PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY INFORMATION SYSTEM
19-5202. Establishment of information system — Use — Access charge — Interstate connection. (1) Establishment of information system. The director of the Idaho state police shall establish a public safety and security information system, known as "ILETS," which will interconnect the criminal justice agencies of this state and its political subdivisions and all agencies engaged in the promotion of highway safety into a unified information system. The director is authorized to lease such transmitting and receiving facilities and equipment as may be necessary to establish and maintain such a system.
(2) Use of information system. The public safety and security information system, known as "ILETS," shall be used exclusively for the law enforcement and criminal justice business of the state of Idaho and all the political subdivisions thereof, including all agencies engaged in the promotion of traffic safety.
(3) Judiciary and traffic safety. Nothing in this chapter shall prohibit the use of or participation in the information system herein provided by the judicial branch of the state government or by any other department, agency or branch of state or local government engaged in traffic safety.
(4) Access. The quarterly access fee to be charged each department or agency participating in the information system shall be set by the public safety and security information board, known as the "ILETS board," and in setting such fee the board shall take into consideration the usage of said system by each participant. There is hereby created the public safety and security information fund, to be known as the ILETS fund. All access fees collected under the provisions of this chapter shall be paid into the fund.
(5) Interstate connection. The public safety and security information system provided for herein is hereby authorized to connect and participate with information systems of other states and provinces of Canada.
[19-5202, added 1971, ch. 195, sec. 2, p. 884; am. 1974, ch. 27, sec. 10, p. 811; am. 1983, ch. 181, sec. 1, p. 492; am. 2000, ch. 469, sec. 41, p. 1496; am. 2005, ch. 115, sec. 4, p. 373.]