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					State of Alaska
Department of Public Safety
Division of Administrative Services


STATE CENTRAL REPOSITORY OF
CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION
Annual Report of Audits and Statistics

                    Fingerprint Compliance for APSIN Charges
                           with Dispositions - Page 34
                                          Fiscal Year % Charges Supported by Fingerprints

                                                 FY 96        50%
                                                 FY 97        56%
                             100%
                                                 FY 98        62%
                                                 FY 99        65%
                               80%               FY 00        66%
                                                                    65%    66%
                                                           62%
                                                    56%
                               60%         50%
     % Charges
     Supported by
     Fingerprints              40%

                               20%

                                0%
                                         FY 96    FY 97   FY 98   FY 99   FY 00




For Fiscal Year 2000                                                                 September 30, 2000
                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction                                                                                    3
       TABLE A.     State Laws Governing Criminal Justice Information                           4
       TABLE B.     Federal Laws Governing Criminal Justice Information                         8

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

AS 12.62.110.       Central Repository Responsibilities                                        11
   TABLE 110   A.   APSIN Person Records: Criminal/Noncriminal                                 12
   TABLE 110   B.   AFIS Database: Tenprint/Latent Records & Hits                              13
   TABLE 110   C.   Tenprint Fingerprint Records Received: Criminal/Noncriminal                14
   TABLE 110   D.   Photos Processed Annually: Criminal/Noncriminal                            15
   TABLE 110   E.   APSIN Users, By Agency                                                     16
   TABLE 110   F.   APSIN/NCIC/NLETS Transactions: Annual Volume                               21

AS 12.62.120.       Reporting of Criminal Justice Information                                  22
   TABLE 120   A.   Warrants in APSIN                                                          23
   TABLE 120   B.   Domestic Violence Protective Orders in APSIN                               24
   TABLE 120   C.   Correctional Status Records in APSIN                                       25
   TABLE 120   D.   Criminal Charges in APSIN                                                  26
   TABLE 120   E.   Charges Entered in APSIN Annually, by Agency, Highest to Lowest Volume     27
   TABLE 120   F.   Mandatory Fingerprint Compliance for Criminal Charges Disposed Last Year   34
   TABLE 120   G.   Mandatory Fingerprint Compliance - Five Year Trend                         38
   TABLE 120   H.   APSIN Charges Over 2 Years Old Without Disposition, by Age                 42

AS 12.62.130.       Reporting of Uniform Crime Information                                     43
   TABLE 130 A.     UCR Compliance                                                             43

AS 12.62.140.       Reporting of Wanted Persons/Stolen Property                                45
   TABLE 140 A.     "Hot File" Data Quality                                                    45

AS 12.62.150.       Completeness, Accuracy, and Security                                       47
   TABLE 150 A.     APSIN/NCIC Compliance                                                      48
   TABLE 150 B.     APSIN/NCIC Training                                                        50
   TABLE 150 C.     APSIN Criminal History Data Quality                                        53

AS 12.62.160.       Release and Use of Criminal Justice Information                            54
   TABLE 160 A.     Guidelines for Release of Criminal Justice Information                     55
   TABLE 160 B.     State/National Criminal Histories Disseminated                             56

AS 12.62.170.       Correction of Criminal Justice Information                                 57
   TABLE 170 A.     Criminal History Record Reviews/Corrections                                57

AS 12.62.180.       Sealing of Criminal Justice Information                                    58
  TABLE 180 A.      Sealed Records                                                             58

AS 12.62.190.       Purging of Criminal Justice Information                                    58

Appendix 1.         Definition of Criminal Justice Information                                 59
                                                 INTRODUCTION


    This report includes statistics 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 number of requests to review records for possible errors and corrections made.

    By reporting on 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 available 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, where it is available.
         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 background check for       YES
                             ALASKA BAR ASSOC.                                       admission to Alaska Bar Assoc.
                             APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 45.55.040   3 AAC 8          Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal background check for        NO
                             ALASKA SECURITIES ACT                                   securities brokers, agents,
35   SLA    1996    08/22/96 APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 47.33.100   7 AAC 75.220     Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal background check for       YES
                             ASSISTED LIVING HOMES                                   assisted living home employees
99   SLA    1998    09/14/98 APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 47.35.017   7 AAC 50.210     Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal background check for        NO
                             CHILD CARE FACILITIES                                   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 background check for       YES
                             COLLECTION AGENCIES                                     collection agency license
                             APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 28.17.041   13 AAC 25        Regulation (not statute) requires state/national, fingerprint-based             NO
                             DRIVING INSTRUCTOR                                      criminal background check for driving instructor license
                             APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 21.27.025   3 AAC 23.010     Statute indirectly requires state/national criminal background check for        NO
                             INSURANCE LICENSING                                     insurance license
35   SLA    1996    08/22/96 APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 18.20.302                    Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal background check for       YES
                             NURSING FACILITIES                                      nursing home employees
                             APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 22.20.130   13 AAC 23.010    Statute requires DPS to adopt regulations for control, discipline of            NO
                             PROCESS SERVERS                                         process servers
                             APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 28.15.046   13 AAC 08.015    Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal background check for        NO
                             SCHOOL BUS DRIVER                                       school bus driver permit
                             APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   AS 18.65.410   13 AAC 60        Requires fingerprint-based criminal background check for security               NO
                             SECURITY GUARD                                          guard license
                             APPLICNT BKGRD CHECK:   14.20.020      4 AAC 12.001     Statute Indirectly requires criminal background check for teaching              NO
                             TEACHING LICENSE                                        license
77   SLA    1999    07/01/99 BUDGET MISSIONS &                                       Describes missions of each state department and division
                             MEASURES
94   SLA    2000    08/29/00 CONCEALED HANDGUN       11.61.220                       Repeals option for municipalities to prohibit CHP locally; repeals
                             PERMIT                  18.65                           requirement to submit application "under oath"; requires only 1 photo
                                                                                     instead of 2 with application; lowers crime of lying on application from
                                                                                     felony perjury to misd. unsworn falsification; extends renewal
                                                                                     "forgiveness" time from 30 days to 60; repeals requirement to submit
                                                                                     thumbprint to renew or to replace lost/stolen/destroyed CHP; wording
                                                                                     re. reciprocity w/ other states; allows subject to display expired CHP if
                                                                                     submitted timely renewal form and delay in renewal is beyond subject's
                                                                                     control.

1    SLA    1998    04/14/98 CONCEALED HANDGUN       18.65.700      13 AAC 30        Modifies background check requirements for retired peace officers;
                             PERMIT                                                  allows conditional permits pending fingerprint check results; changes
                                                                                     suspended/out-of-state permits
67   SLA    1994    10/01/94 CONCEALED HANDGUN       18.65.700      13 AAC 30        Requires state/national, fingerprint-based criminal background check for       YES
                             PERMIT                                                  concealed handgun permit


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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]
86    SLA    1998    06/13/98 CRIMES: ASSAULT 4        11.56                        Creates new crimes - Unlawful Contact 1 and 2; affects sentencing for                            07/16/98
                                                                                    Assault 4 convictions
57    SLA    1999    see SLA CRIMES: BARBER,           08.13.190                    Amends language describing class B misdemeanor to fail to have                                   07/09/99
                             HAIRDRESSER, MANICURE                                  required license/permit. This offense was not included in original
                             LICENSE                                                UOCT, need to add
28    SLA    2000    see SLA CRIMES: BOATS             5.25                         Revises some watercraft crimes - actually amends each statute twice,                             06/14/00
                                                                                    with each alternative having different effective dates, and final eff date
                                                                                    dependent upon factors unknown at time of "first" eff date.

99    SLA    1998    09/14/98 CRIMES: CHILD            47.17                        Makes DHSS a "criminal justice agency" authorized to check APSIN                                 07/16/98
                              PROTECTION                                            criminal history records for investigation of child abuse/neglect. Revises
                                                                                    Kidnapping and Endangering Welfare of Minor statutes.

124   SLA    2000    09/04/00 CRIMES: CONTEMPT,       09.50.010                     Adds misd. to Contempt statute, for 3rd party custodian to fail to report                      6/14/2000
                              VIOLATE COND OF RELEASE 11.56.757                     violation to court; creates new misd for Violate Cond of (Bail) Release

73    SLA    2000    05/23/00 CRIMES: CONTROLLED       11.71                        Changes drug law wording involving methamphetamines, certain other                               06/14/00
                              SUBSTANCES                                            chemicals
32    SLA    2000    08/09/00 CRIMES: CONTROLLED       11.51.130                    Rewords "contributing to delinquency of minor" law re. physical
                              SUBSTANCES, MINORS                                    proximity to drugs, but doesn't require change in UOCT
116 SLA      1998    09/17/98 CRIMES: ESCAPE FROM      11.56                        Modifies Escape statutes to include escape from electronic monitoring.                           07/16/98
                              ELEC MONITORING
62    SLA    1999    09/20/99 CRIMES: FAIL TO REPORT   11.56.765                    Creates new class A misdemeanor for fail to report certain crimes                                07/09/99
                              CRIME AG CHILD                                        against children
136 SLA      1998    09/24/98 CRIMES: FAIL TO STOP     28.35.182                    Creates new class C felony, failure to stop at direction of peace officer                        07/16/98
                              VEHIC PER POLICE                                      when violating traffic law or another crime
66    SLA    2000    08/20/00 CRIMES: HINDER PROS;     11.56.780                    Modified Hinder Prosecution and False Report crimes, making it misd to                         6/14/2000
                              FALSE INFO/REPORT        11.56.800                    lie to peace ofcr about ID when arrested, svd warrant, or issued citation,
                                                                                    etc.
10    SLA    1998    04/14/98 CRIMES: MIW              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
33    SLA    2000    08/09/00 CRIMES: SEXUAL ASSAULT   11.41.425                    Revises current, and creates new sex assault crimes to address sex                               06/14/00
                                                       11.41.427                    with person in custody of DOC or DHSS




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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]
65   SLA    2000    05/23/00 CRIMES: TECHNOLOGY OR      11.41.455                     Includes electronic records under "exploit minor" crimes; amends Theft                            06/14/00
                             ID THEFT                   11.46.140                     3, certain fraud crimes by changing "credit card" to "access device" and
                                                        11.46.285                     adds new class B felony if value $25K+; creates new B felony of
                                                        11.46.290                     Criminal Impersonation 1 and revises 2; raises Decept Bus Practices to
                                                        11.46.565                     a C felony if involves Internet/network; expands behaviors qualifying as
                                                        11.46.710                     Criminal Use of Computer; amends Making False Report (see also SB
                                                        11.46.740                     26) to apply to "offenses" not just "crimes"
                                                        11.56.800
                                                        42.20

95   SLA    1998    09/10/98 CRIMES: VIOLATE DNA        11.56.760                     Creates new crime - violate order to submit to DNA testing, class A                               07/16/98
                             ORDER                                                    misdemeanor.
118 SLA     1994    07/01/95 CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFO      12.62        13 AAC 25        Redefines requirements for reporting, collection, maintenance,                  YES, for
                                                                                      management, security, quality, use, dissemination of criminal justice          "interestd
                                                                                      information.                                                                    person"
44   SLA    2000    05/12/00 DNA REGISTRY               44.41.035                     Allows peace ofcrs to collect oral samples; requires court order to
                                                                                      remove DNA sample from registry (may affect how DNA status flagged
                                                                                      in APSIN)
10   SLA    1995    01/01/96 DNA REGISTRY               44.41.035                     Requires Public Safety to maintain DNA samples for persons convicted
                                                                                      of certain violent crimes
64   SLA    1996    see SLA DV REGISTRY                 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

                              FINGERPRINTS - JUVENILE   47.12.210                     Juveniles may be fingerprinted in same manner as adults

54   SLA    1994    08/22/94 FINGERPRINTS -             12.80.060    13 AAC 68.120    Defines requirements for booking facilities, courts, and central
                             MANDATORY CRIMINAL                                       repository to ensure defendants, in or out of custody, are fingerprinted
                                                                                      for criminal charges
36   SLA    1999    08/30/99 JUVENILE RECORDS -         14.30.710                     (1) When child transfers between schools, sending school to provide
                             SCHOOLS, DRIVING           28.15.151                     child's "record", including record that child committed felony or offense
                                                                                      w/ deadly weapon; (2) "subject to AS 12.62" DMV to release
                                                                                      convictions of driver, vehic, traffic offenses, w/o fee, to parent/guardian
                                                                                      of minor
107 SLA     1998    07/01/98 JUVENILE RENDITION,        47.12                         Allows data about missing juveniles to be entered into NCIC. Requires
                             RECORDS                                                  purging juvenile-tried-as-adult record upon receipt of "sealing" order
                                                                                      from court, per "dual sentencing" provisions of the bill.

9    SLA    1998    07/07/98 JUVENILE WAIVER            47.12.030                     Defines offenses for which juvenile 16 or older is to be treated as adult
                                                                                      (record maintained by repository)
37   SLA    1999    06/02/99 MARIJUANA REGISTRY         11.71                         Requires DHSS to maintain confidential registry of patients, caregivers,
                                                                                      and give access to law enforcement; DHSS must verify caregivers'
                                                                                      criminal hx and probation status
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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]
46   SLA       1996    08/07/96 PFD FORFEITURE                   43.23                                   Requires exchange of data between DPS, DOC, and PFD to identify
                                                                                                         those ineligible for dividend based on criminal conviction/incarceration
47   SLA       2000    06/01/00 RECORDS - DMV PERSONAL AS 28.10.505                                      histories release of personal info in motor vehicle records except for
                                                                                                         Prohibits
                                INFO                                                                     government agencies, other specified purposes, or w/ written consent of
                                                                                                         subject.
65   SLA       1998    09/01/98 RECORDS - ELECTRONIC   9.25                                              Allows gov't agencies, others to accept electronic signatures in lieu of
                                SIGNATURES                                                               ink signatures
87   SLA       1997    see SLA RECORDS - LAW ENF, CSED                                                   Authorizes CSED to access law enforcement records to locate obligors

106 SLA        1998    01/01/99 SEX OFNDR REGIST.                18.65.087           13 AAC 9            Defines requirements for DPS to gather, maintain and release sex
                                                                                                         offender registry information
81   SLA       1998    06/11/98 SEX OFNDR REGIST.                12.63               13 AAC 9            Defines Indecent Exposure, Child Pornography and related sex offender                            07/16/98
                                                                                                         registration requirements
54   SLA       1999    06/05/99 SEX OFNDR REGIST.                11.31.110                               Changes effects of modifiers, seriousness levels of certain felonies;                            07/09/99
                                (DEFINITIONS), CRIMES            11.41.100                               clarifies meaning of "conviction" for SOR, to include convictions that are
                                (MODIFIERS)                      11.41.110                               set aside or subject to exec. clemency
                                                                 11.41.130
                                                                 11.41.320
                                                                 11.81.250
                                                                 12.63
106 SLA        1998    01/01/99 SEX OFNDR REGIST.,        12.63                      13 AAC 9            Defines registration requirements affecting APSIN, SORCR, and                                    07/16/98
                                CRIMES - FAIL TO REGISTER                                                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).



