%

SUPERIOR COURT         BARROW                                  55    49%                         27    62%            7    42%                21     33%

MAGISTRATE             HEALY                                   37    48%                          0     N/A           21   47%                16     50%

MAGISTRATE             UNALAKLEET                              19    47%                          0     N/A           12   50%                 7     42%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY      ANCHORAGE                            1,259    46%                          1    100%           6    83%             1,252     45%

MAGISTRATE             EMMONAK                                308    46%                          0     N/A          128   50%               180     43%

DISTRICT COURT         DELTA JUNCTION                         125    43%                          0     N/A           86   47%                39     33%

DISTRICT COURT         KAKE                                    61    37%                          0     N/A           40   35%                21     42%

MAGISTRATE             YAKUTAT                                106    35%                          0     N/A           81   38%                25     28%
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       TABLE 120E. MANDATORY FINGERPRINTING COMPLIANCE LAST YEAR: FELONY/MISDEMEANOR/NONCONVICTION


DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                                   All Charges   % FP                Felony Chg   % FP   Misd. Chg.   % FP   Non- convict[b]    % FP

DISTRICT COURT         CHEVAK                                 103    35%                         0     N/A           40   62%                63     19%

MAGISTRATE             MCGRATH                                 26    34%                         0     N/A           19   42%                 7     14%

MAGISTRATE             SAND POINT                              97    31%                         0     N/A           58   34%                39     28%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY      PALMER                                  55    30%                         0     N/A           0     N/A               55     30%

MAGISTRATE             GLENNALLEN                              13    30%                         0     N/A           10   40%                 3      0%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY      FAIRBANKS                              196    29%                         0     N/A           0     N/A              196     29%

DISTRICT COURT         GLENNALLEN                             138    29%                         0     N/A           88   37%                50     16%

MAGISTRATE             SKAGWAY                                 24    29%                         0     N/A           19   31%                 5     20%

MAGISTRATE             SHEMYA                                   7    28%                         0     N/A           4    25%                 3     33%

MAGISTRATE             WHITTIER                                26    26%                         0     N/A           8    50%                18     16%

DISTRICT COURT         TOK                                     85    25%                         0     N/A           52   21%                33     33%

MAGISTRATE             VALDEZ                                   4    25%                         0     N/A           2     0%                 2     50%

MAGISTRATE             KAKE                                    54    22%                         0     N/A           36   22%                18     22%

SUPERIOR COURT         GLENNALLEN                              18    22%                         4    25%            3     0%                11     27%

MAGISTRATE             ST. PAUL                               127    19%                         1    100%           56   33%                70     10%

DISTRICT COURT         NAKNEK                                  48    16%                         1     0%            33   18%                14     14%

MAGISTRATE             FT. YUKON                              116    12%                         0     N/A           88   15%                28      3%

MAGISTRATE             SITKA                                   12     8%                         0     N/A           1    100%               11      0%

MAGISTRATE             NAKNEK                                  38     7%                         0     N/A           26    7%                12      8%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY      KOTZEBUE                                26     0%                         0     N/A           0     N/A               26      0%

MAGISTRATE             ANGOON                                  15     0%                         0     N/A           14    0%                 1      0%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY      2ND DISTRICT                             4     0%                         0     N/A           0     N/A                4      0%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY      DILLINGHAM                               3     0%                         0     N/A           0     N/A                3      0%

MAGISTRATE             PELICAN                                  2     0%                         0     N/A           1     0%                 1      0%
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          TABLE 120E. MANDATORY FINGERPRINTING COMPLIANCE LAST YEAR: FELONY/MISDEMEANOR/NONCONVICTION


DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                                                   All Charges       % FP                    Felony Chg         % FP                   Misd. Chg.         % FP          Non- convict[b]      % FP

MAGISTRATE                   TANANA                                               2         0%                              0         N/A                              2        0%                         0      N/A

MAGISTRATE                   KOTZEBUE                                             1         0%                              0         N/A                              0        N/A                        1      0%

MAGISTRATE                   SEWARD                                               1         0%                              0         N/A                              0        N/A                        1      0%

SUPERIOR COURT               NAKNEK                                               1         0%                              0         N/A                              0        N/A                        1      0%



[a] During FY98, R&I data entry personnel were directed to enter prosecution agency codes for the disposing agency in APSIN, for charges declined for prosecution; previously, declines were
often attributed to a court because the field for charge disposition is labeled "convicting court". The expected increase in the proportion of prosecutor-to-court dispositions from FY98 forward
is attributable to this procedural change.

[b] Felony/misdemeanor indicator is set in APSIN only after conviction.

[c] See AS 12.80.060, requiring jails to fingerprint persons for criminal charges at the time of admission and requiring courts to determine, at the time of initial or other court appearance, whether
fingerprints are on file for a charge, and if not, order the defendant to report to a jail or other location for fingerprinting.
If, by the time of disposition, APSIN does not show that fingerprints are on file for the charge:
         (1) the prosecutor declined the charge without the subject ever having been arrested/booked or appeared in court;
         (2) the jail failed to take fingerprints at the time of booking;
         (3) the court failed to determine that fingerprints were not on file/order fingerprinting;
         (4) the defendant failed to comply with a court order to be fingerprinted; or
         (5) fingerprints were taken, but were not legible or were not received/processed by the repository -- APSIN was not updated to show FP on file for the charge.

[d] "Other" indicates a clearly erroneous disposition agency coding error, e.g., an agency other than a court or prosecutor.




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                                TABLE 120F. MANDATORY FINGERPRINT COMPLIANCE - FIVE YEAR TREND
DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                                FY98    % FP       FY97   %FP        FY96    %FP      FY95    % FP     FY94    % FP

Total Charges/% FP [b]                             42,592   62%      40,263    56%      40,954    50%    40,658    49%    40,076   47%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY Total                             2,214    54%        476    64%        382     44%      366     42%      562    41%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY     JUNEAU                            8   100%          1   100%          1    100%        0      N/A       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY     1ST JUD. DIST.                    2   100%          0     N/A         0      N/A       0      N/A       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY     BARROW                          634    80%        426    64%        374     43%      354     41%      559    41%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY     KETCHIKAN                        21    57%          0     N/A         0      N/A       0      N/A       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY     KODIAK                            6    50%          0     N/A         0      N/A       0      N/A       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY     ANCHORAGE                     1,259    46%         34    82%          2     50%        7    100%        2     0%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY     PALMER                           55    30%          0     N/A         0      N/A       0      N/A       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY     FAIRBANKS                       196    29%         14    28%          5     80%        4     50%        1     0%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY     KOTZEBUE                         26     0%          1     0%          0      N/A       0      N/A       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY     DILLINGHAM                        3     0%          0     N/A         0      N/A       0      N/A       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY     2ND DISTRICT                      4     0%          0     N/A         0      N/A       1    100%        0     N/A

