Section: 043.0500 Definitions. Rsmo 43.500


Published: 2015

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Missouri Revised Statutes













Chapter 43

Highway Patrol, State

←43.410

Section 43.500.1

43.503→

August 28, 2015

Definitions.

43.500. As used in sections 43.500 to 43.543, the following terms mean:



(1) "Administration of criminal justice", performance of any of the

following activities: detection, apprehension, detention, pretrial release,

post-trial release, prosecution, adjudication, correctional supervision, or

rehabilitation of accused persons or criminal offenders. The administration

of criminal justice shall include criminal identification activities and the

collection, storage, and dissemination of criminal history information,

including fingerprint searches, photographs, and other unique biometric

identification;



(2) "Central repository", the division within the Missouri state highway

patrol responsible for compiling and disseminating complete and accurate

criminal history records and for compiling, maintaining, and disseminating

criminal incident and arrest reports and statistics;



(3) "Committee", criminal records and justice information advisory

committee;



(4) "Comparable ordinance violation", a violation of an ordinance having

all the essential elements of a statutory felony or a class A misdemeanor;



(5) "Criminal history record information", information collected by

criminal justice agencies on individuals consisting of identifiable

descriptions and notations of arrests, detentions, indictments, informations,

or other formal criminal charges, and any disposition arising therefrom,

sentencing, correctional supervision, and release;



(6) "Final disposition", the formal conclusion of a criminal proceeding

at whatever stage it occurs in the criminal justice system;



(7) "Missouri charge code", a unique number assigned by the office of

state courts administrator to an offense for tracking and grouping offenses.

Beginning January 1, 2005, the complete charge code shall consist of digits

assigned by the office of state courts administrator, the two-digit national

crime information center modifiers and a single digit designating attempt,

accessory, or conspiracy. The only exception to the January 1, 2005, date

shall be the courts that are not using the statewide court automation case

management pursuant to section 476.055; the effective date will be as soon

thereafter as economically feasible for all other courts;



(8) "State offense cycle number", a unique number, supplied by or

approved by the Missouri state highway patrol, on the state criminal

fingerprint card. The offense cycle number, OCN, is used to link the

identity of a person, through unique biometric identification, to one or many

offenses for which the person is arrested or charged. The OCN will be used

to track an offense incident from the date of arrest to the final disposition

when the offender exits from the criminal justice system;



(9) "Unique biometric identification", automated methods of recognizing

and identifying an individual based on a physiological characteristic.

Biometric identification methods may include but are not limited to facial

recognition, fingerprints, palm prints, hand geometry, iris recognition, and

retinal scan.



(L. 1986 H.B. 873 & 874 § 1, A.L. 2003 S.B. 184, A.L. 2009 H.B. 62)





2003

1991



2003



43.500. As used in sections 43.500 to 43.543, the following terms

mean:



(1) "Administration of criminal justice", performance of any of the

following activities: detection, apprehension, detention, pretrial

release, post-trial release, prosecution, adjudication, correctional

supervision, or rehabilitation of accused persons or criminal offenders.

The administration of criminal justice shall include criminal

identification activities and the collection, storage, and dissemination of

criminal history information, including fingerprint searches, photographs,

and other indicia of identification;



(2) "Central repository", the Missouri state highway patrol criminal

records and identification division for compiling and disseminating

complete and accurate criminal history records and for compiling,

maintaining, and disseminating criminal incident and arrest reports and

statistics;



(3) "Committee", criminal records and justice information advisory

committee;



(4) "Criminal history record information", information collected by

criminal justice agencies on individuals consisting of identifiable

descriptions and notations of arrests, detentions, indictments,

informations, or other formal criminal charges, and any disposition arising

therefrom, sentencing, correctional supervision, and release;



(5) "Final disposition", the formal conclusion of a criminal

proceeding at whatever stage it occurs in the criminal justice system;



(6) "Missouri charge code", a unique number assigned by the office of

state courts administrator to an offense for tracking and grouping

offenses. Beginning January 1, 2005, the complete charge code shall

consist of digits assigned by the office of state courts administrator, the

two-digit national crime information center modifiers and a single digit

designating attempt, accessory, or conspiracy. The only exception to the

January 1, 2005, date shall be the courts that are not using the statewide

court automation case management pursuant to section 476.055, RSMo; the

effective date will be as soon thereafter as economically feasible for all

other courts;



(7) "State offense cycle number", a unique number, supplied by or

approved by the Missouri state highway patrol, on the state criminal

fingerprint card. The offense cycle number, OCN, is used to link the

identity of a person, through fingerprints, to one or many offenses for

which the person is arrested or charged. The OCN will be used to track an

offense incident from the date of arrest to the final disposition when the

offender exits from the criminal justice system.



1991



43.500. As used in sections 43.500 to 43.530, the following

terms mean:



(1) "Central repository", the Missouri state highway patrol

criminal records division for compiling and disseminating

complete and accurate criminal history records;



(2) "Committee", criminal records advisory committee;



(3) "Criminal history record information", information

collected by criminal justice agencies on individuals consisting

of identifiable descriptions and notations of arrests,

detentions, indictments, informations, or other formal criminal

charges, and any disposition arising therefrom, sentencing,

correctional supervision, and release;



(4) "Final disposition", the formal conclusion of a criminal

proceeding at whatever stage it occurs in the criminal justice

system;



(5) "State offense cycle number", a preprinted number on the

state fingerprint card which is used to identify each arrest

which may include multiple offenses for which a person is

fingerprinted. This number will be associated with an offense

incident from the date of arrest to the date the offender exits

from the criminal justice system;



(6) "Without undue delay", as soon as possible but not later

than thirty days after the criminal history event;



(7) "Administration of criminal justice", performance of any

of the following activities: detection, apprehension, detention,

pretrial release, post-trial release, prosecution, adjudication,

correctional supervision, or rehabilitation of accused persons or

criminal offenders. The administration of criminal justice shall

include criminal identification activities and the collection,

storage, and dissemination of criminal history record

information, including fingerprint searches, photographs, and

other indicia of identification.



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