[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 - Alaska's Criminal Justice Records Improvement Plan, published annually by DPS, describes the table. DPS maintains all new, modified and repealed criminal statutes
and ordinances in the table. Agencies reporting charge information to the repository must use offense citations that are valid in the table.




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                                         TABLE B. FEDERAL LAWS GOVERNING CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION

                                                       REGULATIO
ROOT       PUBLIC LAW                STATUTE               N       EFF. DATE SHORT TITLE                                              NICKNAME                            COMMENTS
HR 3             PL                USC                   CFR       pending - not Juvenile Crime Control Act of 1997                                     Would establish juvenile record system
                                                                     passed yet                                                                         equivalent to adult's, for those adjudicated for
                                                                                                                                                        felonies
S. 2022                                                                10/09/98 National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact      III Compact          Interstate and federal-state compact to
                                                                                Act of 1998                                                             exchange criminal records for noncriminal justice
                                                                                                                                                        purposes (employment/license checks)

S. 2022                                                                10/09/98 Volunteers for Children Act                                             Amends Nat'l. Child Protection Act ("Oprah")
HR 2267    105    PL    119        USC                   CFR           11/26/97 Commerce, Justice, State, Judiciary (CJSA)         SOR Wetterling       Proposed Guidelines for Jacob Wetterling
                                                                                Appropriations Act of 1998: Title I, Sec. 115      Amendments           (Amended) Federal Register Vol. 63. No. 118
                                                                                amends Jacob Wetterling                                                 (6/19/96)
                  PL               USC                 10 CFR 74       01/01/97 Individuals Granted Unescorted Access to Nuclear                        Authorizes criminal history background checks
                                                                                Power Facilities or Access to Safeguards
                                                                                Information by Power Reactor Licenses

S 1675     104    PL    236     43 USC     14072         CFR           10/04/96 Pam Lychner Sexual Offender Tracking and           SOR                  Requires creation of national database to track
                                                                                Identification Act of 1996)                        Pam Lychner          sex offenders
HR 2137    104    PL    145     42 USC     14071(d)      CFR           05/17/96 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of   SOR                  Requires release of "relevant" info re. sexually
                                                                                1994 (Amendment: Megan's Law)                      Megan's Law          violent offenders to public
HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Civil Rights Remedies for Gender-Motivated         Crime Control Bill
                                                                                Violence Act
HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Community Schools Youth Services and               Crime Control Bill
                                                                                Supervision Grant Program Act of 1994
HR 3355    104    PL    323        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Computer Abuse Amendments Act of 1994              Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    323        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 DNA Identification Act of 1994                     Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    323        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Driver's Privacy Protection Act of 1994            Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    323        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Drug Free Truck Stop Act                           Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Drunk Driving Child Protection Act of 1994         Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Equal Justice for Women in the Courts Act of 1994 Crime Control Bill

HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Family and Community Endeavor Schools Act          Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Family Unity Demonstration Project Act             Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Federal Death Penalty Act of 1994                  Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    323        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Law Enforcement Scholarships and Recruitment       Crime Control Bill
                                                                                Act
HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Local Partnership Act                              Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    323        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Morgan P. Hardiman Task Force on Missing and       Crime Control Bill
                                                                                Exploited Children Act
HR 3355    104    PL    323        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act                 Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 National Community Economic Partnership Act of     Crime Control Bill
                                                                                1994
HR 3355    104    PL    323        USC                   CFR           09/13/94 Police Corps Act                                   Crime Control Bill
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                                         TABLE B. FEDERAL LAWS GOVERNING CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION

                                                       REGULATIO
ROOT       PUBLIC LAW                STATUTE               N       EFF. DATE SHORT TITLE                                            NICKNAME                            COMMENTS
HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR         09/13/94 Public Safety and Recreational Firearms Use        Crime Control Bill
                                                                              Protection Act
HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR         09/13/94 Public Safety Partnership and Community Policing   Crime Control Bill
                                                                              Act of 1994
HR 3355    104    PL    323        USC                   CFR         09/13/94 Recreational Hunting Safety and Preservation Act   Crime Control Bill
                                                                              of 1994
HR 3355    104    PL    322        USC                   CFR         09/13/94 Safe Homes for Women Act of 1994                   Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    323        USC                   CFR         09/13/94 Safer Streets and Neighborhoods Act of 1994        Crime Control Bill
HR 3355    104    PL    323        USC                   CFR         09/13/94 Senior Citizens Against Marketing Scams Act of     Crime Control Bill
                                                                              1994
HR 3355    104    PL    322     18 USC     2265          CFR         09/13/94 Safe Streets for Women Act of 1994                 VAWA                 Provides Full Faith and Credit for protective
                                                                                                                                                      orders
HR 3355    104    PL    322     28 USC     534(e)        CFR         09/13/94 Violence Against Women Act of 1994                 VAWA                 Creates National Protection Order File
HR 3355    103    PL    322        USC                   CFR         09/13/94 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of Crime Control Bill     Governs criminal history record improvement
                                                                              1994                                                                    grants
HR 3355    103    PL    322     42 USC     14071         CFR         09/13/94 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of SOR                    Sets out minimum standards for state sex
                                                                              1994 - Title XVII Subtitle A: Jacob Wetterling   Wetterling             offender registration programs
                                                                              Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent
                                                                              Offender Registration Act
HR 867     105    PL     89        USC                   CFR                  Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997                                  Encourages adoption of children who have been
                                                                                                                                                      in foster care for 18 months; requires court data

HR 3734    104    PL    193        USC                   CFR                  Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act   WELFARE              Prohibits certain benefits based on felony or
                                                                              of 1996                                            REFORM               other drug conviction
                  PL            18 USC     922(g)        CFR                  Gun Control Act of 1968, as amended, including     BRADY, NICS          Requires federally licensed firearms dealers to
                                                                              Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act                                   contact state or federal agency for background
                                                                                                                                                      check before transferring firearm

                  PL            42 USC     5119          CFR                  National Child Protection Act (NCPA)               OPRAH, NCPA          Relating to background checks for persons
                                                                                                                                                      working w/ children, vulnerable adults, including
                                                                                                                                                      volunteers




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                 TABLE 100A. CJIAB MEMBERSHIP AND MEETING SCHEDULE

     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.


     TABLE 100A. CJIAB MEMBERSHIP AND MEETING SCHEDULE
     Criminal Justice Information Advisory Board Members                                  Phone          Fax
     Dept. of Public Safety (CHAIR)        Del Smith                                    465-4322        465-4362
     Dept. of Health & Social Services     Karen Perdue                                 465-3030        465-3068
     Dept. of Administration               Jim Duncan                                   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
                               FY00 Meetings[a]: November 8, 1999


     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 - ITG     Larry Walsh                                      465-2220        465-3450
     Dept. of Administration - PDA     Blair McCune                                     264-4412
     Dept. of Administration - OPA     Debbie Tandeske                                  269-3502
     Dept. of Corrections              Dwayne Peeples                                   465-3376        465-3253
     Dept. of Law                      Dean Guaneli                                     465-3428        465-4043
     Alaska Court System               Steve Bouch                                      264-8232        264-8291
     Alaska Judicial Council           William Cotton                                   279-2526        276-5046
     Police Chiefs Representative      Mark Mew (APD)                                   786-8590        786-8638


     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 12 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
                   Telecommunication 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
                   reporting) 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.


                   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                                            6/30/00     year          6/30/99     year        6/30/98     year    6/30/97     year    6/30/96     year

Total                                                  1,582,387       3%        1,539,918           3%   1,491,728      n/a

      Persons With No Criminal History Record          1,358,765       3%        1,323,766           3%   1,281,812      n/a
      Persons With Criminal History Record               223,622       3%          216,152           3%    209,916       n/a
        with most serious conviction a felony             22,420       4%           21,534           5%     20,590       n/a
        with most serious conviction a
        misdemeanor                                      147,353       2%          144,354           3%    140,326       n/a
        with arrest(s) but no conviction(s) [a]           53,850       7%           50,265           3%     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                                 6/30/00         year      6/30/99[a]    year     6/30/98     year       6/30/97     year         6/30/96     year


Total Database Size [b]                             262,359         8%         244,000        7%    228,154       7%        213,583       n/a

      Tenprints [c]                                 260,280         7%         242,162        7%    225,826       7%        211,535       n/a
         Male                                       186,737         n/a             n/a       n/a   166,720       5%        158,086       n/a
         Female                                      73,525         n/a             n/a       n/a    59,095      11%         53,437       n/a
         Unknown                                         18         n/a             n/a       n/a        11      -8%             12       n/a
      Latents [d]                                     2,079       13%             1,838     -21%       2,328     14%          2,048       n/a

Hits[e]                                                 968         n/a
          From Criminal FP Submissions                  735         n/a
          From Applicant FP Submissions                 233         n/a


[a]   In FY99 DPS became a member of the Western State Identification Network (WIN), a regional fingerprint service bureau. The number of latent
      fingerprints on file decreased because Alaska no longer has to store latent prints from other WIN member states in its own database.

[b]
      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".
[c]
      "Tenprint" refers to fingerprints received on FBI criminal card/format (from booking facility) or applicant card (for employment/licensing).
[d]
      Latent refers to crime scene fingerprints received from law enforcement.

[e]   "Hit" means a set of fingerprints submitted by Alaska matched a fingerprint record in the WIN database, which consists of criminal and applicant
      fingerprints from a consortium of western states, including Alaska.




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

                                                                          +/- prior                +/- prior               +/- prior                +/- prior                +/- prior
                                                                 FY00         year         FY99        year        FY98        year         FY97        year         FY96        year

Total                                                           49,792       14%          43,624         12%      39,013      25%          31,093      10%          28,309          n/a
                  [a]
      Criminal                                                  26,847        7%          25,129         7%       23,380      38%          16,912      11%          15,294          n/a
         Rec'd electronically (livescan)                        16,828       22%          13,788      71%          8,047
         Rec'd by mail                                          10,019      -12%          11,341     -26%         15,333

      Appplicant [b]                                            19,154       25%          15,295         19%      12,831      10%          11,701       5%          11,150          n/a
        For work w/ children/dep. adults                        10,901       21%           9,045         26%       7,195
        For concealed handgun permit [c]                          3,782      69%           2,237         39%       1,612
        For insurance employment                                  2,421      23%           1,970         36%       1,453
        For other non-criminal emplmt/lic.                        1,150       7%           1,078     -29%          1,519
        For criminal justice employment                             900       -7%            965         -8%       1,052
                  [d]
      Juvenile                                                    1,097       4%           1,050         -5%       1,108       -6%          1,185     495%             199          n/a
         Anchorage Youth Facility                                   513       1%             509         66%         307
         Fairbanks Youth Facility                                   266      14%             233     -20%            291
         Bethel Youth Facility                                      109     -26%             148         5%          141
         Other youth facilities                                      92      11%              83     -67%            255
         Juneau Youth Facility                                      117      52%              77     -32%            114
                                     [e]
      Sex Offender Registration                                   1,097      91%             574     -25%            764      31%             585     -40%             980          n/a
            [f]
      DNA                                                           726      15%             631     144%            259     -22%             333     141%             138          n/a

      Elimination [g]                                               583       -9%            643         -4%         671      78%             377     -31%             548          n/a

      Deceased                                                      288       -5%            302         n/a

      Other [h]                                                      0        0%                0      0%               0      0%                0       0%                 0     n/a
[a]   See AS 12.80.060. Decrease in criminal cards mailed in is due to installation of livescans. Since 1998, livescans have been installed at Cook Inlet Pre-Trial, Sixth Avenue
      Correctional Center, and the Anchorage Court. In FY 2000, livescans were installed at Mat-Su Pre-Trial and the Fairbanks Correctional Center.
[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]
      Refers to prints submitted for crime scene identification.
[h]
      Includes voluntary submissions under AS 44.41.025.




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                                TABLE 110D. PHOTOGRAPHS PROCESSED ANNUALLY: CRIMINAL/NONCRIMINAL

                                                                        +/- prior                +/- prior             +/- prior             +/- prior               +/- prior
                                                                FY00        year         FY99        year      FY98        year     FY97         year     FY96           year

Total                                                         166,715     -11%         186,812       16%     160,819       9%      147,851      30%      113,723         n/a

      Noncriminal: Driver's License/State ID Card [a]        157,800        -3%       163,174        19%     137,298       3%      133,258      29%      103,204          n/a

      Criminal: Booking Photos [b]                             8,915      -62%         23,638        0%       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. In FY 98 and FY 99, a backlog of over 20,000 booking photos were organized for prior years.




