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Fact Sheet

Criminal Justice Dashboard:

Quick Reference Sheet for Users

In 2009, under the personal direction of Governor O'Malley, the Governor's Office of Crime Control & Prevention (GOCCP)

joined efforts with the Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services (DPSCS), as well as various state and public safety

agencies to develop the Criminal Justice Dashboard (“Dashboard”), a one‐stop shop of public safety data and information, to

help public safety officials make Maryland a safer place. Since that time, the Dashboard Steering Committee has worked hard

to ensure the efficiency, availability, and security of additional resources. The Dashboard is obtaining national recognition and

won two prestigious awards in 2011 including the Council of State Government’s 2011 Innovations award and the Oracle

Fusion Middleware Innovation Award. The Dashboard also won the 2012 Harvard Bright Idea Award which recognizes and

promotes excellence and creativity in the public sector.

Through the Dashboard, a variety of information can be assessed:

Name Criminal History Juvenile Record

Physical Description Parole & Probation Information MVA Information

Date of Birth Pretrial Case History Gun Registration Information

Photo and Profile Incarceration History Employment Information

Home Address Sex Offender Information DLLR Licensing Information

ID Numbers (SID, DOC, DPP, etc.) Protective Order Information Hunting and Fishing License Information

Cautions and Alerts Warrant Information DNA Collection Information

And Much More!!!!!

Martin O’Malley

Governor

Anthony Brown

Lieutenant Governor

Innovative Features of the Dashboard

Facial Recognition

The facial recognition capability is now available on the Dashboard.

Approximately 2.6 million photos have been uploaded into the Dashboard

from the Maryland Central Photo Repository. A photo or good sketch can

be copied to the Dashboard where a comparison is made to the 2.6

million photos and the closest matches will be displayed. In order to

improve the effectiveness of this feature, DPSCS is committed to

coordinating with other agencies, especially the MVA, to add more

photos into the Dashboard.

Warrant Search

A new warrant database was added to the Dashboard. This database

contains warrants at the District, Circuit, and the Federal level. These

warrants can be searched by categories such as date range, charge

description, offender name, or county to name a few. Reports can be

created on active Maryland warrants by jurisdiction, charge type, or by

the length of time the warrant is open. Through the Maryland Offender

Management System (MOMS) provided by Washington College, every

warrant in the state of Maryland is mapped by the offender’s home

address. In addition to all warrants, Community Supervision offenders,

VPI offenders, DJS clients, and sex offenders are also mapped and

displayed on the Dashboard.

If you have any problems accessing this application, call the DPSCS Help Desk at (410) 585‐3800. If you

would like to learn more about the Dashboard, or have any questions, email dashboard@dpscs.state.md.us


Fact Sheet

Martin O’Malley

Governor

Anthony Brown

Lieutenant Governor

Criminal Justice Dashboard:

Quick Reference Sheet for Users

Providing the tools necessary for a safer Maryland

The user may use the Dashboard to search for an

offender by:

• State Identification Number (SID)

• Last Name

• Driver’s License Number

• ZIP Code

• Any combination of the

aforementioned search criteria plus

First name, Social Security Number,

or Date of Birth

Includes, but is not limited

to data from the following

agencies:



CJIS - Central Repository

DPSCS - Community

Supervision

DPSCS - Baltimore City -

Intake, Detention, and Pre-

Trial


DPSCS - Corrections

What you need to know…

The Dashboard is a data consolidation tool that makes information from over 90

separate data sources available without having to access individual system

databases. By using the Dashboard, police officers and public safety personnel are

able to save time and compile information through a few computer keystrokes. The

Dashboard can be accessed through a secured connection.

To protect privacy rights and to ensure that the data is used for legitimate

purposes, access is limited to those who have a valid NCIC User ID and Password.

Please note the following:


Information is for investigative purposes only








Baltimore Police Department

Gun Offender Registry

Maryland State Police

Department of Natural

Resources

Department of Health &

Mental Hygiene

Department of Labor,

Licensing, and Regulation

Motor Vehicle Administration

Department of Juvenile

Services



The system of record must be accessed for “probable cause”

The system will maintain a log of user access



Administrative Office of the

Courts/JIS

Washington D.C.

Metropolitan Police


Sex Offender Registry


CODIS (DNA Database)


High Intensity Drug

Trafficking Area


Social Security

Administration


Maryland Central Photo

Repository

Updated June 2013

If you have any problems accessing this application, call the DPSCS Help Desk at (410) 585‐3800. If you

would like to learn more about the Dashboard, or have any questions, email dashboard@dpscs.state.md.us

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