OPM: 2006 NCHIP Project Summaries
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National Criminal History Improvement Program (NCHIP)



2006 NCHIP Project Summaries


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Year:
2006
FED Award:
$90,904.00
OPM Grant ID:
NCHIP0601
State Match:
$22,726.00
Agency:
Judicial Branch
Title:NICS Interface - Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Convictions
Summary:To reduce the probability/potentiality of gun violence in domestic violence cases, the Connecticut Judicial Branch, Superior Court Operations Division will initiate a project: (1) to design and implement a system of transmitting information on misdemeanor domestic violence offenders to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), and (2) to develop an electronic communications system for state firearms regulatory officials to notify the courts when a defendant who is subject to a protective order has failed to properly surrender his firearms.

To enable the reporting of the domestic violence misdemeanor convictions (including
  all disposition types), the following work activities would be carried out:  (1) This Judicial Branch database of criminal history records will be reprogrammed to properly identify misdemeanor domestic violence arrests and convictions, and to transmit such information to POR; (2) This Judicial Branch database of active and terminated protective orders will be reprogrammed to receive conviction information from the CRMVS, properly identify qualifying misdemeanor convictions and the offender’s relationship to the victim, then transmit the offender identification and address information to NICS when applicable.  POR will also be reprogrammed to receive revocation status information from the SLFU, and to display such information for various criminal justice agencies; 
FED Grant ID:
2006-SK-BX-K004
TOTAL Project Cost
$113,630.00


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Year:
2006
FED Award:
$64,584.00
OPM Grant ID:
NCHIP0602
State Match:
$16,146.00
Agency:
Department of Public Safety
Title:NICS Interface - Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Convictions
Summary:To reduce the probability/potentiality of gun violence in domestic violence cases, the Connecticut Judicial Branch, Superior Court Operations Division will initiate a project: (1) to design and implement a system of transmitting information on misdemeanor domestic violence offenders to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), and (2) to develop an electronic communications system for state firearms regulatory officials to notify the courts when a defendant who is subject to a protective order has failed to properly surrender his firearms.

To enable the reporting of the domestic violence misdemeanor convictions (including
  all disposition types), the following work activities would be carried out:  (1) The Department of Public Safety employs various information systems to receive active protective orders from POR.  These systems will be reprogrammed to enable SLFU personnel to send revocation status information to POR.
FED Grant ID:
2006-SK-BX-K004
TOTAL Project Cost
$80,730.00






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