DISTRICT COURT Total                               32,221   62%      31,592    54%      31,655    48%    31,081    48%    30,262    44%
DISTRICT COURT           QUINHAGAK                      0    N/A          0     N/A          0     N/A       12    25%         8    12%
DISTRICT COURT           HOMER                        523   81%         621    65%         417    60%       517    55%       536    56%
DISTRICT COURT           HAINES                        36   80%          24    33%          51    54%         3     0%         2   100%
DISTRICT COURT           BETHEL                     1,733   80%       1,586    72%       1,490    68%     1,697    71%     1,697    60%
DISTRICT COURT           KOTZEBUE                     568   72%         579    53%         753    29%       552    18%       577    20%
DISTRICT COURT           SITKA                        331   71%         332    64%         467    71%       416    69%       373    61%
DISTRICT COURT           FAIRBANKS                  4,201   70%       3,958    61%       4,341    55%     4,622    52%     4,396    31%
DISTRICT COURT           VALDEZ                       328   69%         272    68%         173    73%       202    72%       180    67%
DISTRICT COURT           NOME                         656   68%         680    73%         665    67%       776    64%       765    58%
DISTRICT COURT           KODIAK                     1,003   68%         826    72%         716    68%       596    68%       753    71%
DISTRICT COURT           KETCHIKAN                  1,401   68%       1,429    69%       1,438    66%     1,590    63%     1,570    61%
DISTRICT COURT           GALENA                        76   68%          30    20%          79    16%        18    11%         5     0%
DISTRICT COURT           PETERSBURG                   246   67%         239    69%         232    71%       157    66%       128    64%
DISTRICT COURT           JUNEAU                     1,889   67%       1,894    62%       1,921    51%     2,142    52%     1,960    49%
DISTRICT COURT           CORDOVA                      125   67%          86    73%          71    66%        70    52%        72    68%
DISTRICT COURT           KENAI                      2,284   60%       1,829    61%       2,417    57%     1,910    55%     1,815    62%
DISTRICT COURT           WRANGELL                     149   59%          93    76%         120    63%       157    53%       163    47%
DISTRICT COURT           SEWARD                       405   59%         410    60%         306    49%       312    54%       336    76%
DISTRICT COURT           PALMER                     3,085   59%       2,836    55%       1,655    40%     1,202    34%     1,025    49%
DISTRICT COURT           ANCHORAGE                 12,622   55%      13,357    44%      13,929    39%    13,788    40%    13,659    38%
DISTRICT COURT           DELTA JUNCTION               125   43%         101    29%          53     3%        18     5%         9     0%
DISTRICT COURT           KAKE                          61   37%          23    13%          23     4%         4     0%         1     0%
DISTRICT COURT           CHEVAK                       103   35%         157    31%         175    26%       218    31%        97    40%
DISTRICT COURT           GLENNALLEN                   138   29%          77    18%          54    12%        14    14%         2     0%
DISTRICT COURT           TOK                           85   25%         114    26%          62    12%        79    11%       123     4%
DISTRICT COURT           NAKNEK                        48   16%          39    25%          47    12%         9    44%        10    60%

MAGISTRATE Total                                    3,167   57%       3,196    49%       5,054    50%     6,184    49%     6,405   48%
MAGISTRATE               TOK                            0    N/A          5    20%          42     7%        83     7%        84   10%
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                               TABLE 120F. MANDATORY FINGERPRINT COMPLIANCE - FIVE YEAR TREND
DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                              FY98   % FP        FY97    %FP      FY96    %FP    FY95    % FP   FY94    % FP
MAGISTRATE              SAVOONGA                     0     N/A          0     N/A         0    N/A       0    N/A       2     0%
MAGISTRATE              PALMER                       0     N/A         30    83%      1,128   66%    1,532   55%    1,621    60%
MAGISTRATE              NORTH POLE                   0     N/A          0     N/A         2   50%        1    0%        0     N/A
MAGISTRATE              NOME                         0     N/A          0     N/A         0    N/A       0    N/A       2   100%
MAGISTRATE              KOTZEBUE                     1     N/A          0     N/A         4   25%       47   25%      136    33%
MAGISTRATE              KODIAK                       0     N/A          0     N/A         0    N/A       0    N/A       2    50%
MAGISTRATE              HOOPER BAY                   0     N/A          0     N/A         4    0%        0    N/A       3     0%
MAGISTRATE              GAMBELL                      0     N/A          1   100%          1    0%        3   33%        3    33%
MAGISTRATE              BETHEL                       0     N/A          0     N/A         0    N/A       5   60%        4    75%
MAGISTRATE              HOMER                        2   100%          12    91%        165   63%       95   56%       48    58%
MAGISTRATE              CORDOVA                      4   100%          10    10%         82   70%       81   64%       59    57%
MAGISTRATE              BARROW                       2   100%           2    50%        128   68%      233   64%      283    58%
MAGISTRATE              AMCHITKA                    14    92%          17    41%          3   66%        9   22%        1   100%
MAGISTRATE              HOONAH                     149    90%         162    70%        145   56%      164   71%      128    59%
MAGISTRATE              SITKA                       37    86%          64    82%         68   76%       51   78%       17    58%
MAGISTRATE              NENANA                      27    81%          11    63%         36   33%       21   19%       33    15%
MAGISTRATE              WRANGELL                    40    80%          47    65%         29   37%       69   50%       37    59%
MAGISTRATE              SELAWIK                     79    79%          31    35%         41   31%       93   18%       87     6%
MAGISTRATE              UNALASKA                   306    77%         362    69%        372   69%      376   71%      441    71%
MAGISTRATE              DELTA JUNCTION               4    75%          13    38%         62   14%      121   19%       94     1%
MAGISTRATE              CRAIG                      423    71%         370    66%        423   60%      556   72%      540    63%
MAGISTRATE              HAINES                      61    68%          57    22%         50   40%       78   55%       76    51%
MAGISTRATE              ANIAK                      148    64%         153    62%        125   51%      169   63%      146    65%
MAGISTRATE              GALENA                      27    62%          77    20%         90   11%      113    9%       93    12%
MAGISTRATE              ST. MARY'S                 200    61%         263    58%        324   41%      323   35%      366    32%
MAGISTRATE              PT. HOPE                    36    61%          21    19%          0    N/A       0    N/A       0     N/A
MAGISTRATE              DILLINGHAM                 513    61%         469    53%        586   52%      508   45%      534    41%
MAGISTRATE              NOORVIK                     32    59%          24    41%          9    0%       35   14%       30     3%
MAGISTRATE              PETERSBURG                   7    57%           9    44%         70   78%      125   78%       84    65%
MAGISTRATE              KIANA                       21    52%           8    62%         10    0%       15    0%       48    14%
MAGISTRATE              HEALY                       37    48%          43    23%         37   35%       41   24%       30    40%
MAGISTRATE              UNALAKLEET                  19    47%          18    27%          7   14%       11   45%       15    66%
MAGISTRATE              EMMONAK                    308    46%         255    46%        284   28%      346   38%      278    31%
MAGISTRATE              YAKUTAT                    106    35%          69    20%         67   16%       72   11%       69     7%
MAGISTRATE              MCGRATH                     26    34%          17     0%         22    9%       25   12%       12    16%
MAGISTRATE              SAND POINT                  97    31%         125    30%        110    2%      110   31%      104    38%
MAGISTRATE              GLENNALLEN                  13    30%          54    18%         87    8%      140    6%      165    12%
MAGISTRATE              SKAGWAY                     24    29%          15     6%         25   12%       25   36%       30    23%
MAGISTRATE              SHEMYA                       7    28%          10    30%          2    0%       18   11%        0     N/A
MAGISTRATE              WHITTIER                    26    26%          33    18%         41   21%       31    9%       22     4%
MAGISTRATE              VALDEZ                       4    25%          19    84%         22   68%       36   77%       71    64%
MAGISTRATE              KAKE                        54    22%          81    19%         30    3%       47    6%       31     6%
MAGISTRATE              ST. PAUL                   127    19%          86    11%         35   20%       73    2%       83     7%
MAGISTRATE              FT. YUKON                  116    12%          83     1%         38    0%       41    9%       45     0%
MAGISTRATE              SITKA                       12     8%           0     N/A         0    N/A       0    N/A       2   100%

