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Document 1806876
July 2005
Division of Law Enforcement
Division of California Justice
Information Services
Directory of Services
Firearms Division
Division of Gambling Control
Bill Lockyer
Attorney General
California Department of Justice
TO:
THE CALIFORNIA CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMUNM'Y
I am pleased to provide you with the California Department of Justice @OJ) Directory of
Services. This publication contains important reference material that will allow you to access the
wide variety of quality services provided by the dedicated professionals in my department.
This publication is also now available on the California Law Enforcement Web (CLEW)
or Law Enforcement Agency (LEA) Web, and Attorney General's Legal Net web sites where
camera-ready masters can be printed out and used to print multiple copies.
As Attorney General, I have had the privilege to visit with law enforcement leaders,
criminal justice administrators and countless citizens from each of California's 58 counties.
During our meetings, one constant theme that I hear is the appreciation of our clients-the public
and law enforcement-for the level and quality of services we provide.
DOJ is always seeking ways to improve our organization and will continue finding ways
to enhance our assistance to you and the people of California. It is our mission and commitment
to help ensure you have at your disposal the most accurate information, innovative crime fighting
resources and state-of-the-art technology you need to keep Californians safe fi-om the serious
threats posed by gangs, drugs and crime.
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Together, we can continue to make California a safer place.
Sincerely,
BILL LOCKYER
Attorney General
State of California
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
BILL LOCKYER
Attorney General
STEVE COONY
Chief Deputy Attorney General
Administration and Policy
PATRICK N. LUNNEY
Director, Division of Law Enforcement
NICK DEDIER
Director/CIO, Division of California Justice Information Services
RAND Y ROSSI
Director, Firearms Division
BOB LYTLE
Director, Division of Gambling Control
MISSION STATEMENTS
Office of the Attorney General
It is our duty to serve our state and work honorably every day to fulfill California's promise. The
Attorney General and our Department's employees provide leadership, information and
education in partnership with state and local governments and the people of California to:
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Enforce and apply all our laws fairly and impartially.
Ensure justice, safety, and liberty for everyone.
Encourage economic prosperity, equal opportunity and tolerance.
Safeguard California's human, natural, and financial resources for this and future
generations.
Division of California Justice Information Services
To protect the people of the State of California by facilitating the exchange of accurate, timely,
and complete criminal justice intelligence, identification, and information using state-of-the-art
computer technology.
To provide law enforcement the means to apprehend persons suspected of criminal activity and
provide regulatory agencies the means to license only qualified persons in positions of public
trust.
Division of Law Enforcement
To provide its customers and clients extraordinary services in forensic sciences and education,
narcotic and criminal investigations, intelligence, and training. The Division will endeavor to be
on the cutting edge of the delivery of these services. Our mission can best be achieved by
working in partnership with local state and federal law enforcement agencies. Justice under the
law and the highest ethical standards shall be the focus of its service.
Firearms Division
The Firearms Division serves the people of California through education, regulation, and
enforcement actions regarding the manufacture, sales, ownership, safety training, and transfer of
firearms. Firearms Division staff will be leaders in providing firearms expertise and information
to law enforcement, legislators, and the general public in a comprehensive program to promote
legitimate and responsible firearms possession and use by California residents.
Division of Gambling Control
To ensure compliance with and enforcement of all applicable laws pertaining to gambling in
California in order to safeguard the public health, safety, and welfare.
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INTRODUCTION
The Directory of Services is published for the purpose of informing local, state, and federal
criminal justice agencies of the variety of services offered by the Division of Law Enforcement
(DLE), Division of California Justice Information Services (DCJIS), Division of Firearms, and
the Division of Gambling Control (DGC). These services are provided through seven major
areas:
CRIMINAL IDENTIFICATION AND INFORMATION
Provides critical information and identification services to law enforcement, the applicant
community and individuals who are authorized by law.
CRIMINAL INFORMATION AND ANALYSIS
Provides information and technical assistance on a variety of manual and automated
systems, as well as analysis of statistical data pertaining to these Criminal Justice
Information Systems.
INVESTIGATION AND ENFORCEMENT
Conducts criminal, civil and special investigations, and provides assistance to law
enforcement agencies in investigations, narcotic enforcement, and criminal and narcotic
intelligence.
FORENSIC SERVICES
Provides criminalistics, controlled substances, blood alcohol, DNA, training, and related
forensic science services to state and local law enforcement agencies, district attorneys,
and the courts in California.
FIREARMS REGULATION AND CONTROL
Provides criminal and mental health clearances necessary for firearms purchase/transfer,
special licenses, and occupations involving use/possession of firearms; regulates firearm
dealers, manufacturers, and gun show promoters; provides investigative support to law
enforcement; and administers firearms safety programs.
GAMBLING CONTROL
Provides regulatory authority over California’s cardrooms under the Gambling Control
Act and is responsible for ensuring compliance with all aspects of the Tribal/State
compact relating to Class III gaming on Tribal land.
O. J. “BUD” HAWKINS DATA CENTER
Coordinates all Department of Justice automated data processing and telecommunications
activities including CLETS, DCJIS, and Cal-ID.
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HOW TO USE THIS DIRECTORY
A listing of primary staff responsible for the services provided is on pages 1-6. All services
provided by DLE, DCJIS, Firearms, and Gambling Control are listed within this directory in
alphabetical order by subject matter. Included is a brief description of each service, along with
the address and telephone number of the appropriate program to contact when making inquiries.
Services provided are found on pages 8-100.
Forms, publications, and training references are listed on pages 102-126, along with the address
and telephone number of the appropriate program to contact for making inquiries.
To further assist in locating the needed service, the index contains a detailed cross-reference of
all subjects contained in this directory.
Below is a list of Terms and Acronyms for programs within the four Divisions listed. Like many
governmental agencies, these Divisions have their own language of acronyms. The following
list may assist communications between local law enforcement, the public and our division
employees.
Questions pertaining to the information contained in this directory should be directed to the Field
Operations Program at (916) 227-3755.
TERMS AND ACRONYMS
AACTS
ABC
ABS
ACAS
ACHS
ACII
AFIS
AFS
ALPS
APS
ARRC
ATC
BCIA
BCII
BFS
BNE
CACI
CAL-ID
CAL-PHOTO
CAL-REG
CAMP
Applicant Agency Compliance and Training Section
Article, Brand and Category User’s Guide
Automated Boat System
Automated Child Abuse System
Automated Criminal History System
Automated Crime Intelligence Index
Automated Fingerprint Identification System
Automated Firearms System
Automated Latent Print Section
Automated Property System
Anti-Reproductive Rights Crimes
Advanced Training Center
Bureau of Criminal Information and Analysis
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Bureau of Forensic Services
Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement
Child Abuse Central Index
California Identification System
California Central Photograph Index
National Sex Offender Registry
Campaign Against Marijuana Planting
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CAPPS
CBI
CCR
CCPP
CDC
CFIS
CIB
CIRT
CJIS
CJSC
CLETS
COE
CORI
COSB
CPA
CSP
CWPP
DBAS
DCJIS
DGC
DIRS
DLE
DOJ
DROS
DTSC
DVROS
EPIC
FCS
FD
FINCEN
FISS
FLPS
FOPS
FPU
FRCP
GMNI
HDC
HSC
IIC
MACR
MNI
MSB
MUPS
NCIC
NLETS
OBTS
California Automated Palm Print Section
California Bureau of Investigation
California Central Registry
Check Cashers Permit Program
California Department of Corrections
Consolidated Firearms Information System
Criminal Intelligence Bureau
Criminal Investigation Response Teams
Criminal Justice Information System
Criminal Justice Statistics Center
California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System
Certificate of Eligibility
Criminal Offender Record Information
CJIS Operations Support Branch
Child Protective Agency
Child Support Program
California Witness Protection Program
Data Base Audit Section
Division of California Justice Information Services
Division of Gambling Control
Digital Image Retrieval System
Division of Law Enforcement
Department of Justice
Dealer’s Record of Sale
Department of Toxic Substances Control
Domestic Violence Restraining Order System
El Paso Information Center
Firearms Clearance Section
Firearms Division
Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
Firearms Information Services Section
Firearms Licensing and Permits Section
Field Operations Program
Foreign Prosecution Unit
Fingerprint Rolling Certification Program
Gang Master Node Index
O. J. “Bud” Hawkins Data Center
Handgun Safety Certification
Integrated Image Controller
Monthly Arrest and Citation Register
Master Name Index
Mission Support Branch
Missing and Unidentified Persons Unit
National Crime Information Center
National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System
Offender-Based Transaction Statistics
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PCP
RAN
RIFL
ROS
SHO
SHOP
SINS
SOIL
SPAT
SRF
SOTP
SVS
SVU
TPP
UCR
VCIN
VCPU
VSP
WIN
WPS
WSIN
Precursor Compliance Program
Remote Access Network
Record Improvement and Field Liaison
Restraining Order System
Sexual Habitual Offender
Sexual Habitual Offender Program
Statewide Integrated Narcotics System
Sex Offender Identification Line
Sexual Predator Apprehension Teams
Supervised Release File
Sex Offender Tracking Program
Stolen Vehicle System
Stolen Vehicle Unit
Triplicate Prescription Program
Uniform Crime Reporting
Violent Crime Information Network
Violent Crime Profiling Unit
Violence Suppression Program
Western Identification Network
Wanted Persons System
Western States Information Network
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
MISSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . II
HOW TO USE THIS DIRECTORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . III
TERMS AND ACRONYMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . III
ORGANIZATION AND TELEPHONE LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Division of Law Enforcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Office of the Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 California Bureau of Investigation (CBI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement (BNE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Bureau of Forensic Services (BFS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Criminal Intelligence Bureau (CIB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 WSIN Western States Information Network (WSIN)) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Division of California Justice Information Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Office of the Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 CJIS Operations Support Bureau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 OJ “BUD” Hawkins Data Center (HDC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information (BCII) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Bureau of Criminal Information and Analysis (BCIA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Firearms Division . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Division of Gambling Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ADVANCED TRAINING CENTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 ANTI-TERRORISM INTELLIGENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 APPLICANT AGENCY COMPLIANCE AND TRAINING SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
APPLICANT PROCESSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
ARREST AND DISPOSITION REPORTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
ASSAULT WEAPONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
ASSET FORFEITURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
AUTOMATED CRIMINAL HISTORY AUDITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
AUTOMATED FIREARMS SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
AUTOMATED LATENT PRINTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
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AUTOMATED PROPERTY SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
AUTOMATED SUPPORT PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
AVIATION OPERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
BILLING OF ELECTRONIC CRIMINAL OFFENDER RECORD INFORMATION
REQUESTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
CAL-ID/FINGERPRINTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
CALIFORNIA AUTOMATED PALM PRINT SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
CALIFORNIA CENTRAL PHOTOGRAPH INDEX (CAL-PHOTO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
CARRY CONCEALED WEAPONS PERMITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
CENTRALIZED LIST OF FIREARMS DEALERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
CERTIFICATE OF ELIGIBILITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
CHECK CASHERS PERMIT PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
CHILD PROTECTION PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
CHILD SUPPORT PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
CLANDESTINE LABORATORY ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
CLETS ADMINISTRATION SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
COMMAND CENTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
CONTROLLED CHEMICAL SUBSTANCE PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
CRIMINAL JUSTICE STATISTICS CENTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
CRIMINAL RECORD PURGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
CRIMINAL STREET GANGS AND ASIAN ORGANIZED CRIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
DANGEROUS WEAPONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
DATA BASE AUDITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
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DEALER’S RECORD OF SALE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESTRAINING ORDER SYSTEM (DVROS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
ELECTRONIC RECORDING DELIVERY SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
FIELD OPERATIONS PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS/MONEY LAUNDERING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
FINGERPRINT ROLLING CERTIFICATION PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
FIREARMS DEALER INSPECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
FIREARM ELIGIBILITY APPLICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
FIREARMS MANUFACTURER LICENSES AND INSPECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
FORENSIC SERVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
GAMBLING CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
HANDGUN SAFETY CERTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
INTERNET/INTRANET/EXTRANET SERVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
INVESTIGATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT/CRIME ANALYSIS UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
KEEPER OF THE RECORDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
LIBRARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
LIVE SCAN REVENUE, COLLECTION AND STATISTICAL UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
MARIJUANA ERADICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
MEGAN’S LAW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
MISSING AND UNIDENTIFIED PERSONS UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
NARCOTIC ENFORCEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
NARCOTIC INTELLIGENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
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NARCOTIC PRESCRIPTION INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
O. J. “BUD” HAWKINS DATA CENTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
ORGANIZED CRIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
PROBLEM RESOLUTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
RECORD IMPROVEMENT AND FIELD LIAISON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
RECORD REVIEW AND VISA CLEARANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
RECORD SEALINGS/DISMISSALS/PARDONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
RECORDS SECURITY/ PUBLIC RECORDS ACT SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
SAFE HANDGUN AND FIREARM USE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
SECONDHAND DEALER AND PAWNBROKER LICENSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
SEX OFFENDER TRACKING PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
SEXUAL HABITUAL OFFENDER PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
STATEWIDE INVESTIGATIVE NETWORKING SYSTEM (SINS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
STOLEN VEHICLE/BOAT UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
SUPERVISED RELEASE FILE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
SYSTEMS SUPPORT UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
TELETYPE UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
VIOLENCE SUPPRESSION PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
WANTED PERSONS SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
WITNESS PROTECTION PROGRAM (CALIFORNIA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
APPENDIX A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
FORMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
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APPENDIX B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
PUBLICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
PUBLICATIONS - INQUIRIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
APPENDIX C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
TRAINING - INQUIRIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
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ORGANIZATION AND TELEPHONE LIST
Unit
Manager
Phone
Division of Law Enforcement
Office of the Director
Director
Deputy Director
Assistant Director
Adjutant to the Director
General Information
Patrick N. Lunney
Rick Oules
(916) 319-8200
(916) 319-8200
Wilfredo Cid
(916) 319-8200
(916) 319-8207
(916) 319-8200
Richard Lop es
Thomas Chaplin
Julie Hume
Eric Seiberlich
Gil VanAttenhoven
Howard Anderson
(916) 319-8200
Ron Phillis
(916) 319-8224
(916) 319-8281
Mission Suppo rt Branch
Operations Support Section
Assistant Chief
Professional Standards/Internal Affairs
Secu rity/Facility Protection Unit
Aviation Program
Advanced Training Center (ATC)
Background In vestigation Unit
Research & T echnology Supp ort
Assistant Chief
Radio Communications
Tactical & Strategic Supp ort/
Inspections
Technical Support
Fiscal Support Services
Facilities & Procurement
Administrator
Hum an Resources
Research, Graphics & Contracts
DLE EE O Coordinator
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
227-3639
255-1840
464-5591
319-8229
Fae Minabe
Julie A gcaoili
Tamm y Lopes
Tamm y Lopes
Sylvia Siu
Lynne Hilbourne
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
319-8226
319-8227
319-8287
319-8241
319-8248
319-8248
319-8286
319-8253
Martin Ryan
Ed Machado
Rick Sinor
Judy Cornick
Douglas Mansfield
Sharon Pagaling Hagan
Tony LaD ell
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(858)
319-9070
319-9070
319-9070
319-9603
464-2001
464-2001
268-5400
California B ureau of Investigation (CB I)
Chief
Assistant Chief
Special Agent in Charge
California Witness Protection
Polygraph Unit
Violent C rime Profiling U nit
Foreign Prosecution U nit
1
Regional Offices
Fresno
Los Angeles
Redding
Riverside
Sacramento
San Diego
San Francisco
Rob ert M Rische, Jr.
