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:b) '''Arrest record''' — [[information]] concerning the arrest and charging of an individual who has been accused of a criminal offense. Arrest record information does not include any reference to disposition of charge(s).
 
:b) '''Arrest record''' — [[information]] concerning the arrest and charging of an individual who has been accused of a criminal offense. Arrest record information does not include any reference to disposition of charge(s).
 
:c) '''Criminal record''' — when disposition [[information]] is added to an arrest record, it becomes a “criminal record” (sometimes called a conviction record).
 
:c) '''Criminal record''' — when disposition [[information]] is added to an arrest record, it becomes a “criminal record” (sometimes called a conviction record).
:d) '''Disposition''' — a [[record]] entry or entries disclosing 1) that a decision has been made not to bring criminal charges against the subject of the [[record]], or 2) that criminal proceedings have been concluded, abandoned, or indefinitely postponed. If an individual is convicted and sentenced, the related disposition [[information]] includes the nature of the sentence and subsequent events — e.g., release from correctional supervision, the outcome of appellate review, and/or executive clemency action.
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:d) '''Disposition''' &mdash; a record entry or entries disclosing 1) that a decision has been made not to bring criminal charges against the subject of the record, or 2) that criminal proceedings have been concluded, abandoned, or indefinitely postponed. If an individual is convicted and sentenced, the related disposition information includes the nature of the sentence and subsequent events &mdash; e.g., release from correctional supervision, the outcome of appellate review, and/or executive clemency action.<ref>[[A Preliminary Assessment of the National Crime Information Center and the Computerized Criminal History System]], Glossary, App. B, at 81.</ref>}}
:e) '''Correctional and release record''' &mdash; [[information]] on an individual [[compile]]d in connection with bail, pretrial or post-trial release proceedings, pre-sentence investigations, and proceedings to determine the individual’s physical or mental condition. The term also includes [[information]] on an inmate’s participation in correctional/rehabilitative programs, as well as information related to probation/parole proceedings.
 
:f) '''Criminal intelligence record''' &mdash; [[information]] on [[identifiable]] individuals [[compile]]d in an effort to anticipate, prevent, or [[monitor]] possible criminal activity.
 
:g) '''Criminal investigative record''' &mdash; [[information]] on [[identifiable]] individuals [[compile]]d in the course of investigating specific criminal acts.
 
:h) '''Wanted person record''' &mdash; [[identification]] [[record]] [[information]] on an individual against whom there is an outstanding [[arrest warrant]].<ref>[[A Preliminary Assessment of the National Crime Information Center and the Computerized Criminal History System]], Glossary, App. B, at 81-82.</ref>}}
 
   
 
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