The Warrant & Disposition Toolkit provides solution sets for many common issues related to an originating agency's reporting of warrant and disposition records to the state criminal history repository. The Toolkit is a product of the Warrant and Disposition Management (W&D) project, which was awarded to the NCSC and SEARCH by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA).
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The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) is an independent non-profit corporation with the mission to improve the administration of justice through leadership and service to state courts and to justice systems around the world. Founded by the Conference of Chief Justices in 1971, the NCSC is the preeminent judicial reform organization in the United States and a national and global leader in helping courts improve the administration of justice and delivery of services. The NCSC is governed by a diverse Board of Directors consisting of 26 members elected by the state chief justices and state court administrators. Its professional and administrative staff is located at the organization’s headquarters in Williamsburg, Virginia and in offices in Denver, Colorado; Arlington, Virginia; and Washington, D.C.
SEARCH is a nonprofit membership organization with nearly 40 years of experience supporting the information sharing, interoperability, information technology, cybercrime and criminal records systems needs of justice and public safety agencies and practitioners in all 50 states. SEARCH was founded in 1969 and incorporated in 1974. Corporate oversight is provided by the SEARCH Membership Group, comprised of gubernatorial appointees from the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the territories. Since 1976, SEARCH has conducted a national program of in-house and on-site technical assistance and training to state, local and tribal justice and public safety agencies.