NCIC/TCIC Warrant Entry - TCJIUG

NCIC/TCIC Warrant Entry - TCJIUG

NCIC/TCIC Warrant Entry Pam Pierce TCSO Central Warrants Supervisor TCSO Terminal Agency Coordinator Associate Trainer TLETS/Nlets and TCIC/NCIC 512 854-9854 [email protected]

WARRANT REVIEW After reviewing the warrant to ensure all legal components exist, prepare for the data entry. What are the required components for a warrant? http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/CR/htm/CR.15.htm CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE TITLE 1. CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CHAPTER 15. ARREST UNDER WARRANT Art. 15.01. WARRANT OF ARREST. A "warrant of arrest" is a written order from a magistrate, directed to a peace officer or some other person specially named, commanding him to take the body of the person accused of an offense, to be dealt with according to law.

Acts 1965, 59th Leg., vol. 2, p. 317, ch. 722. Art. 15.02. REQUISITES OF WARRANT. It issues in the name of "The State of Texas", and shall be sufficient, without regard to form, if it have these substantial requisites: 1. It must specify the name of the person whose arrest is ordered, if it be known, if unknown, then some reasonably definite description must be given of him. 2. It must state that the person is accused of some offense against the laws of the State, naming the offense. 3. It must be signed by the magistrate, and his office be named in the body of the warrant, or in connection with his signature. Acts 1965, 59th Leg., vol. 2, p. 317, ch. 722. PREPARING FOR ENTRY

Query the state Driver License database and print the applicable results. PREPARING FOR ENTRY Query the State and Federal Criminal History systems to determine if the person has been arrested/detained previously. Print the Criminal History Records applicable to the subject named in the warrant. PREPARING FOR ENTRY Query TCIC/NCIC (ZW or QW) to see if your agency has an existing record for the subject. If one is found, you may need to update/modify the ADO field of the existing record. Otherwise, your work for TCIC/NCIC on the new

warrant is done. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the agency, and to the warrant itself. Some warrants will have the CJIS Offense Code (8 digits) on them. The first four (4) characters are typically the NCIC Offense Code used for warrant entry. For those that do not, to determine the NCIC Offense Code reference the NCIC Code Manual or the on-line CJIS Offense list found at http://www.dps.texas.gov/administration/crime_records/pages/appndxKOffenseCodes.htm

The Date of Warrant/Violation is the date the warrant was signed by the court representative. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the agency, and to the warrant itself. Bond forfeiture warrants will have an offense code of 5001. The offense code for the original warrant associated with the case will be keyed into the Original Offense Code (OOC) field. Example: Bond Forfeiture warrant for previous case of DWI would be coded as 5001/ 5404. Warrants to revoke personal bond will have an offense code of 5002. The

offense code for the original warrant associated with the case will be keyed into the Original Offense Code (OOC) field. Example: Personal Bond Revocation warrant for previous case of DWI would be coded as 5002/ 5404. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the agency, and to the warrant itself. Probation Violation warrants will have an offense code of 5012. The offense code for the original warrant associated with the case will be keyed into the Original Offense Code (OOC) field. Example: Probation Violation warrant for previous case of DWI would be coded as 5012/ 5404.

TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the agency, and to the warrant itself. The Originating Case Number (OCA) can be the warrant cause number. Some agencies, however, have a sequential numbering system internally for the OCA and insert the warrant cause number in the Warrant Number (WNO) field. Additional Offense (ADO) is used to indicate if your agency holds more than one warrant for the person.

TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the agency, and to the warrant itself. Linkage Agency ORI (LKI) and Linkage Case Number (LKI) are used to tie two different record entries together. Typically this is used for multi-jurisdictional cases. (LKA becomes available when LKI is entered.) Notify Originating Agency (NOA) will be marked as Y if your agency wishes to be notified any time another agencys query hits your record. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY

The below fields are specific to the agency, and to the warrant itself. Extradition Limitation (EXL). Your agency must determine prior to the record entry how far you will go to pick up the subject of the warrant. NOTE: TCIC and NCIC now allow for xx miles but that specific distance must be stated in the MIS field. (Code 4 and D) TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). In accordance with Texas CCP, Article 15, the defendant/subjects name

must be shown on the warrant. Use the name shown on the warrant to enter data into the Name (NAM) field. Typically the persons DOB is also shown on the warrant itself. Use the DOB shown on the warrant in your TCIC/NCIC primary DOB field. Additional names and DOBs will be entered later as supplemental data. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). If the warrant provides other demographic details, or numbers related to the subject/defendant, enter those into the appropriate fields of your

primary record screen. If the warrant does not other demographic details, or numbers related to the subject/defendant, refer to the Driver License and Criminal History responses you received (if any) and enter data into the appropriate fields of your primary record screen. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). If a conflict is found between the race shown on the warrant, the criminal history record(s) and driver license response, enter the race as U.

