California Penal Code Title 12 - Violent Crime Information Center

  • Section 14200.
    (a) The Attorney General shall establish and maintain the Violent Crime Information Center to assist in the identification and the apprehension of persons responsible for...
  • Section 14201.
    The Attorney General shall establish and maintain, upon appropriation of funds by the Legislature, the Violent Crime Information Network within the center to enable the...
  • Section 14201.2.
    Notwithstanding any other law, a law enforcement agency may request a copy of information or data maintained by the Department of Justice pursuant to this...
  • Section 14202.
    The Attorney General shall establish and maintain, upon appropriation of funds by the Legislature, within the center the Violent Crime Information System to track and...
  • Section 14203.
    (a) The Attorney General shall establish and maintain within the center an investigative support unit and an automated violent crime method of operation system to...
  • Section 14204.
    (a) The Attorney General shall establish within the center and shall maintain an online, automated computer system designed to effect an immediate law enforcement response...
  • Section 14205.
    (a) The online missing persons registry shall accept and generate complete information on a missing person.(b) The information on a missing person shall be retrievable...
  • Section 14206.
    (a) The Attorney General shall establish within the Department of Justice the Missing and Exploited Children s Recovery Network by July 31, 1995.(b) This network...
  • Section 14207.
    (a) The Department of Justice shall establish and maintain a publicly accessible computer Internet directory of information relating to the following:(1) Persons for whom an...
  • Section 14208.
    (a) There shall be within the Department of Justice a director responsible for coordinating California s response to missing persons. This position is hereby established...
  • Section 14209.
    The center shall make accessible to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System specific information authorized for dissemination and as determined appropriate by the center...
  • Section 14210.
    (a) The Department of Justice shall operate a statewide, toll-free telephone hotline 24 hours per day, seven days per week to receive information regarding missing...
  • Section 14211.
    (a) All local police and sheriffs departments shall accept any report, by any party, including any telephonic report, of a missing person, including runaways, without...
  • Section 14212.
    (a) When any person makes a report of a missing person to a police department, sheriff s department, district attorney s office, Department of the...
  • Section 14213.
    (a) When a person reported missing has been found, the sheriff, chief of police, coroner or medical examiner, or the law enforcement agency locating the...
  • Section 14214.
    (a) The Legislature finds and declares that it is the duty of all law enforcement agencies to immediately assist any person who is attempting to...
  • Section 14215.
    (a) As used in this title, missing person includes, but is not limited to, any of the following:(1) An at-risk adult.(2) A child who has...
  • Section 14216.
    (a) The Department of Justice, in conjunction with the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, shall update any supervised release file that is available to law...

Last modified: September 9, 2016