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                               TABLE 120F. MANDATORY FINGERPRINT COMPLIANCE - FIVE YEAR TREND
DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                              FY98    % FP       FY97   %FP       FY96    %FP    FY95    % FP   FY94    % FP
MAGISTRATE              NAKNEK                      38     7%          27    7%         49    28%      62    37%     101    33%
MAGISTRATE              TANANA                       2     0%           5    0%          5    20%       1     0%       2     0%
MAGISTRATE              SEWARD                       1     0%          20   50%        150    70%     172    63%     320    77%
MAGISTRATE              PELICAN                      2     0%           2   50%          0     N/A      3     0%       4    25%
MAGISTRATE              ANGOON                      15     0%          16    6%         44     2%      24     0%      19     0%

SUPERIOR COURT Total                              4,989    72%      4,994    71%      3,858    70%   3,009    66%   2,821    70%
SUPERIOR COURT          UNALASKA                     24   100%          1   100%          3    33%       1   100%       0     N/A
SUPERIOR COURT          CORDOVA                       9   100%          3   100%          3   100%       7    85%       0     N/A
SUPERIOR COURT          PETERSBURG                   20    90%         25    92%         33    87%      11    63%      14    85%
SUPERIOR COURT          KODIAK                       70    85%         96    69%         80    85%      60    81%      52    76%
SUPERIOR COURT          WRANGELL                     26    84%          7    57%          3   100%       3   100%       5   100%
SUPERIOR COURT          BETHEL                      276    81%        428    79%        471    77%     273    73%     148    86%
SUPERIOR COURT          KOTZEBUE                    139    79%        178    79%         86    63%      97    76%     122    82%
SUPERIOR COURT          NOME                         98    78%         89    84%         63    92%      50    92%      67    88%
SUPERIOR COURT          ANCHORAGE                 1,618    77%      1,820    75%      1,451    76%   1,111    72%     910    80%
SUPERIOR COURT          KETCHIKAN                   239    74%        265    73%        139    82%     151    72%     207    73%
SUPERIOR COURT          KENAI                       246    74%        253    65%        275    51%     206    63%     210    57%
SUPERIOR COURT          VALDEZ                       63    73%         56    75%         28    53%      21    57%      21    85%
SUPERIOR COURT          JUNEAU                      160    69%        127    75%        115    76%     106    71%     129    70%
SUPERIOR COURT          FAIRBANKS                 1,139    69%        853    69%        681    58%     543    55%     534    44%
SUPERIOR COURT          DILLINGHAM                   74    66%         29    58%         10    60%       8    62%       1   100%
SUPERIOR COURT          PALMER                      714    59%        635    60%        360    58%     292    51%     322    74%
SUPERIOR COURT          BARROW                       55    49%        107    40%         42    57%      59    55%      74    52%
SUPERIOR COURT          GLENNALLEN                   18    22%         16    75%         11    72%       4    50%       5   100%
SUPERIOR COURT          NAKNEK                        1     0%          6    50%          4   100%       6     0%       0     N/A

OTHER [c] Total                                      1    100%          5    80%         5    40%      18    22%      26     35%




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                                     TABLE 120F. MANDATORY FINGERPRINT COMPLIANCE - FIVE YEAR TREND
DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                                             FY98    % FP                  FY97      %FP                   FY96     %FP                  FY95     % FP                  FY94     % FP


[a] During FY98, R&I data entry personnel were directed to enter prosecution agency codes for the disposing agency in APSIN, for charges declined for prosecution; previously, declines were
often attributed to a court because the field for charge disposition is labeled "convicting court". The expected increase in the proportion of prosecutor-to-court dispositions is attributable
to this procedural correction.


[b] See AS 12.80.060, requiring jails to fingerprint persons for criminal charges at the time of admission and requiring courts to determine, at the time of initial or other court appearance, whether
fingerprints are on file for a charge, and if not, order the defendant to report to a jail or other location for fingerprinting.

If, by the time of disposition, APSIN does not show that fingerprints are on file for the charge:
(1) the prosecutor declined the charge without the subject ever having been arrested/booked or appeared in court;
(2) the jail failed to take fingerprints at the time of booking;
(3) the court failed to determine that fingerprints were not on file/order fingerprinting;
(4) the defendant failed to comply with a court order to be fingerprinted; or
(5) fingerprints were taken, but were not legible or were not received/processed by the repository -- APSIN was not updated to show FP on file for the charge.

[c] "Other" indicates a clearly erroneous disposition agency coding error, e.g., an agency other than a court or prosecutor.