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                                TABLE 110E. APSIN USERS, BY AGENCY

          Agency                                 Office/Division/Location           Users [a]
          Total                                                                        2,461

          State Dept. of Public Safety Total                                             740
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Aniak Enforcement                     1
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Anch AST-CIB                             22
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Aniak AST Enforcement                     1
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Anch AST-JS                              28
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Anch AST Permits & Lic                    7
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Anch AST-Directors Office                32
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Anch AST-Intell                           5
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Bethel FWP Enforcement                    2
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Bethel AST Headquarters                  23
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Big Lake AST Enforcement                  2
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Cordova FWP Enforcement                   4
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Delta Junction AST                        5
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Dillingham Enforcement                1
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Dillingham AST                            5
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Dutch Harbor Enforcement              4
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Fairbanks                             4
          State Dept. of Public Safety           AST Enforcement - Fbks                   37
          State Dept. of Public Safety           AST HQ - Fbks                            38
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Fairbanks AST-JS                         10
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Fairbanks Regional Ofc                    4
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Fire Marshal's Office-Director           18
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Fire Marshal's Office-Fairbanks           1
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Fire Marshal's Office-Juneau              3
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Anch AST Fish & Wildlife                 30
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Girdwood AST Enforcement                  4
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Glennallen AST                            8
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Glennallen Enforcement                1
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Haines AST                                2
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Haines Enforcement                    1
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Hoonah Enforcement                    2
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Homer AST                                 5
          State Dept. of Public Safety           DPS Information Systems                  33
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Juneau Enforcement                    6
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Juneau AST Enforcement                   10
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Admin. Svcs.                             52
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Juneau AST JS                             3
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Juneau AST Metro Unit                     3
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Juneau Southeast Regional Office          2
          State Dept. of Public Safety           AST Kenai Judicial Services               1
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Ketchikan AST                            22
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Ketchikan Judicial Servcies               1
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Ketchikan Enforcement                 2
          State Dept. of Public Safety           King Salmon FWP Enforcement               2
          State Dept. of Public Safety           King Salmon AST Enforcement               1
          State Dept. of Public Safety           AST Klawock Enforcement                   2
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Kodiak AST                               11
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Kodiak Enforcement                   17
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Kotzebue AST                              8
          State Dept. of Public Safety           DPS Crime Lab                            21
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Nome Enforcement                      1
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                                TABLE 110E. APSIN USERS, BY AGENCY

          Agency                                 Office/Division/Location        Users [a]
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Nome AST                                8
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Anchorage AST Dispatch                21
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Palmer Enforcement                  9
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Palmer AST-Drugs                        9
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Palmer AST                            40
          State Dept. of Public Safety           AST Palmer HQ                           7
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Palmer AST Investigations               3
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Palmer AST-JS                           6
          State Dept. of Public Safety           R&I-Juneau                              2
          State Dept. of Public Safety           R&I-Anchorage                         20
          State Dept. of Public Safety           AST Seward Enforcement                  2
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Seward Enforcement                  1
          State Dept. of Public Safety           FWP Sitka Enforcement                   2
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Sitka AST                             11
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Soldotna F&WP                         10
          State Dept. of Public Safety           AST Soldotna Enforcement              28
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Soldotna AST HQ                         6
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Soldotna Judicial Services              3
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Anchorage DPS Supply                    8
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Anch AST-Drugs                        13
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Talkeetna AST                           5
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Tok AST Enforcement                     7
          State Dept. of Public Safety           Villiage Public Safety Office         11

          Municipal Agency Total                                                      563
          Municipal Agency                       Anchorage City Attorney               32
          Municipal Agency                       Anch Police Dept.                    217
          Municipal Agency                       Barrow Police Dept                     8
          Municipal Agency                       Bristol Bay Police Dept                4
          Municipal Agency                       Bethel Police Dept                     9
          Municipal Agency                       Cordova Police Dept                    8
          Municipal Agency                       Craig Police Dept                     10
          Municipal Agency                       Dillingham Police Dept                 6
          Municipal Agency                       Fairbanks Police Dept                 49
          Municipal Agency                       Haines Police Dept                     9
          Municipal Agency                       Homer Police Dept                     10
          Municipal Agency                       Hoonah Police Dept                     4
          Municipal Agency                       Juneau Police Dept                    24
          Municipal Agency                       Kenai Police Dept                     23
          Municipal Agency                       Ketchikan Police Dept                  9
          Municipal Agency                       Klawock Police Department              1
          Municipal Agency                       Kodiak Police Dept                     8
          Municipal Agency                       Municipality of Anchorage              5
          Municipal Agency                       Nome Police Department                 4
          Municipal Agency                       North Pole Police Dept                 8
          Municipal Agency                       Palmer Police Dept                    19
          Municipal Agency                       Petersburg Police Dept                 6
          Municipal Agency                       Seward Police Dept                     8
          Municipal Agency                       Sitka Police Dept                     10
          Municipal Agency                       Skagway Police Dept                    6
          Municipal Agency                       Soldotna Police Dept                   1
          Municipal Agency                       Unalaska Police Dept                   7
          Municipal Agency                       Valdez Police Dept                    15
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                                TABLE 110E. APSIN USERS, BY AGENCY

          Agency                                 Office/Division/Location           Users [a]
          Municipal Agency                       Wasilla Police Dept                      28
          Municipal Agency                       Wrangell Police Department               12
          Municipal Agency                       Yakutat Police Department                  3

          State Dept. of Corrections Total                                               569
          State Dept. of Corrections             Anch 6th Ave Corrections                 46
          State Dept. of Corrections             Anchorage Adult Probation                44
          State Dept. of Corrections             Barrow Probation/Parole                   1
          State Dept. of Corrections             Bethel Probation                          3
          State Dept. of Corrections             Cook Inlet Pre-Trial                     47
          State Dept. of Corrections             Anch Corrections/Central                 22
          State Dept. of Corrections             Juneau Corrections/Central               15
          State Dept. of Corrections             Nome Corrections                         27
          State Dept. of Corrections             Palmer Corrections                       62
          State Dept. of Corrections             Dillingham Probation                      2
          State Dept. of Corrections             Fairbanks Probation                       6
          State Dept. of Corrections             Fairbanks Youth Corrections               2
          State Dept. of Corrections             Eagle River Corrections                  29
          State Dept. of Corrections             Juneau Probation                          7
          State Dept. of Corrections             Ketchikan Corrections                    27
          State Dept. of Corrections             Kenai Probation                           2
          State Dept. of Corrections             Ketchikan Probation                       2
          State Dept. of Corrections             Kodiak Probation                          2
          State Dept. of Corrections             Kotzebue Probation                        1
          State Dept. of Corrections             Palmer Mat-Su Pre-Trial                  30
          State Dept. of Corrections             Nome Probation                            3
          State Dept. of Corrections             Fairbanks Corrections                    34
          State Dept. of Corrections             Pt. McKenzie Rehab                       14
          State Dept. of Corrections             Palmer Probation                          3
          State Dept. of Corrections             Seward Corrections                       55
          State Dept. of Corrections             Sitka Probation                           1
          State Dept. of Corrections             Juneau Corr/ Lemon Creek                 16
          State Dept. of Corrections             Kenai Corr/Pre-Trial                     59
          State Dept. of Corrections             Bethel Corrections                        7

          State Dept. of Administration Total                                            101
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Drivers Services Juneau              11
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Driver Improvement Anchorage          5
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Field Service HQ                      6
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Anchorage                             6
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Midtown Anchorage                     2
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Eagle River                           1
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Fairbanks                             1
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Juneau                                2
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Kodiak                                1
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Palmer                                1
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Soldotna                              1
          State Dept. of Administration          Anchorage Data Center                    17
          State Dept. of Administration          Motor Vehicles                            1
          State Dept. of Administration          DMV Information Systems                   2
          State Dept. of Administration          Fairbanks Data Center                     1
          State Dept. of Administration          Juneau Data Center                       29
          State Dept. of Administration          DOA-Property Management                   1
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                                TABLE 110E. APSIN USERS, BY AGENCY

          Agency                                 Office/Division/Location             Users [a]
          State Dept. of Administration          Anch Public Defenders                      13

          Federal Agency Total                                                             234
          Federal Agency                         Alcohol/Tobacco/Firearms                    6
          Federal Agency                         US Customs/Border                          12
          Federal Agency                         US-Drug Enforcement                         9
          Federal Agency                         Federal Aviation Security                   3
          Federal Agency                         US-Fed Bureau Of Invest                    23
          Federal Agency                         Internal Revenue Service                    9
          Federal Agency                         US Customs-Anch                             3
          Federal Agency                         Elmendorf Security Police                  36
          Federal Agency                         Clear Airforce Base                        15
          Federal Agency                         Elmendorf OSI                              14
          Federal Agency                         Eielson Security Police                    24
          Federal Agency                         US Forest Service - Thorne Bay              1
          Federal Agency                         US Protective Service                       3
          Federal Agency                         Ft. Richardson Sec. Police                 13
          Federal Agency                         US Fish/Wildlife Enforcemt                  5
          Federal Agency                         US Immigration & Nat                       15
          Federal Agency                         US Marshal's Office                        14
          Federal Agency                         US Probation                               14
          Federal Agency                         US Postal Inspection                        7
          Federal Agency                         Ft. Wainwright Sec. Police                  8

          State Dept. of Law Total                                                          57
          State Dept. of Law                     Attorney Generals Office-Criminal           4
          State Dept. of Law                     Attorney Generals Office-Civil              4
          State Dept. of Law                     Anchorage District Attorney                26
          State Dept. of Law                     Bethel District Attorney                    3
          State Dept. of Law                     Dillingham District Attorney                2
          State Dept. of Law                     Fairbanks District Attorney                 5
          State Dept. of Law                     Juneau District Attorney                    4
          State Dept. of Law                     Ketchikan District Attorney                 2
          State Dept. of Law                     Kodiak District Attorney                    1
          State Dept. of Law                     Palmer District Attorney                    6

          State Dept. of Transportation                                                     47
          State Dept. of Transportation          DMV                                         6
          State Dept. of Transportation          Airport Safety                             14
          State Dept. of Transportation          Fairbanks Airport Police                   27

          State Dept. of Health/Social Services Total                                       34
          State Dept. of Health/Social Services    Alcohol Safety                            9
          State Dept. of Health/Social Services    H&SS-Juneau - Family Services             2
          State Dept. of Health/Social Services    H&SS-Anchorage Family Services            9
          State Dept. of Health/Social Services    Johnson Human Services                    1
          State Dept. of Health/Social Services    Mat-Su Youth Services                     1
          State Dept. of Health/Social Services    Anchorage Youth Facility                  4
          State Dept. of Health/Social Services    H&SS Public Health                        8

          State Dept. of Revenue Total                                                      31
          State Dept. of Revenue                 ABC Board - Enforcement                     4
          State Dept. of Revenue                 Child Support Enforcement Division         24
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                                TABLE 110E. APSIN USERS, BY AGENCY

          Agency                                     Office/Division/Location                       Users [a]
          State Dept. of Revenue                     Revenue/Charitable Gaming                              1
          State Dept. of Revenue                     Permanent Fund-Enforce                                 1
          State Dept. of Revenue                     Permanent Fund-Review                                  1

          State: University of Alaska Total                                                               24
          State: University of Alaska                University Police-Anchorage                           8
          State: University of Alaska                University Police-Fairbanks                          15
          State: University of Alaska                U. of A. Anchorage Resesarch                          1

          Alaska Court System Total                                                                       24
          Alaska Court System                        Anchorage District Court                             15
          Alaska Court System                        Fairbanks District Court                              4
          Alaska Court System                        Juneau District Court                                 5

          State Dept. of Labor Total                                                                      14
          State Dept. of Labor                       Labor Standards & Safety                              7
          State Dept. of Labor                       Employment Security                                   7

          State Dept. of Natural Resources Total                                                           8
          State Dept. of Natural Resources       State Park Rangers - Fairbanks                            1
          State Dept. of Natural Resources       Mat-Su Parks and Recreation                               4
          State Dept. of Natural Resources       State Park Rangers S District Kenai                       3

          State Dept. of Military/Veterans Affairs   Air National Guard                                    9


          State Dept. of Environ. Conservation Total                                                       3
          State Dept. of Environ. Conservation/No DEC - Enforcement                                        1
          State Dept. of Environ. Conservation    DEC - Enforcement                                        2

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

          [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 Telecommunication 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
                                                           FY00        year         FY99       year        FY98        year          FY97        year         FY96         year

                               [a]
 Total APSIN Transactions                             3,888,226        7%      3,647,854       71%     2,132,355       n/a
     Display Basic Person                             2,583,257        7%      2,416,843       158%      936,062        n/a (FY98 number reflects partial year measurement)
     Display Wants/Warrants                             627,303        1%        620,668        -2%      630,505        n/a
     Display Convictions Only                           378,525       10%        342,738        6%       322,877        n/a
     Display Full Criminal History                      276,300       11%        249,424       10%       227,351        n/a
     Display "Interested Person Report" [b]              17,247       33%         13,016       29%        10,092        n/a
     Display "Criminal History Report"[d]                 3,362       17%          2,866        -8%        3,102        n/a
     Display "Any Person Report" [c]                      2,232        -3%         2,299        -3%        2,366        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).




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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, as required in AS 12.62.120. 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
                                                6/30/00     year     6/30/99     year      6/30/98     year      6/30/97     year    6/30/96       year

       Total Warrants[a]                        21,351     -22%       27,280       n/a
             Bench                              15,527     -26%       21,093       n/a
             Misdemeanor                         3,979     -12%        4,497       n/a
             Felony                              1,845       9%        1,690       n/a


       Total Persons with Warrants              17,164     -16%       20,398     -20%       25,421      n/a
             Bench                              11,938     -20%       14,925     -24%       19,601      n/a
             Misdemeanor                         3,550     -10%        3,952      -9%        4,337      n/a
             Felony                              1,676      10%        1,521       3%        1,483      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
                                                     6/30/00     year        6/30/99     year        6/30/98     year    6/30/97     year    6/30/96        year

     Total                                            17,184     44%         11,912      57%          7,586       n/a
             Inactive [a]                             16,178     49%         10,891      69%          6,437       n/a
             Active                                    1,006      -1%          1,021    -11%          1,149       n/a
                 Protective Order [b]                    694       0%            697     98%            352       n/a
                 Ex Parte [c]                            253       2%            247     -8%            268       n/a
                 Restraining Order [e]                    55     -29%             77    -85%            527       n/a
                 Emergency [d]                             4       n/a             0      0%              2       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. CORRECTIONAL STATUS: APSIN RECORDS IN APSIN


                                                         on +/- prior              on +/- prior           on +/- prior        on +/- prior        on       +/- prior
                                                    6/30/00     year          6/30/99     year       6/30/98     year    6/30/97     year    6/30/96           year

  Persons w/ Correctional Status [a]                  4,877      5%             4,658      10%        4,217       n/a

        Community Corrections Supervision             4,877      5%             4,658      10%        4,217       n/a

        Incarcerated                                    n/a      n/a               n/a         n/a       n/a      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; meanwhile, Department of Corrections is manually
        entering and updating information about persons on under the supervision of Community Corrections (probation/parole) as resources allow.




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                                                   TABLE 120D. CRIMINAL CHARGES IN APSIN

                                                          on +/- prior           on +/- prior          on +/- prior           on +/- prior        on        +/- prior
                                                     6/30/00     year       6/30/99     year      6/30/98     year       6/30/97     year    6/30/96            year

     Total Charges [a]                              887,579       5%        841,956        5%    802,552       n/a
             Misdemeanor Convictions                464,078       3%        450,283        5%    429,992        n/a
                                          [b]
             Charges without Conviction             387,478       8%        357,483        5%    340,260        n/a

             Felony Convictions                      36,023       5%         34,190        6%      32,300       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; this number includes all charge records without a disposition in APSIN.




