CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION SYSTEM TCJIUG

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE
INFORMATION SYSTEM
Nicholas Perales
CJIS Field Support Unit
(O) 512-424-2478
(F) 512-424-7789
WHAT WE WILL COVER
 CJIS OVERVIEW
 OFFENSE CODES/ RECENTLY ADDED DATA FIELDS
 CJIS SITE
 CJIS RESOURCES
CJIS OVER TIME
 Chapter 60, C.C.P. – Adult Reporting
 2009 – 60.10 – DRIP,LDA Boards, 90% rule
 2011 – 60.14 invoked eligibility for grant funding
 2013 – 60.10 – 90% rule remains
 Chapter 58, F.C. – Juvenile Reporting
 Restricted Access
MISSION
 To provide an accurate and complete computerized Criminal
History database for Criminal Justice and Non-Criminal Justice
Agencies to utilize.
 To ensure the safety of Law Enforcement personnel.
OFFENSE CODES
How are Offense Codes Created?
Sec. 42.06. FALSE ALARM OR REPORT. (a) A person commits an offense if he knowingly
initiates, communicates or circulates a report of a present, past, or future bombing, fire, offense, or
other emergency that he knows is false or baseless and that would ordinarily:
(1) cause action by an official or volunteer agency organized to deal with
emergencies;
(2) place a person in fear of imminent serious bodily injury; or
(3) prevent or interrupt the occupation of a building, room, place of assembly, place to
which the public has access, or aircraft, automobile, or other mode of conveyance.
(b) An offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor unless the false
report is of an emergency involving a public or private institution of higher
education or involving a public primary or secondary school, public
communications, public transportation, public water, gas, or power supply or
other public service, in which event the offense is a state jail felony.
CODES OFFENSE
CITATION STATUTE L/D
53990020
FALSE ALARM OR REPORT
42.06(b) PC
53990014
FALSE ALARM OR REPORT EMERGENCY 42.06(b) PC
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OFFENSE CODES (vs.14)
 Offense Codes are created by the DPS CJIS Supervisor
at the end of the Legislative Session every 2 years and
updated throughout the year as needed.
 Offense Codes are available in Word and Excel format
 There are 3 different Word formats (Alpha, Statute and Code
order) and one complete Excel file with tabs for each order.
 There is also an Excel spreadsheet that shows the changes
made since last version number.
OFFENSE CODES cont…
 If the offense you are looking for does not appear to
be in the offense code listing then please contact your
field representative for assistance.
 The DPS CJIS Supervisor will determine if a new code
is needed, and if so, then one will be added and the
appropriate agencies will be notified of the effective
date.
**(please keep in mind that a new code can take a while to add
since it has to be added to several databases at DPS)**
General Offense Character (GOC)
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Sec. 15.01. CRIMINAL ATTEMPT. (a) A person commits an offense if, with specific
intent to commit an offense, he does an act amounting to more than mere
preparation that tends but fails to effect the commission of the offense intended.
(b) If a person attempts an offense that may be aggravated, his conduct constitutes
an attempt to commit the aggravated offense if an element that aggravates the
offense accompanies the attempt.
(c) It is no defense to prosecution for criminal attempt that the offense attempted
was actually committed.
(d) An offense under this section is one category lower than the offense attempted,
and if the offense attempted is a state jail felony, the offense is a Class A
misdemeanor.
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When an offense is Criminal Attempt of (A), Criminal Conspiracy of (C),
Criminal Solicitation of (S) or Criminal Solicitation of a Minor of (M), the
offense will be reported using the appropriate GOC Code, the 8 digit
offense code of the offense related to the crime and the Level and Degree
will be reduced by one.
General Offense Character (GOC)
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Example:
 Arrested for Criminal Attempted Burglary of a
Building
 GOC will be “A”
 Offense Code will be 22990002 – Burglary of
Building
 The level/degree will drop from State Jail Felony to
Misdemeanor A
Age of Victim Mandatory Offenses
 Code of Criminal Procedure 60.051 (g).
 If the offender is charged, prosecuted or disposed on any of the
qualifying offenses, the Victim’s Age field must be filled out.
 It is a two digit numeric field.
 If the victim was under one year of age, then a 00 should be
entered in the field and the age should be included in the Offense
Literal field as 8 mos, 10 mos, etc.
 If the victim is one year of age or greater, the number should be
entered into the field as a whole number, 8, 10, 15, etc.
