Letters requesting opinions, Opinion books, Title opinion books, Land title letter opinions, Textual Records: Letters received from the President, Executive departments, Congress, judicial districts, state officials, and the general public "Source-Chronological Files" , ft. Letters received and filed numerically by subject "Year Files" , ft. Letters received relating to judiciary accounts, , with registers. Index to records relating to the administration of judicial districts, Card indexes, Letters received concerning the Columbian Exposition, Maps items : Exhibits and other enclosures to Year Files, Textual Records: General and miscellaneous letter books, 74 ft.
Letters concerning judiciary expenses, ; and internal revenue compromise cases, Executive and congressional letter books, Telegrams, Letters concerning expositions, ; circuit and district court suits, ; French spoliation claims, ; and bankruptcy, Letters sent to judges and clerks, ; and to marshals, Textual Records: Straight numerical files, 2, ft.
Classified subject files, , , , 14, ft. General index, 2, ft. Index to case files of individuals who renounced U. Miscellaneous card indexes, Record slips, 67 3, ft. Microfilm copy of indexes, rolls. Judicial district administration files, Maps 5, items : Enclosures to straight numerical files, 37 1, items ; and to classified subject files, 4, items.
Textual Records: Administrative orders, circulars, and memorandums, Records relating to a study of the use of federal force in strikes, race riots, and other internal disturbances "Glasser File" , ca. Source material and drafts relating to the preparation of an administrative history of the DOJ during the Johnson Administration, Microfilm copy of evidence "Pumpkin Papers" used in U. Alger Hiss , 5 rolls. Miscellaneous reference materials and working papers, Planning, program, and budget files, Photographs images : Documents reproduced from the "Pumpkin Papers," and used in U.
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Kennedy assassination, Caldwell, Subject files of executive assistants to the Attorney General relating to U. Textual Records: Appropriation books, , Payrolls, Record of disbursements and appropriations, Record of vouchers, Record of salary payments to court officials in Alaska, Quarterly and monthly accounts current, History: Appointed in to administer funds for the prosecution of federal crimes, including violations of statutes concerning trade with Indians.
By , duties included conducting investigations, administering prisons and prisoners, and supervising federal agents and examiners. In , became responsible for constructing and maintaining federal prisons. Departmental accounting functions centralized in the Division of Accounts, established under the General Agent, October 1, Textual Records: Correspondence, , Letters to the Attorney General, Letters sent relating to prisoners "The Criminal Record" , Miscellaneous letters sent, Records relating to examiners, including instructions, , and reports and correspondence, Letters from the general agent, Letters received concerning accounts of U.
Documents relating to post office contracts, Records concerning charges against U.
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Textual Records: Correspondence concerning submission of docket reports, Reports on judicial statistics, Textual Records: Records of Special Assistant to the Attorney General Blackburn Esterline, including commerce court case files, ; case files relating to interstate commerce, ; miscellaneous papers on interstate commerce cases, ; letter books, , including a personal letter book, ; and a grand jury docket for the western district of New York, Miscellaneous case exhibits, Files of special assistant David D.
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Ryan, Jr. Norman, Docket cards of the Criminal Section, Indexes to litigation case files, ; Equal Employment Opportunity Commission case files, ; and election law violation case files, Textual Records: Minutes, memorandums, orders, and decisions, Letters to claimants' attorneys and others, Correspondence with the War and Navy Departments concerning patents, Correspondence concerning settlements, , and policy questions, ; and with claimants' counsel, Requests for alien property custodian reports, Staff memorandums, Records relating to settlements and awards, Legal files and exhibits, Lists and other records concerning claimants' representatives, List of cases, Case files, 72 ft.
Finding Aids: F. Hardee Allen and Thayer Boardman, comps. Textual Records: Records of special assistant Howard W. Ameli, Files of special assistant W. Ward, , relating primarily to U.
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Division abolished December 28, Textual Records: Subject file, War policy miscellaneous file, If a disqualifier is discovered, the permit is denied. Funds will be used to continue efforts by auditing team to travel to agencies across the state to review records, train staff and update records in the state system as necessary. As of February 28, the FBI has approximately 1,, III records on file; of those, , have pseudo pointers and , have state pointers.