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                     TABLE 120E. CHARGES ENTERED IN APSIN ANNUALLY
                               (HIGHEST TO LOWEST VOLUME)
                                                          +/- prior
                                    [a]
    Location        Arrest Agency                  FY00       year        FY99     FY98    FY97

    TOTAL CHARGES [b]                            41,726       -5%        43,916   45,099

    ANCHORAGE       POLICE DEPT                 14,068      0%           14,013   14,535
    FAIRBANKS       AST ENFORCEMENT              2,366     36%            1,737    1,469
    FAIRBANKS       POLICE DEPT                 2,337       -2%           2,385    2,546
    JUNEAU          POLICE DEPT                 1,897      -12%           2,162    2,181
    PALMER          AST ENFORCEMENT             1,621      14%            1,422    1,476
    SOLDOTNA        AST ENFORCEMENT              966        1%             961     1,173
    KETCHIKAN       POLICE DEPT                  929        -8%           1,007    1,043
    WASILLA         POLICE DEPT                  799        7%             745      758
    BETHEL          POLICE DEPT                  799       13%             709      582
    KENAI           POLICE DEPT                  683        7%             641      731
    KOTZEBUE        POLICE DEPT                  671        -7%            725      530
    BETHEL          DEPT OF CORRECTIONS          659       -30%            935     1,164
    KODIAK          POLICE DEPT                  636        -1%            644      562
    N. SLOPE BOR.   POLICE DEPT                  594       -24%            780      709
    ANCHORAGE       DISTRICT COURT               568       -54%           1,227    1,576
    NORTH POLE      POLICE DEPT                  532       122%            240      204
    SOLDOTNA        POLICE DEPT                  520       11%             470      439
    NOME            AST ENFORCEMENT              519       -20%            651      584
    PALMER          POLICE DEPT                  511       -12%            580      491
    SITKA           POLICE DEPT                  455       51%             302      298
    DILLINGHAM      POLICE DEPT                  403       -21%            510      349
    FAIRBANKS       UNIVERSITY POLICE            345       10%             313      353
    ANCHORAGE       DEPT OF CORRECTIONS          338       -31%            488      450
    CRAIG           POLICE DEPT                  315       23%             257      346
    VALDEZ          POLICE DEPT                  295       -17%            356      302
    SEWARD          POLICE DEPT                  293        -8%            318      270
    GIRDWOOD        AST ENFORCEMENT              287        6%             272      118
    HOMER           POLICE DEPT                  275       -31%            400      539
    NOME            POLICE DEPT                  266       275%             71      295
    UNALASKA        POLICE DEPT                  261        -5%            274      332
    ANCHORAGE       AIRPORT POLICE               256       -40%            429      271
    KODIAK          AST ENFORCEMENT              224       47%             152      120
    KETCHIKAN       AST ENFORCEMENT              222       -15%            260      238
    FAIRBANKS       DISTRICT COURT               212       -50%            422      348
    KOTZEBUE        AST ENFORCEMENT              204       -13%            235      295
    JUNEAU          DISTRICT COURT               199       -45%            359      304
    WRANGELL        POLICE DEPT                  197       21%             163      171
    BETHEL          DISTRICT COURT               190       -50%            377      335
    CORDOVA         POLICE DEPT                  173       57%             110      161
    PALMER          DISTRICT COURT               158       -55%            352      404
    HOMER           AST ENFORCEMENT              153        -6%            163      123
    ANCHORAGE       UNIVERSITY POLICE            150       85%              81       53
    TALKEETNA       AST ENFORCEMENT              142       26%             113      101
    PETERSBURG      POLICE DEPT                  139       36%             102      125
    FAIRBANKS       AIRPORT POLICE               139       39%             100      169
    TOK             AST ENFORCEMENT              136       60%              85       64
    KENAI           DISTRICT COURT               133       -42%            229      215
    HAINES          POLICE DEPT                  133       71%              78      140
    BIG LAKE        AST ENFORCEMENT              128       11%             115      109
    GLENNALLEN      AST ENFORCEMENT              122       -16%            145       71
    KODIAK          DISTRICT COURT               113       -58%            269      259
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                     TABLE 120E. CHARGES ENTERED IN APSIN ANNUALLY
                               (HIGHEST TO LOWEST VOLUME)
                                                        +/- prior
                                    [a]
    Location        Arrest Agency                FY00       year       FY99   FY98   FY97
    SEWARD          AST ENFORCEMENT             101       -3%           104    130
    HOONAH          POLICE DEPT                 101      49%             68    116
    DELTA JUNCT.    AST ENFORCEMENT             97       83%             53    145
    ST. PAUL        POLICE DEPT                 95       102%            47     14
    ANCHORAGE       SUPERIOR COURT              90       -64%           247    160
    NENANA          AST ENFORCEMENT             88       49%             59     39
    KOTZEBUE        DISTRICT COURT              76       -54%           166    102
    PALMER          SUPERIOR COURT              69       -35%           106    103
    NOME            DISTRICT COURT              68        -7%            73     83
    SAND POINT      POLICE DEPT                 67       168%            25     24
    NINILCHIK       AST ENFORCEMENT             66       47%             45     25
    DILLINGHAM      MAGISTRATE COURT            66       -50%           131    158
    KETCHIKAN       DISTRICT COURT              63       -36%            98    144
    PETERSBURG      DISTRICT COURT              61       -34%            92     92
    ANCHORAGE       AST ENFORCEMENT             52       -64%           145    256
    KLAWOCK         AST ENFORCEMENT             50       -43%            87     60
    KOTZEBUE        VPSO                        47       -25%            63     59
    KENAI           SUPERIOR COURT              43       258%            12     47
    FAIRBANKS       SUPERIOR COURT              42       -56%            95    147
    CRAIG           MAGISTRATE COURT            42       -37%            67     64
    HOONAH          MAGISTRATE COURT            41        -7%            44     49
    FAIRBANKS       AST INVESTIGATIONS          41       46%             28     22
    NORTHWAY        AST ENFORCEMENT             38       -21%            48     48
    CANTWELL        AST ENFORCEMENT             36       57%             23     29
    ANCHORAGE       DEPT OF LABOR               36
    GALENA          AST ENFORCEMENT             35        0%             35     98
    EMMONAK         POLICE DEPT                 35
    BARROW          DISTRICT COURT              35                      100     77
    BETHEL          AST ENFORCEMENT             34                        1     82
    ANCHORAGE       AST HEADQUARTERS            34
    COOPER LNDG     AST ENFORCEMENT             33       154%            13     21
    SOLDOTNA        FWP ENFORCEMENT             32       967%             3     11
    SAND POINT      MAGISTRATE COURT            32       -64%            88     61
    YAKUTAT         MAGISTRATE COURT            31       -52%            65     63
    ST. MARY'S      MAGISTRATE COURT            31       -60%            77     80
    FAIRBANKS       VPSO                        30       -48%            58     54
    STATEWIDE       ATT. GENERAL OFFICE         27
    KAKE            POLICE DEPT                 26       767%             3     34
    YAKUTAT         POLICE DEPT                 23       -38%            37     35
    ST. MARY'S      AST ENFORCEMENT             23                               2
    NENANA          POLICE DEPT                 23       667%             3      7
    STATEWIDE       FWP INVESTIGATIONS          21
    SITKA           DISTRICT COURT              21       -72%            75     99
    JUNEAU          AST ENFORCEMENT             21       -40%            35     37
    SKAGWAY         POLICE DEPT                 19       111%             9      4
    NAKNEK          DISTRICT COURT              19       -24%            25     34
    JUNEAU          VPSO                        19       -30%            27     29
    GALENA          DISTRICT COURT              19       -60%            47     18
    SOLDOTNA        AST INVESTIGATIONS          17       183%             6      2
    PALMER          FWP ENFORCEMENT             17        0%             17     11
    HEALY           AST ENFORCEMENT             17       42%             12
    EMMONAK         MAGISTRATE COURT            17       -83%           100    173
    ANIAK           MAGISTRATE COURT            17       -59%            41     47
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                     TABLE 120E. CHARGES ENTERED IN APSIN ANNUALLY
                               (HIGHEST TO LOWEST VOLUME)
                                                        +/- prior
                                    [a]
    Location        Arrest Agency                FY00       year       FY99   FY98   FY97
    KLAWOCK         FWP ENFORCEMENT             16       60%             10     17
    CHEVAK          DISTRICT COURT              16       -62%            42     58
    SOLDOTNA        AST JUDICIAL SVCS           15       400%             3      2
    PALMER          AST MAT-SU REG OFFICE       15       36%             11      9
    HOMER           DISTRICT COURT              15       -40%            25     29
    BETHEL          SUPERIOR COURT              15       -53%            32     41
    ANCHORAGE       FWP ENFORCEMENT             15       400%             3      5
    VALDEZ          DISTRICT COURT              14       -72%            50     61
    SEWARD          DISTRICT COURT              14       -73%            51     23
    UNALAKLEET      MAGISTRATE COURT            13       -50%            26      6
    SKAGWAY         MAGISTRATE COURT            13       -24%            17     12
    BRISTOL BAY     POLICE DEPT                 13       -43%            23     17
    HOOPER BAY      VPSO                        12
    GLENNALLEN      DISTRICT COURT              12       -66%            35     47
    FT. YUKON       POLICE DEPT                 12       -78%            54     10
    EMMONAK         VPSO                        12
    NENANA          MAGISTRATE COURT            11       -52%            23      5
    WRANGELL        DISTRICT COURT              10       -75%            40     28
    KODIAK          FWP ENFORCEMENT             10       400%             2
    KAKE            DISTRICT COURT              10       -81%            52     30
    BIG LAKE        FWP ENFORCEMENT             10       67%              6      1
    WHITTIER        POLICE DEPT                 9        200%             3      1
    UNALAKLEET      AST ENFORCEMENT             9        800%             1
    PETERSBURG      FWP ENFORCEMENT             9
    PALMER          AST INVESTIGATIONS          9        350%             2      3
    FAIRBANKS       CORRECTIONS                 9        80%              5     49
    BRISTOL BAY     VPSO                        9                                6
    TOGIAK          POLICE DEPT                 8        700%             1      9
    SAND POINT      AST ENFORCEMENT             8        -11%             9      5
    NAPAKIAK        VPSO                        8
    KLAWOCK         POLICE DEPT                 8        700%             1      1
    KETCHIKAN       SUPERIOR COURT              8        -75%            32     20
    JUNEAU          SUPERIOR COURT              8        -58%            19     25
    CHEVAK          VPSO                        8
    ANGOON          MAGISTRATE COURT            8        -56%            18     20
    WRANGELL        MAGISTRATE COURT            7        133%             3      8
    UNALASKA        MAGISTRATE COURT            7        -87%            55     41
    PALMER          DEPT OF CORRECTIONS         7        -79%            34    120
    NAKNEK          MAGISTRATE COURT            7        -63%            19     30
    KOTZEBUE        SUPERIOR COURT              7        -84%            45     24
    FT. YUKON       MAGISTRATE COURT            7        -82%            38     69
    ANCHORAGE       AST JUDICIAL SVCS           7                                2
    SHELDONS PT     VPSO                        6
    PILOT STATION   VPSO                        6
    MT. VILLAGE     VPSO                        6                                5
    HEALY           MAGISTRATE COURT            6        -40%            10      1
    HAINES          DISTRICT COURT              6        -50%            12
    BARROW          SUPERIOR COURT              6        -33%             9     11
    ANIAK           AST ENFORCEMENT             6        500%             1
    SELDOVIA        POLICE DEPT                 5        -38%             8     19
    SCAMMON BAY     VPSO                        5
    PETERSBURG      AST ENFORCEMENT             5        400%             1     12
    KODIAK          VPSO                        5        400%             1
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                     TABLE 120E. CHARGES ENTERED IN APSIN ANNUALLY
                               (HIGHEST TO LOWEST VOLUME)
                                                        +/- prior
                                    [a]
    Location        Arrest Agency                FY00       year       FY99   FY98   FY97
    KODIAK          SUPERIOR COURT              5        67%              3      9
    KETCHIKAN       FWP ENFORCEMENT             5        67%              3      3
    KAKE            MAGISTRATE COURT            5        -74%            19     33
    GAMBELL         VPSO                        5        400%             1
    GALENA          POLICE DEPT                 5        -50%            10
    ANVIK           VPSO                        5
    ANCHORAGE       DPS INFO SYSTEMS [c]        5        150%             2      2
    TANANA          POLICE DEPT                 4
    STEBBINS        VPSO                        4
    ST. MARY'S      POLICE DEPT                 4                                1
    ST. GEORGE      VPSO                        4
    NUNAPITCHUK     VPSO                        4
    NOME            SUPERIOR COURT              4        -78%            18      7
    MCGRATH         MAGISTRATE COURT            4        -73%            15     11
    LOWER KLSKG     VPSO                        4
    HAINES          AST ENFORCEMENT             4        -60%            10      8
    COLD BAY        AST ENFORCEMENT             4         0%              4
    BARROW          POLICE DEPT                 4
    ANCHORAGE       AST INVESTIGATIONS          4
    ALAKANUK        VPSO                        4
    WRANGELL        SUPERIOR COURT              3                                3
    WRANGELL        AST ENFORCEMENT             3
    ST. PAUL        MAGISTRATE COURT            3        -88%            24     50
    SHISHMAREF      VPSO                        3
    PETERSBURG      SUPERIOR COURT              3        -25%             4      4
    HOMER           FWP ENFORCEMENT             3        -40%             5      4
    HAINES          MAGISTRATE COURT            3        -40%             5      7
    GLENNALLEN      SUPERIOR COURT              3        -40%             5      9
    FAIRBANKS       FWP ENFORCEMENT             3        -25%             4      3
    FAIRBANKS       AST JUDICIAL SVCS           3        -80%            15      2
    EKWOK           VPSO                        3        200%             1
    DILLINGHAM      SUPERIOR COURT              3        -80%            15     16
    CORDOVA         FWP ENFORCEMENT             3        200%             1      1
    CANTWELL        FWP ENFORCEMENT             3        -57%             7
    ANIAK           AST ENFORCEMENT             3        -40%             5
    ANCHORAGE       AST WHITE COLLAR CRIME      3                                2
    WHITTIER        MAGISTRATE COURT            2        -75%             8     13
    VALDEZ          FWP ENFORCEMENT             2        -67%             6      4
    TOK             DISTRICT COURT              2        -71%             7     12
    NORTH POLE      AST ENFORCEMENT             2
    KOTLIK          VPSO                        2                                1
    JUNEAU          FWP ENFORCEMENT             2        -71%             7      3
    HOMER           SUPERIOR COURT              2
    HAINES          FWP ENFORCEMENT             2
    FY YUKON        AST ENFORCEMENT             2         0%              2      1
    FAIRBANKS       CITY ATTORNEY               2
    ELIM            VPSO                        2
    DILLINGHAM      AST ENFORCEMENT             2                                4
    DELTA JUNCT.    DISTRICT COURT              2        -80%            10     13
    CORDOVA         DISTRICT COURT              2        -75%             8      5
    CORDOVA         SUPERIOR COURT              2
    BARROW          AST ENFORCEMENT             2        100%             1
    ANCHORAGE       AST AIRPORT OFFICE          2
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                     TABLE 120E. CHARGES ENTERED IN APSIN ANNUALLY
                               (HIGHEST TO LOWEST VOLUME)
                                                        +/- prior
                                    [a]
    Location        Arrest Agency                FY00       year       FY99   FY98   FY97
    ANCHORAGE       AST MAJOR CRIME UNIT        2                                4
    AKIACHAK        VPSO                        2
    VALDEZ          SUPERIOR COURT              1        -80%             5     17
    UPPER KLSKG     VPSO                        1
    UNALASKA        AST ENFORCEMENT             1        -75%             4
    TUNTUTULIAK     VPSO                        1
    ST. PAUL        SUPERIOR COURT              1
    ST. MICHAEL     VPSO                        1
    SLEETMUTE       VPSO                        1
    SITKA           DPS ACADEMY                 1                                1
    SHAKTOOLIK      VPSO                        1
                  VPSO
    RUSSIAN MISSION                             1
    OLD HARBOR      VPSO                        1
    NOME            VPSO                        1        -67%             3
    MCGRATH         VPSO                        1
    MAT-SU          CORRECTIONS                 1
    KING SALMON     AST ENFORCEMENT             1         0%              1      9
    KING COVE       POLICE DEPT                 1
    KETCHIKAN       DEPT OF LAW (D.A.)          1                                3
    KETCHIKAN       DEPT OF CORRECTIONS         1                                8
    JUNEAU          AST JUDICIAL SERVICES       1
    HOONAH          FWP ENFORCEMENT             1
    HOONAH          AST ENFORCEMENT             1         0%              1
    GLENNALLEN      FWP ENFORCEMENT             1        -80%             5      6
    GDNEWS BAY      VPSO                        1
    FAIRBANKS       REGIONAL OFFICE             1         0%              1      2
    DUTCH HBR       FWP ENFORCEMENT             1
    DILLINGHAM      VPSO                        1
    BREVIG MISSION VPSO                         1
    ANGOON          POLICE DEPT                 1        -50%             2
    ANCHORAGE       AST                         1        -75%             4     15
    ANCHORAGE       AST DIRECTORS OFFICE        1
    ANCHORAGE       DISTRICT ATTORNEY           1        -50%             2
    ANCHORAGE       DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMIN      1
    ANCHORAGE       PARKING AUTHORITY           1
    ANCHORAGE       BUREAU DRUG ENFORCEMENT 1
    ANCHORAGE       US FOREST SERVICE           1
    ANCHORAGE       US FISH & WILDLIFE          1         0%              1
    YAKUTAT         AST ENFORCEMENT                                              1
    VALDEZ          MAGISTRATE COURT                                             1
    VALDEZ          AST ENFORCEMENT                                              2
    UNALASKA        SUPERIOR COURT                      -100%             2      4
    TOK             MAGISTRATE COURT                    -100%             1
    TANANA          MAGISTRATE COURT                    -100%             5      2
    TALKEETNA       FWP ENFORCEMENT                                              1
    ST. PAUL        AST ENFORCEMENT                     -100%             3
    SOLDOTNA        AST E DETACHMENT VPSO               -100%             2      2
    SITKA           FWP ENFORCEMENT                                              1
    SHEMYA          MAGISTRATE COURT                                             1
    SEWARD          FWP ENFORCEMENT                     -100%             1      1
    SELAWIK         MAGISTRATE COURT                    -100%             6      9
    PT. HOPE        MAGISTRATE COURT                    -100%             6      9
    PETERSBURG      MAGISTRATE COURT                                             1
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                        TABLE 120E. CHARGES ENTERED IN APSIN ANNUALLY
                                  (HIGHEST TO LOWEST VOLUME)
                                                            +/- prior
                                       [a]
    Location           Arrest Agency                 FY00       year         FY99           FY98            FY97
    PELICAN            MAGISTRATE COURT                     -100%               2              1
    PALMER             AST JUDICIAL SVCS                    -100%               1
    NOORVIK            MAGISTRATE COURT                     -100%               4              3
    NONDALTON          VPSO                                                                    1
    NOME               DEPT OF CORRECTIONS                                                    55
    NAKNEK             SUPERIOR COURT                       -100%               3              1
    METLAKATLA         POLICE DEPT                                                             3
    MCGRATH            FWP ENFORCEMENT                      -100%               1              1
    MCGRATH            VPSO                                 -100%               1              6
    MAT-SU             STATE PARK RANGERS                   -100%               1
    KOYUKUK            VPSO                                 -100%               1
    KIANA              MAGISTRATE COURT                     -100%               1              3
    KETCHIKAN          DETENTION HOME                                                          2
    KETCHIKAN          AST INVESTIGATIONS                                                      3
    KENAI              DEPT OF CORRECTIONS                  -100%               3             41
    KENAI              PROBATION / PAROLE                   -100%               1
    JUNEAU             DEPT OF CORRECTIONS                  -100%               1             27
    JUNEAU             U.S. FOREST SERVICE                                                     2
    JUNEAU             AST METRO UNIT                                                         11
    JUNEAU             SOUTHEAST REG. OFFICE                                                   2
    JUNEAU             SUPREME COURT                                                           1
    HOMER              VPSO                                                                    1
    HOLY CROSS         AST ENFORCEMENT                                                         1
    GLENNALLEN         MAGISTRATE COURT                                                        1
    GALENA             MAGISTRATE COURT                     -100%              20              7
    FAIRBANKS          DEPT OF LAW (D.A.)                   -100%              12              1
    FAIRBANKS          CORRECTIONS/PAROLE                   -100%               1
    DELTA JUNCT.       F&WP ENFORCEMENT                     -100%               1
    CROWN POINT        AST ENFORCEMENT                                                         2
    CRAIG              AST ENFORCEMENT                                                         1
    CORDOVA            AST ENFORCEMENT                                                        11
    BETHEL             AST HEADQUARTERS                     -100%               1
    BETHEL             AST INVESTIGATIONS                                                      4
    BETHEL             VPSO                                 -100%               3              3
    ANCHORAGE          ALCOHOL BEV CONTRL BD                -100%               4              4
    ANCHORAGE          CITY ATTORNEY                        -100%               1
    ANCHORAGE          CMRCL VEHIC ENFRCMT                  -100%               1              6
    ANCHORAGE          AST C DETACHMENT HQ                                                     3
    ANCHORAGE          US MARSHALL                          -100%               1
    AMCHITKA           MAGISTRATE COURT                                                        2
    ALEUTIAN           ALEUTIAN CHAIN VPSO                  -100%               2



