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    • Numbers now, 03/2013, v.3 no.1

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    • Oklahoma State-Tribal Liaison Program; Law Enforcement Program Spotlight: Methamphetamine Waste Container Program; Oklahoma SAC Director Attends Executive Session on Evidence-Based Practices; Office of Criminal Justice Statistics: Research...
    • State incident-based reporting system

    • Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal investigation--Oklahoma.; Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal Justice, Administration of--Oklahoma.; Incident-based reporting systems--Oklahoma.
    • What is the State Incident-Based Reporting System? The State Incident-Based Reporting System (SIBRS) is an online records management system maintained by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. The webbased program is available to jurisdictions...
    • The source, winter 2014

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    • OSBI Ceremony Celebrates Hard Work; Uncertainty of Measurement Coming to the OSBI by Heather Schafstall, Erin Henry; K-9 Training Aids by Kevin Kramer; Surveillance camers For Home or Business by Alan Salmon; OSBI Mourns Loss of Commissioner Fariss...
    • Crime victimization in Oklahoma, 2010

    • Criminal statistics--Oklahoma.; Victims of crime--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center recently conducted the first statewide crime victimization survey. As part of the survey, staff asked respondents about their personal experience with crime.
    • Annual report Oklahoma Self-Defense Act, 2012

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    • This report is provided in accordance with the Oklahoma Self-Defense Act TITLE 21 § 1290.16. Statistical report By January 15, 1997, and by January 15 of each year thereafter, the Bureau shall submit a statistical report for the preceding calendar...
    • Automated Criminal History System (ACHS) : user manual.

    • Criminal records--Oklahoma--Databases.; Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal justice, Administration of--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is the state repository for all criminal history information. Information from the repository is available to the public. Established billing customers may use the Automated Criminal History System (ACHS)...
    • Source, spring 2012

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    • Senate Approves New OSBI Commissioner; Working Together to Improve Forensics by Robert Weston; Bill Boosts Internet Crimes Task Force, Provides Investigators Another Tool; Citizens Join OSBI Ranks, Learn How Investigators Target Criminals; OSBI Lab...
    • Domestic abuse

    • Marital violence--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Family violence--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Oklahoma law enforcement agencies reported 21,942 incidents of assault and battery, which represents 87% of all domestic abuse calls. Domestic abuse resulting in homicide accounted for less than one percent of all reported offenses.
    • The source, spring 2014

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    • OSBI Undergoes Assessment by Jessica Brown; OSBI SDA Application Goes Online by Felicia Jackson; Oklahoma Self-Defense Act Handgun Licensing; New Fingerprint Technology Aiding Investigators by Jimmy Stokes; OSBI Computer Crimes Unit Gets New Home,...
    • The source, winter 2012

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    • Governor Visits Fusion Center; Next Generation Identification Coming Soon; OSBI Recognizes Excellence at Bureau; OSBI Honors Director of University Forensic Institute [Dr. Dwight Adams]; OSBI Forensic Artist Inducted into Hall of Fame [Harvey...
    • Criminal history system upgrade, funded by general revenue funds : business plan /

    • Criminal justice, Administration of--Oklahoma--Information services--Planning.;Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal justice, Administration of--Oklahoma.;Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal...
    • The CCH system is a mission critical system maintained by the OSBI that provides both the law enforcement community and the public with criminal history data linked to fingerprints insuring true identity of the record holder.
    • Alternate service providers

    • Forensic sciences--Oklahoma--Directories.; Criminal investigation--Oklahoma--Directories.
    • In the event that the OSBI CSD cannot provide a particular service requested by a customer, OSBI CSD personnel may assist the customer in locating an appropriate agency or organization that can provide the service. The list below summarizes some of...
    • Legal eagle, fall 2012

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    • Supreme Court Update; Ryburn v. Hugg, U.S. Supreme Court 11-208; Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders of County of Burlington, U.S. Supreme Court, No. 10-945; Perry v. New Hampshire, U.S. Supreme Court, No. 10-8974; United States v. Jones, U.S....
    • Domestic abuse

    • Marital violence--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Family violence--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Oklahoma law enforcement agencies reported 20,972 incidents of assault and battery, which represents 87% of all domestic abuse calls. Domestic abuse resulting in homicide accounted for less than one percent of all reported offenses.
    • OSBI computer code specifications

    • Oklahoma. State Bureau of Investigation--Data processing.
    • The purpose of this document is to clearly document the valid current codes and their descriptions. These codes are used by various installed computer systems. The tables listed in this document are the only valid codes that can be used in OSBI's...
    • Numbers now... : criminal justice in Oklahoma.