The Records Bureau staff will need to go through each record individually to compare what is on the state criminal history and make any discrepancy corrections to either the state or the FBI record. This will include record ownership corrections and backfilling missing disposition information where it is found to be missing on the FBI record.
Without the appropriate corrections taking place before the Records Bureau becomes an NFF participant, there is certainty that criminal history records won't be returned on certain queries due to inaccurate record ownership as it exists today. These errors would most certainly adversely impact firearm-related background checks and background checks conducted for licensing and employment purposes. NH has benefitted from Livescan technology since , with the Livescan capability put in use throughout the state in correctional facilities and law enforcement agencies.
In , the original Livescan devices were replaced with newer versions. Additional replacements occurred in , , , and The 12 requested Livescans were before and are outdated with expensive and obsolete replacement parts. In , 45, criminal and applicant Livescan fingerprint images were processed by state police Criminal Records Unit.
In , the Criminal Records Unit processed 19, applicant fingerprint images for licensing and employment purposes. Timeliness of the fingerprint submissions is critical to the state and federal records systems. The 12 identified locations for the new Livescans range from to 4, on average fingerprint processed per year for the past five years.
The 12 Livescans will improve the accuracy and efficiency of record processing to the state and federal reporting systems. Currently, the Livescan devices in North Dakota run on the Windows 7 operating system. Microsoft has already ended mainstream support for Windows 7 and will end security updates for Windows 7 on January 14, BCI needs to upgrade the Livescan devices to Windows 10 to ensure continued secure data transmission of arrest records and fingerprints. Specifically, the computers within each Livescan will be replaced with a small form factor Windows 10 computer preconfigured with the LSS application.
Pembina County Sheriff's Office completes anywhere from arrest cards per year. They are located in the far northeastern corner of our state, sharing a border with Canada and Minnesota.
Pembina County Sheriff's Office use of a Livescan significantly will increase the speed that a fingerprint card is put onto the criminal record. Once a card is submitted through the Livescan, BCI makes the arrest information available on the rap sheet within 24 hours.
An ink rolled set of prints takes extra time for mail and for manual entry, extending the time before law enforcement, such as Border Patrol, NICS, and the public has access to it. Currently, the arrest reporting provided by law enforcement is often too general and ambiguous to accurately pinpoint whether a NICS prohibitor may have been associated with the arrest and accurately tie a disposition to the correct arrest offense.
For example, North Dakota has seen frequent changes in severity levels of criminal offenses. Without the CST, it is often difficult to ensure law enforcement has the correct offense level for an arrest charge. For a given charge, the CST on the Livescan will validate whether the selected offense is a misdemeanor or felony accurately. With that accurate information, NICS can discern whether the arrest and corresponding indictment would be a prohibitor.
More accurate arrest data also will help BCI tie disposition data to the accurate arrest charge, which helps ensure prosecution and disposition data is accurate as well. Specifically, BCI will implement criminal history procedures to complete arrest reporting, and research missing dispositions in order to provide the relevant data in both state and federal files. BCI expect to find approximately 50, missing dispositions under this project and will conduct several task to accomplish their goals. Despite this mandate, many Ohio courts have demands on their schedule, staffing, and other reporting requirements, that lead to incomplete and missing dispositions over time.
Many challenges and barriers exist that prevent the timely submission of these vital records but this project will address the issues without prescribing a one size fits all model. OSBI will use funds to retain six full-time employees and one part-time position to collect and enter missing disposition data for fingerprint-based arrests made by law enforcement in Oklahoma counties.
FBI-approved Channelers receive the fingerprint submission and relevant data, collect the associated fee s , electronically forward the fingerprint submission with the necessary information to the FBI for a national Identity History Summary check, and receive the electronic summary check result for dissemination to the individual. Vehicle File: a. Amendment of the records could interfere with ongoing criminal or civil law enforcement proceedings and impose an impossible administrative burden by requiring investigations to be continuously reinvestigated. AG, Div. Order No.