    [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 120F. MANDATORY FINGERPRINTING COMPLIANCE[a] FOR CRIMINAL CHARGES DISPOSED LAST YEAR
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                                                                F           Felony          Misdemeanor          Non- conviction
DISPOSING AGENCY [b]                                ALL CHARGES P   % FP   Charges   % FP       Charges   % FP        Charges[c]       % FP


TOTAL - ALL DISPOSED CHARGES                              29,229    66%      1,954   77%         13,424   73%            13,851        58%

SUPERIOR COURT Total                                       5,023    71%      1,913    77%           352    71%            2,758         67%
SUPERIOR COURT           ANCHORAGE                         1,789    73%        711    76%           114    66%              964         71%
SUPERIOR COURT           FAIRBANKS                           928    66%        368    73%            82    64%              478         61%
SUPERIOR COURT           PALMER                              588    69%        174    79%            15    73%              399         65%
SUPERIOR COURT           KENAI                               248    69%         86    84%            19    78%              143         58%
SUPERIOR COURT           KETCHIKAN                           251    68%         85    82%             8    62%              158         62%
SUPERIOR COURT           BETHEL                              217    74%         87    79%            12    66%              118         71%
SUPERIOR COURT           KOTZEBUE                            246    73%         75    84%            18    83%              153         67%
SUPERIOR COURT           JUNEAU                              169    65%         90    67%            25    80%               54         55%
SUPERIOR COURT           NOME                                 86    68%         47    76%             5    80%               34         55%
SUPERIOR COURT           BARROW                              123    64%         41    70%            29    82%               53         49%
SUPERIOR COURT           KODIAK                               70    90%         33    96%             4   100%               33         81%
SUPERIOR COURT           DILLINGHAM                           44    84%         16    81%             1   100%               27         85%
SUPERIOR COURT           VALDEZ                               49    75%         20    85%             2    50%               27         70%
SUPERIOR COURT           CORDOVA                              25    96%         10   100%             1     0%               14        100%
SUPERIOR COURT           PETERSBURG                           21    80%         13    84%             0     0%                8         75%
SUPERIOR COURT           UNALASKA                              6    83%          6    83%             0     0%                0          0%
SUPERIOR COURT           HOMER                                48    75%         18    83%             6   100%               24         62%
SUPERIOR COURT           WRANGELL                             24    79%          8    75%             1     0%               15         86%
SUPERIOR COURT           GLENNALLEN                           30    93%          9    88%             1     0%               20        100%
SUPERIOR COURT           NAKNEK                                4    50%          1   100%             0     0%                3         33%
SUPERIOR COURT           SITKA                                29    93%          6   100%             3   100%               20         90%
SUPERIOR COURT           ST. PAUL                              3    66%          2    50%             1   100%                0          0%
SUPERIOR COURT           SEWARD                               25    80%          7    71%             5    80%               13         84%




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        TABLE 120F. MANDATORY FINGERPRINTING COMPLIANCE[a] FOR CRIMINAL CHARGES DISPOSED LAST YEAR
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                                                                F           Felony          Misdemeanor          Non- conviction
DISPOSING AGENCY [b]                                ALL CHARGES P   % FP   Charges   % FP       Charges   % FP        Charges[c]       % FP

DISTRICT COURT Total                                      20,719    67%        33     82%        12,047   73%             8,639        59%
DISTRICT COURT           ANCHORAGE                         7,361    65%        10     80%         4,420   72%             2,931        55%
DISTRICT COURT           FAIRBANKS                         3,005    70%         6     83%         1,799   75%             1,200        63%
DISTRICT COURT           PALMER                            1,909    66%         5     80%           872   76%             1,032        58%
DISTRICT COURT           KENAI                             1,447    57%         6    100%           800   68%               641        42%
DISTRICT COURT           JUNEAU                            1,423    73%         2    100%           783   74%               638        71%
DISTRICT COURT           BETHEL                            1,001    66%         1    100%           475   72%               525        60%
DISTRICT COURT           KETCHIKAN                           724    68%         0      0%           541   70%               183        63%
DISTRICT COURT           KODIAK                              557    72%         0      0%           338   76%               219        65%
DISTRICT COURT           BARROW                              442    82%         0      0%           224   83%               218        82%
DISTRICT COURT           KOTZEBUE                            565    74%         1    100%           331   79%               233        67%
DISTRICT COURT           NOME                                559    67%         0      0%           421   70%               138        57%
DISTRICT COURT           HOMER                               236    86%         0      0%           161   86%                75        85%
DISTRICT COURT           SEWARD                              264    61%         0      0%           164   69%               100        49%
DISTRICT COURT           SITKA                               240    88%         1      0%           141   87%                98        89%
DISTRICT COURT           VALDEZ                              191    74%         0      0%           133   81%                58        60%
DISTRICT COURT           PETERSBURG                          147    80%         0      0%            96   84%                51        72%
DISTRICT COURT           GLENNALLEN                           82    48%         0      0%            47   57%                35        37%
DISTRICT COURT           WRANGELL                             84    60%         0      0%            47   59%                37        62%
DISTRICT COURT           CORDOVA                              75    68%         0      0%            41   65%                34        70%
DISTRICT COURT           GALENA                               58    58%         1      0%            41   58%                16        62%
DISTRICT COURT           TOK                                  60    63%         0      0%            45   64%                15        60%
DISTRICT COURT           CHEVAK                              114    43%         0      0%            35   60%                79        36%
DISTRICT COURT           DELTA JUNCTION                       50    72%         0      0%            34   82%                16        50%
DISTRICT COURT           KAKE                                 23    47%         0      0%             8   62%                15        40%
DISTRICT COURT           HAINES                               58    27%         0      0%            25   48%                33        12%
DISTRICT COURT           NAKNEK                               44    27%         0      0%            25   20%                19        36%




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        TABLE 120F. MANDATORY FINGERPRINTING COMPLIANCE[a] FOR CRIMINAL CHARGES DISPOSED LAST YEAR
                                                                #
                                                                F            Felony           Misdemeanor           Non- conviction
DISPOSING AGENCY [b]                                ALL CHARGES P   % FP    Charges   % FP        Charges   % FP         Charges[c]       % FP

MAGISTRATE Total                                           1,519     62%          2   100%          1,012    66%               505         56%
MAGISTRATE               DILLINGHAM                          279     54%          0     0%            175    57%               104         50%
MAGISTRATE               CRAIG                               260     84%          0     0%            199    85%                61         81%
MAGISTRATE               UNALASKA                            104     74%          0     0%             82    80%                22         50%
MAGISTRATE               EMMONAK                              85     58%          0     0%             46    54%                39         64%
MAGISTRATE               ST. MARY'S                          106     53%          0     0%             65    56%                41         48%
MAGISTRATE               SAND POINT                          110     56%          0     0%             64    54%                46         58%
MAGISTRATE               ANIAK                                43     65%          0     0%             28    60%                15         73%
MAGISTRATE               YAKUTAT                              76     50%          0     0%             46    60%                30         33%
MAGISTRATE               SELAWIK                               1      0%          0     0%              0     0%                 1          0%
MAGISTRATE               HOONAH                              102     93%          0     0%             88    94%                14         85%
MAGISTRATE               FT. YUKON                            21     28%          0     0%             10     0%                11         54%
MAGISTRATE               ST. PAUL                             39     92%          2   100%             22    95%                15         86%
MAGISTRATE               HEALY                                47     59%          0     0%             29    62%                18         55%
MAGISTRATE               NENANA                               34     47%          0     0%             24    45%                10         50%
MAGISTRATE               SITKA                               n/a      n/a       n/a     n/a           n/a     n/a              n/a          n/a
MAGISTRATE               HAINES                               21     28%          0     0%             15    20%                 6         50%
MAGISTRATE               UNALAKLEET                           32     43%          0     0%             26    46%                 6         33%
MAGISTRATE               GALENA                               18     61%          0     0%             10    30%                 8        100%
MAGISTRATE               NAKNEK                               16      0%          0     0%              8     0%                 8          0%
MAGISTRATE               SHEMYA                              n/a      n/a       n/a     n/a           n/a     n/a              n/a          n/a
MAGISTRATE               SKAGWAY                              26     34%          0     0%             12    41%                14         28%
MAGISTRATE               KAKE                                 19     52%          0     0%             10    60%                 9         44%
MAGISTRATE               NOORVIK                             n/a      n/a       n/a     n/a           n/a     n/a              n/a          n/a
MAGISTRATE               PT. HOPE                             12      8%          0     0%              3     0%                 9         11%
MAGISTRATE               ANGOON                                8      0%          0     0%              7     0%                 1          0%
MAGISTRATE               WRANGELL                             34     67%          0     0%             25    64%                 9         77%
MAGISTRATE               MCGRATH                              11     81%          0     0%              7    85%                 4         75%
MAGISTRATE               AMCHITKA                            n/a      n/a       n/a     n/a           n/a     n/a              n/a          n/a
MAGISTRATE               WHITTIER                              9     33%          0     0%              5    20%                 4         50%
MAGISTRATE               CORDOVA                               3     66%          0     0%              3    66%                 0          0%
MAGISTRATE               KIANA                               n/a      n/a       n/a     n/a           n/a     n/a              n/a          n/a
MAGISTRATE               TANANA                                2    100%          0     0%              2   100%                 0          0%
MAGISTRATE               PALMER                                1    100%          0     0%              1   100%                 0          0%
MAGISTRATE               PELICAN                             n/a      n/a       n/a     n/a           n/a     n/a              n/a          n/a
MAGISTRATE               DELTA JUNCTION                      n/a      n/a       n/a     n/a           n/a     n/a              n/a          n/a
MAGISTRATE               TOK                                 n/a      n/a       n/a     n/a           n/a     n/a              n/a          n/a




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          TABLE 120F. MANDATORY FINGERPRINTING COMPLIANCE[a] FOR CRIMINAL CHARGES DISPOSED LAST YEAR
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                                                                         F                                                Felony                     Misdemeanor                     Non- conviction
DISPOSING AGENCY [b]                                         ALL CHARGES P        % FP                                   Charges       % FP              Charges         % FP              Charges[c]        % FP


DISTRICT ATTORNEY Total                                                 1,810      43%                                           2     100%                       12      75%                   1,796         43%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY              ANCHORAGE                                1,371      42%                                           2     100%                       12      75%                   1,357         42%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY              BETHEL                                       1     100%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                       1        100%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY              FAIRBANKS                                  233      45%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                     233         45%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY              PALMER                                      78      43%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                      78         43%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY              KOTZEBUE                                    63      60%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                      63         60%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY              JUNEAU                                      18      61%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                      18         61%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY              KETCHIKAN                                   12      50%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                      12         50%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY              2ND DISTRICT                                26      11%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                      26         11%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY              1ST JUD. DIST.                               6     100%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                       6        100%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY              DILLINGHAM                                   1     100%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                       1        100%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY              KODIAK                                       1     100%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                       1        100%

MUNICIPAL PROSECUTOR Total                                                152      42%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                     152        42%
MUNICIPAL PROSECUTOR ANCHORAGE                                            152      42%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                     152        42%

OTHER [d] Total                                                             6      83%                                           4      75%                        1     100%                        1       100%
OTHER [d]                                                                   1     100%                                           0       0%                        0       0%                        1       100%
OTHER [d]                                                                   2     100%                                           2     100%                        0       0%                        0         0%
OTHER [d]                                                                   1     100%                                           0       0%                        1     100%                        0         0%
OTHER [d]                                                                   2      50%                                           2      50%                        0       0%                        0         0%


[a] 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, or
                              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.