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TABLE 120G. APSIN CHARGES OVER 2 YEARS OLD WITHOUT DISPOSITION, BY AGE

    Age of Charge [a]                 # of Charges                  (arrest date in APSIN is between)

    Total                                       95,468
             2 to <3 years old                   5,450              (7/1/1995            and      6/30/1996)

             3 to <4 years old                   4,997              (7/1/1994            and      6/30/1995)

             4 to <5 years old                   4,867              (7/1/1993            and      6/30/1994)

             5 to <6 years old                   5,190              (7/1/1992            and      6/30/1993)

                 6+ years old                   74,964              6/30/92 or earlier



    [a] "charge" means individual charge or count; for example an arrest for one count of burglary and two
         counts of theft = 3 charges.




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       TABLE 120H. CORRECTIONAL STATUS: APSIN PERSON RECORDS WITH PROBATION/PAROLE INDICATOR

                                                       on +/- prior             on +/- prior        on +/- prior          on +/- prior          on +/- prior
  Persons w/ Correctional Status [a]              6/30/98     year         6/30/97     year    6/30/96     year      6/30/95     year      6/30/94     year

  Total                                             4,217      n/a




  [a] See 13 AAC 68. 155; requirements to report correctional status to the repository have been waived until the Departments of Corrections
       and Public Safety implement an automated interface to exchange the data on-line, real time; meanwhile, Department of Corrections is manually
       entering and updating information about persons on probation/parole, as resources allow.




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                AS 12.62.130. REPORTING OF UNIFORM CRIME INFORMATION


    Public Safety uses uniform crime information received from arresting agencies statewide each year to compile
    and publish Crime in Alaska.


    The table in this section shows which law enforcement agencies are complying with UCR reporting
    requirements.




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                                      TABLE 130A. UCR COMPLIANCE

      LOCATION /           AGENCY                         1997          1996   1995   1994     1993
                                  Total Agencies             57          57     57     57         57

                       Agencies Reporting UCR                25          25     26     29         28

                       Agencies Not Reporting                32          32     31     28         29

                            % UCR Compliance               44%          44%    46%    51%       49%
      ALASKA               STATE TROOPERS                      1           1      1      1          1
      ALEKNAGIK            POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      ANCHORAGE            AIRPORT POLICE                      1           1      1      1          1
      ANCHORAGE            POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      ANCHORAGE            UNIVERSITY POLICE                   1           1      1      1          1
      ANGOON               POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      ANVIK [a]            POLICE DEPT                      N/A          N/A    N/A    N/A       N/A
      BETHEL               POLICE DEPT                         0           0      1      1          1
      BRISTOL BAY          POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      CORDOVA              POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      CRAIG                POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      DILLINGHAM           POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          0
      FAIRBANKS            AIRPORT POLICE                      0           0      0      1          1
      FAIRBANKS            POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      FAIRBANKS            UNIVERSITY POLICE                   1           1      1      1          1
      FT. YUKON            POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      GALENA               POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      GAMBELL              POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      HAINES               POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      HOMER                POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      HOONAH               POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      HOOPER BAY           POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      JUNEAU               POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      1          1
      KAKE                 POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      KENAI                POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      KETCHIKAN            POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      KIANA                POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      KING COVE            POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      KLAWOCK              POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      KODIAK               POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      KOTZEBUE             POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      KWETHLUK             POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      METLAKATLA [b]       POLICE DEPT                      N/A          N/A    N/A    N/A       N/A
      NENANA               POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      NOME                 POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      NORTH POLE           POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      NORTH SLOPE          POLICE DEPT                         0           1      1      1          1
      NUNAPITCHUK          POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      PALMER               POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      PETERSBURG           POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      QUINHAGAK            POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      SAND POINT           POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      SELDOVIA             POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      SEWARD               POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
      SHAKTOOLIK           POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      SITKA                POLICE DEPT                         0           0      0      0          0
      SKAGWAY              POLICE DEPT                         1           1      1      1          1
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                                      TABLE 130A. UCR COMPLIANCE

      SOLDOTNA             POLICE DEPT                       1            1             1               1          1
      ST. MARY'S           POLICE DEPT                       0            0             0               0          0
      ST. PAUL             POLICE DEPT                       1            0             0               0          0
      TANANA               POLICE DEPT                       0            0             0               0          0
      TOKIAK               POLICE DEPT                       0            0             0               1          1
      TUNUNAK              POLICE DEPT                       0            0             0               0          0
      UNALASKA             POLICE DEPT                       0            0             0               0          0
      VALDEZ               POLICE DEPT                       0            0             0               0          0
      WASILLA              POLICE DEPT                       1            1             1               1          1
      WHITTIER             POLICE DEPT                       0            0             0               0          0
      WRANGELL             POLICE DEPT                       1            1             1               1          1
      YAKUTAT              POLICE DEPT                       0            0             0               0          0




      [a] and [b] Anvik and Metlakatla police departments are reporting directly to federal agencies.




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          AS 12.62.140. REPORTING OF WANTED PERSONS/STOLEN PROPERTY
                                   INFORMATION


     The Information Services section audits agency compliance for entering, updating, and deleting "hot file"
     information in APSIN and NCIC. "Hot files" include warrants, domestic violence protective orders, correctional
     supervision status, and other information about "wanted persons" and stolen property.

     Agencies that enter this type of data into APSIN/NCIC are responsible for making sure the data is complete
     and accurate. They receive periodic reports from the repository, listing the hot files entered by the agency, and
     requiring the agency to confirm in writing that the entries remain valid, and are complete and accurate.

     During FY98, the repository developed audit forms and methods of scoring the data quality of these hot files.
     The auditor selects a sample of the agency's hot files, compares the information to source documents, and
     calculates a data quality error rate.

     Since the data quality audits and scoring began in FY98, there is not yet a full year of data to report; a table
     showing agency error rates for APSIN wanted person/stolen property "hot files" will be included in the report
     beginning next year.




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                  AS 12.62.150. COMPLETENESS, ACCURACY, AND SECURITY


     The Department must audit the central repository and a sample of other agency information systems/records
     at least once every two years to measure compliance with AS 12.62.

     An independent audit must be undertaken every four years to comply with AS 12.62.150(c), which became
     effective in July, 1995. The Department will begin the first such independent audit in July, 1999 (FY00).


     R&I audits criminal history data quality, compliance with the requirements of AS 12.62.120 for reporting
     criminal justice information to the repository and compliance with AS 12.80.060 for mandatory fingerprinting.


