STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORDS AND CRIME INFORMATION
67-3005. Records and reporting — Duties of other criminal justice agencies and the court. (1) Each criminal justice agency shall:
(a) Transmit to the department, when and in the manner prescribed by this chapter or any rules adopted pursuant thereto, all information required by section 67-3001(4), Idaho Code, for inclusion in the criminal history records;
(b) Provide the department and its accredited agents access to source records and files for the purpose of assessing the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the criminal history records maintained by the department; and
(c) Cooperate with the department so that it may properly perform the duties that are mandated by this chapter.
(2) When a law enforcement agency or jail facility fingerprints a person as required by section 67-3004, Idaho Code, the agency or facility shall initiate the reporting process by transmitting to the department the authorized and fully completed arrest fingerprint card and identification information within ten (10) working days after the arrest, arraignment or court-ordered fingerprinting. A law enforcement agency or jail facility required to take fingerprints shall ensure that the process control number on the arrest fingerprint card is transmitted to the appropriate court clerk for recording in the court’s automated information system. When appropriate, the law enforcement agency or jail facility shall report, in a manner and in a form prescribed by the department, the disposition relating to the charge or arrest.
(3) The clerk of the court exercising jurisdiction over a case relating to a retainable offense shall report the court disposition of the case to the department, in a manner and format determined by the department after consultation with and approval by the Idaho supreme court.
(4) The department of correction shall report, in a manner and on a form prescribed by the department, information on an individual committed to and released from a state correctional facility.
(5) The department of correction shall report, in a manner and on a form prescribed by the department, information on an individual committed to and released from its supervision as a result of probation, parole or other judicial action.
(6) With the approval of the department, a criminal justice agency or the court may report required information by electronic medium either directly to the department or indirectly through a sharing of information via the linkage of automated systems or databases.
[67-3005, added 1999, ch. 249, sec. 2, p. 642.]