Steve Utter
Steve Hirigoyen
Steve Lindley
Tony LaD ell
Robert C astillo
(559)
(323)
(530)
(951)
(916)
(858)
(415)
457-5030
869-3400
225-2830
361-5000
464-2001
268-5400
351-3166
John G aines
Craig Buehler
Jerry Hunter
(916) 319-8292
(916) 319-8292
(916) 319-8292
Val Jimenez
Chris Davis
Jackie Long
(916) 464-2020
(916) 319-8460
(916) 319-8458
Ron na Kephart
Chris Davis
(916) 319-8472
(916) 319-8460
Chris Davis
Carla Watkins
(916) 319-8460
(916) 319-8542
Dave Dresson
Douglas Ow sley
Randy Bryant
Ed Pecis
Orlando Lopez
(559)
(323)
(714)
(530)
(915)
(916)
(858)
(415)
(408)
Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement (BNE)
Chief
Assistant Chief
Assistant Chief
Campaign Against Marijuana
Planting (CAMP)
Operations Support
Clandestine Laboratory Program
Controlled Chemical
Substance Program
Violence Suppression Program
Financial Investigations Program/
Asset Forfeiture Program
Triplicate Prescription Program
Regional Offices
Fresno
Los Angeles
Orange
Redding
Riverside
Sacramento
San Diego
San Francisco
San Jose
Gary Hudson
Dave D arrin
457-5000
869-6800
558-4183
224-4750
782-4313
464-2030
268-5300
351-3374
452-7360
Bureau of Forensic Services (BFS)
Chief
Assistant Chief (Administration)
California Criminalistics Institute
Special Sections
DUI/EPAS
Latent Print
Questioned D ocuments
Tox icology Laboratory
Lance Gima
Eva Steinberger
(916) 319-9365
(916) 227-3646
(916) 227-3575
Bill Phillips
Michael Murphy
Glen Owens
Kenji Ota
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
2
227-5610
227-3797
227-3623
227-3620
Assistant Ch ief (Lab Operations)
Chico
Eureka
Freedom
Fresno
Redding
Ripon
Riverside
Sacramento
Santa B arbara
Santa Rosa
Assistant Ch ief (DNA Progra ms)
Casework (Berkeley)
Post Conviction DNA Testing (Richmond)
Method Development & Training (Richmond)
Cal-DNA (Richmond)
Cold Hit (Sacramento)
Mission Persons DNA
Program (Richmond)
Ron Ralston
Bill Casper
Juan Bergado
Bruce Palmer
Joe Rynearson/Julie Doerr
John Yoshida
Victor Reeve
Darryl Tate
John Yount
(530)
(707)
(831)
(559)
(530)
(209)
(951)
(916)
(805)
(707)
892-5024
445-6682
761-7620
294-4000
225-2830
599-1400
361-5000
227-3777
681-2580
576-2415
Eva Steinberger
Gary Sims
Gary Sims
Cecilia von Beroldingen
Ken Ko nzak
Bill Phillips
(510)
(510)
(510)
(510)
(510)
(916)
620-3300
620-3300
620-3300
620-3300
620-3300
319-9382
John Tonkyn
(510) 620-3300
Ed M anavian
Allen Benitez
Darryl Phillips
Bob M orehouse
Jerry Maryn ik
Bob Sanders
Kathryn Grant
(916)
(916)
(800)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(800)
(916)
Karen Aumond
(916) 263-1166
Criminal Intelligence Bureau (CIB)
Chief
Assistant Chief
LA C learinghouse
Anti-Terrorism
Criminal Intelligence
Technical Operations
Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit (LEIU)
INTERPOL
319-9604
319-9604
522-5327
227-1280
227-1240
227-4142
824-3860
227-1233
Western States Information Network (WSIN)
Director
Division of California Justice Information Services
Office of the Director
Director/CIO
Deputy Director
Nick Dedier
Doug Smith
3
(916) 227-3043
(916) 227-3043
CJIS Operations Support Bureau
Chief
CJIS Executive/CO RI A udits
Field Operations/Applicant Agency
Compliance and Training Section
Assistant Chief - Swing Shift
Information Technology Project Office
Terri Newby
Denise Blanton
(916) 227-3049
(916) 227-3736
Paul Pane
Raymond R. Griego
Diana Young
(916) 227-4705
(916) 227-3559
(916) 227-5878
Application Development Bureau
Chief
Mike C uccia
(916) 227-3113
Departmental Services Bureau
Chief
Sheri Hofer
(916) 227-3095
Gail Overhou se
(916) 227-3178
OJ “BUD” Hawkins Data Center (HDC)
Hawkins Data Center Bureau
Chief
Infrastructure Support Bureau
Chief
Burea u of Crim inal Identification and Information (BC II)
Chief
Assistant Chief
Assistant Chief
Applicant Processing Program
Applicant Information Section
Applicant Response Section
Automated Support Program
CAL -ID Program
Fingerprint Identification Section
AFIS/NATM S ID Section
Automated Latent Print Section
California Automated Palm Print Section
Disposition Analysis & Processing Program
Disposition Update Section
Folder Management & Archive
Disposition Section
Record Analysis & Processing Program
Record Update Section
Gary C ooper
Louise Knedel
Tina M edich
Paul Johnson
Martha Cook
Sharon Pierce
Kevin D oug herty
Rick McFarland
Loy Cluney
Angela Witt
Tam ara Burkart
Gordon Low
Cathy Kester
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
Linda D enly
Jenny Reich
Chris Bensen
(916) 227-4936
(916) 227-3851
(916) 227-3418
4
227-3857
227-3853
227-3352
227-3324
227-3809
227-9565
227-3436
227-3864
227-3353
227-3351
227-3314 ext 24
227-3314 ext 23
227-3865
227-3406
Operational Development and
Infrastructure Program
Cal-Photo/System Integration Project
Record Improvement and
Field Liaison Program
Record Information and Services Program
Problem Resolution
Record Management/ System
Support Section
Record Support Section
Julie Basco
Rebecca M ills
(916) 227-3854
(916) 227-0240
Keith Dann
Scott Lorigan
Karen Adams
(916) 227-5025
(916) 227-6934
(916) 227-3376
Susan Houston
Christina Byrnes
(916) 227-6913
(916) 227-0274
Bureau of Criminal Information and Analysis (BCIA)
Chief
Assistant Chief
Automated Systems Program
Wanted Persons/Check Cashers/
Restraining Orders
Data Base Audits Section
Systems Information Section
Stolen Vehicles and Boats/Secondhand
Dealer/Autom ated Property /Fingerprint
Rolling Certification Program
Violent Crime Information Center
Investigative Services/SHOP Programs
Sex Offender Tracking Program
Sup ervised Release File
Missing and Unidentified Persons
Assistant Chief
Information Expedite Program
Child Protection Program
Legislation
Communications Administration Program
CLETS A dministration
Assistant Chief
Criminal Justice Statistics Center
Statistical Analysis Center
Special Requests/Special Data
Statistical Data Center
Doug Smith
Mike B roderick
Cheryl Steuer
(916) 227-3519
(916) 227-3711
(916) 227-3754
Valerie F ercho-T illery
Alfred Boehm
(916) 227-3732
(916) 227-3721
George Scarborough
Mike Case
Randy Poo le
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
227-1174
227-1364
227-3506
227-4816
227-1364
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
227-2372
227-3263
227-3263
227-3283
227-3863
227-2368
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
227-3552
227-3494
227-3282
227-3509
227-3515
Mike Case
Debb ie Hesse
Bud Wilford
John Woods
George Renfroe
Marie Cranston
Jack Scheidegger
Steve Galeria
Linda Nance
Chris Bucher
5
Firearms Division
Director
Deputy Director
Assistant Director
Randy Rossi
Program M anager
Firearms Clearance Section
Firearms Information Services Section
Firearms Licensing and Permits Section
Firearms Enforcement Section
Steve B uford
Dennis Hilburn
Dale Ferranto
(916) 263-6275
(916) 263-0802
(714) 567-6117
Carlos Solano
(916)
(916)
(916)
(916)
(213)
227-4340
227-4731
263-4868
227-0537
894-3574
Director
Deputy Director Admin/Compliance
and Enforcement
Deputy Director Licensing
Bob Lytle
(916) 263-5778
Mathew Campoy
Norm Pierce
(916) 263-0362
(916) 263-0366
Special A gent-in-Charge, CE S North
Special A gent-in-Charge, CE S South
Special Agent-in-Charge, Licensing
SSM II Administration
Martin Horan, Jr.
Frank Herbert
Debra DeRo sier
Susan Harrigan
(916)
(858)
(916)
(916)
Division of Gambling Control
6
263-5375
268-5309
263-5779
263-3386
Programs
7
ADVANCED TRAINING CENTER
The Advanced Training Center (ATC ) provides training in narcotic investigation and specialized
investigative techniques to California and selective out-of-state law enforcement personnel and provides
and coordinates in-service training for peace officer employees of the Department of Justice.
SERVICES
�
L AW E NF OR CE M EN T T RA IN IN G P RO G RA M . The ATC, working in cooperation
with the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST ), has developed
and offers a wide variety of courses related to specialized investigative training for law
enforcement. The current course catalog for the ATC features 29 specialized
investigative courses and 14 skills and knowledge mod ular law enforcement courses as
certified and funded by POST.
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NARCOTIC TRAINING PROGRAM. In cooperation w ith POST, the ATC offers
several comprehensive narcotic training courses for law enforcement agencies on a
continuous statewide basis. The ATC is in partnership with the U.S. Department of
Justice, receiving funds through the Community Oriented Policing Services Program,
creating the Western States Regional Training Center. The mission of this Training
Center is to present a variety of clandestine laboratory investigation courses for
California law enforcem ent personnel and law enforcement personnel from 13 w estern
regional states.
�
FIR EA RM S/TAC TIC AL TR AINING PR OG RA M. The ATC is respo nsible for
developing and presenting a num ber of in-service training pro gram s for our agents to
include a variety of firearms related courses, defensive tactics course and tactical
enforcement training. The in-service law enforcement training program provides our
agent employ ees w ith the knowledge, skills, and expertise to pro tect themselves, their
team members, and the citizens of California.
�
SPEC IAL A GE NT AC AD EM Y P RO GR AM . The ATC oversees the presentation of
the Basic Specialized Investigator Course which is presented to newly hired special agent
trainees within our department. In addition, the ATC also presents a six week Special
Agent Orientation Course for those experienced agents hired to our department from
allied law enforcement agen cies.
See also: Appendix C, Parts 1 and 2.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement
Mission Support Branch Advanced Training Center
11181 Sun Center Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
(916) 464-1200
FAX: (916) 464-5577
8
ANTI-TERRORISM INTELLIGENCE
The Criminal Intelligence Bureau formed an Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Program in the wake of the
September 11 attack on the W orld Trad e Center and the Pentagon to prov ide law enforcem ent w ith
statewide intelligence support to combat terrorism. The Bureau works in close cooperation with the
California Office of Homeland Security, the California Highway Patrol, the Federal Bureau of
Investigation, the Federal Department of Hom eland Security, and other local, state and federal law
enforcement agencies to ensure the rapid sharing of anti-terrorism intelligence.
Through this program , law enforcem ent ag encies in C alifornia can obtain info rmation on terrorist threats
and activities any where in the state through a secure central database. Trained intelligence professionals
analyze potential terrorism information and assess the implications for the health and safety of
Californians. R eliable information that meets the string ent guidelines fo r intelligence gath ering and civil
rights protections will be made available only to authorized local, state and federal law enforcement
personnel as necessary to protect California from the risk of criminal terrorist activity.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement
Criminal Intelligence Bureau
P.O. Box 160967
Sacramento, CA 95816-0967
(916) 227-1280
FAX: (916) 227-0335
9
APPLICANT AGENCY COMPLIANCE AND TRAINING SECTION
The Applicant Agency C ompliance and Training Section’s mission is to ensure applicant agencies
authorized to receive Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) are aware of their responsibility for
the security and confidentiality of the C OR I responses received from the Department of Justice as a result
of applicant fingerprint submissions.
SERVICES
•
Conducts audits of applicant agencies which submit fingerprints to Department of Justice
for employment, licensing and certification purposes.
•
Condu cts investigations, as appropriate, involving the m isuse of COR I security
requirements (S ection 11079 of the Penal Code).
•
Acts as a consultant and liaison to applicant agencies for CORI security guidelines and
assists with resolving problems associated with submitting and receiving criminal
background information for applicant purposes.
•
Conducts training and seminars on the proper security requirements for obtaining and
receiving CO RI as a result of applicant fingerprint submissions.
•
Cond ucts site inspections of agencies receiving electronic CO RI responses.
•
Assesses requests for authorization to obtain state criminal history information (Section
11105 of the Penal Cod e).
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
CJIS Operations Support Bureau
Applicant Agency Compliance and Training Section
P. O. Box 903427
(916) 227-3755 (CALNET ) 498-3755
FAX: (916) 227-2545
10
APPLICANT PROCESSING
The Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information (BCII) receives and processes requests for
applican t background clearance checks. Requests are received either electronically or by manual hard
card submissions. The number of electronic submissions continues to grow as the availability of Live
Scan devices increases throughout the State.
SERVICES
�
Assists in authorizing new agencies to submit applicant background checks.
�
Review s criminal records to ensure dissemination criteria meets legal mandates.
�
Provides criminal backg round clearances.
�
Serves as the central contact for processing Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
applicant background requests.
�
Provides subseq uent arrest information to authorized agencies.
�
Provides applicant processing and follow-up information.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Applicant Processing Program
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3823 (CALNET ) 498-3823
11
ARREST AND DISPOSITION REPORTING
This program provides services in the areas of reporting information, field training, and on-site analysis of
reporting problems related to arrest fingerprint cards and dispositions.
SERVICES
•
Serves as the primary contact for local agencies on matters concerning reporting
problems, submissions, and requirements. Coordinates efforts between law enforcement
agencies and division programs to improve the reporting of arrest and disposition data.
•
Conducts training sessions for criminal justice agencies on rap sheet interpretation and
procedures for com pleting arrest and disposition reports.
•
Evaluates local processing problems and develops recommendations for their
resolution.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
CJIS Operation Support Bureau
Field Operations Program
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203-4270
(916) 227-3755 (CALNET ) 498-3755
FAX: (916) 227-3658
For Disposition of Arrest and Court Action, the JUS 8715 form (adults) or 8716 (juveniles) form must be
completed and sent to:
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Disposition Update Section
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-7170
To order the JUS 8715 or 8716 forms, contact BCII at (916) 227-3397; or by e-mail at
[email protected]
12
ASSAULT WEAPONS
The Firearms Division maintains weapon information from registrations mandated by the Roberti-Roos
Assault Weapons Control Act of 1989.
SERVICES
•
Maintains assault weapon registration records in the Automated Firearms System for
access by law enforcement agencies.
•
Provides information and assistance to local law enforcement agencies, applicants, the
general public, the Legislature, and the news media concerning statistics, statutes and
regulations for assault weapon registration in California.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 227-3694 (CALNET ) 498-3694
FAX: (916) 227-3700
13
ASSET FORFEITURE
The Asset Forfeiture Program provides training, information, and investigative assistance to local, state,
and federal law enforcem ent agencies involved in seizing assets from illicit drug traffickers.
SERVICES
•
Provides financial investigation expertise to assist law enforcement in the application of
state and federal asset forfeiture laws, including the development of probable cause and
supportive ev idence for the seizure of assets.
•
Coordinates and responds to federal, state and local law enforcement requests for asset
forfeiture/financial information.
•
Provides training to develop the highest possible level of financial investigative expertise
and capability among California law enforcement agencies to maximize the
implemen tation and effectiveness of the state and federal asset forfeiture laws.
•
Provides information on Health and Safety Code Section 11469, et. seq., and other
forfeiture provisions of Title 21 USC, Section 881.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement
Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement
Financial Investigations Program
P.O. Box 161089
Sacramento, CA 95816-1089
(916) 319-8461 (CALNET ) 479-8461
FAX: (916) 319-9446
14
AUTOMATED CRIMINAL HISTORY AUDITS
The Automated Criminal History Audits Section provides technical assistance in the proper use and
dissemination of Criminal Offender Reco rd Information (CO RI) by criminal justice agencies.
SERVICES
•
Audits criminal justice agencies or authorized persons using CORI to ensure compliance
with state regulations.
•
Coo rdinates activities with interstate sy stems for exchange of CO RI.
•
Handles com plaints regarding unauthorized access and misuse of CO RI.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
CJIS Operations Support Bureau
Automated Crim inal H istory Audits
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203-4270
(916) 227-3459 (CALNET ) 498-3459
FAX: (916) 227-4997
15
AUTOMATED FIREARMS SYSTEM
The Autom ated Firearms System (AFS) is a statewide, online data base of serialized firearms records that
is divided into two segm ents: law enforcement and historical records. Law enforcement records consist
of firearms that are either stolen, lost, found, under observation, held in evidence, crime gun, destroyed,
institutionally registered, or retained for official use. Historical records are comprised of firearms
associated with a person. These records consist of the Dealer’s Record of Sale (DRO S) of revolvers or
pistols; pawn, buy, or consignment transactions; licenses to carry concealed weapons; assault weapon
registrations; voluntary firearm registrations; firearms sold at auctions; operation of law; new residents;
collector’s; and pawn redemption.
SERVICES
•
Provides firearms information to criminal justice agencies to assist in the identification
and recovery of stolen and lost firearms, and to assist in the apprehension and prosecution
of persons involved in illegal firearms activity.
•
Provides data base instructions and technical assistance to AF S users.
•
Provides law enforcem ent ag encies with special searches and listings from the AFS file
by record type, gun type or make, agency, city or county, and etc.
•
Provides law enforcement agencies with “name flags” or “weapon flags” for subsequent
firearm activity notification on persons or firearm s.
•
Provides law enforcem ent ag encies with batch cancellation of their records in AFS.
•
Provides appropriate firearm statistical information to the news media, Legislature,
criminal justice agencies, and the general public.
•
Provides certified copies of firearm records in AFS for court use.
•
Provides a statewide listing of persons who make m ultiple purchases during a specified
period.
•
Provides citizens with a listing of their DROS records in AFS.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 227-2153 (CALNET ) 498-2153
FAX: (916) 227-3700
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AUTOMATED LATENT PRINTS
The Automated Latent Print System (ALPS) became operational on October 9, 1985, as a component of
the California Identification (Cal-ID) System; provides the ability to search latent impressions developed
on phy sical evidence against a data base of know n criminal offenders.
SERVICES
•
Provides latent print “cold search” services for law enforcemen t agencies.
•
Provides fingerprint comparisons on thumb prints appearing on multiple Department of
Motor Vehicles (DM V) docu ments used for fraudu lent purposes.
•
Provides expert court testimony for AL PS and DM V cases.
•
Provides POST training to law enforcement agencies on fingerprint pattern interpretation
based on the Henry System.
•
Conducts latent finger and latent palm print searches for California law enforcement
agencies that do not have the resources to complete their own processing.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
CAL -ID Program
P.O. Box 168007
Sacramento, CA 95816-8007
(916) 227-3314 (CALNET ) 498-3314
17
AUTOMATED PROPERTY SYSTEM
The Autom ated Property System (APS) is a statewide, online data base of serialized and non-serialized
property. It contains records of property that has been stolen, lost, found, under observation, held for
evidence, paw ned or bo ugh t.
SERVICES
•
Provides data base instructions and technical assistance to AP S users.
•
Provides law enforcem ent personnel with a rapid means of identifying serialized p roperty
that may be stolen and persons wh o may be involved in stolen prop erty crimes.
•
Provides investigative leads to law enforcement in identifying stolen property and
persons who may be involved in property crimes.
•
Conducts special searches and provides listings from APS by record type, article, brand,
agency or county.
•
Provides law enforcement agencies with a “name flag” in APS for the subsequent
pawn/buy activity of a person.
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Provides “frequent pawnor” lists by agency or county of individuals conducting
pawn/buy activities. This information is often used as an investigative tool in tracking
suspects involved in prop erty crimes.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Systems Information Section
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3757 (CALNET ) 498-3757
FAX: (916) 227-3774
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AUTOMATED SUPPORT PROGRAM
The Autom ated Sup port Program (AS P) provides m anagem ent an d coordination of all automated projects
within the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information and acts as the system administrator for the
Departm ent’s Automated Crim inal H istory System (AC HS ). ASP also prov ides technical assistance to
the Networked AFIS Transaction Management System (NATM S), Automated Disposition Processing
Process (ADPP), the Live Scan network, and the Electronic Disposition Reporting, acting as Program
Administrator for NATMS.
SERVICES
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Develop s Technical Assistance and Specifications.
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Develops specifications and technical assistance to agencies for MNI and ACHS.
•
Designs, develops, and implements new system applications and interfaces, including
detailed specification writing, general system design, and functional requirements for
new systems b eing prop osed .
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Provides program administration of NATM S, including analysis and monitoring of
system operations, development of specifications, and coordination of acceptance testing
for installation of new and modified software.
•
Acts as liaison between criminal justice agencies, Department programs, and Department
and vendor techn ical staff.
•
Prepares ACHS guidelines and requirements for law enforcement agencies developing
systems for reporting data to the Department via tape/electronic submission.
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Prep ares, updates, and maintain s ACH S instructional m anuals for dissemination to
authorized users of criminal history information. The manuals contain summarized and
detailed procedures regarding the m anual and autom ated criminal history systems.
•
Acts as liaison between superior courts, internal and external vendor staff, and
department prog rams.
•
Participates with statewide organizations to provide training and departmental automation
updates.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Automated Support Program
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3868 (CALNET ) 498-3868 19
AVIATION OPERATIONS
Aviation Operations is part of the Mission Support Branch. Operating from bases in Sacramento and
Long Beach, Aviation Operations provides all Bureaus and Divisions within the Department of Justice, as
well as local law enforcemen t, with aviation services.
SERVICES
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Provides covert aerial surveillance services w ith specially equipped fixed wing aircraft;
provides this support in all types of criminal investigations; and provides surveillance
services in conjunction with a ground surveillance team.
•
Provides electronic beacon tracking services in all types of criminal investigations;
maintains a number of fixed wing aircraft equipped with electronic directional beacon
receiving units.
•
Provides aerial photography and reconnaissance services in all types of criminal
investigations; and maintains aircraft specially equipped for these types of missions.
•
Provides thermal imaging services in all types of criminal investigations, as well as
search and rescue operations; and maintains helicopters equipped with forward looking
infrared systems (FLIR).
•
Provides tactical team transportation to both DO J tactical teams and local law
enforcement tactical teams who have been trained in tactical helicopter operations;
maintains a Bell UH-1 Huey for these types of missions. The aircraft is capable of
carrying a fully equipped tactical team and flight crew.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement
Mission Support Branch
Aviation Operations
P.O. Box 161089
Sacramento, CA 95816-1089
(916) 255-1818
FAX: (916) 255-1844
Eric Seiberlich, Special Agent in Charge: (916) 255-1840 Aviation Duty Officer pager (916) 948-4551
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BILLING OF ELECTRONIC CRIMINAL OFFENDER RECORD INFORMATION
REQUESTS FOR NON-LAW ENFORCEMENT PURPOSES
The Bureau of Criminal Identification, Operational Development and Infrastructure Programs handles
billing functions for the transmission of electronic criminal offender record information requests from
regulatory entities and private service providers.
SERVICES
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Establishes billing accounts by assigning billing numbers for regulatory entities and
private service providers.
•
Resolves general billing inquiries, including, but not limited to, duplicate transmission
searches and requests for credit.