     Information Systems audits compliance with APSIN/NCIC laws and policies.

     Two full-time audit positions are supported by a grant from the Division of Alaska State Troopers, from a
     Bureau of Justice Assistance grant under the Byrne grant program, from 5% of the Byrne funds that must be
     set-aside each year for records improvement until the state achieves certain completeness, accuracy, and
     timeliness criteria.


     Both auditors use an audit manual (including forms and reporting formats) developed under a grant from the
     Bureau of Justice Statistics, National Criminal History Improvement Program (NCHIP).

     The tables in this section summarize audit (and related training) activities completed during the last fiscal year,
     in compliance with AS 12.62.150(c). Copies of the actual audit reports/findings are available to criminal justice
     agencies upon request.




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                TABLE 150A. APSIN/NCIC COMPLIANCE AUDITS AND TRAINING

                                                              APSIN                    ON SITE   TRAINING   TRAINING
AGENCY [a]                                LOCATION          ACCESS [b]    SELF-AUDIT    AUDIT     TSO [c]    OTHER

TOTAL                                                           149          55          95        94         32
Airport Safety                            Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          1
Anch Police Dept.                         Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          1          7
Anch AST-Post                             Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          1
Anch AST-CIB                              Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          1
Anch AST-JS                               Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          2
Anch AST Permits & Lic                    Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          1
Anchorage Adult Probation                 Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          2          3
Anch AST-Directors Office                 Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          2
Anch AST-Intell                           Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          1
US-Fed Bureau Of Invest                   Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          1          1
Anch AST Fish & Wildlife                  Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          2
DPS Information Systems                   Anchorage          ENTRY                       1
Anchorage AST Dispatch                    Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          1
R&I-Anchorage                             Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          1
Anch AST-Drugs                            Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          2
University Police-Anchorage               Anchorage          ENTRY                       1
US Fish & Wildlife Enforce.               Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          1
US Marshal's Office                       Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          2
US Probation                              Anchorage          ENTRY                       1
US Postal Inspection                      Anchorage          ENTRY                       1          2
Villiage Public Safety Office             Anchorage          ENTRY                       1
Barrow Police Dept                        Barrow             ENTRY                       1                     1
Bethel Police Dept                        Bethel             ENTRY                       1          1
Bethel AST                                Bethel             ENTRY                       1          1
Bethel Probation                          Bethel             ENTRY                       1          1
Cordova Police Dept                       Cordova            ENTRY                       1
Craig Police Dept                         Craig              ENTRY                       1          1
Delta Junction AST                        Delta Jnct         ENTRY                       1          1
Dillingham Police Dept                    Dillingham         ENTRY                       1          2
Dillingham AST                            Dillingham         ENTRY                       1                     3
Dillingham Probation                      Dillingham         ENTRY                       1
Eielson Security Police                   Eielson            ENTRY                       1          1
Elmendorf Security Police                 Elmendorf          ENTRY                       1
Elmendorf OSI                             Elmendorf          ENTRY                       1
Fairbanks Police Dept                     Fairbanks          ENTRY                       1          1          3
Fairbanks AST                             Fairbanks          ENTRY                       1                     5
Fairbanks AST-JS                          Fairbanks          ENTRY                       1          1
Fairbanks Airport Security                Fairbanks          ENTRY                       1          1
Fairbanks Probation                       Fairbanks          ENTRY                       1          1
University Police-Fairbanks               Fairbanks          ENTRY                       1          1          3
Ft. Richardson Sec. Police                Ft.Richardson      ENTRY                       1          1
Ft. Wainwright Sec. Police                Ft.Wainwright      ENTRY                       1
Glennallen AST                            Glennallen         ENTRY                       1
Haines Police Dept                        Haines             ENTRY                       1          1
Haines AST                                Haines             ENTRY            1          1


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                TABLE 150A. APSIN/NCIC COMPLIANCE AUDITS AND TRAINING

                                                              APSIN                    ON SITE   TRAINING   TRAINING
AGENCY [a]                                LOCATION          ACCESS [b]    SELF-AUDIT    AUDIT     TSO [c]    OTHER
Homer Police Dept                         Homer              ENTRY                       1          1
Homer AST                                 Homer              ENTRY                       1          1
Hoonah Police Dept                        Hoonah             ENTRY                       1                     1
Juneau Probation                          Juneau             ENTRY                       1
Juneau Police Dept                        Juneau             ENTRY                       1          1
Juneau AST                                Juneau             ENTRY                       1          1
Juneau AST JS                             Juneau             ENTRY                       1          1
R&I-Juneau                                Juneau             ENTRY                       1
Kake Police Dept                          Kake               ENTRY                       1          1
Kenai Police Dept                         Kenai              ENTRY                       1          1
Kenai Probation                           Kenai              ENTRY                       1          1
Ketchikan Police Dept                     Ketchikan          ENTRY                       1
Ketchikan AST                             Ketchikan          ENTRY                       1          1
Ketchikan Probation                       Ketchikan          ENTRY                       1          1
Bristol Bay Police Dept                   King Salmon        ENTRY                       1
Kodiak Police Dept                        Kodiak             ENTRY                       1          1
Kodiak AST                                Kodiak             ENTRY                       1
Kodiak Probation                          Kodiak             ENTRY                       1
Kotzebue Adult Probation                  Kotzebue           ENTRY            1
Kotzebue AST                              Kotzebue           ENTRY                       1
Nome AST                                  Nome               ENTRY                       1
Nome Probation                            Nome               ENTRY                       1
North Pole Police Dept                    North Pole         ENTRY                       1          1
Palmer Police Dept                        Palmer             ENTRY                       1
Palmer AST                                Palmer             ENTRY                       1          1
Palmer AST-JS                             Palmer             ENTRY                       1
Palmer Probation                          Palmer             ENTRY                       1          2
Petersburg Police Dept                    Petersburg         ENTRY                       1          1
Seward Police Dept                        Seward             ENTRY                       1          1
Sitka Police Dept                         Sitka              ENTRY                       1          1
Sitka Probation                           Sitka              ENTRY                       1          1
Skagway Police Dept                       Skagway            ENTRY                       1          1
Soldotna F&WP                             Soldotna           ENTRY                       1          1
Soldotna AST                              Soldotna           ENTRY                       1          1
Talkeetna AST                             Talkeetna          ENTRY                       1          2
Tok AST                                   Tok                ENTRY                       1
Unalaska Police Dept                      Unalaska           ENTRY                       1                     1
Valdez Police Dept                        Valdez             ENTRY                       1          1          1
Palmer AST-Drugs                          Wasilla            ENTRY                       1          1
Mat-Su Parks & Rec.                       Wasilla            ENTRY                       1
Wasilla Police Dept                       Wasilla            ENTRY                       1
Wrangell Police Dept.                     Wrangell           ENTRY                       1          1          2
APD Warrant Section                       Anchorage          E/Q [d]                     1          1
ABC Board                                 Anchorage          QUERY            1
Municipal Pros.                           Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
Anch 6th Ave Corrections                  Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
Attorney Generals Office                  Anchorage          QUERY            1