[b] 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.

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

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




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                                   TABLE 120G. MANDATORY FINGERPRINT COMPLIANCE - FIVE YEAR TREND


DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                               FY00 %FP       FY99    % FP    FY98    % FP    FY97    %FP     FY96    %FP

Total Charges/% FP [b]                            29,229   66%   40,822   65%    42,592   62%    40,263   56%    40,954   50%

SUPERIOR COURT Total                               5,023   71%    4,978   64%     4,989   72%     4,994   71%     3,858   69%
SUPERIOR COURT           ANCHORAGE                 1,789   73%    1,861   67%     1,618   77%     1,820   75%     1,451   76%
SUPERIOR COURT           FAIRBANKS                  928    66%     975    61%     1,139   69%      853    69%      681    58%
SUPERIOR COURT           PALMER                     588    69%     554    60%      714    59%      635    60%      360    58%
SUPERIOR COURT           KETCHIKAN                  251    68%     260    73%      239    74%      265    73%      139    82%
SUPERIOR COURT           KENAI                      248    69%     296    61%      246    74%      253    65%      275    51%
SUPERIOR COURT           KOTZEBUE                   246    73%     188    65%      139    79%      178    79%       86    63%
SUPERIOR COURT           BETHEL                     217    74%     202    64%      276    81%      428    79%      471    77%
SUPERIOR COURT           JUNEAU                     169    65%     177    53%      160    69%      127    75%      115    76%
SUPERIOR COURT           BARROW                     123    64%      86    62%       55    49%      107    40%       42    57%
SUPERIOR COURT           NOME                        86    68%     108    64%       98    78%       89    84%       63    92%
SUPERIOR COURT           KODIAK                      70    90%      66    92%       70    85%       96    69%       80    85%
SUPERIOR COURT           VALDEZ                      49    75%      27    77%       63    73%       56    75%       28    53%
SUPERIOR COURT           HOMER                       48    75%      18    77%
SUPERIOR COURT           DILLINGHAM                  44    84%      57    66%       74    66%       29    58%       10    60%
SUPERIOR COURT           GLENNALLEN                  30    93%      13    38%       18    22%       16    75%       11    72%
SUPERIOR COURT           SITKA                       29    93%
SUPERIOR COURT           CORDOVA                     25    96%      25    96%        9    100%       3    100%       3    100%
SUPERIOR COURT           SEWARD                      25    80%       1    100%
SUPERIOR COURT           WRANGELL                    24    79%      14    85%       26    84%        7    57%        3    100%
SUPERIOR COURT           PETERSBURG                  21    80%      19    47%       20    90%       25    92%       33    87%
SUPERIOR COURT           UNALASKA                     6    83%      19    78%       24    100%       1    100%       3    33%
SUPERIOR COURT           NAKNEK                       4    50%      12    75%        1     0%        6    50%        4    100%
SUPERIOR COURT           ST. PAUL ISLAND              3    66%




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                              TABLE 120G. MANDATORY FINGERPRINT COMPLIANCE - FIVE YEAR TREND


DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                               FY00 %FP       FY99    % FP    FY98    % FP    FY97    %FP    FY96    %FP

DISTRICT COURT Total                              20,719   67%   29,982   67%    32,855   62%    32,018   54%   32,029   48%
DISTRICT COURT      ANCHORAGE                      7,361   65%   10,644   63%    12,622   55%    13,357   44%   13,929   39%
DISTRICT COURT      FAIRBANKS                      3,005   70%    4,090   65%     4,201   70%     3,958   61%    4,341   55%
DISTRICT COURT      PALMER                         1,909   66%    2,809   69%     3,085   59%     2,836   55%    1,655   40%
DISTRICT COURT      KENAI                          1,447   57%    2,190   65%     2,284   60%     1,829   61%    2,417   57%
DISTRICT COURT      JUNEAU                         1,423   73%    2,173   68%     1,889   67%     1,894   62%    1,921   51%
DISTRICT COURT      BETHEL                         1,001   66%    1,496   75%     1,733   80%     1,586   72%    1,490   68%
DISTRICT COURT      KETCHIKAN                       724    68%    1,007   69%     1,401   68%     1,429   69%    1,438   66%
DISTRICT COURT      KOTZEBUE                        565    74%     758    72%      568    72%      579    53%     753    29%
DISTRICT COURT      NOME                            559    67%     546    69%      656    68%      680    73%     665    67%
DISTRICT COURT      KODIAK                          557    72%     901    71%     1,003   68%      826    72%     716    68%
DISTRICT COURT      BARROW                          442    82%     779    79%      634    80%      426    64%     374    43%
DISTRICT COURT      SEWARD                          264    61%     396    61%      405    59%      410    60%     306    49%
DISTRICT COURT      SITKA                           240    88%     348    77%      331    71%      332    64%     467    71%
DISTRICT COURT      HOMER                           236    86%     465    78%      523    81%      621    65%     417    60%
DISTRICT COURT      VALDEZ                          191    74%     299    80%      328    69%      272    68%     173    73%
DISTRICT COURT      PETERSBURG                      147    80%     180    69%      246    67%      239    69%     232    71%
DISTRICT COURT      CHEVAK                          114    43%      79    40%      103    35%      157    31%     175    26%
DISTRICT COURT      WRANGELL                         84    60%     141    60%      149    59%       93    76%     120    63%
DISTRICT COURT      GLENNALLEN                       82    48%     147    48%      138    29%       77    18%      54    12%
DISTRICT COURT      CORDOVA                          75    68%     130    73%      125    67%       86    73%      71    66%
DISTRICT COURT      TOK                              60    63%      97    69%       85    25%      114    26%      62    12%
DISTRICT COURT      GALENA                           58    58%     105    78%       76    68%       30    20%      79    16%
DISTRICT COURT      HAINES                           58    27%      45    44%       36    80%       24    33%      51    54%
DISTRICT COURT      DELTA JUNCTION                   50    72%      68    73%      125    43%      101    29%      53     3%
DISTRICT COURT      NAKNEK                           44    27%      26    26%       48    16%       39    25%      47    12%
DISTRICT COURT      KAKE                             23    47%      63    12%       61    37%       23    13%      23     4%




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                               TABLE 120G. MANDATORY FINGERPRINT COMPLIANCE - FIVE YEAR TREND


DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                              FY00 %FP       FY99    % FP   FY98    % FP   FY97    %FP    FY96    %FP

MAGISTRATE Total                                  1,519   62%    2,855   62%    3,167   57%    3,196   49%    5,054   50%
MAGISTRATE          DILLINGHAM                     279    54%     475    61%     513    61%     469    53%     586    52%
MAGISTRATE          CRAIG                          260    84%     387    77%     423    71%     370    66%     423    60%
MAGISTRATE          SAND POINT                     110    56%     134    35%      97    31%     125    30%     110     2%
MAGISTRATE          ST. MARY'S                     106    53%     197    58%     200    61%     263    58%     324    41%
MAGISTRATE          UNALASKA                       104    74%     305    69%     306    77%     362    69%     372    69%
MAGISTRATE          HOONAH                         102    93%      91    97%     149    90%     162    70%     145    56%
MAGISTRATE          EMMONAK                         85    58%     252    51%     308    46%     255    46%     284    28%
MAGISTRATE          YAKUTAT                         76    50%     110    41%     106    35%      69    20%      67    16%
MAGISTRATE          HEALY                           47    59%      55    43%      37    48%      43    23%      37    35%
MAGISTRATE          ANIAK                           43    65%     129    76%     148    64%     153    62%     125    51%
MAGISTRATE          ST. PAUL                        39    92%      59    62%     127    19%      86    11%      35    20%
MAGISTRATE          NENANA                          34    47%      50    46%      27    81%      11    63%      36    33%
MAGISTRATE          WRANGELL                        34    67%      17    41%      40    80%      47    65%      29    37%
MAGISTRATE          UNALAKLEET                      32    43%      34    38%      19    47%      18    27%       7    14%
MAGISTRATE          SKAGWAY                         26    34%      31    54%      24    29%      15     6%      25    12%
MAGISTRATE          FT. YUKON                       21    28%      85    65%     116    12%      83     1%      38     0%
MAGISTRATE          HAINES                          21    28%      38    47%      61    68%      57    22%      50    40%
MAGISTRATE          KAKE                            19    52%      29    20%      54    22%      81    19%      30     3%
MAGISTRATE          GALENA                          18    61%      31    74%      27    62%      77    20%      90    11%
MAGISTRATE          NAKNEK                          16     0%      31    45%      38     7%      27     7%      49    28%
MAGISTRATE          PT. HOPE                        12     8%      28    50%      36    61%      21    19%       0     N/A
MAGISTRATE          MCGRATH                         11    81%      16    93%      26    34%      17     0%      22     9%
MAGISTRATE          WHITTIER                         9    33%      13    53%      26    26%      33    18%      41    21%
MAGISTRATE          ANGOON                           8     0%      17     0%      15     0%      16     6%      44     2%
MAGISTRATE          CORDOVA                          3    66%                      4    100%     10    10%      82    70%
MAGISTRATE          TANANA                           2    100%      7    14%       2     0%       5     0%       5    20%
MAGISTRATE          SELAWIK                          1     0%      92    81%      79    79%      31    35%      41    31%
MAGISTRATE          PALMER                           1    100%      4    75%       0     N/A     30    83%    1,128   66%
MAGISTRATE          SITKA                                          41    92%      12     8%       0     N/A      0     N/A
MAGISTRATE          SHEMYA                                         31    80%       7    28%      10    30%       2     0%
MAGISTRATE          NOORVIK                                        28    78%      32    59%      24    41%       9     0%
MAGISTRATE          AMCHITKA                                       15    46%      14    92%      17    41%       3    66%
MAGISTRATE          HOMER                                          10    100%      2    100%     12    91%     165    63%
MAGISTRATE          KIANA                                           9    44%      21    52%       8    62%      10     0%
MAGISTRATE          PELICAN                                         2     0%       2     0%       2    50%       0     N/A
MAGISTRATE          DELTA JUNCTION                                  1    100%      4    75%      13    38%      62    14%
MAGISTRATE          TOK                                             1    100%      0     N/A      5    20%      42     7%

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                                     TABLE 120G. MANDATORY FINGERPRINT COMPLIANCE - FIVE YEAR TREND


DISPOSING AGENCY [a]                                              FY00 %FP                       FY99     % FP                   FY98    % FP                   FY97     %FP                   FY96      %FP
MAGISTRATE               BARROW                                                                                                      2   100%                       2     50%                    128     68%
MAGISTRATE               BETHEL                                                                                                      0     N/A                      0      N/A                      0     N/A
MAGISTRATE               GAMBELL                                                                                                     0     N/A                      1   100%                        1     0%
MAGISTRATE               GLENNALLEN                                                                                                 13    30%                      54     18%                     87      8%
MAGISTRATE               HOOPER BAY                                                                                                  0     N/A                      0      N/A                      4     0%
MAGISTRATE               KODIAK                                                                                                      0     N/A                      0     N/A                       0     N/A
MAGISTRATE               KOTZEBUE                                                                                                    1     N/A                      0     N/A                       4    25%
MAGISTRATE               NOME                                                                                                        0     N/A                      0     N/A                       0     N/A
MAGISTRATE               NORTH POLE                                                                                                  0     N/A                      0     N/A                       2    50%
MAGISTRATE               PETERSBURG                                                                                                  7    57%                       9     44%                     70     78%
MAGISTRATE               SAVOONGA                                                                                                    0     N/A                      0      N/A                      0     N/A
MAGISTRATE               SEWARD                                                                                                      1      0%                     20     50%                    150     70%
MAGISTRATE               SITKA                                                                                                      37    86%                      64     82%                     68     76%
MAGISTRATE               VALDEZ                                                                                                      4    25%                      19     84%                     22     68%

DISTRICT ATTORNEY Total                                           1,810     43%                  3,003     48%                  1,580     43%                      50     66%                       8    75%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY ANCHORAGE                                       1,371     42%                  2,446     46%                  1,259     46%                      34     82%                       2    50%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY FAIRBANKS                                         233     45%                    268     51%                    196     29%                      14     28%                       5    80%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY PALMER                                             78     43%                    102     68%                      55    30%                       0      N/A                      0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY KOTZEBUE                                           63     60%                     46     76%                      26      0%                      1     0%                        0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY 2ND DISTRICT                                       26     11%                     35     40%                       4      0%                      0     N/A                       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY JUNEAU                                             18     61%                     45     53%                       8   100%                       1   100%                        1   100%
DISTRICT ATTORNEY KETCHIKAN                                          12     50%                     45     71%                      21    57%                       0     N/A                       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1ST JUD. DIST.                                      6    100%                      8     87%                       2   100%                       0     N/A                       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY DILLINGHAM                                          1    100%                      4    100%                       3      0%                      0     N/A                       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY KODIAK                                              1    100%                      4      0%                       6    50%                       0     N/A                       0     N/A
DISTRICT ATTORNEY BETHEL                                              1    100%

MUNICIPAL ATTORNEY Total                                            152     42%                      2 100-%
                   Total
MUNICIPAL ATTORNEYANCHORAGE                                         152     42%                      2 100-%

OTHER[b] Total                                                        6     83%                      2     50%                       1   100%                       5     80%                       5    40%
[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] "Other" indicates a clearly erroneous disposition agency code, e.g., an agency other than a court or prosecutor.




