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Purpose and Overview
Security Awareness Training is for all personnel whose duties require them to have unescorted access to a physically secure location that processes or stores Criminal Justice Information.
The information below is specifically for personnel that should not access or handle Criminal Justice Information.
The FBI CJIS Security Policy requires that all personnel that have unescorted access to a physically secure location, that processes or stores Criminal Justice Information, must complete CJIS Security Awareness training within 6 months of appointment or assignment to their position. After the initial training, the training must be completed every two years to remain compliant.
What is Criminal Justice Information
Criminal Justice Information is confidential data that consists of stolen cars, stolen guns, missing persons, etc. IT also includes criminal history and other data related to criminals.
Rules and Expected Behavior for Police Ride Alongs
You are not authorized to access, read, handle or discuss Criminal Justice Information. It can only be used for authorized purposes. Proper disposal of all Criminal Justice Information is the criminal justice agency’s responsibility.
Unauthorized access, handling or discussion of Criminal Justice Information could result in criminal prosecution.
The areas that process or store Criminal Justice Information should be secure. Doors should be locked to prevent unauthorized access. It is your responsibility to help ensure this area stays secure. Report any unusual activity to your agency contact immediately. This includes any misuse of Criminal Justice Information that you might witness or hear about. All incidents should be reported.
If you have any questions regarding the CJIS Security Policy or expected behavior around Criminal Justice Information, talk to the agency contact for further information.
By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.
As an applicant for a police ride along, the City of Waite Park, Minnesota; I hereby authorize any investigator, or duly accredited representative of Waite Park, Minnesota bearing this release, or a copy thereof, within one year of this date to obtain any information from schools, residential management agents, employers, criminal justice agencies or individuals, relating to my activities. This information may include, but is not limited to academic, residential, achievement, performance, attendance, personal history, disciplinary, arrest and conviction records. I hereby direct you to release such information upon request of the bearer. I understand that the information released is for official use by the city and may be disclosed to such third parties as necessary in the fulfillment of official responsibilities.
I hereby release any individual, including record custodians, from any and all liability for damages of whatever kind or nature, which may at any time result to me on account of compliance, or any attempts to comply, with this authorization.
Example: Waite Park Resident, Criminal Justice Student, Police Officer Applicant, etc
BCA (C): ___________ COURT: ___________ WP RMS: __________
CCH DATE: ____________ CLEAR / SEE ATTACHED
APPROVE / DENY / ON HOLD: SIGNATURE:_________________________DATE: ____________
APPLICANT NOTIFIED ______________
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