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                TABLE 150A. APSIN/NCIC COMPLIANCE AUDITS AND TRAINING

                                                              APSIN                    ON SITE   TRAINING   TRAINING
AGENCY [a]                                LOCATION          ACCESS [b]    SELF-AUDIT    AUDIT     TSO [c]    OTHER
Alaska Air Natl Guard                     Anchorage          QUERY            1
Alcohol Safety                            Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
US Alc, Tob, Firearms                     Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
Cook Inlet Pre-Trial                      Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
Child Support Enf.                        Anchorage          QUERY            1
Anchorage DA's Office                     Anchorage          QUERY            1
Anchorage District Court                  Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
Dept Commerce/Ins-Fraud                   Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
US-Drug Enforcement                       Anchorage          QUERY            1
H&SS-Family & Youth Svc                   Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
Anch Corrections/Central                  Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
US-Federal Aviation                       Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
Fire Marshal's Office-DPS                 Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
Internal Revenue Service                  Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
DPS Crime Lab                             Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
Labor Standards & Safety                  Anchorage          QUERY            1
Employment Security                       Anchorage          QUERY            1
Anchorage Fire Dept                       Anchorage          QUERY            1
Anchorage Youth Facility                  Anchorage          QUERY            1
Permanent Fund-Enforce                    Anchorage          QUERY            1
Anch Public Defenders                     Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
US Customs-Anch                           Anchorage          QUERY            1                     1
US Protective Service                     Anchorage          QUERY            1
US Immigration & Nat                      Anchorage          QUERY            1
Bethel Corrections                        Bethel             QUERY                       1
Bethel District Attorney's Off.           Bethel             QUERY            1
Cordova AST                               Cordova            QUERY            1
Dillingham DA's Office                    Dillingham         QUERY                       1
Eagle River Corrections                   Eagle River        QUERY            1                     1
Fairbanks Youth Facility                  Fairbanks          QUERY            1
H&SS-Family & Youth Svc                   Fairbanks          QUERY            1                                1
Fairbanks DA's Office                     Fairbanks          QUERY                       1
Fairbanks District Court                  Fairbanks          QUERY                       1          1
Dept of Environ Conserv                   Fairbanks          QUERY            1                     1
Fairbanks Corrections                     Fairbanks          QUERY                       1
State Park Rangers                        Fairbanks          QUERY            1
US Probation                              Fairbanks          QUERY            1                     1
US Fish/Wildlife Enforcemt                Fairbanks          QUERY            1                     1
Juneau DA's Office                        Juneau             QUERY            1
Juneau District Court                     Juneau             QUERY            1
Juneau Corrections/Central                Juneau             QUERY            1
Fire Marshal's Office-Juneau              Juneau             QUERY            1                     1
Juneau Corr/ Lemon Creek                  Juneau             QUERY            1                     1
H&SS-Family & Youth Svc                   Juneau             QUERY            1
Kenai Corr/Pre-Trial                      Kenai              QUERY            1                     1
Ketchikan DA's Office                     Ketchikan          QUERY            1
Ketchikan Corrections                     Ketchikan          QUERY            1


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                TABLE 150A. APSIN/NCIC COMPLIANCE AUDITS AND TRAINING

                                                              APSIN                    ON SITE   TRAINING   TRAINING
AGENCY [a]                                LOCATION          ACCESS [b]    SELF-AUDIT    AUDIT     TSO [c]    OTHER
Kodiak DA's Office                        Kodiak             QUERY                       1
Nome Corrections                          Nome               QUERY            1
Palmer Corrections                        Palmer             QUERY            1                     1
Palmer District Attorney Offc             Palmer             QUERY            1
Palmer Mat-Su Pre-Trial                   Palmer             QUERY            1                     1
Seward Corrections                        Seward             QUERY            1
Sitka AST                                 Sitka              QUERY                       1          1
Parks & Recreation                        Soldotna           QUERY            1                     1
US Customs/Border                         Via Tok            QUERY                       1
Pt. McKenzie Rehab                        Wasilla            QUERY            1




[a] All agencies with direct access to APSIN/NCIC must be audited.
[b] Agencies with data entry capability must be audited on site at least once every two years; those with
     query-only access may be audited by self-completed questionnaire.

[c] TSO = Terminal Security Officer, the repository's local agency contact for APSIN/NCIC responsibilities.
    The number in this column represents the number of days of training provided to the TSO.

[d] Has entry capability for APSIN, but query-only access to NCIC.




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                                      TABLE 150B. APSIN CRIMINAL HISTORY DATA QUALITY AUDITS


     AUDIT 97.1 ALASKA CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD AUDIT (SUMMARY)

                                         Purpose       1) Measure data quality of APSIN criminal history records
                                                       1) Measure compliance with AS 12.62.120 reporting requirements

                                 Audit Began           07/28/97
                      Audit Report Completed           12/31/97    (available upon request)
                        Follow-up Completed            06/30/98    (all corrections entered in APSIN)

                                    Population         criminal arrests/charging incidents reported to the repository on live-scan fingerprint cards
                                Geographic Area        Anchorage
                                          Period       July-96
                                 Population Size       412

                                    Sample Size                60 arrest/charging incidents
                                   Total Charges              103 individual criminal charges

                                      Error Rate             23% (APSIN criminal history data)
                              Confidence Level               90%
                               Precision Factor    +          9%

                                                         Arrest                    Booking        Decline
                                                                      FP Card                                 Court Filing   Court Dispo   Dispo Change
                                                         Report                     Photo         Prosec.

              Reporting Agency Error Rates:                5%          30%           N/A           25%           N/A            7%             3%



         Comments: This audit was used to test and finalize the audit manual, and the audit sample was selected from fingerprint cards for expediency.




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          AS 12.62.160. RELEASE AND USE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION


      Criminal justice information and the identity of recipients of criminal justice information is confidential and
      exempt from disclosure under AS 09.25. It may not be used or released except as specifically authorized by
      law.


      The table in this section summarizes the laws authorizing release of criminal justice information maintained
      by the repository, as of the end of the last fiscal year. It shows what information may be released, by whom,
      to whom, for what purpose, and with what type of record subject identification.