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

                                                      on +/- prior          on +/- prior           on +/- prior        on +/- prior        on +/- prior
       Age of Charge [a]                         6/30/00     year      6/30/99     year       6/30/98     year    6/30/97     year    6/30/96     year

       Total                                    103,093       4%        98,870       4%       95,468        n/a

               2 to <3 years old                   5,660     22%         4,635     -15%         5,450       n/a

               3 to <4 years old                   4,382    -15%         5,151       3%         4,997       n/a

               4 to <5 years old                   5,076      5%         4,827      -1%         4,867       n/a

               5 to <6 years old                   4,712     -1%         4,740      -9%         5,190       n/a

               6+ years old                       83,263      5%        79,517       6%       74,964        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.




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                TABLE 130A. 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.

TABLE 130A. UCR COMPLIANCE

LOCATION / AGENCY                              1999          1998      1997         1996         1995               1994
                       Total Agencies           57             57        57           57           57                57

            Agencies Reporting UCR              30             24        25           25           28                29

             Agencies Not Reporting             27             33        32           32           29                28

                  % UCR Compliance             53%           42%       44%          44%           49%               51%
ALASKA           STATE TROOPERS                 yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
ALEKNAGIK        POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
ANCHORAGE        AIRPORT POLICE                 yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
ANCHORAGE        POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
ANCHORAGE        UNIVERSITY POLICE              yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
ANGOON           POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
ANVIK [a]        POLICE DEPT                     n/a           n/a       n/a          n/a          n/a                n/a
BETHEL           POLICE DEPT                    yes             no        no           no          yes               yes
BRISTOL BAY      POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
CORDOVA          POLICE DEPT                    yes             no       yes          yes          yes               yes
CRAIG            POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
DILLINGHAM       POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
FAIRBANKS        AIRPORT POLICE                 yes            yes        no           no          yes               yes
FAIRBANKS        POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
FAIRBANKS        UNIVERSITY POLICE              yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
FT. YUKON        POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
GALENA           POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
GAMBELL          POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
HAINES           POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
HOMER            POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
HOONAH           POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
HOOPER BAY       POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
JUNEAU           POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no               yes
KAKE             POLICE DEPT                    yes             no        no           no           no                no
KENAI            POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
KETCHIKAN        POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
KIANA            POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
KING COVE        POLICE DEPT                    yes             no        no           no           no                no
KLAWOCK          POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
KODIAK           POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
KOTZEBUE         POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
KWETHLUK       POLICE DEPT                       no             no        no           no           no                no
METLAKATLA [b] POLICE DEPT                       n/a           n/a       n/a          n/a          n/a                n/a
NENANA           POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
NOME             POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
NORTH POLE       POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
NORTH SLOPE      POLICE DEPT                    yes             no        no          yes          yes               yes
NUNAPITCHUK      POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no
PALMER           POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
PETERSBURG       POLICE DEPT                    yes            yes       yes          yes          yes               yes
QUINHAGAK        POLICE DEPT                     no             no        no           no           no                no

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                TABLE 130A. REPORTING OF UNIFORM CRIME INFORMATION

LOCATION / AGENCY                              1999          1998         1997          1996      1995              1994
SAND POINT       POLICE DEPT                      no            no           no            no       no                no
SELDOVIA         POLICE DEPT                      no            no           no            no       no                no
SEWARD           POLICE DEPT                     yes           yes          yes           yes      yes               yes
SHAKTOOLIK       POLICE DEPT                      no            no           no            no       no                no
SITKA            POLICE DEPT                      no            no           no            no       no                no
SKAGWAY          POLICE DEPT                      no            no          yes           yes      yes               yes
SOLDOTNA         POLICE DEPT                     yes           yes          yes           yes      yes               yes
ST. MARY'S       POLICE DEPT                      no            no           no            no       no                no
ST. PAUL         POLICE DEPT                     yes           yes          yes            no       no                no
TANANA           POLICE DEPT                      no            no           no            no       no                no
TOGIAK           POLICE DEPT                      no            no           no            no      yes               yes
TUNUNAK          POLICE DEPT                      no            no           no            no       no                no
UNALASKA         POLICE DEPT                      no            no           no            no       no                no
VALDEZ           POLICE DEPT                     yes            no           no            no       no                no
WASILLA          POLICE DEPT                     yes           yes          yes           yes      yes               yes
WHITTIER         POLICE DEPT                      no            no           no            no       no                no
WRANGELL         POLICE DEPT                     yes           yes          yes           yes      yes               yes
YAKUTAT          POLICE DEPT                      no            no           no            no       no                no




[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

The Information Services section audits agency compliance for entering, updating, and deleting "hot file" information
in APSIN and NCIC. "Hot files" include warrants, stolen property, domestic violence protective orders, correctional
supervision status, and other information
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
The auditor selects a sample of the agency's hot files, compares the information to source documents, and
calculates a data quality error rate.

TABLE 140A. "HOT FILE" DATA QUALITY
                               Data Quality:                               0% = perfect score
                  [a]
Agency Audited                   Error Rate                                100% = all data in error
Unalaska Police Dept                    0%
Sitka Probations                        0%
Palmer Probations                       0%
Palmer AST-Drugs                        0%
Mat-Su Parks & Rec.                     0%
US Marshal's Office                     0%
US Probation                            0%
Anchorage Adult Probation               0%
US Fish & Wildlife Enforce.             0%
Kotzebue Adult Probation                0%
Nome Probations                         0%
North Pole Police Dept                  0%
Kenai Probations                        0%
Soldotna F&WP                           0%
Homer AST                               0%
Juneau AST                              1%
Barrow Police Dept                      1%
Palmer AST-JS                           1%
Palmer Police Dept                      1%
Fairbanks Police Dept                   1%
Valdez Police Dept                      2%
Wrangell Police Dept.                   2%
Craig Police Dept                       2%
Ketchikan AST                           2%
Petersburg Police Dept                  3%
Kenai Police Dept                       3%
Skagway Police Dept                     4%
Wasilla Police Dept                     4%
Juneau Police Dept                      5%
Soldotna AST                            5%
US-Fed Bureau Of Invest                 5%
Cordova Police Dept                     6%
Seward Police Dept                      6%
Ketchikan Police Dept                   7%
Kodiak AST                             11%
Kodiak Police Dept                     11%
Palmer AST                             12%
University Police-Anchorage            12%
Kotzebue AST                           14%
Sitka Police Dept                      17%
Haines Police Dept                     18%
Homer Police Dept                      21%

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          AS 12.62.140. REPORTING OF WANTED PERSONS/STOLEN PROPERTY

                                         Data Quality:   0% = perfect score
Agency Audited[a]                          Error Rate    100% = all data in error
Nome AST                                         28%
Fairbanks AST                                    28%
Elmendorf Security Police                        34%
Kodiak DA's Office                                NA
Glennallen AST                                    NA
Talkeetna AST                                     NA
Elmendorf OSI                                     NA
Kodiak Probations                                 NA
Yakutat Police Dept.                              NA
Haines AST                                        NA
Juneau Probations                                 NA
Hoonah Police Dept                                NA
R&I-Juneau                                        NA
Ketchikan DA's Office                             NA
Ketchikan Corrections                             NA
Dept. of Revenue-Gaming                           NA
U.S. Forest Service                               NA
Ketchikan Probations                              NA
Eagle River Corrections                           NA
State Park Rangers                                NA
US Postal Inspection                              NA
Juneau Corrections/Central                        NA
Kenai Corr/Pre-Trial                              NA
US Protective Service                             NA
Juneau Corr/ Lemon Creek                          NA
Juneau District Court                             NA
Anch 6th Ave Corrections                          NA
US Fish/Wildlife Enforcemt                        NA
US Probation                                      NA
Spring Creek Corrections                          NA
Juneau DA's Office                                NA
Nome Corrections                                  NA
Fire Marshal's Office-Juneau                      NA
Anch AST-Drugs                                    NA
Villiage Public Safety Office                     NA
Cordova AST                                       NA
Palmer District Attorney Offc                     NA
Palmer Corrections                                NA
Palmer Mat-Su Pre-Trial                           NA
Permanent Fund-Enforce                            NA
Pt. McKenzie Rehab                                NA
Anch Public Defenders                             NA
Parks & Recreation                                NA
US Customs-Anch                                   NA
US Immigration & Nat                              NA
Employment Security                               NA
Barrow Probation/Parole                           NA




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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 and undertake an independent audit once every four years to measure
     compliance with AS 12.62, which became effective in 1995.

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

     R&I audits criminal history data quality, including 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.

     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
                                                            TYPE OF APSIN     AUDIT             ON SITE
        AGENCY [a]                       LOCATION           ACCESS [b]        DATE SELF AUDIT    AUDIT
        Glennallen AST                   Glennallen               ENTRY      06/02/00             X
        Talkeetna AST                    Talkeetna                ENTRY      06/01/00             X
        Elmendorf OSI                    Elmendorf                ENTRY      05/31/00             X
        Unalaska Police Dept             Unalaska                 ENTRY      05/17/00             X
        Kodiak AST                       Kodiak                   ENTRY      05/16/00             X
        Kodiak Probations                Kodiak                   ENTRY      05/16/00             X
        Kodiak Police Dept               Kodiak                   ENTRY      05/15/00             X
        Valdez Police Dept               Valdez                   ENTRY      05/04/00             X
        Yakutat Police Dept.             Yakutat                  ENTRY      05/03/00             X
        Skagway Police Dept              Skagway                  ENTRY      05/02/00             X
        Haines Police Dept               Haines                   ENTRY      05/01/00             X
        Haines AST                       Haines                   ENTRY      05/01/00             X
        Juneau Probations                Juneau                   ENTRY      04/30/00             X
        Hoonah Police Dept               Hoonah                   ENTRY      04/28/00             X
        Juneau Police Dept               Juneau                   ENTRY      04/27/00             X
        R&I-Juneau                       Juneau                   ENTRY      04/27/00             X
        Juneau AST                       Juneau                   ENTRY      04/26/00             X
        Sitka Police Dept                Sitka                    ENTRY      04/25/00             X
        Sitka Probations                 Sitka                    ENTRY      04/25/00             X
        Petersburg Police Dept           Petersburg               ENTRY      04/24/00             X
        Wrangell Police Dept.            Wrangell                 ENTRY      04/13/00             X
        Craig Police Dept                Craig                    ENTRY      04/12/00             X
        Ketchikan Police Dept            Ketchikan                ENTRY      04/11/00             X
        Ketchikan AST                    Ketchikan                ENTRY      04/10/00             X
        Ketchikan Probations             Ketchikan                ENTRY      04/10/00             X
        Barrow Police Dept               Barrow                   ENTRY      04/04/00             X
        Barrow Probation/Parole          Barrow                   ENTRY      04/04/00   X
        Palmer Probations                Palmer                   ENTRY      03/24/00             X
        Wasilla Police Dept              Wasilla                  ENTRY      03/24/00             X
        Palmer AST                       Palmer                   ENTRY      03/22/00             X
        Palmer AST-JS                    Palmer                   ENTRY      03/22/00             X
        Palmer Police Dept               Palmer                   ENTRY      03/20/00             X
        Palmer AST-Drugs                 Wasilla                  ENTRY      03/20/00             X
        Mat-Su Parks & Rec.              Wasilla                  ENTRY      03/20/00             X
        Elmendorf Security Police        Elmendorf                ENTRY      01/20/00             X
        US Marshal's Office              Anchorage                ENTRY      01/20/00             X
        US Probation                     Anchorage                ENTRY      01/20/00             X
        Anchorage Adult Probation        Anchorage                ENTRY      01/19/00             X
        US Fish & Wildlife Enforce.      Anchorage                ENTRY      01/19/00             X
        University Police-Anchorage      Anchorage                ENTRY      01/18/00             X
        Fairbanks Police Dept            Fairbanks                ENTRY      01/10/00             X
        Anch AST-Drugs                   Anchorage                ENTRY      01/03/00             X
        Villiage Public Safety Office    Anchorage                ENTRY      01/03/00             X
        Kotzebue Adult Probation         Kotzebue                 ENTRY      12/20/99   X
        Nome Probations                  Nome                     ENTRY      12/20/99   X
        Cordova Police Dept              Cordova                  ENTRY      11/01/99             X
        Nome AST                         Nome                     ENTRY      10/14/99             X
        Kotzebue AST                     Kotzebue                 ENTRY      10/13/99             X
        North Pole Police Dept           North Pole               ENTRY      10/11/99             X
        Fairbanks AST                    Fairbanks                ENTRY      09/20/99             X
        Kenai Police Dept                Kenai                    ENTRY      09/02/99             X
        Kenai Probations                 Kenai                    ENTRY      09/02/99             X


