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41-2413. Arizona automated fingerprint identification system manager; powers and duties; master plan; annual report

The director of the department of public safety is the manager of the Arizona automated fingerprint identification system. The manager shall:

1. Supervise the operations and maintenance of the system.

2. Operate and maintain the central fingerprint repository of the system to be used by the department and other authorized criminal justice automated fingerprint identification sites to make fingerprint identifications for criminal justice and noncriminal justice purposes specifically permitted pursuant to law.

3. Develop a system master plan to describe the overall system design and functions and to establish the system and remote access network.

4. Develop a system policy manual to provide guidelines to all participating agencies.

5. Develop system standards of service for the central state repository and participating agencies.

6. Coordinate and standardize the design, development and implementation of the system and subsystems.

7. Provide for system and subsystem planning.

8. Establish as necessary advisory committees to assist in the development, implementation and operation of the system.

9. Enforce the rules adopted pursuant to section 41-1750 relating to the privacy, confidentiality and dissemination of criminal history record information collected and maintained in conjunction with operations of the system.

10. Procure equipment and services to establish the system.

11. Submit an annual report to the Arizona automated fingerprint identification system advisory board on the status of the system.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2413

41-2413. Arizona automated fingerprint identification system manager; powers and duties; master plan; annual report

The director of the department of public safety is the manager of the Arizona automated fingerprint identification system. The manager shall:

1. Supervise the operations and maintenance of the system.

2. Operate and maintain the central fingerprint repository of the system to be used by the department and other authorized criminal justice automated fingerprint identification sites to make fingerprint identifications for criminal justice and noncriminal justice purposes specifically permitted pursuant to law.

3. Develop a system master plan to describe the overall system design and functions and to establish the system and remote access network.

4. Develop a system policy manual to provide guidelines to all participating agencies.

5. Develop system standards of service for the central state repository and participating agencies.

6. Coordinate and standardize the design, development and implementation of the system and subsystems.

7. Provide for system and subsystem planning.

8. Establish as necessary advisory committees to assist in the development, implementation and operation of the system.

9. Enforce the rules adopted pursuant to section 41-1750 relating to the privacy, confidentiality and dissemination of criminal history record information collected and maintained in conjunction with operations of the system.

10. Procure equipment and services to establish the system.

11. Submit an annual report to the Arizona automated fingerprint identification system advisory board on the status of the system.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2413

41-2413. Arizona automated fingerprint identification system manager; powers and duties; master plan; annual report

The director of the department of public safety is the manager of the Arizona automated fingerprint identification system. The manager shall:

1. Supervise the operations and maintenance of the system.

2. Operate and maintain the central fingerprint repository of the system to be used by the department and other authorized criminal justice automated fingerprint identification sites to make fingerprint identifications for criminal justice and noncriminal justice purposes specifically permitted pursuant to law.

3. Develop a system master plan to describe the overall system design and functions and to establish the system and remote access network.

4. Develop a system policy manual to provide guidelines to all participating agencies.

5. Develop system standards of service for the central state repository and participating agencies.

6. Coordinate and standardize the design, development and implementation of the system and subsystems.

7. Provide for system and subsystem planning.

8. Establish as necessary advisory committees to assist in the development, implementation and operation of the system.

9. Enforce the rules adopted pursuant to section 41-1750 relating to the privacy, confidentiality and dissemination of criminal history record information collected and maintained in conjunction with operations of the system.

10. Procure equipment and services to establish the system.

11. Submit an annual report to the Arizona automated fingerprint identification system advisory board on the status of the system.

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