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Report
FDLE and Clerks
FACC New Clerks Academy
February 28, 2013
Renee’ Strickland
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Presentation Points
• Computerized Criminal History
– Overview – Relay Race
– Clerk’s Role
– So What?
• Additional Reporting
– MECOM
– FORTS
– Seal & Expunge
• FDLE Resources Available
Florida’s Computerized Criminal
History (CCH) Records
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6.1 million criminal history subjects
24.1 million arrests
20.3 million adult arrests
3.8 million juvenile arrests
Florida’s CCH is the 4th largest in
the nation - only Texas, California &
New York have more records
Criminal History Record
A Relay Race
• Arresting agency
• Booking agency
• Courts
– State Attorney
– Judge
– Clerk of Court
• Department of Corrections
The Starting Line
• Arrest affidavit & fingerprint
booking
• Arrest submission to FDLE
– Fingerprints
– Demographics
– Arrest charges
Livescan Arrest Process
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Enter demographics
Capture fingerprints
Search AFIS
Send notifications
Enter arrest details
– Arresting agency ORI
– Arrest charges
Loop
Minutia
points
Delta
Quality Counts
Relay Baton Transfers
• Booking to Clerk of Court
– Create court case
• State Attorney &/or Court actions
– Documented by Clerk
• Court case closed
– Documented by Clerk
– Sent to FDLE & OSCA via LOGAN
FDLE Disposition
Record Handling
• LOGAN edits
• Match person
• Match arrest
• Match charge
• CCH Update
Department of Corrections
• Custody receipt via livescan
• Batch updates for
– DC number
– Charge details
– Discharge date
Finish Line
• CCH contains complete arrest &
disposition information
• CCH available to:
FBI
Criminal
Justice
Agencies
Other
Government
Agencies
Private
Sector &
Public
Second Heat
• Another arrest
• Criminal registration
• Can add demographic data
– Names
– DOB
– SSN
Clerks Role & CCH Dispositions
Specific requests for missing
dispositions
– Use on-line tools first
– Call, fax or email as preferred
– F.S. 790.065(2)(c)(3)
– FDLE & other state agencies
relationship to “ask once”
Clerks Role & CCH Disposition
Automated reporting defined in F.S.
943.052(2)
– OBTS – LOGAN
– Felony, Misdemeanor, Criminal Traffic
& Juvenile
– Also send to OSCA “as submitted”
Automated Reporting LOGAN
• OBTS Committee – David Ellsperman,
Chair
• Web-based application
• Data Element Dictionary
• Data Standards (Edit Requirements)
• Submit files
• LOGAN error files
FDLE Record Handling
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LOGAN edits
Match edits
Temporary/hold file
Historic Resubmit Project
– Grant expires September 30
– 16 counties
– Added 838K records
Adult Felony Arrest Disposition
Reporting
• Biggest CCH
complaint - missing
information
• About 3M non-CJ
CCH queries
• Arrest Disposition
(910) Report
% As of Dec 31
Pre 2001
84.28
2001-04
78.66
2005-06
79.15
2007-08
79.12
2009-10
80.12
2011
75.72
2012
46.84
We appreciate your help!
Statewide Adult Felony 910
Report as of Dec 31
Additional Reporting
• MECOM – Mental Competency
– Frank Mabry/Trinda Peoples
• FORTS – Sexual Predators & Offenders
– Michael Courtemanche
• Seal and Expunge
– Louis Sloan
FDLE Resources - COC
• Clerk of Court
• Previously Clerk of Court Booking
Update (CCBU)
• CJNet email of county Livescan arrests
• Includes
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Demographics
DLE/SID
OBTS number
Charges
FDLE Resources - Jury
• CCH name search of potential jurors
• FTP subset DHSMV jury data
• Receive 2-part automated response over
CJNet
– Part 1 - summary of FCIC/CCH
– Part 2 – RAP sheets for persons with
records
Additional FDLE Resources
• FCIC/CCH access through eAgent
• CJNet – IDT http://www.flcjn.net/idt/
• Alerts
– Amber, Missing Child, Silver & Blue
• CJIS Annual Training Symposium
– Omni Orlando Resort July 9-11
• Regional Working Groups
• CJJIS Council – Clerk Cheryl Strickland
Thank you!

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