      This table should not be relied upon for guidance in releasing information, because it may become out of
      date when laws change throughout the year. DPS distributes updated guidlines to agencies with direct
      access to APSIN when changes occur. The table of release guidelines is included in this report to give the
      reader an overview of the many and complex factors that determine whether release of criminal justice
      information is authorized.




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   TABLE 160A. GUIDELINES FOR RELEASE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION

     FROM                                                TYPE OF INFORMATION                      ID
      [a]      TO [b]           PURPOSE [c]                       [d]                             [e]       STATUTE           REGULATION
    AST      Record        any purpose                  Criminal History Record Information       P AS 12.62.160(b)(11)       13 AAC 68.305
             Subject                                                                                AS 12.62.180(d)(3)
                                                        Nonconviction Information                 P AS 12.62.160(b)(11)       13 AAC 68.305
                                                                                                    AS 12.62.180(d)(3)
    CJA      Any Person    avoid imminent danger to     Criminal Justice Information-             N AS12.62.160(b)(1)         13 AAC 68.335
                           life/extnsve prop. dmg       summary or assesment
                           avoid imminent harm to       Criminal Justice Information-             N AS12.62.160(b)(1) AS 13 AAC 68.335
                           person                       summary or assesment                        12.62.180(d)(5)
                           ID/locate/apprehend wntd     Criminal Justice Information              N AS 12.62.160(b)(3)   13 AAC 68.340
                           pers./stolen prop.
             CJA           criminal justice activity    Criminal Justice Information              N AS 12.62.160(b)(4)        13 AAC 68.330
             Press/Public public reporting of recent    Criminal Justice Information re. the      N AS 12.62.160(b)(3)        13 AAC 68.340(a)
                          crim. justice activity,       recent criminal justice activity
                          if commonly/ traditionally    Criminal History Record Information,      N AS 12.62.160(b)(3)        13 AAC 68.340(b)
                          provided                      if subject of criminal justice activity
                                                        w/in past 30 days
             Record        any purpose                  Criminal History Record info if           P AS 12.62.160(b)(11)       13 AAC 68.305
             Subject                                    specified in APSIN User Agrmt               AS 12.62.180(d)(3)
                                                        Nonconviction Information if              P AS 12.62.160(b)(11)       13 AAC 68.305
                                                        specified in APSIN User Agrmt               AS 12.62.180 (d)(3)
    DFYS-J   DFYS-F        emergency foster plcmt.      Current Offender Information              N AS 12.62.160(b)(5)        13 AAC 68.320
                                                        Past Conviction Information               N AS 12.62.160(b)(5)        13 AAC 68.320
                                                        Nonconviction Information                 N AS 12.62.160(b)(5)        13 AAC 68.320
    Pros     Any Person    discovery, criminal case     Criminal Justice Information              N AS 12.62.160(b)(2)        13 AAC 68.325(a)
    R&I      Any Person    any purpose                  Current Offender Information              F AS 12.62.160(b)(8)        13 AAC 68.310

                                                        Past Conviction <10 yrs. from             F AS 12.62.160(b)(8)        13 AAC 68.310
                                                        uncond. discharge
                                                        Past Conviction requiring sex             F AS 18.65.087(b)           13 AAC 68.310
                                                        offender registration
                           court order, non-specific    Criminal History Record Information       N AS 12.62.160(b)(2)        13 AAC 68.325(c)

                           court order, specific        Criminal Justice Information              N AS 12.62.160(b)(2)        13 AAC 68.325(c)
                                                                                                    AS 12.62.180(d)(6)
             CJA           criminal justice employmt.   Criminal Justice Information              F AS 12.62.160(b)(4)        13 AAC 68.330(b)
                                                                                                    AS 12.62.180(d)(2)
             Qualified     criminal justice research    Criminal Justice Information, in          N AS 12.62.160(b)(7)        13 AAC 68.345
             Person                                     aggregate form                              AS 12.62.180(d)(4)
             Authorized    state or federal law         Criminal Justice Information              F AS 12.62.160(b)(6)        13 AAC 68.320
             Person                                                                                 AS 12.62.180(d)(6)
             Interested    child/elderly care           Current Offender Information              F AS 12.62.160(b)(10)       13 AAC 68.315

             Person        screening                    Past Conviction <10 yrs. from        F          AS 12.62.160(b)(10)   13 AAC 68.315
                                                        uncond. discharge
                                                        Past Conviction >10 yrs. for         F          AS 12.62.160(b)(10)   13 AAC 68.315
                                                        "Serious Offense"
                                                        Past Conviction requiring sex        F          AS 18.65.087(b)       13 AAC 68.315
                                                        offender registration
             Record        any purpose                  Criminal History Record Information F/P         AS 12.62.160(b)(11)   13 AAC 68.305
             Subject                                                                                    AS 12.62.180 (d)(3)

                                                        Nonconviction Information                 F/P AS 12.62.160(b)(11)     13 AAC 68.305
                                                                                                      AS 12.62.180 (d)(3)




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   TABLE 160A. GUIDELINES FOR RELEASE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION

    [a]      "FROM" refers to the type of agency that may release the information, including:
             AST            Alaska State Troopers
             CJA           Criminal Justice Agency - any criminal justice agency that has an APSIN User Agreement with DPS
             DFYS-F        DHSS, Division of Family and Youth Services, Family Services Section
             DFYS-Y        DHSS, Division of Family and Youth Services, Youth Services Section
             Pros          Prosecutor - federal, state, or municipal
             R&I           DPS' Records and Identification Bureau


    [b]      "TO" describes the status of the person to whom the information may be given, including:
             "interested person" - someone screening a person for certain responsibilities with children or dependent adults
             "qualified person" - someone approved by DPS to conduct criminal justice research
             "authorized person" - someone authorized by a specific state or federal law to receive certain information


    [c]      "PURPOSE" descriptions are abbreviated - refer to authorizing statutes for full text


    [d]      "TYPE" - see AS 12.62.900 or "Criminal Justice Information" definition at the end of this report; also:
             "Serious Offense" includes felonies, domestic violence convictions, other misdemeanors defined in AS 12.62.900
             "<" or "> 10 yrs. from uncond. discharge" refers to time since unconditionally discharged for a conviction
             Shaded        areas indicate the information released may include "sealed" information - see AS 12.62.180


    [e]      "ID" refers to the type of positive identification of the record subject that is required before releasing information:
             "N" means "none" - a "name check" based on name and other demographics
             "P" means "photo" - it applies to in-person requests by record subjects for their own records
             "F" means "fingerprint" - a tenprint "applicant" fingerprint card must be submitted to R&I




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              AS 12.62.170. CORRECTION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION


      Criminal justice agencies are required to correct their records as needed to achieve completeness and
      accuracy. Requests for record corrections are directed to R&I from a variety of sources, including in-house
      audit/research findings, record subject requests, and other criminal justice agencies.


