INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THE COMPUTERIZED CRIMINAL HISTORY SYSTEM
“Appeal” means the review of a decision of a lower court by a superior court other than by collateral attack.
“Rejected case” means a charge that, after the arrest of the offender, the prosecutor declines to include in information or present to a grand jury; or information or indictment that, after the arrest of the offender, the prosecutor refuses to prosecute.
Information in the computerized criminal history system relating to an offender must include the offender’s: name, including other names by which the offender is known; date of birth; physical description, including sex, weight, height, race, ethnicity, eye color, hair color, scars, marks, and tattoos; and state identification number.
Information in the computerized criminal history system relating to an arrest must include:
- the offender’s name;
- the offender’s state identification number;
- the arresting law enforcement agency;
- the arrest charge, by offense code and incident number;
- whether the arrest charge is a misdemeanor or felony;
- the date of the arrest;
- for an offender released on bail, whether a warrant was issued for any subsequent failure of the offender to appear in court;
- the exact disposition of the case by a law enforcement agency following the arrest; and
- the date of disposition of the case by the law enforcement agency.
Information in the computerized criminal history system relating to prosecution must include: each charged offense, by offense code and incident number, and the level of the offense charged or the degree of the offense charged for each offense.
For a rejected case: the date of rejection, the offense code, the incident number; and whether the rejection is a result of a successful pretrial diversion program.
Information in the computerized criminal history system relating to the disposition of a case other than a rejected case must include:
- the final pleading to each charged offense and the level of the offense;
- a listing of each charged offense disposed of by the court and the date of disposition;
- the offense code for the disposed charge and incident number; and
- the type of disposition; and
- for a conviction that is appealed, the final court decision and the final disposition of the offender’s case on appeal.
Information in the computerized criminal history system relating to sentencing must include for each sentence:
- the sentencing date;
- the sentence for each offense, by offense code and incident number;
- if the offender was sentenced to confinement:
- the agency that receives custody of the offender;
- the length of the sentence for each offense; and
- if multiple sentences were ordered, whether the sentences were ordered to be served consecutively or concurrently;
- if the offender was sentenced to pay a fine, the amount of the fine;
If a sentence to pay a fine or to confinement was ordered but was deferred, probated, suspended, or otherwise not imposed:
- the length of the sentence or the amount of the fine that was deferred, probated, suspended, or otherwise not imposed; and
- the offender’s name, offense code, and incident number;
- if a sentence other than a fine or confinement was ordered, a description of the sentence was ordered
Information in the computerized criminal history system must include the age of the victim of the offense if the offender was arrested for or charged with an offense under the following provisions of the Penal Code:
- Aggravated Kidnapping, if the offender committed the offense with the intent to violate or abuse the victim sexually;
- Trafficking of Persons, if the offender: trafficked a person with the intent or knowledge that the person would engage in sexual conduct; or benefited from participating in a venture that involved a trafficked person engaging in sexual conduct;
- Continuous Sexual Abuse of Young Child or Disabled Individual, Indecency with a Child, Sexual Assault or Aggravated Sexual Assault, Burglary, Compelling Prostitution or Sexual Performance by a Child.
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