Bureau of criminal identification
(1) There is established in the Department of State Police a bureau of criminal identification which shall be operated by the department.
(2) The bureau shall:
(a) Install and maintain systems for filing and retrieving fingerprint data and supplemental information submitted by criminal justice agencies for the identification of criminal offenders as the Superintendent of State Police deems necessary;
(b) Employ its fingerprint record file as a basis for identifying individuals and provide criminal offender information to criminal justice agencies while acting in the performance of their official duties;
(c) Provide information to persons and agencies as provided in ORS 181.555 (Establishment of procedures for access to criminal record information) and 181.560 (Procedure when information requested by other than criminal justice agency); and
(d) Undertake such other projects as are necessary or appropriate to the speedy collection and dissemination of information relating to crimes and criminals. [1975 c.548 §3 (enacted in lieu of 181.065); 1975 c.605 §11a; 1981 c.905 §2]
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