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NCRLE and Seneca-Cayuga Tribe - Tribal Criminal History Record Improvement

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Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2008, $326,981)

The Tribal Criminal History Record Improvement (T-CHRIP) Program provides support to Federally-recognized tribes and State criminal records repositories to promote participation in and improve data sharing between tribal, State, and national criminal records systems.

Under this award, the Criminal Justice Institute, University of Arkansas System, National Center for Rural Law Enforcement (NCRLE) Division, will help the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma to secure the ability to electronically capture and store data associated with its judicial, law enforcement, and human services division, allowing them to share the collected statistical data with state and federal agencies.

The project will also involve the acquisition and installation of an AFIS/Livescan workstation, along with servers and software for the Seneca-Cayuga Judicial System to enable a secured flow of criminal and non-criminal data within the tribe and to state and federal agencies.


Date Created: September 11, 2008