      During FY98, R&I developed new procedures and forms to start formally tracking the number and types of
      record corrections.

      The table in this section contains record correction data for the full fiscal year for in-house audit and
      research projects, but only for 1-2 months of routine R&I record processing using the new forms.




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                    TABLE 170A. CORRECTIONS OF REPOSITORY RECORDS

                                                                                  Charges         # Required         % Required
  Reason Review/Correction Requested [a]                                    Reviewed [b, c]       Correction          Correction

  Total                                                                             1,363               991               73%
  Question re. Brady/NICS firearm check                                                 0
  Question re. Sex Offender Registration                                                0
  Question re. PFD Eligibility                                                          0
  Question re. Public Housing Eligibility                                               1
  Other - Requested by Record Subject                                                   9
  Other - Requested by Criminal Justice Agency                                          4
  Other - Background Check                                                            381
  Other - R&I Record Processing                                                       383
  Audit 97.1: Criminal History Record Data Quality                                     88
  Review 98.1: APSIN Charges with Sentence but no Dispostion                          108
  Review 98.2: APSIN Offense Codes: miscellaneous                                     106
  Review 98.3: APSIN Offense Codes: Exploit Minor                                     160
  Review 98.4: APSIN Offense Codes: Homicide                                            4
  Review 98.5: APSIN Offense Codes: Coercion                                          119


  Charges Added and Deleted
  Missing Charges Added to APSIN                                                      200
  "Fictional" Charges Deleted from APSIN                                               76

                                                                                                     % of
  Charges Corrected - by Data Element                                        # Corrected      Corrections

  Total                                                                             2,490             100%

  Disposition                                                                         398              16%
  Sentence Information                                                                319              13%
  Narrative/Comments                                                                  300              12%
  Court Case Number                                                                   261              10%
  Disposition Offense Code                                                            255              10%
  Disposition Agency ID                                                               226               9%
  Disposition Date                                                                    224               9%
  Arrest Tracking Number (ATN)                                                        137               6%
  Fingerprint Indicator                                                               108               4%
  Arrest Date                                                                         100               4%
  Arrest Offense Code                                                                  83               3%
  Arrest Agency ID                                                                     68               3%
  Felony Indicator                                                                     11               0%

  [a] R&I continues to develop forms and procedures for tracking the reason for the record review and the type of
      corrections made; there may be some overlap in the categories.

  [b] This represents only partial year data (1-2 months) for R&I staff (but full year for audit/review findings).

  [c] Charge means individual charge or count; for example an arrest for one count of burglary and
      two counts of theft = 3




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                 AS 12.62.180. SEALING OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION



      To seal a record means to retain it with special restrictions on dissemination.

      Criminal history records maintained by the repository may be sealed only upon receipt of evidence showing
      that, beyond a reasonable doubt, the record is based on mistaken identity or a false accusation.


      The repository does not currently keep statistics on sealed record requests.




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                 AS 12.62.190. PURGING OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION



      To purge a record means to remove it permanently, so that it can no longer be accessed electronically from
      the database.
      "Hot files" - such as warrants and conditions of release/supervision are removed from APSIN when no
      longer valid, upon expiration, or according to a retention schedule. For example, expired domestic violence
      protective orders are retained in an archive for five years after the date of expiration, based on the retention
      schedule used by the FBI.


      Criminal history records are purged from APSIN only upon the death of the record subject, as confirmed by
      receipt of information from the Bureau of Vital Statistics, or based on assumption of death at age 99.


      The repository does not keep statistics on record purging activities.




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                  APPENDIX 1. DEFINITION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION
    I.   CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD INFORMATION

         A.      PAST CONVICTION INFORMATION: information showing that an identifiable person who has been
                 unconditionally discharged has been previously convicted of a crime; past conviction information
                 includes:
               i. the terms of any sentence, probation, suspended imposition of sentence, or discretionary or mandatory
                  parole; and
              ii. information that a criminal conviction has been reversed, vacated, set aside, or been the subject of
                  executive clemency

         B.      CURRENT OFFENDER INFORMATION: information showing that an identifiable person
               i. is currently under arrest for or is charged with a crime and
                     ...prosecution is under review or has been deferred by written or oral agreement;
                     ...a warrant exists for the person’s arrest; or
                     ...less than a year has elapsed since the date of the arrest or filing of the charges, whichever is latest;
              ii. is currently released on bail or on other conditions imposed by a court in a criminal case, either pretrial
                  or post-trial, including the conditions of the release;
              iii. is currently serving a criminal sentence or is under the custody of the commissioner of corrections for
                   supervision purposes; "current offender information" under this subparagraph includes
                    ...the terms and conditions of any sentence, probation, suspended imposition of sentence,
                 discretionary or mandatory parole, furlough, executive clemency, or other release; and
                    ...the location of any place of incarceration, halfway house, restitution center, or other correctional
                 placement to which the person is assigned; or
              iv. has had a criminal conviction or sentence reversed, vacated, set aside, or has been the subject of
                  executive clemency;

         C.      CRIMINAL IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION: means fingerprints, photographs, and other information
                 or descriptions that identify a person as having been the subject of a criminal arrest or prosecution.


    II. NONCONVICTION INFORMATION: means information that an identifiable person was arrested or that
        criminal charges were filed or considered against the person and
         A.      a prosecutor or grand jury has elected not to bring criminal proceedings against the person and at least
                 a year has elapsed since that decision;

         B.      criminal charges against the person have been dismissed or the person has been acquitted and at least
                 a year has elapsed since that action; or

         C.      there is no indication of the disposition of the criminal charges or the arrest and at least a year has
                 elapsed since the arrest, filing of the charges, or referral of the matter for review by a prosecutor,
                 whichever is latest.

    III. CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT INFORMATION: information about an identifiable person,
         excluding past conviction information or current offender information, collected to monitor that person
         in a correctional facility or while under correctional supervision, including the person's current or past
         institutional behavior, medical, or psychological condition, or rehabilitative progress.


    IV. INFORMATION RELATING TO A PERSON TO BE LOCATED, WHETHER OR NOT
        THAT PERSON IS WANTED IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMMISSION OF A CRIME.




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