The prosecutor has declined to pursue the case.
Chief Security Officer (CSO)
The employee responsible for the physical security of a company, including its communication and business systems. The job of a CSO is to protect people, assets, infrastructure and technology.
Child Abuse & Neglect Information System Search (CANIS)
A state’s centralized registry for confirmed child abuse and neglect, generally maintained by the state’s child welfare agency. Also known as the Adam Walsh Act Registry.
Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG)
Federal legislation, the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Act provides federal funding to states for child care subsidies for low-income families with children under age 13. Additionally, CCDBG outlines requirements to improve the overall quality of child care available to families within existing state and local systems.
Child Care Services (CCS)/Child Care Licensing (CCL)
The state agency administering child care licensing is responsible for protecting the health, safety, and well-being of children who attend or reside in regulated child care facilities and homes. Child Care Licensing (CCL) is a program within Child Care Services (CCS).
Child Protective Services (CPS)
A program of CWS that responds to reports of child abuse or neglect.
Child Welfare Services (CWS)
A division of OKDHS, designed to ensure that children are safe & that families have the necessary support to care for their children successfully; including supporting or coordinate services to prevent child abuse & neglect.
Community Service Worker Registry (CSWR)
A registry maintained by DHS listing the names of community services workers, against whom a final investigative finding of maltreatment involving a service recipient, was made by DHS or an administrative law judge.
When one of two or more sentences are imposed at the same time, after conviction for more than one offence and to be served at the same time; or, a new sentence imposed upon a person already under sentence(s) for a pervious offense(s), to be served at the same time as one or more of the pervious sentences.
A sentence, or disposition, of conditional and revocable release without probationary supervision but under such conditions as may be imposed by the court.
Conditional Discharge/Special Conditions
The defendant has been sentenced to conditional discharge with special conditions.
Conditional Discharge Terminated
The sentence of conditional discharge has been terminated after a specific term.
The concept of ensuring that information is observable only to those who have been granted authorization to do so.
A sentence that is one of two or more sentences imposed at the same time, after conviction for more than one offense, and which is served in sequence with the other sentences; or, a new sentence for a new conviction, imposed upon a person already under sentence(s) for a previous offense(s), thus increasing the maximum time the offender may be confined or under supervision.
Contempt of Court
Intentionally obstructing a court in the administration of justice, or acting in a way calculated to lessen its authority or dignity, or failing to obey its lawful orders.
The judgement of a court, based on the verdict of a jury, or judicial officer, or on the guilty plea or nolo contendere plea of the defendant, that the defendant is guilty of the offense(s) with which he or she has been charged.
Correctional and Release Information
Information on an individual compiled by a criminal justice or non-criminal justice agency in connection with bail, pretrial or post-trial release proceedings, reports on the mental condition of an alleged offender, reports on pre-sentence investigations, reports on the inmates in correctional institutions or participants in rehabilitation programs, and probation and parole requests.
Cost Only/Penalties and Fees
A defendant is only ordered to pay costs, fees, or penalties. No fine(s) is imposed.
Legal advice; a term also used to refer to the lawyers in a case.
Court disposition can in criminal justice contexts mean either the immediate result of prosecution (conviction, acquittal, or dismissal) or the final result in the sense of sentencing disposition when the judgement is conviction.
Court Time Served
The court allows the defendant to use time already served in the county jail to count towards the completion of the DOC/Jail sentence.
A record of a person's criminal history, generally used by potential employers, lenders, etc. to assess his or her trustworthiness.
Criminal History Record Information (CHRI)
An individual’s criminal record which is the summary of their contacts with law enforcement agencies. It provides details of all arrests, convictions, sentences, parole violations as well as dismissals and not guilty verdicts committed by an individual. Also, known as a RAP Sheet.
Criminal History Information Record Portal (CHIRP)
The OSBI's Criminal History Information Request Portal (CHIRP). An online system that allows you to request a name-based criminal history record check electronically.
Criminal History Review Results Portal (CHRRP)
OBI’s secured child care portal, also known as the Provider Portal. Requiring specialized permissions, child care background check notifications and CHRI are sent to the Authorized Receipt electronically.
Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) Security Policy
CJIS Security Policy contains information security requirements, guidelines, and agreements reflecting the will of law enforcement and criminal justice agencies for protecting the sources, transmission, storage, and generation of Criminal Justice Information (CJI).