Age of Victim Mandatory Offenses
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11990012
36010001
36990013
11990001
11990002
11990010
11990009
11990011
11990003
11990006
11990004
10990013
22990007
58990002
58990005
58990004
40040007
SEX ABUSE OF CHILD CONTINUOUS: VICTIM UNDER 14
INDECENCY W/CHILD SEXUAL CONTACT
INDECENCY W/A CHILD EXPOSES
SEXUAL ASSAULT
SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD
SEXUAL ASSLT PROH/PURPORT SPOUSE UNDER 14YOA
SEXUAL ASSLT PROH/PURPORT SPOUSE
SEXUAL ASSLT BIGAMY
AGG SEXUAL ASSAULT
AGG SEXUAL ASSAULT OF ELDERLY/DISABLED PERSON
AGG SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD
AGG KIDNAPPING BI/SEXUAL ABUSE
BURGLARY HABITATION INTEND SEX OFFENSE
TRAFFICKING OF PERSON
TRAFFIC OF PERSONS <18 PROST/FORCED LABOR
TRAFFICKING A PERSON CAUSING DEATH
COMPELLING PROSTITUTION UNDER AGE 18
21.02
21.11(a)(1)
21.11(a)(2)
22.011(a)(1)
22.011(a)(2)
22.011(e)(2)(A)
22.011(e)(2)(B)
22.011(f)
22.021
22.021(a)(2(c)
22.021(a)(2)(B)
20.04(a)(4)
30.02(d)
20A.02
20A.02(b)(1)
20A.02(b)(2)
43.05(b)
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
F1
F2
F3
F2
F2
F1
F1
F1
F1
F1
F1
F1
F1
F2
F1
F1
F1
 *For offense 10990013, the field must be filled out only when the intent behind the aggravated kidnapping was
to violate or abuse the victim sexually.
Class “C” Reporting
 Report Class “C” Charges as a typical criminal submission over
the Livescan.
 A Class “C” charge should be the last TRS reported if multiple
offenses occurred on that arrest event.
 Agencies must use the generic Class “C” Offense codes
provided by DPS, but must change the Offense Literal.
 Agencies must also change the Arrest Disposition Numeric
(ADN) to the “233” – Misdemeanor Class “C”, refer to Arresting
Agency.
 ** Note – the ADN must change to close out the charge to avoid
compliance issues for the reporting county**
Class “C” Offenses
Offense Code
Citation
Literal
13999999
CLASS C
ASSAULT CLASS C
16029999
CLASS C
THREAT CLASS C
23999999
CLASS C
THEFT CLASS C
24999999
CLASS C
STOLEN VEHICLE CLASS C
25999999
CLASS C
FORGERY CLASS C
26999999
CLASS C
FRAUD-CHECKS CLASS C
27999999
CLASS C
EMBEZZLEMENT CLASS C
39999999
CLASS C
GAMBLING CLASS C
40999999
CLASS C
COMMERCIALIZED SEX OFFENSE CLASS C
41999999
CLASS C
LIQUOR VIOLATION CLASS C
48999999
CLASS C
OBSTRUCT POLICE CLASS C
49999999
CLASS C
FLIGHT-ESCAPE CLASS C
50999999
CLASS C
OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE CLASS C
51999999
CLASS C
BRIBERY CLASS C
52999999
CLASS C
WEAPON OFFENSE CLASS C
53999999
CLASS C
PUBLIC PEACE CLASS C
54999999
CLASS C
TRAFFIC OFFENSE CLASS C
55999999
CLASS C
HEALTH AND SAFETY VIOL CLASS C
57999999
CLASS C
INVASION OF PRIVACY CLASS C
58999999
CLASS C
SMUGGLING CLASS C
59999999
CLASS C
ELECTION LAW VIOL CLASS C
61999999
CLASS C
TAX REVENUE VIOL CLASS C
62999999
CLASS C
CONSERVATION VIOL CLASS C
70999999
CLASS C
CRIMES AGAINST PERSON CLASS C
71999999
CLASS C
PROPERTY CRIME CLASS C
72999999
CLASS C
MORALS AND DECENCY CLASS C
73999999
CLASS C
PUBLIC ORDER CRIMES CLASS C
CR-43 Out Of County Warrant (Arresting Agency)
123 456 789X
Test, Record Middle Jr
BRO XXX FAR
01011900
X
TX4560000
01012005
TX
M W N 601195
TX9870100
05-1234ABC
BALD
US
Out-of-County Warrant? If yes, provide:
Out-of-County ORI
Out-of-County Warrant No.
Enter your ORI in the (Contributor ORI) field. Complete the first four lines of
the CR-43. Forward the entire form, with quality fingerprints attached, to the
warrant-holding agency.
Do not submit to DPS
CR-43 Out Of County Warrant (Warrant Agency)
123 456 789X
01011900
Test, Record Middle Jr
BRO XXX FAR
X
TX4560000
01012005
TX
M W N 601195
TX9870100
05-1234ABC
BALD
US
TX0000000
Warrant Co SO or Warrant PD
N
S
00000000
2
205
ABC-123
Insert offense literal
00.00 (A)(2) PC
321-CAB
2468
01012005
01012005
TX0000100
TX000015A
Print Full Name Legibly
01012005
Correct any information completed by arresting agency
Complete rest of form
NOTE: Use Warrant Agency ORI in the Arresting Agency ORI field
Mail in completed CR-43 with Fingerprints to DPS
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CJIS WEBSITE
https://cch.dps.texas.gov
What Functions Does the CJIS
Site Serve?
