National Crime Information Center Interstate Identification Index
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The National Crime Information Center Interstate Identification Index, or NCIC-III, is a United States cooperative Federal-state program for the interstate exchange of criminal history record information. The data is held by the National Crime Information Center. The program is designed to facilitate the interstate exchange of criminal history records among criminal justice agencies. In addition to the interstate exchange of criminal history records data this index holds millions of fingerprint identification cards for criminals who have committed a serious enough crime to go to jail for over 24 hours.
- The FBI's National Crime information Center - Testimony of Michael D. Kirkpatrick, Assistant Director in Charge, Criminal Justice Information Services Division, FBI before the Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security, and Citizenship, Committee on the Judiciary (November 13, 2003)
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