•
Upon request, distribute a m onth ly billing account detail.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Operational Development and Infrastructure Program
4949 Broadway, Room G-110
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-3870 (CALNET ) 498-3870
FAX: (916) 227-1149
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CAL-ID/FINGERPRINTS
The Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information maintains a central repository of fingerprints and
administers the statewide Cal-ID Au tomated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) through which
positive identification of ind ividu als can be determ ined. Fingerprin ts submitted by law enforcem ent,
employment, and state regulatory agencies are classified, searched, verified, and indexed in the AFIS and
manual files. Th e Bu reau maintains the central site for the AFIS and the Integrated Im age Controller data
bases.
SERVICES
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Searches and conducts verifications of criminal and non-criminal fingerprints submitted
by law enforcem ent.
•
Provides certified copies of fingerprints for use in civil legal proceedings and
administrative hearings within California and in other states. A Subpoena Duces Tecum
or a Court Order is required in most cases.
•
Provides expedited search and identification services of fingerprints in the Cal-ID/AFIS
when needed for criminal justice and other public safety purposes.
•
Provides special fingerprint search and identification services in the W estern
Identification Network (WIN) data base that represents the states of Nevada, Washington,
Oregon, Arizona, Utah, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, and Wyom ing.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
CAL -ID Program
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3307 (CALNET ) 498-3307
FAX: (916) 456-9054
CAL ID Data Base Service (916) 227-3312 (CALNET ) 498-3312
Certified Copies of Fingerprints
(916) 227-3307 (CALNET ) 498-3307
FAX: (916) 456-9054
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CALIFORNIA AUTOMATED PALM PRINT SECTION
The manual Palm Print file was established at the Department of Justice (DOJ) in August 1995; by
February 1, 2001, the file contained subjects who were required by statute to register with the DOJ. On
January 1, 1999, the law was modified to include additional felony convictions (California Penal Code
Section 296), as well as registrants. The California Automated Palm Print System became operational on
September 2, 2003. This system provides the capability to search latent palm impressions developed on
physical evidence against a database of criminal offenders.
SERVICES
•
Provides law enforcement agencies the ability to transmit palm prints, including the
writer’s palm impressions, electronically through Cal-ID.
•
Provides electronic “cold search” capability using latent palm imp ressions.
•
Conducts latent palm print searches for California law enforcement agencies that do not
have the resources to complete their own palm processing.
•
Receives palm print cards and maintain manual files pursuant to California Penal Code
sections 1110 5 and 296.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
P.O. Box 168007
Sacramento, CA 95816-8007
(916) 227-3314 (CALNET ) 498-3314
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CALIFORNIA CENTRAL PHOTOGRAPH INDEX (CAL-PHOTO)
Cal-Photo allows law enforcement agencies, using Internet browser technology, to exchange mugshot and
driver license photographs with one another in a timely manner regardless of difference in their technical
infrastructures.
Cal-Photo is a centralized index of im ages. Th e central index is populated with personal data record
information integrated from each of the participating agencies. The photograph for the record remains on
the participating agency’s image server and is retrieved via the browser using a Uniform Resource
Locator (UR L). The delivery of the personal data record and photo image appear alm ost sim ultaneously
to the user.
Cal-Photo also provides a link to the driver license photographs resident in the Department of Motor
Vehicles driver license database.
SERVICES
•
Provides statewide automated indexing of the participating law enforcement agencies
criminal photograph s.
•
Provides a link to the driver license photographs maintained by the Department of Motor
Vehicles to law enforcem ent agencies.
•
Provides technical assistan ce and specifications to agencies interested in integrating with
the Cal-Photo central index.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Cal-Photo Program
4949 Broadway, Room H229
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-5774 (CALNET ) 498-5774
FAX: (916) 227-4589
[email protected]
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CARRY CONCEALED WEAPONS PERMITS The Firearms Div ision processes initial/renewal app lication s for licenses to carry concealed weapons.
The unit also maintains these records in the Automated Firearms System for access by law enforcement
agencies.
SERVICES
�
Provides concealed weapons permit statistics to the news media, the general public, and
the Legislature.
•
Provides background record checks for the law enforcement agencies that issue concealed
weapo ns permits.
•
Provides information and assistance to local law enforcement agencies, applicants, the
general public, the Legislature, and the news media concerning statutes and regulations
for concealed weapons permits in California.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 227-3694 (CALNET ) 498-3694
FAX: (916) 227-3700
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CENTRALIZED LIST OF FIREARMS DEALERS The Firearms Division maintains the statewide Centralized List of properly licensed firearms dealers.
SERVICES
�
Tracks licensing status to ensure currency and eligibility on the list, removes dealers from
the list and administers the administrative process for their removal for failure to comply
with licensing requirements.
�
Provides list information to firearms dealers, gun show promoters, law enforcement
agencies, and others.
�
Provides statistics to the news media, law enforcement, the general public, and the
Legislature.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, California 94203-0200
(916) 263-4887 (CALNET ) 435-4887
FAX: (916) 274-5992
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CERTIFICATE OF ELIGIBILITY
The Firearms Division processes initial/renewal applications for Certificates of Eligibility (COE). The
unit also monitors this information for access by law enforcement agencies.
SERVICES
�
Provides backgroun d record checks on COE applicants and issues certificates to eligible
recipients.
�
Provides COE statistics to the news media, the general public, and the Legislature.
�
Provides information to firearms dealers, gun show promoters, and others regarding
application preparation, fee schedules, and issuance requiremen ts.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
Applicatio ns or Prohibited Inform ation:
(916) 227-5367 (CALNET ) 498-5367
General Information:
(916) 263-4887 (CALNET ) 435-4887
FAX: (916) 274-5992
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CHECK CASHERS PERMIT PROGRAM The Check Cashers Permit file, a statewide, off-line file of licensed check cashers, was established on
January 1,1995, pursuant to California Civil Code Section 1789.37. The Check Cashers Permit Program
contains inform ation on applications for a check cashers perm it and issues perm its to authorize people to
conduct check cashing businesses. Information on the legal requirements for conducting a check cashing
business in California is also provided.
SERVICES
•
Provides consumers who use check cashing businesses with greater protection and
security.
•
Provides information to law enforcem ent ag encies, check cashers, and the general public
about the check cash ers laws and regulations.
•
Provides inform ation to applicants regarding requirem ents for issuance and renew al of a
check cashers perm it.
•
Provides background record checks on applicants, and issues or renews permits for
eligible businesses.
•
Denies applications for a check cashers permit to any person convicted of a felony
involving dishonesty, fraud, or deceit, if the crime was related to a person engaged in the
business of check cashing.
•
Provides information on the permit status of check cashing businesses to criminal justice
agencies and the public.
•
Sends pre-renewal permit notices to check cashers to ensure timely annual renewals and
compliance with state law.
•
Reviews subsequent arrest notifications when a check casher is convicted of specified
felony charges.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Check Cashers Permit Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3250 (CALNET ) 498-3250
FAX: (916) 227-3774
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CHILD PROTECTION PROGRAM
The Child Protection Program maintains the Child Abuse Central Index (CACI) which contains
information on investigated incidents of child abuse reported to the Department of Justice by
investigating agencies. These agencies include police, sheriffs, county welfare, and probation
departments. The CACI includes information such as the name of suspect(s), personal descriptors, and
whether the allegation of abuse is substantiated or inconclusive. The primary use of the file is as a
“pointer” to the more comprehensive reports maintained by local investigating agencies. Also included
in the CACI is the name of the agency investigating the case, file numbers or reference names, and the
type of abuse investigated.
SERVICES
•
Cond ucts CACI nam e searches of suspect(s) and victim(s) listed on the child abuse
investigation report and notifies the requesting agen cies of any prior report(s) of child
abuse.
•
Cond ucts CACI nam e searches of applicants for out-of-home child care service licenses,
child care employment, child placement, adoptiv e parents, and tru stline applicants to
determine if there is prior child abuse history. If a history is found, the licensing
authorities are referred to the reporting investigating agency.
•
Accepts facsimile and teletype requests for expedited CACI name searches from
authorized agencies with response times of 2 hours and 24 hours, respectively.
•
Assists investigating agency, district attorney s’ offices, and other authorized agen cies to
meet statutory reporting requirements and/or to access CAC I information for child abuse
investigation or child emergency placem ent.
•
Provides statewide training on investigating agency requirements for child abuse
reporting and information on Child Protection Program services.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Child Protection Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3285 (CALNET ) 498-3285
FAX: (916) 227-3253
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CHILD SUPPORT PROGRAM
The Child Support Program began in 1953 and consists of the California Parent Locator Service and the
California Central R egistry . Each operation acts in differing ways to assist C alifornia’s local child
support enforcement agencies in other states and nations. The program is go verned by C alifornia W elfare
and Institutions Code Sections 11478 and 11478.5, as well as the provisions of the Federal Code of
Regulations, Title 45, Parts 300-399.
SERVICES
•
Provides the location of non-supporting parents to authorized requesters through the
coordinated use of governmental data.
•
Coordinates the state’s effort to collect child support arrears through a compact with the
Intern al Revenue Service.
•
Provides high-level technical support and training to coun ty child suppo rt agency staff in
interpreting data pertinent to child support obligors.
•
Acquires specific information, including photographs, to identify non-supporting parents.
•
Provides a legal review of child support cases wherein the respon ding jurisdiction is a
California agency.
•
Maintains an open line of interstate comm unication in order to ensure su pport
enforcement cases are managed appropriately.
•
Provides mediation intervention services in cases of jurisdictional dispute.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services CJIS Operations Support Bureau Child Support Program
P.O. Box 903300
Sacramento, CA 94203-3000
(916) 323-5628 (CALNET ) 473-5628
FAX: (916) 323-5669
(The Child Support Program transferred from the Department of Justice to the Department of
Ch ild Support Services effective July 2003. Their phone numbers rem ained th e sam e.)
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CLANDESTINE LABORATORY ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM
More clandestine laboratories, producing illegal drugs, operate in California than in the other 49 states
com bined. Th e Clandestine L aboratory Enforcement Program (CLEP) serves as C alifornia’s lead unit in
the investigation and arrest of clandestine labo ratory operators. CLEP also assists local, federal, and state
law enforcem ent ag encies on cland estine laboratory investigations and enforcement. Th is program is
dedicated to locating and prosecu ting the operators of illicit laboratories and their chemical suppliers.
SERVICES
�
Provides coordination between law enforcement agencies involved in clandestine
laboratory investigations.
�
Provides analytical support in the way of link analysis, event flow analysis, and
telephone toll analysis on major clandestine lab investigations.
�
Provides laboratory safety certification classes, annual re-certification classes, and
supervisory certification classes to state, federal and local law enforcement and forensics
personnel.
�
Provides laboratory training and expertise nationwide.
�
Assists the Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) with expertise on clandestine
laboratory toxic waste rem oval.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement
Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement
Clandestine Laboratory Enforcement Program
P.O. Box 161089
Sacramento, CA 95816-1089
(916) 319-8458 (CALNET ) 479-8458
FAX: (916) 319-9450
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CLETS ADMINISTRATION SECTION
The CLETS A dministration Section (CAS) is responsible for the overall administrative management of
the C alifornia Law E nforcem ent Telecomm unications System (CL ETS), in accordance with California
Government Co de sections 15150 through 15167. The CAS provides administrative and technical
support to over 1,200 local, state, and federal law enforcement and criminal justice client agencies
regarding system changes, access authorizations, system security, and CLE TS law and policy
requirements.
SERVICES
•
Assigns mnemonics and authorizations for 56,000 devices accessing CLE TS. Processes
new, changed, and deleted m nemonics.
•
Coordinates the resolution of network problems with CLETS users and the O. J. “Bud”
Haw kins Data Center. Provides consultation and coordination of system changes.
•
Processes applications for new, upgraded, or special service.
•
Develops, distributes, and consults on the CLETS Operating Manual, the CLETS
Computer Interface Rules and Requirements, and the CLETS Policies, Practices and
Procedures.
•
Provides for the daily distribution of all system manuals relevant to data files accessed
through CLETS.
•
Assists agencies in misuse allegations, criminal/civil investigations, diagnostics, and
more regarding CLETS-provided data base file information by performing offline journal
searches, online security routines, and online monitoring of message traffic.
•
Coordinates requests from law enforcement agencies for Originating Agency Identifier
(OR I) num bers through the FB I/NCIC for the DO J control terminal officer.
•
Coordinates the interfacing of CLETS to CJIS, NCIC, NLETS, DMV , the state of
Oregon , and the state of N evada, including an All Poin ts Bulletin network service for all
DO J client agencies.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
CLETS A dministration Section
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3677 (CALNET ) 498-3677
FAX: (916) 227-0696
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COMMAND CENTER
The Com mand Center, within the Division of California Justice Information Services, provides expedited
criminal history information to law enforcement and other criminal justice agencies 24 hours a day, seven
days a week.
SERVICES
•
Provides expedited criminal history information to law enforcement and other criminal
justice agencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
•
Provides assistance to agencies experiencing problems with the Criminal Justice
Inform ation Sy stem (C JIS).
•
Provides an off-hour telephone hotline to receive information from the public on missing
children or dependent adults and forwards this information to appropriate law
enforcement agencies.
•
Provides off-hours telephone and data base assistance on Stolen Vehicles, Wanted
Persons, Child Abuse, Stolen Property, Firearms, Domestic Violence Restraining Order
file users, as well as performing liaison for Bureau of Narcotics Enforcement, Bureau of
Investigation, and the Laboratory Analysis offices statewide.
•
Provides liaison assistance between the Office of Emergency Services and Department of
Justice in the event of major disasters.
•
Provides access and assistance to the public on matters affecting registration for victims
of identity theft to the Identity Theft Database.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Information Expedite Program
Comm and Center
P. O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3244 (CALNET ) 498-3244
FAX: (916) 456-0351
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CONTROLLED CHEMICAL SUBSTANCE PROGRAM
Controlled ch emical substan ces are used by cland estine laboratory operators to manufacture illegal drugs.
The Controlled Chemical Substance Program (CCSP) is a regulatory and enforcement support program
under the direction of the Special Agent in Charge in the Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement. The program
operates as the state regulatory authority over businesses providing or receiving precursors controlled
chem ical substances as defined in H ealth and Safety Cod e Section s 11100 - 11 107.1, laboratory
glassware, apparatus, reagents and solvents.
SERVICES
�
Collects, rev iews and automates info rmation related to reporting requirements and permit
procedures and disseminates the information to law enforcement personnel throughout
the state.
�
Issues, denies and revokes Precursor Business Perm its.
�
Advises chemical manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers of regulatory and reporting
requirements, and conducts inspections.
�
Provides tactical, case-specific analytical assistance, including link analysis, telephone
toll analysis and other organization services in support of clandestine lab investigations.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement
Controlled Chemical Substance Program
P.O. Box 161089
Sacramento, CA 95816-1089
(916) 319-8464 (CALNET ) 479-8464
FAX: (916) 319-9450
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CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORDS
The Department’s criminal history system is a summ ary of arrests, dispositions and cu stodies for every
person w ith a California criminal record. The Departm ent also maintain s applicant records. Curren tly,
there are three types of records kept within the Department: manual records, automated records and
hybrid records. The D epartment maintain s these records an d disseminates record inform ation to
authorized criminal justice and applicant regulatory agencies. The Master Name Index (MNI) in the
Automated Criminal History System (ACHS) provides an index to all records - manual, hybrid and
automated.
SERVICES
•
Manual Records - These are typically all-applicant records or criminal records
established before the existence of the ACHS , and for which there has been no recent
activity. Each folder contains a typed rap sheet or compilation of that subject’s applicant
and/or crim inal activity. Even though the record is manual, the person’s name, State
Identification Num ber (SID), type of record (applicant or criminal), and certain personal
information are available on the ACHS. For manual records, the SID is preceded by the
letter “M” indicating the record is manual, and agencies need to contact the Command
Center at the Department of Justice at (916)227-3244 to obtain a copy of the record.
•
Automated Records - These are app licant and criminal records established subseq uent to
the implementation of the ACHS and contain the subject’s entire criminal and applicant
history. For automated records, the SID is preceded by an “A” to indicate the entire
record is automated.
•
Hyb rid (partially autom ated) Reco rds - These are applicant and criminal records
originally established as manual records, but any new activity has been recorded on the
ACHS. For hybrid records, the SID is preceded by a “H” to indicate the record is a
hybrid. A hybrid inquiry into the ACHS w ill show the subject’s most recent criminal and
applicant activity, with a notation that the record is only partially automated, and
instructions on how to obtain the manual portion of the record.
INQUIRIES
Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3400 (CALNET ) 498-3400
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE STATISTICS CENTER
Per C alifornia Penal C ode Sections 13010 - 1 301 2, the Crim inal Justice Statistics C enter (CJSC) is
responsible for providing a reliable set of statistics describing the nature and extent of crime and criminal
justice in California.
CJSC is com prised of the Statistical Data Center (SDC) and the Statistical Analysis Center (SAC).
The Statistical Data Center maintains statewide criminal justice statistical information collected from
more than 1,000 C alifornia law enforcem ent ag encies. SD C ev aluates, verifies, and ensures the integrity
of the data before providing it to the Statistical Analysis Center. Data collected include information on
crimes, arrests, homicide, arson, domestic violence-related calls for assistance, hate crimes, adult
probation, citizens complaints against peace officers, violent crimes committed against senior citizens,
death in custody, law enforcem ent personnel, juvenile court and pro bation, law enforcement officers
killed or assaulted, adult felony arrest dispositions, concealable weapons charges, and anti-reproductive
rights crime.
The Statistical Analysis Center is responsible for the dissemination, interpretation and analysis of the
criminal justice data that is collected by the SDC . Unit perso nnel seek to determine trends, formulate
projections, and evaluate the effectiveness of programs and policies. These analyses are offered in the
form of legislatively mandated publication s, special studies, or responses tailored to sp ecial requests.
Annual publications provide statistical profiles of criminal justice activities in each of California’s 58
counties and statewide analyses of crime and delinquency, homicide, hate crime, and concealable firearms
charges. In addition , a number of sp ecial studies are condu cted each year.
SERVICES
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Provides training to law enforcement agencies on how to report statistical data.
•
Provides statistical reporting audits to contributing agencies.
•
Provides interpretation and analysis of the criminal justice data through annual
pub lication s and a website: http://caag.state.ca.us/cjsc
•
Provides statistical data that is collected by CJS C upon request.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Information and Analysis Criminal Justice Statistics Center
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203-4270
[email protected]
Statistical Analysis Center
Special R equests
(916) 227-3509
Statistical Data Center
Uniform Crime Reporting
(916) 227-3564
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CRIMINAL RECORD PURGE
The Department of Justice established Criminal Record Purge activities in 1974 as a one-time project
designed to eliminate old and outdated records. The Department then became the first agency in the
United States to implement an ongoing criminal record retention and purge program. The policy, which
governs the purging of criminal records, was originally set by an inter-divisional committee on criminal
records, made up of various law enforcem ent officials and private citizens.
SERVICES
�
Review s vario us crim inal history records to implement the Department’s purge criteria.
Records identified with non-criminal inquiries, such as applicant fingerprint background
checks and record review requests, are routinely reviewed . If qualified, these records are
purged before a response is made. The Department’s purge criteria are listed below:
� All criminal records except those that have been sealed or contain specified
marijuana charges described below are retained by the Department until the subject
reaches the age of 100.
� Health and Safety Code Section 11361.5 requires destruction of certain marijuana
and marijuana-related entries within two years of the date of conviction or the date of
arrest if there was no conviction.
� Health and Safety Code Section 11361.5(b) requires the Department to remove
specified entries from its records upon application by the subject of the record. Any
person arrested or convicted for any of the charges specified in Health an d Safety
Code Section 11361.5(b) m ay petition the D epartment to destroy his/her reco rd.
Form B CII 8033 , “Application to Destroy Arrest/Conviction R ecords,” is available
from the Record M anagement Unit. Additionally, the Department is under court
order to remove these entries from any record prior to dissemination to any entity.