Note: Where the DL system states the race is other, use either the race code from the CCH/III or enter U. Also, Hispanic is an ethnicity, not a race. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). The Place of Birth (POB) and Citizenship (CTZ) data will be derived from the Criminal History responses. If Texas CCH conflicts with NCIC III data, pick one using your best judgement. Example: If Texas CCH reads TE/US, and III reads TX/US, you will enter TX/US because there is not a state of the USA with the abbreviation

(code) of TE. (TE= Spratly Islands in the South China Sea) TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Scars Marks and Tattoos (SMT) data will potentially found on the Criminal History responses or from your own agencys previous booking information. For data listed in the TX or III responses, you will enter one on the initial warrant screen. Others will be entered later during supplemental data entry.

TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Warrants may have the Social Security Number (SOC). If not, and a Criminal History record was found for the subject, enter the number from that source. Your agency may have this type of information in other sources such as booking data. If more than one SOC is found, additional numbers will be entered later during supplemental data entry. Only enter information that is true and correct for the subject of your warrant. Example: The Social Security Administration will not issue a SOC of 111-11-1111.

TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Warrants may have the criminal SID# listed. If not, a Criminal History record may be found for the subject. In either case, enter the number in the Miscellaneous Number (MNU) field as OA-TXnnnnnnn. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant).

Warrants may have the Personal ID number. If not, and a Criminal History record was found for the subject, enter the number from that source in the Miscellaneous Number (MNU) field as PI-nnnnnnnn, then add specific information to the MIS field similar to MNU/PI=Texas Issued Personal ID (or whatever state issued it). State Issued Personal ID information can also be found via Driver License queries. Only enter information that is true and correct for the subject of your warrant. NOTE: For a while, Texas DPS re-issued driver license and personal ID numbers.

TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Alien Registration and Military ID numbers are also entered into the MNU field. Data such as this will typically be found on the NCIC III criminal history response. Texas CCH may contain numbers for licensed individuals within the state. Those are not eligible for entry into the TCIC/NCIC databases since you cannot query CCH using those numbers. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY

The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Alien Registration and Military ID numbers are also entered into the MNU field. Data such as this will typically be found on the NCIC III criminal history response. Where there are multiple MNU data elements identified during the preparatory research, your agency should have a policy stating which to enter into the TCIC/NCIC base record. Example: Travis County SO- if there is a MNU/PI and a MNU/OA, enter the MNU/PI in the base record, and the MNU/OA in the supplemental data. Texas CCH may contain numbers for licensed individuals within the state that require a criminal history background check. Those are not eligible for entry

into the TCIC/NCIC databases since you cannot query CCH using those numbers. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). FBI Number/UCN (FBI). Enter the FBI number reflected on the NCIC III Criminal History record response, if such a record is found. Where the Texas CCH and FBI responses do not reflect the other entitys number, send an email to [email protected] asking for review for potential synchronization of the two databases.

Examples: Texas CCH does not have an FBI number. NCIC III full rap sheet shows a Texas arrest, but does not list the Texas SID. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Fingerprint Classification (FPC). Enter the data found on the criminal history response in the field named also FPC. There will be 20 characters- 2 for each finger. If FPC data exists within both the Texas CCH and NCIC III, your agency should have a policy stating which to enter into the warrant record.

Example: Travis County SO uses the NCIC III FPC data. If there is no NCIC III FPC data, and there is FPC data in Texas CCH, enter the data from Texas CCH. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Some warrants list the defendant/subjects driver license number. After verification through a DL inquiry, enter the number into the OLN field. Only enter Driver License and Airplane Pilot License Numbers into this field. A state issued personal ID is entered, as discussed previously, into the MNU field as PI-nnnnnnn.

Only enter information that is true and correct for the subject of your warrant. For a while, Texas DPS re-issued driver license and personal ID numbers. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Once OLN data is entered in the screen, the State of Issuance (OLS) and Year of Expiration (OLY) become available. Enter information found within the DL query response. Texas DPS issues a DL Number or ID Number when a person begins the

paperwork to request the form of identification. If the person does not successfully complete the process, there will be no year of expiration noted on the DL system response. Its not a good number for data entry of a TCIC/ NCIC record because it is not valid! TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Some warrants contain address data. Where that is the case, or if your agency has address data stored in your local records, it should be entered into the TCIC/NCIC record.