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                                   TABLE 150A. APSIN/NCIC COMPLIANCE
                                                                  TYPE OF APSIN               AUDIT                 ON SITE
        AGENCY [a]                            LOCATION            ACCESS [b]                  DATE SELF AUDIT        AUDIT
        Homer Police Dept                     Homer                     ENTRY               09/01/99                  X
        Soldotna F&WP                         Soldotna                  ENTRY               09/01/99                  X
        Seward Police Dept                    Seward                    ENTRY               08/31/99                  X
        Homer AST                             Homer                     ENTRY               08/30/99                  X
        Soldotna AST                          Soldotna                  ENTRY               08/30/99                  X
        US-Fed Bureau Of Invest               Anchorage                 ENTRY               07/01/99                  X
        Kodiak DA's Office                    Kodiak                    QUERY               06/12/00        X
        Ketchikan DA's Office                 Ketchikan                 QUERY               04/26/00        X
        Ketchikan Corrections                 Ketchikan                 QUERY               04/25/00        X
        Dept. of Revenue-Gaming               Anchorage                 QUERY               04/14/00        X
        U.S. Forest Service                   Thorne Bay                QUERY               04/12/00                  X
        Eagle River Corrections               Eagle River               QUERY               03/28/00        X
        State Park Rangers                    Fairbanks                 QUERY               03/28/00        X
        US Postal Inspection                  Anchorage                 QUERY               02/28/00        X
        Juneau Corrections/Central            Juneau                    QUERY               02/28/00        X
        Kenai Corr/Pre-Trial                  Kenai                     QUERY               02/09/00        X
        US Protective Service                 Anchorage                 QUERY               02/07/00        X
        Juneau Corr/ Lemon Creek              Juneau                    QUERY               01/31/00        X
        Juneau District Court                 Juneau                    QUERY               01/24/00        X
        Anch 6th Ave Corrections              Anchorage                 QUERY               01/19/00                  X
        US Fish/Wildlife Enforcemt            Fairbanks                 QUERY               01/19/00        X
        US Probation                          Fairbanks                 QUERY               01/19/00        X
        Spring Creek Corrections              Seward                    QUERY               01/14/00        X
        Juneau DA's Office                    Juneau                    QUERY               01/10/00        X
        Nome Corrections                      Nome                      QUERY               01/08/00        X
        Fire Marshal's Office-Juneau          Juneau                    QUERY               01/05/00        X
        Cordova AST                           Cordova                   QUERY               12/20/99        X
        Palmer District Attorney Offc         Palmer                    QUERY               12/20/99        X
        Palmer Corrections                    Palmer                    QUERY               12/20/99        X
        Palmer Mat-Su Pre-Trial               Palmer                    QUERY               12/20/99        X
        Permanent Fund-Enforce                Anchorage                 QUERY               12/20/99        X
        Pt. McKenzie Rehab                    Wasilla                   QUERY               12/20/99        X
        Anch Public Defenders                 Anchorage                 QUERY               12/20/99        X
        Parks & Recreation                    Soldotna                  QUERY               12/20/99        X
        US Customs-Anch                       Anchorage                 QUERY               12/20/99        X
        US Immigration & Nat                  Anchorage                 QUERY               12/20/99        X
        Employment Security                   Anchorage                 QUERY               09/20/99        X



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




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                                      TABLE 150B. APSIN/NCIC TRAINING

                                                    TSO                  AGENCY                      NCIC
                                                  TRAINING     NUMBER    TRAINING      NUMBER    TRAINING NUMBER
  AGENCY                            LOCATION       DATES       TRAINED    DATES        TRAINED     DATES TRAINED


  TOTAL                                 135          8              10      46              83         0        0


  ABC Board                         Anchorage                               1/4/2000        1
  Airport Safety                    Anchorage                              11/4-5/99        2
  Alaska Air Natl Guard             Anchorage     4/29-30/99        2     4/29-30/99        2
  Alcohol Safety                    Anchorage                               1/5/2000        1
  Anch 6th Ave Corrections          Anchorage                               1/5/2000        1
  Anch AST Fish & Wildlife          Anchorage                               1/7/2000        1
  Anch AST Permits & Lic            Anchorage
  Anch AST-CIB                      Anchorage                              11/4-5/99        3
  Anch AST-Directors Office         Anchorage
  Anch AST-Drugs                    Anchorage                              11/4-5/99        2
  Anch AST-Intell                   Anchorage                              11/4-5/99        1
  Anch AST-JS                       Anchorage                              11/4-5/99        2
  Anch Corrections/Central          Anchorage                              11/3/1999       11
  Anch Police Dept.                 Anchorage                             6/28-30/99        4
  Anch Public Defenders             Anchorage
  Anchorage Adult Probation         Anchorage                               1/6/2000        1
  Anchorage AST Dispatch            Anchorage                              11/4-5/99        3
  Anchorage District Court          Anchorage                               1/4/2000        2
  APD Warrant Section               Anchorage
  Att Generals Office, Civil        Anchorage                              1/4/2000         1
  Attorney Generals Office          Anchorage
  Barrow Police Dept                Barrow
  Bethel AST                        Bethel
  Bethel Corrections                Bethel
  Bethel District Attorney's Off.   Bethel
  Bethel Probations                 Bethel
  Bristol Bay Police Dept           King Salmon
  Cook Inlet Pre-Trial              Anchorage                              1/5/2000         1
  Cordova AST                       Cordova                                1/7/2000         1
  Cordova Police Dept               Cordova
  Craig Police Dept                 Craig
  Delta Junction AST                Delta Jnct
  Dept Commerce/Ins-Fraud           Anchorage                              1/5/2000         1
  Dept of Environ Conserv           Fairbanks
  Dillingham AST                    Dillingham
  Dillingham DA's Office            Dillingham
  Dillingham Police Dept            Dillingham
  Dillingham Probations             Dillingham
  DPS Crime Lab                     Anchorage
  DPS Information Systems           Anchorage
  Eagle River Corrections           Eagle River                            1/5/2000         1
  Eielson Security Police           Eielson
  Elmendorf OSI                     Elmendorf     4/29-30/99        1    4/29-30/99         1
  Elmendorf Security Police         Elmendorf     4/29-30/99        1    4/29-30/99         1
  Fairbanks Airport Security        Fairbanks                            11/19/1999         2
  Fairbanks AST-JS                  Fairbanks
  Fairbanks Corrections             Fairbanks


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                                    TABLE 150B. APSIN/NCIC TRAINING

                                                    TSO                  AGENCY                       NCIC
                                                  TRAINING     NUMBER    TRAINING       NUMBER    TRAINING NUMBER
  AGENCY                          LOCATION         DATES       TRAINED    DATES         TRAINED     DATES TRAINED
  Fairbanks DA's Office           Fairbanks
  Fairbanks District Court        Fairbanks
  Fairbanks Police Dept           Fairbanks
  Fairbanks Probation             Fairbanks
  Fairbanks Youth Facility        Fairbanks
  Fire Marshal's Office-DPS       Anchorage                                 1/6/2000         1
  Fire Marshal's Office-Juneau    Juneau
  Ft. Richardson Sec. Police      Ft.Richardson   4/29-30/99        1      4/29-30/99        1
  Ft. Wainwright Sec. Police      Ft.Wainwright                          2/22-2/25/99        9
  Glennallen AST                  Glennallen
  H&SS-Family & Youth Svc         Fairbanks
  H&SS-Family & Youth Svc         Juneau
  Haines AST                      Haines
  Haines Police Dept              Haines
  Homer Police Dept               Homer
  Hoonah Police Dept              Hoonah
  Juneau AST                      Juneau
  Juneau Corr/ Lemon Creek        Juneau
  Juneau Corrections/Central      Juneau
  Juneau DA's Office              Juneau
  Juneau District Court           Juneau
  Juneau Police Dept              Juneau
  Juneau Probations               Juneau
  Kake Police Dept                Kake
  Kenai Corr/Pre-Trial            Kenai
  Kenai Police Dept               Kenai
  Kenai Probations                Kenai
  Ketchikan AST                   Ketchikan
  Ketchikan Corrections           Ketchikan
  Ketchikan DA's Office           Ketchikan
  Ketchikan Police Dept           Ketchikan
  Ketchikan Probations            Ketchikan
  Kodiak AST                      Kodiak
  Kodiak DA's Office              Kodiak
  Kodiak Police Dept              Kodiak
  Kodiak Probations               Kodiak
  Kotzebue Adult Probation        Kotzebue
  Kotzebue AST                    Kotzebue
  Mat-Su Parks & Rec.             Wasilla
  Nome AST                        Nome
  Nome Corrections                Nome
  Nome Police Department          Nome
  Nome Probations                 Nome
  North Pole Police Dept          North Pole
  Palmer AST                      Palmer                                    1/7/2000         1
  Palmer AST-Drugs                Wasilla                                   1/7/2000         1
  Palmer AST-JS                   Palmer          4/29-30/99        1     4/29-30/99         1
  Palmer Corrections              Palmer                                    1/5/2000         2
  Palmer District Attorney Offc   Palmer
  Palmer Mat-Su Pre-Trial         Palmer                                    1/5/2000         1


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                                    TABLE 150B. APSIN/NCIC TRAINING

                                                  TSO                  AGENCY                      NCIC
                                                TRAINING     NUMBER    TRAINING      NUMBER    TRAINING NUMBER
  AGENCY                          LOCATION       DATES       TRAINED    DATES        TRAINED     DATES TRAINED
  Palmer Police Dept              Palmer                                  1/7/2000        2
  Palmer Probations               Palmer        4/29-30/99        1     4/29-30/99        1
  Parks & Recreation              Soldotna
  Permanent Fund-Enforce          Anchorage                              1/4/2000         1
  Petersburg Police Dept          Petersburg
  R&I-Anchorage                   Anchorage
  R&I-Juneau                      Juneau
  Seward Police Dept              Seward
  Sitka AST                       Sitka
  Sitka Police Dept               Sitka
  Sitka Probations                Sitka
  Skagway Police Dept             Skagway                              11/10/1999         3
  Soldotna AST                    Soldotna
  Soldotna F&WP                   Soldotna
  Spring Creek Corrections        Seward
  State Park Rangers              Fairbanks
  Talkeetna AST                   Talkeetna
  Tok AST                         Tok
  Tongass Natl Forest             Thorne Bay
  Unalaska Police Dept            Unalaska
  University Police-Anchorage     Anchorage                              1/7/2000         1
  University Police-Fairbanks     Fairbanks
  US Alc, Tob, Firearms           Anchorage                              1/5/2000         1
  US Customs/Border               Via Tok
  US Customs-Anch                 Anchorage
  US Fish/Wildlife Enforcemt      Fairbanks                              1/6/2000         1
  US Marshal's Office             Anchorage                              1/6/2000         1
  US Postal Inspection            Anchorage
  US Probation                    Anchorage     4/29-30/99        2     4/29-30/99        2
  US Probation                    Fairbanks
  US Protective Service           Anchorage                              1/5/2000         1
  US-Drug Enforcement             Anchorage                              1/5/2000         1
  US-Fed Bureau Of Invest         Anchorage                              1/6/2000         2
  US-Federal Aviation             Anchorage
  Valdez Police Dept              Valdez                                  1/7/2000        1
  Villiage Public Safety Office   Anchorage     4/29-30/99        1     4/29-30/99        1
  Wasilla Police Dept             Wasilla                                 1/7/2000        1
  Wrangell Police Dept.           Wrangell




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                                     TABLE 150C. APSIN CRIMINAL HISTORY DATA QUALITY AUDITS


     AUDIT 2000.6 ALASKA CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD AUDIT (SUMMARY)

                                       Purpose        1) Measure data quality of APSIN criminal history records for 1st Judicial District cases
                                                      1) Measure compliance with AS 12.62.120 reporting requirements

                                Audit Began           2/22/2000
                     Audit Report Completed           in progress
                       Follow-up Completed            in progress

                                   Population         criminal charges referred for prosecution to city and state prosecutor offices
                               Geographic Area        1st Judicial District
                                         Period       January 1 - 31, 2000
                                Population Size       311 cases

                                   Sample Size         77 cases
                                  Total Charges       not yet determined; record sample selection is in progress

                    APSIN Data Quality Score

                                                        Arrest                    Booking        Decline
                      Data Reporting Scores:            Report
                                                                     FP Card
                                                                                   Photo         Prosec.
                                                                                                             Court Filing   Court Dispo   Dispo Change


                                                          n/a          n/a           n/a          n/a            n/a           n/a            n/a



                             Confidence Level               95%
                              Precision Factor    +         10%


         NOTE: DPS was unable to complete its FY00 criminal history audit due to delays in getting data about the audit population from prosecution
         offices and because the repository was behind in entering court judgments (for the audit period) into APSIN and/or into the repository's imaging
         database. DPS plans to complete the FY00 audit in FY01.




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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.



     Table 160A summarizes the laws authorizing release of criminal justice information maintained by the
     repository. It shows what information may be released, by whom, to whom, for what purpose, and the type of
     record subject identification required (e.g., fingerprint, photo ID or other).



     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. It is included to give the reader an overview of the many and complex
     factors that determine whether release of criminal justice information is authorized. In the table:

     "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


     "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


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


     "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


     "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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   TABLE 160A. GUIDELINES FOR RELEASE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION


     FROM           TO            PURPOSE                TYPE OF INFORMATION                      ID       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 reporting of recent   Criminal Justice Information re. the      N AS 12.62.160(b)(3)       13 AAC 68.340(a)
              Public       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 160B. STATE/NATIONAL CRIMINAL HISTORIES DISSEMINATED

                                                 on +/- prior           on +/- prior            on +/- prior          on +/- prior        on     +/- prior
                                            6/30/00     year       6/30/99     year        6/30/98     year      6/30/97     year    6/30/96         year

 Letters Disseminated                        29,202     16%         25,177     19%             21,140   -3%      21,761      36%      16,022      n/a


         State(a)                            16,736     17%         14,349     23%             11,662   n/a
         Federal(b)                          12,466     15%         10,828     14%              9,478   n/a



   (a)
         State disseminations letters are fingerprint based background checks and provide criminal history information on State of Alaska criminal history.
   (b)
         Federal dissemination letters are fingerprint based background checks and provide criminal history information on state and national criminal history.




                                                 on +/- prior           on +/- prior            on +/- prior          on +/- prior        on     +/- prior
                                            6/30/00     year       6/30/99     year        6/30/98     year      6/30/97     year    6/30/96         year
 Walk-In Transactions(c)                    16,183     17%         13,796     31%          10,518     55%          6,806    20%        5,669      n/a

         R&I offices                            9,364   31%          7,158      6%              6,725   52%        4,419     25%       3,523            n/a
         Detachments                            6,819    3%          6,638     75%              3,793   59%         2387     11%       2,146            n/a


  [c]    An individual may request a state background check for any purpose. State background checks are non-fingerprint based and are available to the record
         subject at any R&I office or State Trooper Detachment.




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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. R&I receives requests from various sources to
research and correct APSIN criminal history records, such as:
        v record subjects;
        v other criminal justice agencies;
        v licensing/employment agencies and organizations; and
        v in-house audits and research


TABLE 170A. CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD REVIEWS/CORRECTIONS

                                                                                                 +/- prior           +/- prior          +/- prior             +/- prior
                                                                FY00 +/- prior year      FY99        year     FY98       year    FY97       year       FY96       year

Requests to Review/Correct APSIN Record[a]                     1,908        -22%         2,459       n/a
      % of Reviews Leading to Correction                       100%                     100%         n/a


Criminal Charges Corrected[b]                                  3,906        -31%         5,659     n/a
      "Missing" Criminal Charges Added to APSIN                1,098           3%        1,066     n/a
      "Fictional" Criminal Charges Deleted from APSIN            736         51%          487      n/a

[a]
   "Record" means the entire criminal history record in APSIN for one person; one record may involve multiple arrests/charging incidents and each arrest/charging
incident may involve multiple criminal charges.
[b]
      "Charge" means individual charge or count; for example one count of burglary and two counts of theft = 3 charges




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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.



 TABLE 180A. SEALED RECORDS
                                              +/-                 +/-                   +/-               +/-                   +/-
                                     on     prior        on     prior            on   prior        on   prior        on       prior
                                6/30/00     year    6/30/99     year        6/30/98   year    6/30/97   year    6/30/96       year



 Records Sealed(a)                     2     n/a

 (a)
       Prior year statistics on sealed records are not available at this time.




 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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