�
Notifies the FBI when specific arrests and/or entire records are purged from the
Department’s files.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Record Managem ent U nit
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-2405 (CALNET ) 498-2405
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CRIMINAL STREET GANGS AND ASIAN ORGANIZED CRIME The Criminal Intelligence Bureau gathers, analyzes, and maintains a statewide file of criminal intelligence
information on street gangs and Asian organized crime groups.
SERVICES
•
Assists local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies in identifying, investigating,
and prosecuting gang members and Asian organized crime figures involved in organized
criminal activities.
•
Prepares in-depth assessments and special reports for the agencies pertaining to the
organized criminal activities, trends, and patterns o f targeted groups, as w ell as their
potential for violence.
•
Provides both a point of contact and analytical services relative to the information
contained within the CAL /GAN G autom ated gang tracking system. CAL/GA NG is a
cooperative gang intelligence system between the Department of Justice and local law
enforcement agencies designed to provide information that identifies, as well as tracks,
the activities of gang members and their associates involved in criminal activity.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement
Criminal Intelligence Bureau
P.O. Box 160967
Sacramento, CA 95816-0967
(916) 227-1240 (CALNET ) 498-1240
FAX: (916) 227-1228
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DANGEROUS WEAPONS
The Firearms Division issues licenses and/or permits to persons to sell, transport, or possess tear gas
products for law enforcement, machine guns, assault weapons, destructive devices (including tear gas
weapons) and short-barreled rifles/shotguns, and conducts firearms eligibility reviews for explosive
permit applicants. A central file is maintained on each person or business granted or denied a
permit/license.
SERVICES
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Determines that all licenses and permits issued in C alifornia for m achine guns, assault
weapons, short-barreled rifles/shotguns, destructive devices, tear gas weapons, and
explosive permits meet established guidelines.
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Monitors licenses and permits to ensure the need exists for their continuation and that
licenses and permits are renewed annually.
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Provides information and assistance to criminal justice agencies, licensee and perm ittees,
applicants, and private citizens concerning California statutes and regulations on
dangerous weapons.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 227-3694 (CALNET ) 498-3694
FAX: (916) 227-3700
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DATA BASE AUDITS The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) have
established policies, standards and regulations to ensure the integrity of info rmation in their data bases.
As a result, the Data Base Audits Section (DBAS) is responsible for conducting biennial audits of
agencies that maintain and access information in NCIC and DO J’s Criminal Justice Information System
(CJIS).
The on-site audit consists of a review of agency supporting documentation, record keeping procedures
and compliance with CJIS and NCIC data base standards. It includes a comparison of selected online
data base entries maintained in the Stolen Vehicle, Stolen Boat, Autom ated Firearms, Wanted Persons,
Dom estic Violence Restraining Order System, and Missing Persons systems against the agency’s master
file. The record comparison process concentrates on invalid, inaccurate, incomplete, undocumented
records and reports not located. Through detection of errors and omissions in automated records and
securing corrections by the contributor, the quality of information in the data bases is improved; the risk
of inappropriate arrests or property seizures is diminished; and the apprehension and/or return of wanted
and missing persons is increased.
Court decisions have assigned liability to the originators of erroneous records, the recipients of the
records, and providers of law enforcement data bases. Courts have directed participants to ensure that the
information exchanged is accurate, complete, timely, and curren t. By improving the quality of records in
the various data bases, the audits reduce the risk of civil liab ility to federal and state providers o f the data
and to the agencies that use the data.
SERVICES
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Completes audits to ensure compliance with established policies, regulations and
procedures as they relate to CJIS and NCIC data base records.
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Reports findings of audits to the FBI/NCIC, the Department of Justice, and local agency
management.
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Recommends procedural changes in agency record keeping.
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Recom mends the need for data base training to agencies.
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Provides a listing of agency records for self-audit use.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Data Base Audits
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3754 (CALNET ) 498-3754
FAX: (916) 227-3774
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DEALER’S RECORD OF SALE
The Firearms Division processes individual sale/transfer reports of firearms to prevent the sale/transfer of
these weapons to prohibited purchasers. “Reports of Firearms” includes Dealers’ Record of Sale (DROS)
information voluntary registrations, new residents handgun reports, and curio/relic handgun reports.
SERVICES
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Provides information to licensed firearms dealers and others regarding
electronic/telephonic transmissions of Dealer’s Record of Sale (DROS) information.
�
Provides information on request, or in cooperation, with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,
and Firearms, to firearms d ealers and law enforcem ent ag encies concerning California
firearms statutes to prevent the sale/transfer of firearms to persons prohibited by Penal
Code Sections 12021, 12021.1, or Welfare and Institutions Code sections 8100 and 8103.
�
Provides information on the eligibility of prospective firearm purchasers/transfers.
�
Provides information on California firearms statutes to criminal justice agencies, mental
health facilities, the Legislature, the news media, and the general public.
�
Provides information on the dealer licensing requirements of Penal Code Sections 12070
and 12071.
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Provides certification of “no prohibitive criminal record” to non-sponsored candidates for
basic training courses certified by POST as required by Penal Code Section 13511.5.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
General Information:
(916) 263-4887 (CALNET ) 435-4887
Prohibited Pu rchaser Inform ation: (916) 227-3749 (CALNET ) 498-3749
FAX: (916) 227-3763
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESTRAINING ORDER SYSTEM (DVROS)
The Domestic V iolence R estraining O rder Sy stem (D VR OS) is a statewide database designed to store
information identify ing persons named in restraining orders. The DV RO S is accessible via the California
Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS) 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Information
in the DVRO S is used by law enforcement to identify persons named in restraining orders and to receive
the terms and conditions of the restraining orders. The DVR OS is accessed by the Department of Justice
(DOJ) Dealer Record of Sale (DROS) Denial Review Unit to process DROS documents for firearms
clearances. Penal Co de section 12021(g) prohib its any perso n identified as the subject of certain
restraining orders from possessing, owning, purchasing, or receiving firearms. The D VROS is also
accessed by our Superior Courts, district attorneys/city attorneys for information on
respondents/defendants.
The DV RO S became operational on February 4, 1991. Over the years, the types of restraining orders
mandated by law for entry into the system have increased from two to 12. On December 1, 1999, DOJ
com pleted an interface to allow the DVR OS to pro gram matically forw ard restrainin g ord er information to
the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Protection Order
File.
The DV ROS allows reported violations of restraining orders to be added to the existing restraining order
record in the DVRO S. On April 4, 2002, this enhancement became operational and is known as the
violation message. The violation message has been designed to allow law enforcement and criminal
justice agencies the capability to enter reported restraining order violations onto any record in the
DVROS.
The DV RO S was enhanced to include a history of records. Records will remain in the DV RO S history
file for five years after the date of expiration or cancellation. The DVR OS history file became operational
on May 22, 2003.
SERVICES
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Cond ucts statewide information seminars w ith law enforcement, courts, district attorneys’
offices, and victim/witness centers about the entry of information into the DVROS, the
various types of restraining orders, and new and proposed legislation concerning
domestic violence.
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Assists law enforcement agencies with entry and update transactions into DVROS.
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Provides a central repository of dom estic violence restraining ord ers and their possible
violations for rapid retrieval by law enforcement agencies.
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Provides information to the DRO S Den ial Review U nit for firearms clearance purpo ses.
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Notifies agencies if the subject of their DVROS record attempts to purchase a firearm.
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Condu cts special searches of the DVR OS for law enforcem ent.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Dom estic Violence Restraining Order System
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-6418 (CALNET ) 4 98-6418
FAX: (916) 227-3774
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ELECTRONIC RECORDING DELIVERY SYSTEM
Assembly Bill 578, chaptered September 21, 2004, added to the Government Code, Chapter 6, Section
27390 through 27399, establishes the Electronic Recording Delivery Act (ERDA ). This bill is to take
effect immediately as an urgency statute. This Act authorizes a county recorder, upon approval by
resolution of the board of supervisors and system certification by the Attorney General, to establish an
electronic recording delivery system for the delivery for recording of specified digitized and digital
electronic records, subject to specified conditions, including certification, regulation, and oversight by the
Attorney G eneral. It would authorize a co unty recorder to include in its electronic recording delivery
system a secure method for accepting for recording a digital or digitized electronic record that is an
instrument of reconveyance, substitution of trustee, or assignment of deed of trust, subject to specified
conditions.
SERVICES
This program is currently being established.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Operation Support Bureau
Electronic Recording Delivery System
P.O. Box 903427
(916) 227-3755 (CALNET ) 498-3755
FAX: (916) 227-3658
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EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER
The Em ergency Operations Center (EO C) is activated by the EOC Coordinator when disaster, civil
disturbances, or major emergencies threaten public safety or Department of Justice (DOJ) facilities. The
EOC coordinates the use of DOJ personnel and materials 24 hours a day. The Command Center and
Teletype Unit become the DOJ’s emergency message center. The EOC ’s main responsibility is to keep
the Attorney General informed of threats to public safety during such times and to support the Office of
Emergency Services and local law enforcement in the affected area(s). The Com mand Center staff
provide a vital link between the EOC and law enforcement agencies during emergen cies.
SERVICES
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Coordinates DOJ em ergency responses with local agencies, 24 hou rs a day, seven days a
week.
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Coordinates and maintains liaison with the Office of Emergency Services (OES) during
all major statewide disasters.
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Coordinates with OES for DOJ services or equipment du ring emergencies.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Information Expedite Program
Emergency O perations Center
Attention : EOC C oordinator
P. O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3244 (CALNET ) 498-3244
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FIELD OPERATIONS PROGRAM
The Field Operations Section provides training and technical assistance for users of the California Law
Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS), Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS), the
National Crime Information Center (NCIC), the Oregon Law Enforcement Data System (LEDS), and the
California Department of M otor Vehicles (DM V) files.
SERVICES
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Develops communications in a liaison capacity to California criminal justice agencies for
matters pertaining to the Department’s Information Bulletins, the impact of proposed or
enacted legislation, and changes in policies and/or reporting requirements.
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Coordinates the Attorney General Zone meetings and awards program.
•
Coordinates the Governor’s Public Safety Medal of Valor Review Board meetings and
award cerem onies.
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Conducts CLE TS/CJIS training at police and sheriffs’ academies, regional criminal
justice training centers, and individual law enforcem ent agencies.
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Acts as a consultant to law enforcement/criminal justice agencies which are planning,
implemen ting, or modifying automated criminal justice systems.
•
Con ducts C LETS term inal inspections to determine compliance w ith CLETS/NCIC
operating policies, practices and procedures.
•
Disseminates information to clients on revised procedures, policies, rules, and regulations
that affect CLETS/CJIS and the NCIC.
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Trains law enforcement/criminal justice agencies on the submission of fingerprints to the
Departm ent of Justice (DOJ) and their areas of responsibility for the handling , security
and destruction o f Criminal Offender R ecord Information (CO RI).
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Trains law enforcem ent/criminal justice agencies on the interpretation of rap sheets,
subm ission of fing erprints, reporting of arrests an d dispo sitions to DOJ, N CIC
requirements and C JIS data bases.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
CJIS Operation Support Bureau
Field Operations Program
P.O. Box 903427
(916) 227-3755 (CALNET ) 498-3755
FAX: (916) 227-3658
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FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS/MONEY LAUNDERING
The Financial Investigations Program provides coordination, training, information, and investigative
assistance to departmental and other state and local law enforcement agencies involved in money
laundering, financial investigations, and asset forfeiture activities. This program includes a headquarters
element and agents and investigative auditors assigned to financial investigation/money laundering duties
in the nine Bureau o f Narcotic Enforcem ent (BNE ) regional offices.
The program carries out the DOJ responsibilities under state money laundering and currency transaction
reporting statutes that became effective January 1, 1987.
SERVICES
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Collects and analyzes reports submitted by California financial institutions, including
card clubs, of cash transactions exceeding $10,000 and reports possible money
laundering violations to appropriate criminal justice agencies.
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Responds to requests for financial information from state and local law enforcement
agencies involved in m oney laundering, narcotic, and financial investigations.
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Serv es as the state/local coordinator for state and local law enforcem ent ag ency requests
for information from the U.S. Department of Treasury Financial Crimes Enforcement
Network (FinCEN); and assists these agencies in obtaining a variety of information from
FinCE N’s financial, comm ercial and law enforcement data banks.
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Conducts field audits, investigations, and training relative to violations of the money
laundering statute and/or reporting requiremen ts.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement
Financial Investigations Program
P.O. Box 161089
Sacramento, CA 95816-1089
(916) 319-8460 (CALNET ) 479-8460
FAX: (916) 319-9446
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FINGERPRINT ROLLING CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
California Penal Code Section 11102.1 requires the Department of Justice to implement and maintain the
Fingerprint Rolling Certification Program. Any individual interested in rolling application fingerprint
impressions for licensure, certification, or employment purposes must be certified through the Department
of Justice, Fingerprint Rolling Certification Program. The certification process includes a state and
federal level criminal offender record information background check to ensure that the applicant has not
been convicted of any felony offense or any other offense that involves moral turpitude, dishonesty, or
fraud. Applicants are required to pay a fee of $8 1.00 for the certification process.
SERVICES
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Provides pre-certification packets to individuals interested in applying to become
certified fingerprint rollers, and provides information regarding requirements for
certification. Individuals are directed to the Attorney General website for additional
information (h ttp://caag.state.ca.us/fingerprin ts/finger_cert.htm ).
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Processes incoming applicatio ns, and reviews criminal history information to determine if
an individual meets the criteria to be certified.
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Issues certifications to qualified applicants to become fingerprint rollers pursuant to Penal
Code Section 11102.1, or issue a denial letter.
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Maintains and provides the pre-certification packet which consists of the Application
form (BCIA 8372), Request for Live Scan Service form (BCII8016), and the Fingerprint
Rolling Certification Program Reference Handbook.
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Maintains an off-line, statewide file of certified fingerprint rollers.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice Division of Criminal Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Fingerprint Rolling Certification Program P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-6420 (CALNET ) 498-6420
FAX: (916) 227-3774
Website- [email protected]
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FIREARMS DEALER INSPECTIONS The Firearms Division inspects firearms dealers’ places of business to ensure compliance with firearms
licensing provisions.
SERVICES
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Cond ucts on-site inspections of firearms dealers’ places of business, reviews dealers’
records, presents “technical assistance” reports and, if necessary, refers violations to local
licensing and/or law enforcem ent authorities.
�
Provides information to firearms dealers, law enforcement agencies, and others regarding
inspection procedures and fees.
�
Provides inspection statistics to the news media, law enforcement, the general public, and
the Legislature.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 263-4887 (CALNET ) 435-4887
FAX: (916) 274-8992
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FIREARM ELIGIBILITY APPLICATIONS
The Firearms Division assesses firearm eligibility of all peace officer applicants and Department
of Consumer A ffairs’ Firearm Qualification Card applicants.
SERVICES
�
Provides firearm eligibility information on all peace officer applicants.
•
Provides firearm eligibility information on all Firearm Qualification Card applicants.
•
Provides firearm eligibility statistics to the news media and the Legislature.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 263-4887 (CALNET ) 435-4887
FAX: (916) 274-5992
Prohibited Applicant Information
(916) 227-3749 (CALNET ) 498-3749
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FIREARMS MANUFACTURER LICENSES AND INSPECTIONS
The Firearms Division issues licenses to firearms manufacturers and inspects manufacturers’ places of
business to ensure com pliance w ith firearms m anufacturer licensing provisions and statutory
requirements.
SERVICES
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Determines that all licenses issued in California for firearms manufacturers meet
established guidelines.
�
Conducts on-site inspections of firearms manufacturers’ places of business, reviews
records, presents “technical assistance” reports and, if necessary, refers violations to local
licensing and/or law enforcem ent authorities.
�
Provides inform ation to firearm s manufacturers, law enforcement agencies, and others
regarding licensing and inspection procedures and fees.
�
Provides statistics to the news media, law enforcement, the general public, and the
Legislature.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, California 94203-0200
(916) 263-48873 (CALNET ) 435-4887
FAX: (916) 274-5992
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FORENSIC SERVICES
The Bureau of Forensic Services maintains a statewide laboratory system to provide timely and effective
forensic services to state and local law enforcement agencies, district attorneys, public defenders, and
courts.
SERVICES
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California C riminalistics Institute (CC I)- Serves the needs of all public criminalistics
laboratories in forensic training, information services, law enforcement briefings, and
new technology applications.
•
Crim inalistics Laboratories- Provides complete examination of all types of physical
evidence; analyzes and identifies controlled substances; conducts blood alcohol analyses;
offers expert testimony in court; and provides assistance where requested to agencies
processing crime scenes.
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DNA Laboratory- Focuses on the forensic application of DNA typing; analyzes
evidence for local agencies; conducts research to advance DNA typing; maintains CAL­
DNA identification file of DNA profiles of convicted sex offenders; maintains missing
persons DNA Data Bank Program which includes the analysis of human remains; and
maintains a post-conviction DNA testing program.
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Latent Print Section- Assists in major crime scene investigations for latent print
evidence; provides requesting agencies with reports covering all aspects of examinations,
comparisons, and disposition of evidence; and provides expert court testimony.
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Qu estioned Docum ents Section- Analyzes, compares, examines, and identifies
handwriting, mechanical impressions, and chemical properties of paper; develops
evidence; and offers expert testim ony in court.
•
Tox icology - Condu cts analyses of physiological specimens for com mon dru gs and toxic
substances encountered in driving under the influence (DUI) investigations; provides
consultation and interpretation of toxicological results; and may conduct toxicological
analyses in oth er than DUI investigations on special request.
INQUIRIES
Inquiries for assistance m ay be directed to the Dep artment of Justice Regional Criminalistics Laboratory
in your service area or the appropriate Special Forensic Section listed on the following pages.
BFS H eadquarters
110 2 Q Street, 6 th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 319-9365 (CALNET ) 479-9365
FAX: (916) 319-9430
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Central Valley Criminalistics Laboratory
1306 Hu ges Road
Ripon, CA 95366
(209) 599-1400
FAX: (209) 599-1240
Counties served: Calaveras, San Joaquin, Merced, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne.
Chico Criminalistics Laboratory
3870 M orrow Lane, Suite A
Chico, CA 95928
(530) 895-5024 (CALNET ) 459-5024
FAX: (530) 895-4657
Counties served: Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Plumas, Sierra, Sutter, and Yuba.
Eureka C riminalistics Laboratory
1011 W est Wabash
Eureka, CA 95501
(707) 445-6682 (CALNET ) 538-6682
FAX: (707) 445-6688
Counties served: Del Norte, Humboldt, and Mendocino.
Freedom Criminalistics Laboratory
440 Airport Boulevard, Bldg. A
Watsonville, CA 95076
(831) 761-7620
FAX: (831) 761-7629
Counties served: Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz
Fresno Criminalistics Laboratory
5311 North Woodrow
Fresno, CA 93740
(559) 294-4000
FAX: (559) 294-6492
Counties served: Fresno, Inyo, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Mono, and Tulare.
Redding C riminalistics Laboratory
117 45 O ld Oregon Trail
Redding, CA 96003
(530) 225-2830 (CALNET ) 442-2830
FAX: (530) 241-8409
Counties served: Lassen, Modoc, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama, and Trinity.
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Riverside Criminalistics Laboratory
7425 Mission Blvd.
Riverside, CA 92509
(951) 361-5000
FAX: (951) 361-5010
Counties served: Imperial and Riverside.
Sacramen to Criminalistics Laboratory
4949 Broadway, Room F-201
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-3777 (CALNET ) 498-3777
FAX: (916) 227-3776
Counties served: A lpine, Am ador, El D orado,
Nevada, Placer, Solano, and Yolo.