    • Crime and criminals--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.; Criminal justice, Administration of--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Oklahoma. State Bureau of Investigation. Office of Criminal Justice Statistics--Periodicals.
    • "The Office of Criminal Justice Statistics is housed in the Information Services Division at the Oklahoma State bureau of Investigation. The mission of the unit is to collect, analyze, and report accurate and timely criminal justice-related...
    • Arrest-related deaths, 2010

    • Prisoners--Oklahoma--Death--Statistics.; Arrest (Police methods)--Health aspects--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Sudden death--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Violent deaths--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Restraint of prisoners--Oklahoma.;
    • Annually, the Oklahoma SAC collects and submits data on deaths that occur in the process of arrest to BJS. Data collection started after the implementation of the Death in Custody Reporting Act of 2000 (P.L. 106-297). Other state agencies collect...
    • OSBI SIBRS XML interface control document.

    • Incident-based reporting systems--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal investigation--Oklahoma.; Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal justice, Administration of--Oklahoma.; XML...
    • The purpose of this document is to serve as a reference guide to XML incident data formats and the process by which XML incident data will be accepted by the OSBI State Incident Based Reporting System (SIBRS). The incident data can be...
    • State Incident-Based Reporting System participation in Oklahoma

    • Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal investigation--Oklahoma.; Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal justice, Administration of--Oklahoma.; Incident-based reporting systems--Oklahoma.
    • Almost half of Oklahoma's law enforcement agencies participate in the SIBRS; however, this only covers about 15% of the state's population and 9% of the state's crime.
    • Office of Criminal Justice statistics needs assessment : preliminary results.

    • Oklahoma. Office of Criminal Justice Statistics--Planning.; Criminal justice, Administration of--Oklahoma--Statistical services--Planning.; Law enforcement--Oklahoma--Statistical services--Planning.
    • The Office of Criminal Justice Statistics (OCJS) is the statistical research arm of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI). As such, OCJS researches criminal justice-related topics for Oklahoma. To determine the research needs of the...
    • SIBRS code tables.

    • Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal investigation--Oklahoma--Terminology.; Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal justice, Administration--Oklahoma--Terminology.; Law enforcement--Oklahoma--Terminology.; Incident-based...
    • This document defines the OSBI SIBRS Codes Dictionary to be used for incident based uniform crime reporting. This document shall serve as a common design document to be used by the OSBI and participating local agency contributors to the statewide...
    • Arrest-related deaths, 2013

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    • Oklahoma SAC staff reported 34 qualifying deaths for 2013; seven deaths occurred in the first quarter, nine occurred in the second quarter, eight in the third quarter, and ten in the fourth quarter.
    • Arrest-related deaths, 2012

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    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center participates in the Arrest-Related Deaths (ARD) program, which is a national data collection of persons who die either during the process of arrest or while in the custody of state or local law enforcement.;...
    • Legal eagle

    • Oklahoma. State Bureau of Investigation--Periodicals.
    • "The Legal Eagle is a news publication for law enforcement officers."
    • OSBI CSD quality manual

    • Crime laboratories--Standards--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) and the Criminalistics Services Division (CSD) are dedicated to provide quality service and results. The OSBI CSD has adopted the standards set forth by the American Society of Crime Laboratory...
    • Arrest-related deaths, 2011

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    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center participates in the Arrest-Related Deaths (ARD) program, which is a national data collection of persons who die either during the process of arrest or while in the custody of state or local law enforcement....
    • Law enforcement officers killed or assaulted

    • Law enforcement--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Police murders--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Police--Violence against--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Assaults on law enforcement increased in 2012. Oklahoma law enforcement agencies reported 783 assaults on officers, representing a 4.4% increase compared to 2011. Two officers were killed in the line of duty: one was killed as a result of a...
    • OSBI Criminalistics Services Division quality manual

    • Forensic sciences--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) and the Criminalistics Services Division (CSD) are dedicated to provide quality service and results. The OSBI CSD has adopted the standards set forth by the American Society of Crime Laboratory...
    • The source

    • Oklahoma. State Bureau of Investigation--Periodicals.;Law enforcement--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Official Newsletter of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
    • Crime victimization survey : 2010 report.

    • Criminal statistics--Oklahoma.; Victims of crimes surveys--Oklahoma.; Crime--Oklahoma--Public opinion.; Victims of crimes--Oklahoma--Attitudes.; Public opinion--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) recently completed the first statewide crime victimization survey. The purpose of the Oklahoma Crime Victimization Survey (OCVS) was to generate statewide crime estimates for crimes in Oklahoma.; The...
    • Perceptions of crime in Oklahoma, 2010.

    • Crime--Oklahoma--Public opinion.; Public opinion--Oklahoma.; Crime prevention--Oklahoma--Public opinion.
    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center recently conducted the first statewide crime victimization survey. As part of the survey, staff asked respondents about their perceptions of crime and the criminal justice system in Oklahoma.

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