Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 62. Criminal Justice Information and Records Checks
Section 110. Duties of the Commissioner Regarding Information Systems.
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AS 12.62.110. Duties of the Commissioner Regarding Information Systems.

The commissioner shall

(1) develop and operate a criminal justice information system to serve as the state's central repository of criminal history record information, and to collect, store, and release criminal justice information as provided in this chapter;

(2) consult with the board established by AS 12.62.100 regarding matters concerning the operation of the department's criminal justice information systems;

(3) provide a uniform crime reporting system for the periodic collection, analysis, and reporting of crimes, and compile and publish statistics and other information on the nature and extent of crime in the state;

(4) cooperate with other agencies of the state, the criminal record repositories of other states, the Interstate Identification Index, the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System, the National Crime Information Center, and other appropriate agencies or systems, in the development and operation of an effective interstate, national, and international system of criminal identification, records, and statistics; and

(5) in accordance with AS 44.62 (Administrative Procedure Act), adopt regulations necessary to implement the provisions of this chapter; in adopting the regulations, the commissioner may consult with affected law enforcement agencies regarding the fiscal implications of the regulations; regulations may not be adopted under this section that affect procedures of the court system.

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