Santa Barba ra Criminalistics Laboratory
6190 Botello Road
Goleta, CA 93117
(805) 681-2580
FAX: (805) 964-1034
Counties served: San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara.
Santa Rosa C riminalistics Laboratory
7505 Sonom a Highway
Santa Rosa, CA 95409-6598
(707) 576-2415 (CALNET ) 590-2415
FAX: (707) 576-2141
Counties served: Lake, Marin, Napa, and Sonoma.
DUI/ EPAS Program
4949 Broadway, F-104
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-5610 (CALNET ) 498-5610
FAX: (916) 227-3619
California C riminalistics Institute
4949 Broadway, Room A-104
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-3575 (CALNET ) 498-3575
FAX: (916) 227-5433
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Latent Print Program
4949 Broadway, Room F-163
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-3797 (CALNET ) 498-3797
FAX: (916) 227-4079
Questioned Documents Section
4949 Broadway, Room F-147
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-3623 (CALNET ) 498-3623
FAX: (916) 227-4079
Richmond DNA
1001 Cutting Blvd., Ste 110
Richmond, CA 94804
(510) 620-3300
FAX: (510) 231-8744
Toxicology Labo ratory
4949 Broadway, Room F-249
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-3620 (CALNET ) 498-3620
FAX: (916) 227-4751
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GAMBLING CONTROL
The Division of Gambling Control regulates legal gambling activities in California to ensure that gaming
is conducted honestly, competitively and free from criminal and corruptive elements and in compliance
with the State Gam bling Control Act. The Division’s responsibilities fall into two general categories:
licensing/compliance and enforcement. Licensing staff investigate the qualifications of individuals who
apply for state gambling licenses to determine whether they are suitable for licensure. This includes
cardroom owners and key em ploy ees. Compliance and Enforcem ent Special Agents establish a field
presence and monitor gambling operations to ensure they are in compliance with the law bringing
unsuitable persons to the attention of the Gambling Control Commission to assure they are not permitted
to associate with gambling activities.
In M arch 2000, the California voters passed Proposition 1A perm itting C lass III gaming on Tribal land.
While the Tribe maintains the primary responsibility for onsite regulation, the State is responsible for
ensuring compliance with all aspects of the Tribal/State compact, including ensuring all slot machines
meet established technical standards.
SERVICES
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Implements routine inspections of gambling operations.
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Targets non-compliant gambling establishments.
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Investigates suspected violations of the Gambling Control Act, and other related laws.
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Ensures the immediate preservation of the public health, safety, and welfare.
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Investigates complaints lodged against licensees or other persons associated with a
gambling operation.
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Coordinates multi-jurisdictional criminal investigations involving gambling
establishments with local, state, and federal agencies.
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Examines gambling equipment, audit papers, books and records of the gambling
establishment, or any premises where gambling equipment is manufactured, sold, or
distributed.
INQUIRIES
Department of Justice
Division of Gambling Control
142 5 River Park D rive, Suite 400
Sacramento, CA 95815-4509
P.O. Box 168024
Sacramento, CA 95816-8024
(916) 263-3408 (CALNET ) 435-3408
FAX: (916) 263-3403
Website - [email protected]
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HANDGUN SAFETY CERTIFICATION
(formerly BASIC FIREARMS SAFETY CERTIFICATE)
The Handgun Safety Certificatio n (HSC) Program replaces the existing B asic Firearm s Safety C ertificate
(BFSC) Program. The H SC Program requires purchasers of handguns to successfully complete a written
test showing a basic familiarity with various aspects of firearms safety, including safe handling, storage,
and other responsibilities associated with the ownership of firearms prior to taking possession of a
handgun. Increased firearms dealer responsibilities include the requirement that han dgu n recipients
successfully complete a safe handling demonstration before a handgun is delivered; obtain each firearms
purchaser’s right thumb print on the Dealer Record of Sale (DRO S) form; obtain electronically from the
magnetic strip on the purchaser’s driver’s license or identification the purchaser’s name, date of birth and
driver’s license or identification number; and to report all DRO S transactions.
SERVICES
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Trains and certifies instructors, course providers/courses, and conducts compliance
audits.
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Respon ds to referrals regarding com pliance violations discovered through inspections.
•
Provides inform ation to firearm s dealers, instructors, course providers, and others
regarding program policies and procedures.
•
Provides materials necessary to participate in the program to instructors and course
providers.
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Provides HSC statistics to the news media, the general public, and the Legislature.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 227-53623 (CALNET ) 498-5362
FAX: (916) 227-3700
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INTERNET/INTRANET/EXTRANET SERVICES
The Internet/Intranet/Extranet Services Units coordinate and administer the California Attorney General
Internet Homepage (http://caag.state.ca.us), the California Department of Justice Intranet, and the
California Department of Justice Extranet. These sites are developed to pro vide timely, accurate
information to departmental employ ees, state and local law enforcem ent ag encies, district attorn eys,
other criminal justice agencies, and the public.
SERVICES
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Ensures the Department of Justice web pages are maintained and available.
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Develops standards an d guidelines for web development an d deploy ment.
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Provides/coordinates resolution relative to problems with the California Attorney General
sites.
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Develops web-based applications in support of departmental and law enforcement
activities.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Application Development Bureau
Criminal Justice Information Services Section
P.O. Box 903307
Sacramento, CA 94203-3070
(916) 227-3010 (CALNET ) 498-3010
-or­
(916) 227-3311 (CALNET ) 498-3111
FAX: (916) 227-3128
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INVESTIGATIONS
The California Bureau of Investigation conducts criminal and special investigations and provides
investigative assistance to law enforcement agencies in complex or multi-jurisdictional cases or cases
invo lving conflicts of in terest.
SERVICES
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Conducts special investigations within established guidelines as directed by the Attorney
General or up on the app roved request of the Governor, the Legislature, and other state
agencies.
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Cond ucts criminal investigations or provides investigative assistance to district attorneys,
sheriffs, or chiefs of police in investigations of a complex or multi-jurisdictional nature,
and cases involving conflicts of in terest.
•
The California Witness Protection Program (CW PP) is responsible for reimbursing
California District Attorneys on a case-by-case basis for specific costs incurred for the
protection and relocation of witnesses in certain criminal proceedings.
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The Violent Crime Profiling Unit provides local law enforcement with behavioral
characteristic profiles of unidentified offenders. These offender profiles are prepared on
crimes such as hom icides, sexual assaults, and abductions.
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The Polygraph Un it performs polygraph examinations of subjects in criminal
investigations for prosecutors an d law enforcem ent ag encies at the city, county, and state
levels; prepares reports; and may, on request, testify in court.
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Provides Sexual Predator Apprehension Teams (SPAT) to conduct investigations of
habitual sex offenders and provide statewide assistance to local law enforcement and
district attorneys in these cases.
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The Foreign Prosecution Unit provides a statewide coordination and leadership program
to pro secute M exican citizens w ho commit violent crimes and have fled to M exico to
avoid prosecution.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement
P.O. Box 163029
Sacramento, CA 95816-3029
(916) 319-9070 (CALNET ) 479-9070
FAX (916) 319-9433
Polygraph Section
3046 Prospect Park Drive, Suite 1
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
(916) 464-2001 (CALNET ) 433-2001
FAX: (916) 464-0889
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California Bureau of Investigation Regional Offices
Fresno
1735 “E” Street
Fresno, CA 93706
(559) 457-5030
FAX (559) 445-5386
Counties served: Fresno, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, and Tulare.
Los Ang eles
5700 S. Eastern Avenue
Commerce, CA 90040
(323) 869-3400
FAX (323) 869-3444
Counties served: Los Angeles, Orange, Santa Barbara, and Ventura.
Sacram ento
3046 Prospect Park Drive, Suite 1
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
(916) 464-2001 (CALNET ) 433-2001
FAX (916) 464-0889
Counties served: A lpine, Am ador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Glen n, Humbold t,
Lassen, M odoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacram ento, San Joaquin, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Stanislaus,
Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tuolumne, Yolo, and Yuba.
San Diego
9425 Chesapeake Drive
San Diego, CA 93123
(858) 268-5400 (CALNET ) 734-5400
FAX: (858) 268-5333
Counties served: Imperial, and San Diego
San Francisco
2720 Taylor Street, Room 300
San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 351-3166
FAX (415) 959-2135
Counties served: Alameda, Contra Costa, Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Monterey, Napa, San Benito,
San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, and Sonoma.
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INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT/CRIME ANALYSIS UNIT
The Investigative Support/Crime Analysis Unit assists law enforcement agencies (LEAs) by providing
criminal investigative analysis of unsolved violent crim es (i.e., ho micide, kidnaping , and sexual assault)
to link crimes and identify suspects.
SERVICES
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Offers a single point of contact for LEAs to request criminal investigative an alysis
services from the Department of Justice (DOJ) involving unsolved violent crimes.
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Collects, enters, and maintains case specific “modus operandi (MO)” information in the
Violent Crime Information Network (VCIN) that is associated with unsolved violent
crimes reported to DO J by LE A investigators.
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Condu cts searches of V CIN and other law enforcem ent an d public record data bases to
analyze and co rrelate information submitted on current investigations against case
information (both solved and unsolved) reported by other jurisdictions for the purpo se of
identifying sim ilarities in perpetrator MO.
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Contacts LEAs to notify violent crime investigators of possible multi-jurisdictional
“links” between crimes and provides available MO and suspect information.
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Analyzes and compiles case information into a variety of analysis tools and visual aids,
such as suspect time lines, crime matrixes, and incident maps to assist during
investigation or prosecution.
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Publishes Un solved Crime Bulletins for dissemination to other LEA s or posts to DOJ’s
Internet website for viewing by the public. (www .ag.ac.gov/unsolved)
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Violent Crime Information Center
Investigative Services Program
Investigative Supp ort/Crime Analysis Un it
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-4736 (CALNET ) 498-4736
FAX: (916) 227-3663
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KEEPER OF THE RECORDS
This section provides expert testimony an d certifies documents from the state criminal history record
files.
SERVICES
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Prepares certification letters and affidavits in response to requests from law
enforcement agencies, district attorneys or subpoenas issued in state, federal, and local
criminal court cases.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Justice Inform ation and Analysis
Comm unications Adm inistration Program
P. O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3460 (CALNET ) 498-3460
FAX: (916) 227-4815
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LIBRARY
The California Criminalistics Institute (C CI) F orensic Library , which is part of B ureau of F orensic
Services (BFS), Division of Law Enforcement (DLE), is a vital forensic information resource for the BFS,
CC I, pub lic crime labo ratories, and law enforcem ent ag encies thro ugh out C alifornia. The CC I Forensic
Library also serves as a prem ier repository and clearinghouse of forensic informatio n fo r the State's
foren sic comm unity .
The CCI Forensic Library's collection consists of more than forty-four thousand (44,000) circulating
books, reports, and videos in such diverse areas as: serology, toxicology, latent prints, trace evidence,
questioned documents, quality assurance, microscopy, arson/explosive, controlled substances, crime
scene investigation, courtroom testimony, and forensic medicine. The library also subscribes to more than
60 fo rensic science related journals.
SERVICES
The CC I's Forensic L ibrary works to prov ide the following serv ices to its mandated clients:
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A core collectio n of b ook s, videos, and journals in the area of forensic science,
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Online Library Card Catalog (SHE RLOC K),
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In-depth research and reference services,
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Current A wareness Services and Selective D issem ination of Information,
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Interlibrary loan services and document delivery.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement
Bureau of Forensic Services
CC I Forensic Library
4949 Broadway, Room A107
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-5995 (CALNET ) 498-5995
http://ag.ca.g ov/cci/index.htm
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LIVE SCAN REVENUE, COLLECTION AND STATISTICAL UNIT
The Live Scan R evenue, Collection and Statistical Unit ensures that applicant ag encies are accurately
billed for electronic requests for Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) made to the Department
of Justice.
SERVICES
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Provides a billing applicatio n or contract to autho rized applicant agencies.
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Assigns a billing account number for applicant agencies to use when requesting CO RI electronically. •
Bills applicant agencies monthly for the assigned billing account num ber.
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Provides applicant agencies, either by electronic mail or facsimile, a billing
detail listing the name, fees and live scan site utilized for their specific
applicant.
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Processes credit requests for applicant fingerprint fees w hen an incorrect
billing account num ber has been entered at the live scan site and re-bills
the appropriate agency.
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Acts as a liaison to applicant agencies and answers all questions regarding
the live scan billing procedures and processes.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Live Scan R evenue, Collection and Statistical Unit
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3870 (CALNET ) 498-3870
FAX: (916) 227-1149
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MARIJUANA ERADICATION
The Campaign Against Marijuana Planting (CAM P) program is a unique multi-agency law enforcement
task fo rce composed of city, county, state, and federal agencies org anized ex pressly to eradicate
marijuana cultivation and trafficking in California. The CAMP task force provides leadership and
resources to these agencies in an effort to identify and remove major marijuana crops, commercial
growers, and traffickers.
SERVICES
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Coordinates multi-jurisdictional marijuana eradication programs, which include
reconnaissance overflights, raid team services, marijuana garden surveillance services,
and training.
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Provides information and education on the extent and nature of marijuana cultivation
throughout the state.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement
Campaign Against Marijuana Planting
3046 Prospect Park Drive, Suite 1
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
(916) 464-2020 (CALNET ) 433-2020
FAX: (916) 464-2026
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MEGAN’S LAW
The M egan’s L aw notification process is m aintain ed by the Sex Offend er Tracking Program (SO TP).
California’s Megan’s Law (Penal Code section 290 and 290.4) makes information regarding serious and
high-risk sex offenders available to the public via electronic medium, “900” telephone services, and
pub lic notification by local law enforcem ent ag encies.
SERVICES
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Maintains the Megan’s Law Web Application.
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Provides M egan’s Law information to law enforcem ent agencies.
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Conducts training for law enforcement agencies regarding Megan’s Law.
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Reviews sex offender records for high-risk sex offender eligibility.
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Provides technical assistance to agencies for use of the Megan’s Law Web Application.
•
Provides assistance and guidance to law enforcem ent ag encies regarding public
notification of serious and high-risk sex offenders.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Violent Crime Information Center
Megan’s Law
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-4526 (CALNET ) 498-4526
FAX: (916) 227-4345
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MISSING AND UNIDENTIFIED PERSONS UN IT
The Missing and Unidentified Persons Unit maintains a central file of physical descriptors, including
dental charts and photographs of missing persons (Penal Code sections 14200 - 14213), and unidentified
deceased perso ns (Health and Safety Cod e section 102870).
SERVICES
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Provides local agencies with direct access to an automated statewide central repository of
records of missing and unidentified persons.
•
Assists agencies in locating and recovering missing persons and identifying unknown live
and deceased persons through comparison of physical characteristics, fingerprints, and
dental/body x-rays.
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Assists law enforcemen t in identifying victims in major disasters and homicide cases.
•
Coordinates with law enforcement agencies and coroners to facilitate the exchange of
information.
•
Conducts special searches of the automated data bases to assist law enforcement agencies
in missing and un identified persons investigations.
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Operates a nationwide, 24 hour, toll-free telephone hotline (1-800-222-FIND) to receive
information on missing children and dependent adults. This inform ation is transmitted to
the appropriate law enforcem ent agencies.
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Provides technical assistance for system use to all law enforcement agencies.
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Publishes and distributes posters and quarterly bulletins featuring missing children and
dependent adults.
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Maintains the Missing Persons Website to generate “tips” on the whereabouts of
California’s m issing perso ns. (www .ag.ca.gov/missing)
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Provides assistance to agencies outside California in the area of missing persons.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Violent Crime Information Center
Missing and Unidentified Persons U nit
P. O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3290 (CALNET ) 498-3290
FAX: (916) 227-3270
[email protected]
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NARCOTIC ENFORCEMENT
The Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement (BNE) provides leadership, coordination, and support to law
enforcement agencies in combating drugs, illegal weapons, and violent crime in California. Bureau
services are geared toward arresting and prosecuting major narcotic dealers, clandestine drug
manufacturers, violators of prescription drug laws, and career criminals. BNE accomplishes this by
conducting investigations of interstate, multi-jurisdictional criminal organization s trafficking in
narcotics/controlled substances; conducting investigations of clandestine drug laboratories; monitoring
and investigating persons licensed to dispense drugs; and investigating violent career criminals who
comm it violent crimes or utilize illegal weapo ns.
SERVICES
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Coordinates and manages multi-jurisdictional and multi-agency narcotic enforcement
task fo rces.
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Investigates major conspiracies and interstate multi-jurisdictional traffickers.
•
Investigates licensed violators of the medical and pharmaceutical professions.
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Investigates clandestine laboratory operations and regulates precursor chem icals.
•
Provides consultation and short-term agent support in specific narcotic enforcement
cases.
•
Condu cts financial investigations of drug dealers to seize assets gained thro ugh narcotic
trafficking.
•
Conducts investigations and assists law enforcement agencies with targeting, identifying,
and apprehendin g violent criminals and rem ovin g their weapons from the com munity.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement
Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement
P. O. Box 161089
Sacramento, CA 95816-1089
(916) 319-8292 (CALNET ) 479-8292
FAX: (916) 319-9444
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NARCOTIC ENFORCEMENT REGIONAL OFFICES
Fresno Regional Office
1735 E Street
Fresno, CA 93706
(559) 457-5000
FAX: (559) 445-5418
Counties served: Fresno, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, and Tulare.
Los Ang eles Regional Office
5700 South Eastern Avenue
Commerce, CA 90040
(323) 869-8600
FAX: (323) 838-2800
Counties served: Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura.
Orange R egional Office
874 Town & C ountry Road, Suite 110
Orange, CA 92668
(714) 558-4183 (CALNET ) 657-4183
FAX: (714) 558-4782
County served: Orange
Redding R egional Office
3688 Av tech Parkway
Redding, CA 96002
(530) 224-4750 (CALNET ) 441-4750
FAX: (530) 224-4310
Counties served: Del Norte, Glenn, Humboldt, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama, and
Trinity.
Riverside Regional Office
4200 Latham A venue, Suite D
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 782-4313 (CALNET ) 632-4313
FAX: (951) 782-4383
Counties served: Riverside, and San Bernardino.
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NARCOTIC ENFORCEMENT REGIONAL OFFICES
Sacramen to Regional Office
3046 Prospect Park Drive, Suite 1
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
(916) 464-2030 (CALNET ) 433-2030
FAX: (916) 464-2058
Counties served: Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, San
Joaquin, Sierra, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tuolumne, Yolo, and Yuba.
San Diego R egional Office
9425 Chesapeake Drive
San Diego, CA 93123
(858) 268-5300 (CALNET ) 734-5300
FAX: (858) 268-5333
Counties served: Imperial, San Diego
San Francisco Regional Office
2720 Taylor Street, Suite 300
San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 351-3374
FAX: (415) 929-2102
Counties served: Southern Alameda, Contra Costa, Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, San Francisco,
Solano, and Sonoma.
San Jose Regional O ffice
2025 Gateway Place, Suite 474
San Jose, CA 95110
(408) 452-7360 (CALNET ) 570-7360
FAX: (408) 452-7285
Counties served: Mon terey, San Benito, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, and Southern Alameda.
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NARCOTIC INTELLIGENCE
The Western States Information Network (WSIN) responds to the needs of its member law enforcement
agencies located in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington by providing a broad range of
criminal intelligence information and analytical products and services in support of gang, narcotic, and
terrorism related criminal investigations and prosecutions.
WSIN is committed to providing the most secure, accurate, and timely criminal intelligence and
assistance to its member agencies to enhance the investigation, arrest, prosecution, and conviction of
criminal offenders.
SERVICES
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WSIN enhances officer and comm unity safety by prov iding timely and accurate
information on a real-time basis, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
•
Participating agencies are encouraged to notify W SIN of field operations enabling W SIN
to provide notification when operations condu cted by various agencies are in close
proximity or have com mon targets.