Address Type (ADD) will be a number to represent how the address is related to the defendant. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Some warrants contain address data. Where that is the case, or if your agency has address data stored in your local records, it should be entered into the TCIC/NCIC record. Typically the data of documented address (DDA) will be the date the warrant was created, if the address data originated from the warrant. If your agency

has address data from previous bookings, or probation offices, it may be entered. Caution should be exercised in entering the address shown on a DL system response. It is not stipulated on the TLETS return when the address data was last updated for the DL/ ID card. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Some warrants contain vehicle information. Where that is the case, it should be entered into the TCIC/NCIC record.

Caution should be exercised in entering vehicle data where the vehicle is not registered to the warrant subject. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Per the NCIC Operating Manual, section 1.9 - CRITERIA FOR ENTERING NAMES AND DATES OF BIRTH FOR STOLEN/ FRAUDULENT IDENTIFIERS The general rule for the use of stolen/fraudulent (S/F) identifier fields is that they must be used whenever a wanted person is known to be using identification documents that are stolen/fraudulent. If the wanted person is

using a made-up name or numerical identifier for which it is not known whether identification documents (Social Security card, operator's license, etc.) exist, these identifiers should be entered in the appropriate base record or supplemental identifier fields, such as the DOB Field. If the identity of the thief is known and there is an arrest warrant, the victim information should be entered in the S/F fields. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Where Extradition is limited (defined in EXL field previously discussed), the

MIS field must contain the specifics of where you are willing to travel to acquire the subject/defendant. Examples: EXL=Texas only; EXL=surrounding counties only; EXL=300 miles from Austin, Texas TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Where the full complete name does not fit into the name field, whether the name is the base record name or supplemental name, the entire complete name is to be entered in the MIS field.

Example: Complete name = SUPERCALIFRAGILISTIC,MARY POPPINS TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Where multiple names, DOBs, numerical identifiers, and SMTs are found during the preparatory research, that exceed the number of those items that TCIC/NCIC will allow during supplemental record entry, the additional information is to be added within the MIS field. 99 Alias Names

9 Date of Birth 9 Scars, Marks, Tattoos 9 Miscellaneous # 9 Social Security # 9 Owner License # 9 License Plate Sets

9 Vehicle sets 10 Caution/Medical Conditions 9 Image numbers 9 Citizenship 9 Address sets

TCIC/NCIC WARRANT ENTRY The below fields are specific to the subject of the warrant (AKA Defendant). Additional information may be entered into the MIS field that reflects the issuing court, bond amount, and/or bond conditions. There are a few gotchas: Do not enter HIV related information. Do not enter information that can be keyed into a specific field. Periods are prohibited. The MIS field is only 500 characters.

TCIC/NCIC WARRANT SUPPLEMENTAL DATA ENTRY The below fields are specific to the existing TCIC/NCIC record. Identify the record you are going to be adding information to. Use the NIC# and OCA, or Use the NIC# and the complete name as you typed it previously for the initial record entry, or Use the OCA and the complete name as you typed it previously for the initial record entry. Gotcha: If you like to copy/paste from the Message Window acknowledgment, do not use the NCIC acknowledgement. NCIC transforms

all letter O characters into the number 0 character. TCIC will reject your supplemental data entry stating record not found because TCIC has the identifier with an O, not a 0 (zero). It does not matter if its the OCA or the Name field. All letter Os are transformed by NCIC into 0 (zeros). TCIC/NCIC WARRANT SUPPLEMENTAL DATA ENTRY The below fields are specific to the existing TCIC/NCIC record. Additional data can be found in the Criminal History records, Driver License Records, and local agency information sources. Key up to 9 total data elements in one Omnixx screen.

TCIC/NCIC WARRANT SUPPLEMENTAL DATA ENTRY Follow the same principles previously discussed for the entry of address and/or vehicle supplemental data. Remember Only enter information that is true and correct for the subject of your warrant. WHAT COMES NEXT? REVIEW YOUR WORK TCIC/NCIC WARRANT DATA ENTRY FINESSE

Compare the warrant to the TCIC/NCIC record. Check the TCIC/NCIC record to be sure it contains all appropriate/applicable data shown in TxCCH and NCIC III. Check the TCIC/NCIC record to be sure it contains all appropriate/applicable data shown in Driver License System responses. TCIC/NCIC WARRANT DATA ENTRY FINESSE

Modify base record if needed. Add additional information missed in the first round of supplemental data entry in the same manner described previously. (MKE:EN) Remove incorrect data (typos) using the XN transaction. Pam Pierce TCSO Central Warrants Supervisor TCSO Terminal Agency Coordinator Associate Trainer

TLETS/Nlets and TCIC/NCIC 512 854-9854 [email protected]

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