2009 California Penal Code - Section 13125-13128 :: Article 2. Recording InformationPENAL CODE
13125. All basic information stored in state or local criminal offender record information systems shall be recorded, when applicable and available, in the form of the following standard data elements: The following personal identification data: Name--(full name) Aliases Monikers Race Sex Date of birth Place of birth (state or country) Height Weight Hair color Eye color CII number FBI number Social security number California operators license number Fingerprint classification number Henry NCIC Address The following arrest data: Arresting agency Booking number Date of arrest Offenses charged Statute citations Literal descriptions Police disposition Released Cited and released Turned over to Complaint filed The following misdemeanor or infraction data or preliminary hearing data: County and court name Date complaint filed Original offenses charged in a complaint or citation Held to answer Certified plea Disposition Not convicted Dismissed Acquitted Court trial Jury trial Convicted Plea Court trial Jury trial Date of disposition Convicted offenses Sentence Proceedings suspended Reason suspended The following superior court data: County Date complaint filed Type of proceeding Indictment Information Certification Original offenses charged in indictment or information Disposition Not convicted Dismissed Acquitted Court trial Jury trial On transcript Convicted--felony, misdemeanor Plea Court trial Jury trial On transcript Date of disposition Convicted offenses Sentence Proceedings suspended Reason suspended Source of reopened cases The following corrections data: Adult probation County Type of court Court number Offense Date on probation Date removed Reason for removal Jail (unsentenced prisoners only) Offenses charged Name of jail or institution Date received Date released Reason for release Bail on own recognizance Bail Other Committing agency County jail (sentenced prisoners only) Name of jail, camp, or other Convicted offense Sentence Date received Date released Reason for release Committing agency Youth Authority County Type of court Court number Youth Authority number Date received Convicted offense Type of receipt Original commitment Parole violator Date released Type of release Custody Supervision Date terminated Department of Corrections County Type of court Court number Department of Corrections number Date received Convicted offense Type of receipt Original commitment Parole violator Date released Type of release Custody Supervision Date terminated Mentally disordered sex offenders County Hospital number Date received Date discharged Recommendation 13127. Each recording agency shall insure that each portion of a criminal offender record that it originates shall include, for all felonies and reportable misdemeanors, the state or local unique and permanent fingerprint identification number, within 72 hours of origination of such records, excluding Saturday, Sunday, and holidays. 13128. For purposes of the maintenance of criminal records pursuant to Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 653.75) of Title 15, whenever a person is arrested for a public offense committed while in custody in any local detention facility, as defined in Section 6031.4, or any state prison, as defined in Section 4504, the state summary criminal history record shall include the section number of the public offense violated and information related to the "in custody" status of that person.
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