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Provides tactical and strategic analysis to law enforcement agencies through a variety of
analytical and charting services in support of investigations and prosecutions. These
include link analysis, telephone toll analysis, visual investigative analysis, and event flow
charts; all of which are useful case m anagem ent tools for developing investigative leads.
•
Collects, analyzes, and disseminates narcotic intelligence information on gangs,
terrorism, clandestine laboratory operations, and drug assessmen ts and trends.
•
Prep ares and dissem inates the following publications: Qu arterly Intelligence Digest,
Illegal Drug Price & Purity Guide, Task Force Directory, and v arious special reports.
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Maintains a Hell’s Angels Mugb ook containing information submitted by California law
enforcement agencies
•
Develops, maintain s, and prov ides various specialized analytical databases to assist in
law enforcem ent investigations and prosecutions.
•
Provides sophisticated, secure, state-of-the-art technology using the Statewide
Investigative Networking System (SINS) and the RISS.NET, a secure communication
system to service the needs of law enforcement agencies.
•
Provides surveillance equipm ent and technical support of investigations.
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Provides investigative funds to its members if the agency has insufficient funds to pursue
an investigation, if the case is a m ulti-jurisdictional narcotics enforcement effort, or if
funding is unavailable from other sources.
INQUIRIES
Western States Information N etwork
P.O. Box 903198
Sacramento, CA 94203-1980
(916) 263-1166 (CALNET ) 435-1166
(800) 952-5258 FAX: (916) 263-1180
W estern States Information Network Regional Offices
Los A ngeles County R egional Criminal Inform ation Clearinghou se
5700 Eastern Avenue
Commerce, CA 90040
(323) 89 0-0001 Analytical Unit
FA X: (323) 890-0901 A nalytical Unit
1-800-LA-CLEAR (1-800-522-5327) War Room
FAX: (323) 726-3161 or (323) 869-2566 War Room
San Diego/Imp erial County Regional Narcotic Information Network
4560 View Ridge Avenue
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 616-4154
(800) 400-9559
FAX : (858) 616-4150 Watch Center
(858) 616-4133 A nalytical Unit
Northwest High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area
555 Andover Parkway, Suite 201
Tukila, Washington 98188
(888) 388-3784
FAX: (206) 352-3696
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NARCOTIC PRESCRIPTION INFORMATION
The Con trolled Substances Utilization R eview and E valuation System (CU RES) Program administers
California’s prescription monitoring system, which is designed to prevent legal supplies of morphinebased drugs, amphetamines, barbiturates, and other controlled substances from being diverted into illegal
channels. The program regulates and monitors the distribution of Schedule II and III controlled
substances through the use of tamper resistant prescription forms and the operation of the CURES.
SERVICES
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Searches the automated records of all Scheduled II and III controlled substance
transactions in CURE S. Data elements available include the date written or dispensed;
DEA num ber, name, and address of prescriber; name, date of birth, and address of
patient; drug names; strength; quantities; and name, address, and permit number of the
pharmacy.
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Provides support to law enforcem ent ag encies thro ugh the identification of ind ividu als
engaging in the diversion of legitimately manufactured Schedule II and III controlled
substances into illicit markets.
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Provides law enforcement personnel with accessibility to records needed to obtain search
and arrest warrants.
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Provide patien t activity reports (PA R) to licensed healthcare providers and pharm acists.
A PAR is a CURES report reflecting the Schedule II and III controlled substance history
of a patient. The CURES program provides PARs to licensed healthcare providers and
pharm acists to prevent inappropriate, improper, or illegal use of Schedule II and III
controlled substances.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement
CUR ES Program
P.O. Box 161089
Sacramento, CA 95816-1089
(916) 319-9062 (CALNET ) 479-9062
FAX: (916) 319-9448
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O. J. “BUD” HAWKINS DATA CENTER
The O. J.”Bud” Hawkins Data Center coordinates and administers the Criminal Justice Information
System (CJIS), the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS), and the Cal-ID
System. The Data Center also is responsible for all data processing and telecommunication activities
related to these systems.
SERVICES
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Provides up-to-date, accurate, and centralized criminal justice information.
•
Provides a telecommunication system to meet the needs of law enforcement agencies
throughout the state.
•
Provides ready access to the central information source for all criminal justice
agencies.
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Protects the rights and privacy of individuals by placing strict security and
confidentiality controls on criminal justice information.
•
Provides 24-hour network support and technical assistance.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services O. J. “Bud” Hawkins Data Center
P.O. Box 903307
Sacramento, CA 94203-3070
(916) 227-3045 (CALNET ) 498-3045
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ORGANIZED CRIME
The California Intelligence Bureau works to eliminate organized criminal activity in California by
coordinating statew ide investigative efforts targeting traditional organized crim e, outlaw motorcy cle
gangs, high technology crimes, illegal gambling, and Eurasian organized crime. It serves as the statewide
clearinghouse for information regarding these groups.
SERVICES
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Gathers, analyzes, and disseminates criminal intelligence regarding traditional organized
crime, outlaw motorcycle gangs, and Eurasian organized crime in California. Traditional
organized crime includes illegal gambling, loansharking, labor racketeering, murder, and
infiltration of businesses.
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Prepares and disseminates in-depth reports on the scope, patterns, and structure of
organized crime.
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Assists local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in special projects such as link
analysis diagram s, telephon e toll analysis, event flow diagram s, visual charting, report
preparations, and task forces.
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Houses the state liaison program for INTER POL. Processes all California requests for
assistance from foreign countries. Assists California agencies in obtaining criminal
investigation information from foreign co untries.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement Criminal Intelligence Bureau
P.O. Box 160967
Sacramento, CA 95816-0967
(916) 227-1230 (CALNET ) 498-1230
FAX: (916) 227-1228
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PROBLEM RESOLUTION
The Problem Resolution Section (PRS) provides assistance to California and out-of-state criminal justice
agencies, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Sections/Programs/Bureaus within the Department of
Justice regarding missing, illegible, or incorrect information on California criminal history records. The
PRS also prov ides technical inform ation and assistan ce to C alifornia criminal justice agencies on how to
complete the appropriate reporting forms and assists criminal justices agencies on how to read the manual
and autom ated California criminal history records.
SERVICES
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Analyzes and interprets criminal justice documents on a routine and expedite basis and
resolves errors or omissions prior to entry into the Automated Criminal History or
Offender-Based Transaction Statistics Systems.
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Contacts Sheriff and Police Departments, District and City Attorneys, Probation Offices,
and Courts to obtain information needed to complete the California criminal history.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Record Information and Services Program
Problem Resolutio n Unit
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-5571 (CALNET ) 498-5571
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PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE
The Public Inform ation Office provides assistance to local law enforcem ent ag encies in dealing with
public affairs and the news media.
SERVICES
The Public Information Office serves as the liaison between the media and the Department of Justice,
Division of Law Enforcement, Division of California Justice Information Services, and the Firearms
Division; provides service and techn ical assistance to local law enforcement agencies as follows:
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Creates and distributes news releases.
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Holds new s conferences and other public events.
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Sets up media conference centers to deal with major situations and crimes.
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Creates and distributes publications.
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Sets up public information programs.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Division of Law Enforcement
Firearms Division
Public Information Office
Comm unications
1300 I Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 324-5500 (CALNET ) 454-5500
FAX: (916) 445-1937
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RECORD IMPROVEMENT AND FIELD LIAISON
The Record Improvement and Field Liaison (RIFL) Program is responsible for researching and analyzing
the level and quality of arrest and disposition reporting to the California Department of Justice (DOJ) by
criminal justice agencies to ensure that criminal history records are complete and accurate. The Program
works closely with counties to identify and resolve reporting problems and to improve the accuracy and
timeliness of reporting, utilizing technology, and/or more streamlined reporting processes.
The Program’s field staff are responsible for coordinating activities associated with the deployment of
“live scan” terminals to local law enforcement and applicant agencies. Replacing ink fingerprinting, live
scan enables the electronic capture, transmission, and automated processing of both criminal and
applicant fingerprint records. Field staff assist agencies in the planning, procurement, installation, testing,
and connection of live scan equipment. In addition, they conduct training in the operation and
maintenance of the live scan equipment. Staff have coordinated the installation and the on-line
connection of over 1,700 of these terminals statewide.
SERVICES
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Assists with applicant and criminal fingerprint submissions.
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Coordinates the resolution of image and data problems with agencies, vendors, and
bureau prog rams.
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Monito rs live scan utilization for quality control purp oses, identifies error patterns in
submitted records, resolves problem areas throu gh fo llow-up training, and meeting s with
responsible agencies.
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Coordinates site selection, procurement, installation, acceptance testing, and connection
of live scan terminals and peripheral equipm ent.
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Conducts agency training in the field regarding the operation and maintenance of the live
scan terminals, data entry, and fingerprint capture techniques.
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Coordinates efforts between the department and law enforcement agencies to improve the
reporting of arrest and disposition data.
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Develops recommendations for local agency processing and reporting problems and
encourages agencies to move from a manual to an electronic reporting environm ent.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Record Improvement and Field Liaison Program
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3332 (CALNET ) 498-3332
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RECORD REVIEW AND VISA CLEARANCE
The Record Rev iew process allows individuals an oppo rtunity to o btain a cop y of their state summary
criminal history record (rap sheet) to aid in filling out applications, answer questions regarding past
criminal history, or refute any erroneous or inaccurate information contained on that record. These
transcripts are for personal use and may not be provided for employment, licensing, or certification
purposes.
The Visa/Im migration process provides ind ividuals w ith a copy of their state sum mary criminal history
record to aid in their entry into the United States, any foreign nation, or complete a foreign adoption. The
results of the Visa/Immigration clearance will be mailed d irectly to the applicant u nless a release is
provided designating an assistance agency or law firm. The Visa/Immigration clearance may not be used
for licensing by a foreign government or admission to a training school or program in a foreign country.
SERVICES
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Provides record review and visa clearance services to individuals pursuant to Penal Code
sections 11120 through 11127 and 11105(c)(8).
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Record Information and Services Program
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3832 (CALNET ) 498-3832
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RECORD SEALINGS/DISMISSALS/PARDONS
The Department of Justice is responsible for performing a variety of sealing, modification, dissemination,
destruction, update, and delete functions involving the state summary criminal history inform ation. These
function s are performed on m anual and automated record s. A variety of documents includ ing Court
Ord ers, M inute Orders, and Su bseq uent Action A rrest and Disposition Rep orting Fo rms are used to
perform certain functions including record sealing, certificate of rehabilitation, charge reduction, and
dismissal activities.
SERVICES
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Provides guidance to attorneys, criminal justice courts, and public and law enforcement
agencies regarding the sealing of arrest records, expungements, dismissals, and
certificates of rehabilitation.
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Prepares adult and juvenile record sealings pursuant to Penal Code sections 851.7,
851.8,1203.45 and record sealings pursuant to California Welfare and Institutions Code
sections 781 and 389.
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Processes federal and state pardons and certificates of rehabilitation pursuant to Penal
Code section 4852.01.
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Processes the reduction of certain felony offenses to m isdem eanor charges pursuant to
Penal Code section 17.
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Processes dismissal actions pursuant to Penal Code section 1203.4.
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Notifies law enforcement agencies and the FBI when a specific arrest entry/record has
been ordered sealed.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Record Information and Services Program
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3812 (CALNET ) 498-3812
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RECORDS SECURITY/ PUBLIC RECORDS ACT SECTION
The Criminal Record Security Section provides technical assistance in the proper use of state and local
Criminal Offender Record Information (CO RI) by criminal justice agencies and other pu blic agencies.
SERVICES
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Reviews and authorizes access to criminal history information by employing and
licensing agencies.
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Investigates misuse of bo th crim inal history information and inform ation delivered via
the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System.
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Maintains the results of blood tests for evidence of antibodies to the probable causative
agent of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) on individuals convicted of
various sexual assault crimes, pursuant to Penal Code section 1202.1. T his inform ation is
available to defense attorneys and prosecu tors.
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Approves the dissemination of criminal history records for research purposes to bona fide
research organizations conducting studies that will benefit the criminal justice system,
pursuant to Penal Code section 13202.
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Approves Memorandums of Agreement between designated county offices of education
and/or sch ool districts to act as a clearingho use fo r criminal history information on parttime employees or substitute teachers, pursuant to Education Code sections 44830.2 and
45125.01.
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Places dissemination control (DCO N) flags on criminal records and notifies the
requesting agency when there is an inquiry into the subject’s record, at the request of law
enforcement agencies.
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Responds to a school district or private school, per California Education Code sections
3192 and 45125.1, who requires an entity that has an existing contract with a district or
private school to obtain a criminal history clearance.
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Prepares and d isseminates the follow ing publications: the Criminal Offender R ecord
Information Authorized Agency L ist; the Department of Justice Roster of Police
Departments, Sheriff’s Departments, District Attorneys, and Probation Departments; and
the C alifornia Criminal Records Security Statutes And R egulations Publicatio n.
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Pursuant to C ivil Code section 1798.10, under the Information P ractices Act, individuals
have the right to inquire and to be advised as to whether or not the Department maintains
a record containing “personal information” about them.
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Pursuant to G overnm ent C ode section 9250, under the Public Records Act, individuals
may make an inquiry concerning “public records” which are maintained by the
Department of Justice.
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Pursuant to California Penal Code section 11105.3, a human resource agency or an
employer m ay request criminal record information from the Department of Justice for a
person who applies for a license, employment, or volunteer position in the human
services field. Information released by the Department of Justice is restricted to arrests
resulting in conviction or arrests, which are pending adjudication involving specified sex,
narcotic, or violent crimes.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Justice Inform ation and Analysis
Comm unications Adm inistration Program
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3460 ( CALNET ) 498-3460
FAX: (916) 227-4815
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SAFE HANDGUN AND FIREARM USE - LIMITING DEVICE TESTING AND
CERTIFICATION Only handgun s listed on the Department of Justice (DOJ) list may be manu factured, imported, or offered
for sale within the state by DOJ firearms licensees. Only firearm use-limiting devices on the DO J list
may be used to satisfy requirements for use-limiting devices to accompany firearms manufactured,
imported, sold, or transferred within the state. The Firearm s Div ision certifies independent laboratories to
receive, test, and issue testing reports for handguns and for firearm use-limiting devices based on
standards prescribed by the Legislature and DOJ regulations. Handguns and firearm use-limiting devices
that m eet the DO J standards are placed on a DO J list as legal to be manufactured, im ported, or sold in
California.
SERVICES
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Accepts applications and inspects facilities of laboratories seeking DOJ certification for
testing of handguns and firearms use-limiting devices. Reviews applicant qualifications
and verifies that they m eet DOJ standards for having adequate facilities and equipm ent,
employ ing proper test methodology, and m eeting security requirements.
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Performs test report certifications and places qualifying handguns and firearm uselimiting devices on the D OJ list as legal for sale in California. Han dgun certifications are
linked with the automated Dealer Record of Sale system to prevent sale of non-qualifying
handgu ns.
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Provides information to law enforcement; the news media; the public; and firearms
manufacturers, importers, and dealers regarding handgun , firearm use-limiting devices,
and laboratory certifications, inspections, fees, and procedures.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 263-4887 (CALNET ) 498-3703
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SECONDHAND DEALER AND PAWNBROKER LICENSING
The Secondhand Dealer and Pawnbroker Licensing file is a statewide, offline file of licensed secondhand
dealers and pawnbrokers, which was established pursuant to Business and Professions Code section
216 41 and F inancial Code section 21300 . The Second hand Dealer and P awnbroker Licensing Unit
processes applications for secondhand dealer and pawnbroker licenses, and upon completion of the
background check, provides the licensing authority (chief of police or sheriff) with a comment on the
applicant’s eligibility for the license. This file ensures that California secondhand dealer and pawnbroker
laws are administered uniformly.
SERVICES
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Provides information to law enforcement agencies, secondhand dealers, pawnbrokers and
the general public related to the secondhand dealer and pawnbroker licensing and
reporting laws.
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Develops, maintain s, and prov ides secondh and dealer and paw nbroker licensure form s to
local licensing authorities.
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Provides the secondhand dealer and paw nbroker reporting form s to secondhand dealers
and paw nbrokers at cost.
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Provides listings of licensed secondhand dealers and pawnbrokers to law enforcement
agencies upon request.
•
Sends a subsequent arrest notification to agencies when a licensed secondhand dealer or
pawnbroker is convicted of a property-related crime.
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Sends pre-renewal license notices to law enforcement agencies to ensure the integrity of
the secondhand dealer and pawnbroker file and compliance with state law.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Systems Information Section
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3688 (CALNET ) 498-3688
FAX: (916) 227-3774
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SEX OFFENDER TRACKING PROGRAM
The Sex Offender Tracking Program (SOTP) maintains statewide files on sex and arson offenders who
are required to register pursuant to Penal Code sections 290 and 457.1, respectively.
SERVICES
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Maintains sex and arso n registrant records in the Violent Crim e Inform ation N etwork
(VC IN) data base.
•
Programmatically relays California sex offender information to the Federal Bureau of
Investigation’s National Sex Offender Registry data base.
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Determ ines if an individual is required to register.
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Conducts searches of VCIN to provide criminal investigators information on sex
registrants.
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Provides listings of sex and arso n registrant to law enforcem ent ag encies (LEA s) to
notify them of w ho is residing in their jurisdictions.
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Notifies LEA s when registrants intend to reside in their jurisdictions.
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Provides listings of offenders in violation of registration requirement to LEA s.
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Prepares certification letters of registration requirements for court purposes.
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Assists LEA s in the implementation and maintenance of manual and automated local sex
and arson files.
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Provides assistance to LEAs entering data into VCIN via California Law Enforcement
Telecommunications System.
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Provides training to LEAs and other criminal justice agencies on Department of Justice
registration services, registration requirements, and changes in registration laws.
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Assesses the criminal con victions of out-of-state offenders movin g to C alifornia to
determine if they are required to register.
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Notifies affected states when registrants move outside of California.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Sex Offender Tracking Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3288 (CALNET ) 498-3288
FAX: (916) 227-4345
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SEXUAL HABITUAL OFFENDER PROGRAM
The Sexual Habitual Offender Program (SHO P) assists law enforcement and other criminal justice
agencies identify, monitor, track, and prosecute sexual habitual offenders (S HO s).
SERVICES
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Offers a single point of contact for law enforcement agencies (LEAs) requesting
information and case assistance from the Department of Justice (DOJ) involving SHOs
and other kno wn sex offenders.
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Maintains information on SHO s, including case information and modus operandi, which
is made available and/or disseminated to LEAs and other criminal justice agencies for the
purpose of investigation and prosecution.
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Develop s and distributes summary profiles and information bulletins on SHOs to LEA s.
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Tracks and m onitors SHO s, including compiling information on their current and past
locations and activities, which is made available to LEAs to assist in case investigation.
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Acts as a DOJ liaison with designated LEA SHOP coordinators, providing notification on
subjects w ho m eet SHO criteria, cond ucting training on this criteria and other unit
services, and/or facilitating the exchange of inform ation between jurisdictions.
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Analyzes case information associated w ith known offenders comm itting sexual assaults
and prepares various types of analysis tools and visual aids for use by LEAs and
prosecuting agencies.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Investigative Serivices Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-4736 (CALNET ) 498-4736
FAX: (916) 227-3663
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STATEWIDE INVESTIGATIVE NETWORKING SYSTEM (SINS)
SIN S was designed for and by law enforcem ent to provide a m eans for m anaging and tracking suspects
and their activities. This highly sophisticated and integrated system provides critical assistance in the
investigation and prosecution of criminal cases by facilitating tracking and geographically displaying
criminal activity on large monitors. Its major technology components include: a critical event and
mapping analytical module, an intelligence module, a case information management module, an access
management m odu le and a highly secure network.
