(h) "CJIS Information Security Officer" means the person designated to administer the
CJI security program. The CJIS Information Security Officer is an employee of the CSA.
The CJIS Information Security Officer serves as the internal and external point of contact
for all CJIS information security matters and ensures that each agency having access to
CJI has a security point of contact.
(i) "CJIS Systems Agency" means the criminal justice agency that provides access to
CJI from systems managed by the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division
within a district, state, territory, or federal agency, as designated by the FBI, and has
overall responsibility for establishing and administering an information technology
security program throughout the CSA’s user community. The CSA for this state is the
(j) "CJIS Systems Officer" means a member of the CSA, selected by the head of the
CSA, having the ultimate responsibility for the administration of the CJIS network on
behalf of the CSA, including setting and enforcing standards for personnel accessing CJI
and policies governing components of CJIS and related systems used to process, store, or
transmit CJI; ensuring appropriate use of CJIS and CJI, compliance with approved
polices, and that the CJIS Information Security Officer and Local Agency Security
Officers are appointed; and approving access to CJIS and FBI criminal justice
information services systems.
(k) "CSA" means the CJIS Systems Agency.
(l) "CSO" means the CJIS Systems Officer.
(m) "Criminal justice agency" means a court or other governmental agency, or any
subunit of the court or governmental agency, that engages in the administration of
criminal justice pursuant to a statute or executive order and that allocates a substantial
part of its annual budget for the administration of criminal justice. The federal and state
Inspectors General Offices are considered criminal justice agencies.
(n) "Criminal justice information" means data (electronic or hard copy) obtained from
LEIN, AFIS, ALIAS, or SNAP, including, but not limited to, biometric, identity history,
person, organization, and property data.
(o) "Criminal justice information systems" means the LEIN, AFIS, ALIAS or SNAP
(p) "Department" means the Michigan department of state police.
(q) "Dissemination" means the transmission, distribution, and disclosure of CJI.
(r) "FBI" means the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
(s) "Hot files" means databases maintained by the department that collects and
disseminates information pertaining to wanted and missing persons, probation orders,
mental health orders, jail or lockup information, and stolen, abandoned, or impounded
(t) "Law Enforcement Information Network" means the communication network that
collects and disseminates CJI to authorized Michigan CJIS user agencies; is the message
switch that provides access to various state and national databases; and is the hot files and
(u) "LEIN" means the Law Enforcement Information Network.
(v) "National Crime information Center" means the nationwide, computerized
information system established as a service to all criminal justice agencies operated by
the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division.