 Electronic Disposition Reporting (EDR)
 CJIS
 NICS
 Ability to conduct and analyze report searches.
 Monitor CJIS Compliance (Grant Funding).
 Monitor NICS Reporting Compliance.
 Monitor transaction accuracy on reporting.
 Ability to receive Restricted Access notifications.
 Ability to receive Non-Disclosure notifications.
 Ability to receive CJIS/JJIS/Livescan update notifications.
 Access Mugbook Search.
EDR FUNCTIONS
 Provides Law Enforcement agencies with a way to modify or add
charges electronically.**
 Provides Prosecutor offices with a way to report their actions, and
make corrections to a previously submitted action electronically. **
 Provides Court Clerk’s with a way to electronically report their
dispositions and FINAL dispositions to DPS.
 CORRECTIONS CANNOT BE MADE ONLINE!!
 Provides Court Clerk’s with a way to electronically report NICS to
DPS.
REPORT FUNCTION
 Ability to run transaction error reports for CJIS/JJIS reporting.
 Ability to run open offense reports.
 Ability to run completeness/compliance reports.
 Ability to run NICS reports.
CJIS Reports that monitor
Compliance
 Open Offense Report.
 County Completeness Report.
 County Combined Completeness Percentage Report.
CJIS INBOX
REPORTS MENU
COUNTY COMBINED COMPLETENESS
PERCENTAGE
COMBINED COMPLETENES
PERCENTAGE
COUNTY COMPLETENESS
REPORT
COUNTY COMPLETENESS
REPORT
OPEN OFFENSE REPORT
OPEN OFFENSE REPORT
Tips To Stay In Compliance
 Frequently run Open Offense reports.
 Run updated Compliance reports as cases are disposed.
 Close out any open arrests.
 Cases never filed with the prosecutor.
 Cases never filed in court.
 Report Absconded cases.
 Meet with CJIS personnel regularly.
Completeness Reports
(Grant Funding)
The Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Chapter 60, requires counties to
report criminal history dispositions to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). This
information is used by law enforcement, judges, and many public and private employers
to check criminal histories.
Counties must have an average of 90% or above on both adult and
juvenile disposition completeness and maintain timely reporting of all
information as required by state law in order for any unit of government or nonprofit agency within the county to be eligible for CJD funding.
Disposition completeness percentage is defined as
the percentage of arrest charges a county reports to
DPS for which a disposition has been subsequently
reported and entered into the CCH system.
Information obtained from pg 7
http://governor.state.tx.us/files/cjd/CJD_Guide_to_Grants_v7.pdf
CJIS RESOURCES
For additional assistance, contact the appropriate section below.
CJIS/JJIS Supplies
512.424.2367
512.424.5599 (fax)
Electronic Arrest Reporting Coordinator (LiveScan)
Loann Garcia
512.424.2409
Fingerprint Section
512.424.5248
Electronic Disposition Reporting Coordinator (EDR)
Holly Morris
512.424.2686
https://cch.txdps.state.tx.us
EDR In-House Representative
James McElroy
512.424.2500
Error Resolution Section
512.424.7256
Corrections
512.424.2476 (fax)
Criminal History Inquiry Unit
512-424-5079
DIC-17 Assistance
512.424.7120
convictionreporting@dps.texas.gov
DNA Kits
512.424.2387
Download training materials and reportable offense codes at www.txdps.state.tx.us
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CJIS LISTSERVE
 The CHRIP Bureau has started a listserv to inform all of our
reporting agencies of updates, changes and any notifications
about what is happening with the CJIS and JJIS Reporting.
 Send an email to
LISTSERV@LISTSERV.DPS.TEXAS.GOV. Make sure
that:
 The subject line is left blank.
 The message body is clear/blank (including
signatures).
 Type: SUBSCRIBE CJISJJIS FirstName LastName, in
the message body.
 Once you have completed that, you will receive an email
stating that “You are now subscribed to the CJISJJIS list.”
 We will be sending all future Offense Code, Livescan
and CJIS Site system updates to this listserv.
CJIS Updates
 Effective 1 September 2014, changes to Juvenile reporting will
be made that will affect completeness percentages.
 Pre-Adjudication Numeric status changes
 609, 612, 616, 619, 620, 622, 623, 630.
 Juvenile Adjudication Numeric status changes.
 603, 606, 609, 619, 630, 696
Access to Secure Website
If you would like to access the secure
website you can go to
https://secure.txdps.state.tx.us
For questions contact
Criminal History Inquiry Unit
(512) 424-2474
ACCESS TO THE CJIS WEBSITE
 To gain access to the CJIS Website please go to
https://cch.dps.texas.gov
 Questions regarding NICS reporting should be directed to Holly
Morris, EDR Coordinator or James McElroy.
 If your account has been locked or needs to be reset please
contact James McElroy.
OPEN DISCUSSION

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