SERVICES
SINS serves the law enforcement comm unity through these major technology com ponents:
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GE MS is a geographic event info rmation (m apping) system w hich, when used in
conjunction with other SINS components, presents a graphical display of planned
enforcement operations.
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CEV is a deconfliction application compon ent in which planned enforcement activities
are stored and maintained. Used in conjunction with the SINS GEM S application
component, upcoming events are monitored for possibilities of potentially dangerous
conflicting law enforcem ent operations.
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RISSNET II is an intelligence application component that serves as: 1) the W estern
States Information Network (WSIN ) region-wide repository for the narcotic intelligence
for California, Oregon, Alaska, Hawaii and Washin gton states; an d, 2) the California
Attorney General’s statewide non-narcotic intelligence component Automated Criminal
Intelligence Index (ACII). The ACII database also houses criminal intelligence data for
the Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit (LEIU), an international law enforcement
association. Both components facilitate integrated access to criminal intelligence
throughout the country.
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CIMS is an application designed to manage the enforcement and investigation aspects of
an agent’s case development process. It is designed to encourage and support cross
sharing and cross-case analysis.
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AGR EP is an access management component and the mechanism used to manage
authorized SINS users, as well as access to the SINS app lications.
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SWB SADIS is designed to facilitate integrated access to other state systems, facilitating
sharing of counter-drug and criminal information between California, Arizona, New
Mexico, and Texas.
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SINS HELP D ESK is a service provided to the SINS participants to answer questions or
assist with problem resolution relating to equipment, system, network or use of
application s above.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
SINS Help Desk (916) 227-3987
Legacy Application Support Unit (916) 227-3881
System Support Unit (916) 227-3054
Client Services (916) 227-3054
SINS Migration (916) 227-3881
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STOLEN VEHICLE/BOAT UNIT
The Stolen Vehicle System (SVS) and the Automated Boat System (ABS) are online statewide,
centralized data bases that contain records of stolen vehicles, boats, and airplanes. The statewide systems
are accessible by law enforcement 24 hours a day via the California Law Enforcement
Telecomm unication s System (CLETS).
Wh en a stolen vehicle or boat, felony vehicle, stolen or lost license plate(s), or stolen vehicle or boat
part(s) is reported to a law enforcem ent agency in C alifornia, it is entered into SVS or A BS. W hen these
records are entered by the agency, they are transmitted by CLETS to the Stolen V ehicle Unit (SVU ).
Personn el in the SV U check the data in these entries for co rrect formats and data field codes, according to
the Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) Manu al. If the record indicates a stolen or felony vehicle,
or stolen boat, SVU personnel will use the National Insurance Crime Bureau manu als and other reference
materials, as well as the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV ) registration files to ensure the accuracy of
the entry in the database.
The SVS /ABS also has an offline historical data base containing canceled or cleared transactions of stolen
and felony vehicle records, vehicle parts records, stolen boat records, and boat parts records. Records in
the historical data base are stored offline on magnetic tape and are retained for seven years, and may be
accessed by special request.
SERVICES
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Provides local agency access to a statewide centralized repository of records of stolen
vehicles, stolen license plates, stolen vehicle parts, felony vehicles, repossessed vehicles,
impoun ded vehicles, lost vehicles, stolen co nstruction equipment, stolen farm equip ment,
stolen boats, stolen boat parts, stolen airplanes, and vehicles associated with missing
persons.
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Notifies the registered and legal owner(s) of vehicles stored over 120 hours, if the storing
agency has been unable to mak e notification (per CV C 22 854).
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Notifies the registered and legal owner(s) of vehicles stored in garages over 30 days as to
the condition and location of the vehicle (per C VC 10652).
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Receives notices of acquisition from licensed dismantlers (per CVC 11520). The
vehicles are checked for stolen status before dismantling begins.
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Makes a comparative analysis of stolen vehicle and stolen boat entries with the DMV
registration records.
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Conducts special searches of automated data bases to assist in law enforcement
investigations.
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Places a Department of Justice “stop,” “restraint,” or “stop referral” on DMV registration
files to prevent the re-registration of vehicles that have been reported stolen.
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Provides 24-hour technical assistance on system use to all law enforcem ent agencies.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Systems Information Section
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3686 (CALNET ) 498-3686
FAX: (916) 227-3741
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SUPERVISED RELEASE FILE
The Supervised Release File (SRF) is an online file, available through California law Enforcement
System (CLETS), that provides an index to records of active parolees, probationers, sex and arson
registrants, career criminals, and violent offenders.
SERVICES
The SRF serves as an index to:
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California Department of Corrections (CDC) parolees, entered by the CDC.
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California Youth Authority (CYA) parolees, entered by the CYA.
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Coun ty probationers, entered by cou nty probation departments.
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Federal probationers, entered by the U .S. Probation D epartment.
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Sex and arson registrants, updated twice daily from the Department of Justice (DOJ)
Violent Crime Information Center.
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Mental Health registrants, entered by the Department of Mental Health.
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Career criminals, as defined in Penal Code section 13853, and entered by law
enforcement agencies.
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Violent offenders programmatically created by the DOJ when the subject’s other SRF
record types become inactive.
A typical response, such as a C DC parole record, may sho w an individu al on parole; physical descriptors;
a primary offense; sex registration status; the parole agent’s name, phone number and unit; and any
advisory information the agent may feel is important for law enforcement to know immediately. Each of
the other record types is similarly designed.
After receiving a positive hit, the SRF allows law enforcement to send a Contact Message to the
supervisin g agency. The co ntact message iden tifies the agen cy; date and time the m essage is sent;
officer’s name and phone number; enforcement action taken; the vehicle the subject is associated with;
and a brief comm ent field for the particulars about the contact. The contact message is transmitted
through CLETS to the supervising agency. All contact messages are connected to the base record,
allowing access by law enforcement for tracking purposes.
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The SR F also prov ides supervising agencies with automated notices of arrest resulting from daily
comparisons of CII numbers of supervised subjects against California’s Autom ated Criminal H istory
System.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Supervised R elease File
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-4816 (CALNET ) 498-4816
FAX: (916) 227-4814
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SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT
The Technical Operations Unit supports local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies’ investigative
efforts by providing sophisticated electronic technology that includes a wide range of comm unications,
video, and surveillance equipment.
SERVICES
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Makes short-term loans of specialized equipment to state and local law enforcement
agencies.
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Provides consultant services regarding the proper operation of various types of
pho tographic, optical, electro-optical, video, and radio intercept eq uipm ent.
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Provides training in the correct use and operation of selected surveillance equipment w ith
emphasis on the capabilities and limitations of the equ ipment. Training is provid ed both
at the D epartment of Justice facility and off-site, by special arrangem ent.
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Provides audio tape filtering and enhancement at the Department of Justice facility by
appointm ent.
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Assists and trains in pen register technology and installation requires special
arrangem ent.
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Assists state and local law enforcement agencies with the installation and operation of
covert surveillance equipment. This assistance is provided by technical personnel under
certain circumstances on a case-by-case basis.
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Assists local and state agencies perform “interception of wire com munications” in
compliance with state law (Penal Code 629), with proper recording and verification
equipment. Requires special arrangements and circumstances.
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Provides publicatio ns or reports upon request to aid in the selection of equip ment.
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Provides consultation on methods of surveillance using particular kinds of equipment and
the capabilities and limitations of such eq uipm ent.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement Criminal Intelligence Bureau
Technical Operations Unit
P.O. Box 160967
Sacramento, CA 95816-0967
(916) 227-4142 (CALNET ) 498-4142
FAX: (916) 227-4141
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SYSTEMS SUPPORT UNIT
The Systems Suppo rt Unit (SSU) processes and resolves all problematic transactions or errors related to
the electronic submission of criminal arrest information.
SERVICES
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Monitors electronic processing queues for errors and resolves the errors by researching
internal policies and procedures, California criminal offense codes, and by contacting the
submitting agency.
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Assists local criminal justice agencies, as w ell as sections/program s/bureaus with in
Department of Justice, which have identified problems with automated or manual
criminal records. Ensures corrections, additions, or changes are made to the records.
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Performs complex technical and analytical work on an expedite basis relating to criminal
and applicant dou ble records, rejected transactions and duplicate transaction submissions;
works closely with other bureau programs to ensure records in all of the automated
systems are synchronized.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Record Information and Services Program
Systems Suppo rt Unit
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-0543 (CALNET ) 498-0534
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TELETYPE UNIT
The Teletype Unit provides operational assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to local, state, and
federal law enforcement users of the C alifornia Law E nforcem ent Telecommunications System (CLETS),
the Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS), the National Criminal Information Center (NCIC), and
the National Law E nforcem ent Telecommunications System (NLETS).
SERVICES
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Assists law enforcement agencies by providing problem resolution for both CLETS and
NL ETS by teletype or telephon e. Requests for operational assistan ce should be sent via
CLETS to mnemonic Department of Justice or telephone (916) 227-3275.
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Assists law enforcement agencies with special handling of all terrorist threats, AMBER
Alerts, and other bulletins.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Information Expedite Program
Teletype Unit
P. O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3275 (CALNET ) 498-3275
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VIOLENCE SUPPRESSION PROGRAM
The Violence Suppression Program (VSP) provides leadership, coordination, expertise, operational
techniques, and resources to combat the growing problem of violent crimes being committed using
weapons, firearms, and explosives. This program focuses on the investigation and apprehension of
violent repeat criminal offenders who possess or use illegal firearms and violent gang mem bers.
SERVICES
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Provides statewide leadership, coordination, expertise, and resources to combat the
growing problem of violent crimes being committed using weapons, firearms and
explosives.
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Establishes investigative task forces and/or strike forces in violence-prone metropolitan
centers of the state with responsibility for conducting, supporting, and coordinating
multi-agency and multi-jurisdictional investigations concerning the possession and use of
illegal weapons by violent repeat offenders.
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Conducts investigations and assists law enforcement agencies with targeting, identifying,
and apprehending violent career criminals and removing their weapons from the
community.
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Conducts investigations and assists law enforcement agencies with targeting, identifying,
and apprehending violent gang mem bers.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement
Violence Suppression Program
P.O. Box 161089
Sacramento, CA 95816-1089
(916) 319-8460 (CALNET ) 479-8460
FAX: (916) 319-9446
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WANTED PERSONS SYSTEM
The W anted Persons System (WPS) was established in 1971 as the first online statewide, centralized
database system for the Department of Justice (DOJ). It is a computerized file of fugitives for whom
arrest warrants have been issued. This 24-hour pointer system is used to alert law enforcement agencies
of the possibility that the subject, on wh om they are making an inquiry, may b e a wanted person. It also
provides information that may help to ensure the safety of officers who are attempting to apprehend
wanted persons.
Authorized agencies throughout the state can utilize remote access terminals to enter warrant information
directly into the W PS throu gh the California Law E nforcem ent Telecomm unications System (CL ETS).
The WPS provides a direct interface with the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), information
entered into the WPS can also be programmatically transmitted to NCIC and therefore be available at the
national lev el.
SERVICES
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Provides a central repository of warrant information available to all law enforcement
agencies via CLETS.
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Assists law enforcem ent ag encies to access, update, and maintain warrant inform ation in
a central repository.
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Provides information to law enforcement agencies on wanted persons that are arrested
using a name different fro m the nam e on the w arrant.
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Notifies law enforcement agencies when a wanted person submits an applicant fingerprint
card or a Dealer’s Record of Sale for the purchase of firearms.
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Notifies law enforcement agencies when an inquiry is made on an Automated Criminal
History System record, which is flagged when the subject is wanted for questioning.
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Condu cts special searches of the W PS to assist law enforcem ent ag encies with their
investigations. An agency can request a special search by any of 23 data elements,
including a known tattoo, scar, height, or w eight.
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Provides law enforcement agencies with a validation process to ensure that warrant
information in the WPS and N CIC is current and complete.
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Maintain s the C alifornia’s M ost W anted Fu gitive Internet Directory to allow California
law enforcem ent ag encies to place their “violent felony” fugitives onto the Internet.
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Provides law en forcement agencies the ability to inquire on their own or another agency’s
Top 10 Most Wanted Persons for each of the nine most violent offenses in WPS.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of California Justice Information Services Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Wanted Persons Un it
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3689 (CALNET ) 4 98-3689
FAX: (916) 227-3741
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WITNESS PROTECTION PROGRAM (CALIFORNIA)
The California Witness Protection Program (CW PP) administers funding to district attorneys for the
protection of threatened witnesses testifying in criminal proceedings. Witnesses testifying in gang,
organized crime, or narcotic trafficking cases, or in other cases which have a high degree of risk to the
witnesses, are given priority by the CWPP.
SERVICES
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Relocation costs and transportation or storage of the witness’s personal possessions.
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Local residence expenses or temporary, semi-permanent, or permanent lodging needs.
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Security and utility deposits.
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Basic living needs to include m eals, utilities, and incidentals.
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Per diem and overtime costs incurred by law enforcement personnel during the armed
protection or escort of a witness.
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Costs involved in the process of changing a witness’s identity.
INQUIRIES
California Department of Justice
Division of Law Enforcement California Bureau of Investigation
California Witness Protection Program
P.O. Box 163029
Sacramento, CA 95816-3029
(916) 319-9603 (CALNET ) 479-9603
FAX: (916) 319-9434
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APPENDIX A FORMS
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APPENDIX A
FORMS The D epartm ent of Justice (DO J) provides a variety of reporting forms to local law enforcem ent agencies.
FORM #
DESCRIPTION
BCIA 8135*
Stored Vehicle Form
INQUIRIES:
Central Services Unit
P.O. Box 903367
Sacramento, CA 94203-3670
(916) 227-4 147 (CALN ET) 498-4147 - or ­
DOJ Com mand Center at (916) 227-3244
(CAL NET) 498-32 44 during n on-business hours.
* Available on the LEAW EB and C LEW at http://Justice.doj.ca.gov/clew
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
BI 107
JUS 123
JUS 124
JUS 125
JUS 126A
JUS 126B
Swap M eet Sellers Information Report
Paw nbroker/Secondhand Dealer Report
Inter-Dealer Tan gible Personal Property Transfer Report
Application for Secondhand Dealer or Paw nbroker License
Second hand Dealer L icense (Initial/Renew al)
Paw nbroker License (Initial/R enewal)
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Automated Property/Secondhand Dealer Licensing Section
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3688 (CALNET ) 498-3688
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
BCIA 4130
BCIA 8362*
Applicatio n for Check Cashers Perm it
Stipulated Vehicle Release Agreement
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Check Cashers Permit Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3250 (CALNET ) 498-3250
* Available on LEAW EB and C LEW at http://Justice.doj.ca.gov/clew
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
BCIA 4066
SS 8572
SS 8583
Child Abuse Central Index Check for Licensed Adoption Agency
Suspected Child Abuse R eport
Child Abuse Investigation R eport
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Child Protection Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3285 (CALNET ) 498-3285
FAX: (916) 454-3253
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
FD 017
Renewal Application for License to Manufacture Firearms and
Centralized List of F irearms M anufacturers
Application for License to Manu facture Firearms and Centralized
List of Firearms M anufacturers
Assault Weapon Registration Application
Annual Inventory of Weapons - Machine Guns
Annual Inventory of Weapons - Assault Weapons
Annual Inventory of Weapons - Destructive Devices
Annual Inventory of Weapons - Short Barrel
California Registered Assault Weapon(s) Acquired
Large C apacity M agazine Perm it
Application for Certificate of Eligibility - Gun Show Producer
License
Certificate of Eligibility Gun Show Producer License - Annual List of
Gun Sh ows or Events
Renewal Application for Certificate of Eligibility - Gun Show
Producer License
Certificate of E ligibility Gu n Show Producer License - A nnual List of
Gun Sh ows or Events
Preliminary Annu al Event and Security Plan
List of Vendors Offering Firearms for Sale or Display
Revised Annual Event and Security Plan
Gun Show Producer Request for California Firearms Dealer
Verification
Notice of No Longer in Possession of Assault Weapon(s)
Applicatio n for Certificate of Eligibility
Application for Centralized List of F irearms D ealers
Applicatio n for Cen tralized List of Firearms Dealers- L ocally
Inspected Dealership
Applicatio n for Perm it to Possess and/o r Transport Assault
Weapo ns- Active Duty Military Personnel
FD 018
FD
FD
FD
FD
FD
FD
FD
FD
023
024
025
026
027
028
050
100
FD 101
FD 102
FD 103
FD
FD
FD
FD
104
105
106
107
FD
FD
FD
FD
108
4008
4080
4081
FD 4082
103
FD
FD
FD
FD
4344
4350
4501
4502
INQUIRIES:
DOJ Course Provider Application
DO J HSC O rder Form
License to Carry Concealed Pistol, Etc.
Modification of License to Carry Concealed Pistol, Etc.
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
Firearms Licensing and Permits Section
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 227-3694 (CALNET ) 498-3694
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
FD 014
FD 015
Firearms Enforcement Evidence Tag
Firearms Enforcement Property Receipt
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
Firearms Enforcement and Training
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 227-3703 (CALNET ) 498-3703
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
FD 016
FD 019
California Firearms Injury R eport
Application for DOJ Certification - Handgun Testing
Program
Request to Utilize Additional Off-Site Location-Handgun
Testing Program
Comp liance Test Report - Handgun Testing Program
Firearms Dealer N otification of Inspection Finding(s)
Dealer’s Record of Sale (DROS ) Worksheet
Application for Firearm Safety Device Lab Certification
Instructions
Certified Firearm s Safety D evice Laboratories Request to
Utilize Additional Off-Site Location
Firearms Safety Device Compliance Test Report
FD 020
FD
FD
FD
FD
021
022
029
031
FD 032
FD 033
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
Firearms Information Services Section
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 227-3703 (CALNET ) 498-3703
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FORM#
DESCRIPTION
FD 110
Prohibited Persons Notice Form - Power of Attorney for
Firearms Transfer and Disposal
Mental Health Firearms Prohibition
Superior Court Firearms Prohibition
Firearms Prohibition & Hearing
Law Enforcement Report of Firearms Prohibition
Superior Co urt Report of Firearms Prohibition/Release
Juvenile Court Report of Firearms Prohibition
Voluntary Firearm Registration
Notice of No Longer in Possession
Report of Handgun Ow nership
Notice of Firearm Registration for Firearms Acquired by
Operation of Law
FD 4009A
FD 4009B
FD 4009C
FD 4074
FD 4076
FD 4077
FD 4542
BCII 4036
BCIA 4010
BCIA 4544
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Firearms Division
Firearms Clearance Section
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 227-3664 (CALNET ) 498-3664
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FORM#
DESCRIPTION
BCIA 8370
Monthly Report of Anti- Reproductive Rights Crim es (AR RC ),
Summ ary Sheet
Anti- Reproductive Rights Crimes (ARRC), Data Collection
Wo rksheet
Con cealable W eapons Ch arge Report
Monthly Hate Crime Report, District Attorney and City Attorney
Annual Report of Hate Cases
Supply R equest Form
Supplemental Homicide Report
No. of Authorized, Full-Time, County-Funded Prosecution
Personnel
No. of Autho rized, Full-T ime, County -Funded Pu blic
Defender Personnel
No. of Authorized, Full-Time, County-Funded Probation Personnel
Death in Cu stody Report
Monthly Report of Domestic Violence-Related Calls for
Assistance
Citizens’ Com plaints Against Peace O fficers
Adult Probation - Monthly Summ ary Report of Jurisdictional Cases
Violent Crimes Committed Against Senior Citizens
Com puter Tape Subm ission Fo rm
Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees as of October 31
Property Stolen by Classification/Type and Value
Monthly Arrest and Citation Register
Tally Sheet #1 - Homicide/Rape
Tally S heet #2 - Robbery
Tally S heet #3 - Burglary
Tally S heet #4 - Larceny Th eft
Tally S heet #5 - Assault/Vehicle T heft
BCIA 8371
CJSC 4
CJSC 7
CJSC 10
CJSC 15
CJSC 700
CJSC 701
CJSC 703
CJSC 713
CJSC 715
CJSC 724
CJSC 726
CJSC 727
CJSC 743
JUS 02
JUS 729 B&C
JUS 750
JUS 843a
JUS 843b
JUS 843c
JUS 843d
JUS 843e
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FBI Forms
1-714
4-927
1-705
1-725
INQUIRIES:
Tally Book
Monthly Return of Offenses Known to Police (Return A)
Law Enforcement Officers Killed or Assaulted (LEOKA)
Monthly Return of Arson Offenses
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Criminal Justice Statistics Center
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203-4270
(916) 227-3558 (CALNET ) 498-3523
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
BCIA 4043
BCIA 4085
BCIA 4048
Personal Identification (Child) Fingerprint Cards
Unidentified Deceased Reporting Form (Coroners Only)
Authorization to Release Dental Records/Photograph
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Missing and Unidentified Persons U nit
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3290 (CALNET ) 498-3290
FAX: (916) 227-3270
[email protected]
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FORM #
BCII 5
BCIA 8047
BCIA 8072
BCIA 8102
BCIA 8049
BCIA 8048
BCIA 4078
JUS 703
DESCRIPTION
Registration Fingerprint Card (Green)
Notice of Registration Requirements- Sex * (Also in Spanish)
Registration Receipt*
Registration Change of Address* (Also in Spanish)
Notice of Registration Requirements - Arson *
Notice of Registration Requirements - Narcotics *
Request to View Sexual Offender Identification Information
VCIN Data Collection Worksheet*
* Available on CLEW at http://Justice.doj.ca.gov/clew
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Information and Analysis
Sex/Arson Registration Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3288 (CALNET) 498-3288
FAX: (916) 227-4345
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FORM#
DESCRIPTION
JUS 702
SHOP Report Form
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Sexual Habitual Offender Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916)227-4736 (CALNET ) 498-4736
FAX: (916) 227-3663
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FORM#
DESCRIPTION
JUS 360 MH 1734
AIDS Test Reporting
Dept. of Mental Health Conditional Release Prog.Certification of
CII#
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3400 (CALNET ) 498-3400
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
JUS
JUS
JUS
JUS
8715
8715A
8716
8717
Disposition of Arrest and Court Action
Subsequent Action Disposition Information
Juvenile D etention D isposition Rep ort
Juvenile D etention S ubsequent D isposition Rep ort
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3372 (CALNET ) 498-3372
To order forms: (916) 227-3397 or send requests to
Dis[email protected]
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FORM#
DESCRIPTION
FD 258
BCII 8016
BCII 8043
BCII 8302
BCII 8016A
Applicant Fingerprint Card
Request for Live Scan Service
Applicant Fingerprint Card Follow-Up R equest
No Longer Interested Notification
Request for LiveScan Service for Public Schools or Joint
Pow ers
Applicant Fingerprint Card for Live Scan Printers
BID 9
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Applicant Processing Program
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 322-2209 (CALNET ) 492-2209 (press Option 7)
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FORM#
DESCRIPTION
BCII 8033
Application to Destroy Arrest/Conviction Records
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Record Information and Services Program
Records Management and Problem Resolution
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3315 (CALNET ) 498-3315
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
BCII 8012
DO J Palm Print Card
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
CAL -ID Program
California Automated Palm Print Section
P.O. Box 168007
Sacramento, CA 95816-8007
(916) 227-3314 (CALNET ) 498-3314
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
CCI
CCI Application for Training
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Forensic Services
California Criminalistics Institute
4949 Broadway, Room A104
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-3575 (CALNET ) 498-3575
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
BFS
BFS
BFS
BFS
BFS
Request for Physical Evidence Examination
Blood Sample Alcohol Analysis Envelope
Controlled Substance Evidence Envelope
Con trolled Substance Evidence R eport
Urin e Sample for A lcohol Analysis
4
8
17
18
21
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Forensic Services
Criminalistics Laboratory
(See directory for your local laboratory .)
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F OR M # JUS 8715
JUS 8715A
JUS 8716
JUS 8717
DESCRIPTION
Disposition of Arrest and Court Action
Subsequent Action Disposition Information
Juvenile Arrest Disposition Report (Available mid 2001)
Juvenile Arrest Subsequent Disposition Report (Available mid 2001)
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3397 (CALNET ) 498-3397
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FORM#
DESCRIPTION
BCII 8033
Application to Destroy Arrest/Conviction Records
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Record Information and Services Program
Records Management and Problem Resolution
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3315 (CALNET ) 498-3315
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
BCII 8012
DO J Palm Print Card
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
CAL -ID Program
California Automated Palm Print Section
P.O. Box 168007
Sacramento, CA 95816-8007
(916) 227-3314 (CALNET ) 498-3314
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
CCI
CCI Application for Training
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Forensic Services
California Criminalistics Institute
4949 Broadway, Room A104
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-3575 (CALNET ) 498-3575
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
BFS
BFS
BFS
BFS
BFS
Request for Physical Evidence Examination
Blood Sample Alcohol Analysis Envelope
Controlled Substance Evidence Envelope
Con trolled Substance Evidence R eport
Urin e Sample for A lcohol Analysis
4
8
17
18
21
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Forensic Services
Criminalistics Laboratory
(See directory for your local laboratory .)
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
BFS 19
Latent Print Case Sub mission Form
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Forensic Services
Latent Prints Section
4949 Broadway, Room F-163
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-3797 (CALNET ) 498-3797
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
DLE 205
DLE 206
DLE 207
Library Boo k Request Form
Library Information Request Form
Library Journal Article Request Form
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203-4207
(916) 227-3542 (CALNET ) 498-3542
FAX: (916) 227-0427
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
JUS 203
JUS 204
Transmittal Form
Transmittal Form (Billable)
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Record Information and Services Program
Mail Services Un it
P. O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-4145 (CALNET ) 448-4145
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FORM #
DESCRIPTION
BCII 8705
Application to Obtain Copy of State Summ ary Criminal H istory
Reco rd
INQUIRIES:
California Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Record Information and Services Program
Mail Services Un it
P. O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3832 (CALNET ) 448-3832
113
APPENDIX B
PUBLICATIONS
114
APPENDIX B - Part 1
PUBLICATIONS
The Department of Justice prepares and distributes to local agencies publications describing crime, delinquency, the
criminal justice system, and other areas of interest to law enforcement agencies. Below is an alphabetical listing of
these publications. For inquiries or additional information, refer to Appendix B, Part 2 as referenced.
PUBLICATIONS
REFERENCE
Advanced Train ing C enter Courses (ann ual)
Agency Term inal Coordinator (AT C) D irectory
Anti-Reproductive Rights Crimes in California (annual)
Applicant Fingerprint Clearance Manual (1997)
Arrest and Disposition Reporting Manual (1991)
Automated Firearms System: Reference Booklet (1994)
Automated Property System: Reference Booklet (1994)
Automated Systems: Program Descriptions (1994)
Handgun Safety Certificate Handbook (Course Instructors)
Handgun Safety Certificate Workbook (English & Spanish)
Bureau of Forensic Services Ov erview (P amphlet)
Bureau of Forensic Services TIE -LIN E (Semiannual)
California Bureau of Investigation Bienn ial Repo rt
California Criminal Record Security Statutes and Regulations (2002)
California Firearms Laws ($2 per copy)
California Law Enforcement Telecommunications (CLETS) Operating Manual (1996)
Campaign Against M arijuana Planting (CAM P) (an nual)
CCI Course Curriculum Catalog
Check Cashers Permit Program (Pamphlet) (1996)
Child Protection Program (2001)
Commonly Reported Statute Codes (1996)
Concealable Firearms Charges in California (annually, 2000-2003)
Crim e in California (annual)
Crim e in California - Advance Release (annu al)
Criminal History Inquiry Manual (1999)
Criminal History User’s Guide (1999)
Criminal Intelligence File Guidelines (1994)
Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) Manual (1997)
Criminal Justice Profile (annu al county supplements to Crime in C alifornia publication)
Criminal Offender Record Information Authorized Agency List (2002)
Criminal Record Purge and Sealing Handbook (1990)
Dangerous W eapons Control Law s - online only at http://caag.state.ca.us/firearms
DO J Roster of Police and Sheriffs’ D epartments, District Attorneys and Probation Departments
DM V M anual for CLETS (1997)
Drug and Narcotic Codes - Uniform Controlled Substances Act
Gang S upp ression Resou rces (P amphlet)
Hate Crime in California (annual)
Homicide in California (annual)
How to O btain and use Sex Offender Info (pam phlet)*
Illegal Drug Price / Purity List
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ATC
BC IA
BC IA
BC II
BC II
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
FD
FD
BFS
BFS
CBI
BC IA
FD
BC IA
BNE
BFS
BC IA
BC IA
BC II
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
BC II
BC II
CIB
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
BC II
FD
BC IA
BC IA
BNE
CIB
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
WSIN
Intelligence Operations Bulletins
Interagency Training Program Course Catalog
Intern ational Police Organization (INT ER PO L) (Pamphlet)
Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit (LEIU )(Pamphlet)
Less Than Full Access - Law Enforcement Liaison Guide (1994)
Money Laundering and Financial Investigations Manu al
National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Code Manual (2000)
National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Operating Manual (2000)
NCIC 2000 Consolidated Data Dictionary (2002)
Organized Crime in California, Annual R eport to L egislature
Org anized C rime Unit (Pam phlet)
Peace Officers’ Guide to Information Services (1995)
Physical Evidence Bulletins
PO ST Certified T raining Program Course Catalog (annu al)
Prelim inary Rep ort: Crime in Selected California Law E nforcem ent A gencies (annu al)
Secondhand Dealer and Pawnbroker Laws - 1999
Sex O ffender T racking Program (pamphlet)*
SOTP/C LEW (pamphlet)*
Stolen Vehicle/ Automated Boat Systems: Reference Booklet (1997)
Terrorist and C riminal Extremist An alysis Program (Pam phlet)
VCIN /CLETS User Guide*
Violence Su ppression Program Rep orts
Wanted Persons System and Restraining Order System: Reference Booklet (1994)
Witness Protection Program (Pam phlet)
WSIN Annual R eport
WSIN Q uarterly Intelligence Digest
CIB
ATC
CIB
CIB
BC IA
BNE
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
CIB
CIB
BC IA
BFS
ATC
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
CIB
BC IA
BNE
BC IA
CBI
WSIN
WSIN
* Availab le on CLEW at http://justice.hdcdojnet.state.ca.us/clew
The following are available on CLEW at: http://justice.hdcdoj.net.state.ca.us/clew:
California Sex Offender Info Telephone Service Flier
CLETS Policies, Practices and Procedures
CLETS T echnical Guide
Megan’s Law Brochure
Megan’s Law/California Sex Offender Information
Megan’s Law Web A pplication Set Up Guide
MNE Poo ling T echnical Req uirem ents
VCIN/CLETS User Guide
VCIN W eb User Guide
116
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
BC IA
APPENDIX B - Part 2
PUBLICATIONS - INQUIRIES ATC
Advan ced Training Center
11181 Sun Center Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
(916) 464-1200
FAX: (916) 464-5577
BCIA
Bureau of Criminal Information an d Analysis
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3754 (CALNET ) 498-3754
Automated Systems Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3754 (CALNET ) 498-3754
Child Protection Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3285 (CALNET ) 498-3285
Comm unications Adm inistration Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3460 (CALNET ) 498-3460
CLETS A dministration Section
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3677 (CALNET ) 498-3677
Criminal Justice Statistics Center (CJSC)
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203-4270
(916) 227-3509 (CALNET ) 498-3509
[email protected]
Missing and Unidentified Persons U nit
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3290 (CALNET ) 498-3290
[email protected]
117
Sex Offender Tracking Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-4736 (CALNET ) 498-4736
FAX: (916) 227-3663
Sexual Habitual Offender Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-4199 (CALNET ) 498-4199
FAX: (916) 227-4085
Supervised R elease File
P. O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-4816 (CALNET ) 498-4816
FAX: (916) 227-4814
BCII
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3849 (CALNET ) 498-3849
BFS
Bureau of Forensic Services
P. O. Box 903337
Sacramento, CA 94203-3337
(916) 319-9365 (CALNET ) 479-9365
FAX: (916) 319-9430
CBI
California Bureau of Investigation
P.O. Box 163029
Sacramento, CA 95816-3029
(916) 319-9070 (CALNET ) 479-9070
FAX: (916) 319-9433
BNE
Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement
P.O. Box 161089
Sacramento, CA 95816-1089
(916) 319-8292 (CALNET ) 479-8292
FAX: (916) 319-9444
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Criminal Intelligence Bureau
P.O. Box 160967
Sacramento, CA 95816-0967
(916) 227-1230 (CALNET ) 498-1230
FAX: (916) 227-1228
W SIN
W estern States Information Network
P.O. Box 903198
Sacramento, CA 94203-1980
(916) 263-1166 (CALNET ) 435-1166
FAX: (916) 263-1180
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 227-3703 (CALNET ) 498-3703
119
APPENDIX C
TRAINING
120
APPENDIX C - PART 1
TRAINING
The Department of Justice provides training in a variety of subject areas. Below is an alphabetical listing of the
training services available. For inquiries or additional information, refer to Appendix C - Part 2 as referenced.
TRAINING
REFERENCE
Agency Terminal Coordinator Training
Anti-Terrorism
Applicant Audit Training
Arrest and Disposition Reporting (Manual or Automated)
Asian Organized Crime Intelligence
Automated Boat System (ABS)
Automated Criminal History System
Automated Firearms System (AFS)
Automated Property System (APS)
Cal-ID System
California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS)
Child Abuse Reporting
Criminal Extremist Intelligence
Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS)
Disposition Reporting
Domestic Violence Restraining Order Systems (DVROS)
Firearms Laws/Regulations/Reporting
Firearms/Tactical Training
Forensic Science
Gang Intelligence
Juvenile Court and Probation Statistical System
Law Enforcement Training
Live Scan Operation
Megan’s Law
Mental Health Firearms Prohibition System
Missing and Unidentified Persons System (Automated)
Missing Persons and Unidentified Deceased Reporting
and Citation Register (MACR)
Field Operations
Criminal Intelligence
Field Operations/AACTS
Arrest and Disposition Reporting
Criminal Intelligence
Field Operations
Field Operations
Field Operations
Field Operations
Automated Latent Prints
Field Operations
Child Protection Program
Criminal Intelligence
Field Operations
Field Operations
Field Operations
Firearms Division
Advanced Training C enter
Forensic Science
Criminal Intelligence
Criminal Justice Statistics Center
Advanced Training Center
Applicant and Criminal Liaison
Sexual Offender Tracking
Program
Field Operations
Field Operations
Missing and Unidentified Persons
Monthly Arrest Criminal Justice
Statistics Center
Narcotic Intelligence
Advanced Training Center
Field Operations
Criminal Intelligence
Field Operations
Sex/Arson Registration and
Field Ops
Narcotic Intelligence
Narcotic Training
National Crime Information Center (NCIC)
Organized Crime Intelligence
RAPP Sheet Interpretation
Registration - Sex/Arson
121
APPENDIX C - PART 1 (cont’d)
TRAINING
REFERENCE
Secondhand Dealer and Pawnbroker Licensing and Reporting
Sexual Offender Profiling
Special Agent Academy
Stolen Vehicle System (SVS)
Supervised R elease File
Surveillance Equipment
Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)
Violent C rime Analysis
Violen t Crime Information N etwork
Wan ted Persons System
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Automated Systems Programs
Sexual Habitual Offender
Program
Advanced Training C enter
Field Operations
Supervised R elease File
Surveillance Equipment
Crim inal Statistical D ata
Violent Crime Analysis
Sex Offender Tracking Program
Field Operations
APPENDIX C - Part 2
TRAINING - INQUIRIES
Advanced Training Center (ATC)
11181 Sun Center Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
(916) 464-1200
FAX: (916) 464-5577
Applicant and Criminal Liaison
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Live Scan Training
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3332 (CALNET ) 498-3332
Arrest and Disposition Reporting
CJIS Operation Support Bureau
Field Operations
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203-4270
(916) 227-3755 (CALNET ) 498-3755
Automated Latent Print Section
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Cal-ID Program
P.O. Box 168007
Sacramento, CA 95816-8007
(916) 227-3314 (CALNET ) 498-3314
Check Cashers Permit Program
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Automated Systems Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3250 (CALNET ) 498-3250
FAX: (916) 227-3774
Child Protection Program
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Child Abuse Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-6402 (CALNET ) 498-6402
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Criminal Intelligence
Criminal Intelligence Bureau
P.O. Box 160967
Sacramento, CA 95816-0967
(916) 227-1230 (CALNET ) 498-1230
FAX: (916) 227-1228
Crim inal Statistical Data
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Criminal Justice Statistics Center
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203-4270
(916) 227-3564 (CALNET ) 498-3564
Dom estic Violence Restraining Order System
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Automated Systems Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-6876 (CALNET ) 498-6876
FAX: (916) 227-3774
Field Operations
CJIS Operations Support Bureau
P.O. Box 903427
Sacramento, CA 94203-4270
(916) 227-3755 (CALNET ) 498-3755
FAX: (916) 227-3658
Firearms Division
P.O. Box 820200
Sacramento, CA 94203-0200
(916) 227-3703 (CALNET ) 498-3703
Forensic Science
Bureau of Forensic Services
California Criminalistics Institute
4949 Broadway, Room A104
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 227-3575 (CALNET ) 498-3575
Live Scan Training
Record Improvement and Field Liaison
Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
(916) 227-3332 (CALNET ) 498-3332
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Missing and Uniden tified P ersons U nit
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3290 (CALNET ) 498-3290
FAX: (916) 227-3270
Narcotic Intelligence
(Northern California)
Western States Information N etwork
P.O. Box 903198
Sacramento, CA 94203-1980
(916) 263-1166 (CALNET ) 435-1166
FAX: (916) 263-1180
Narcotic Intelligence
(Southern California)
LA Clearinghouse
5700 South Eastern Ave
Commerce, CA 90040
(800) 522-5327
FAX: (323) 869-2541
Secondhand Dealer and Pawnbroker Licensing
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
System Information Section
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3688 (CALNET ) 498-3688
FAX: (916) 227-3774
Sex/Arson Registration
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Sex Offender Tracking Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3288 (CALNET ) 498-3288
FAX: (916) 227-4345
Sexual Offend er Analysis
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Sexual Habitual Offender Program
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-4199 (CALNET ) 498-4199
FAX : (916) 227-4085Megan’s Law
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Supervised Release File
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-4816 (CALNET ) 498-4816
FAX: (916) 227-4814
Surveillance Equipment
Criminal Intelligence Bureau
Technical Operations Unit
P.O. Box 160967
Sacramento, CA 95816-0967
(916) 227-4142 (CALNET ) 498-4142
FAX: (916) 227-4141
Violent C rime Analysis
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
Investigative Supp ort Crime Analysis Un it
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-4736 (CALNET ) 498-4736
FAX: (916) 227-3663
Violent C rime Profiling Unit
California Bureau of Investigation
Sacramento Regional Office
3046 Prospect Park Drive, Suite 1
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
(916) 464-2001 (CALNET ) 433-2001
FAX: (916) 464-0889
Wanted Persons
Bureau of Criminal Information and A nalysis
P.O. Box 903387
Sacramento, CA 94203-3870
(916) 227-3689 (CALNET ) 498-3689
FAX: (916) 227-3741
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