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Concealed Handgun Permit Unit

Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information

Traffic Records Unit

NCIC/LLETS Access Unit

Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information

P.O. Box 66614, #A-6
Baton Rouge, LA 70896-6614

Internet Background Check


Authorization Form - to be used in conjunction with the appropriate Disclosure Form when requesting background checks

General Disclosure Form - to be submitted when an employer is requesting a background check on an employee

Rap Disclosure Form - is to be submitted when requesting background checks for various boards such as State Board of Medical Examiners, State Board of Nursing, La. Board of Pharmacy, State ABC Board, etc.

Right to Review Authorization Form - to be used when requesting a Right to Review pursuant to Louisiana Revised Statute 15:588 Right of Individual Access

Right to Review Disclosure Form - to be used in conjunction with the Right to Review Authorization form

Right to Review Attorney or Authorized Representative Form - to be used when applicant has authorized a personal representative or an attorney to request the Right to Review

Agency Privacy Requirements for Noncriminal Justice Applicants

Civil Agency User Agreement

CJIS Security Policy Appendix I References

Local Agency Security Officer (LASO) Appointment

Louisiana Noncriminal Justice Agency Guide

NCJA Training Documentation Form

Noncriminal Agency Coordinator (NAC)

Noncriminal Justice Applicant's Privacy Rights

OTS Information Security Policy

Privacy Act Statement

Security Incident Reporting Form

Statement of Misuse

Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS)

The Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information manages and oversees the Automated Fingerprint Identification System. AFIS is a statewide, automated fingerprint identification system, which is integrated with mugshot and computerized criminal history (CCH) information. The goal of this system is to provide real time identification of individuals at the time of booking, resulting in timely updates to the state's CCH, mugshot and fingerprint databases. All of this is accomplished in a paperless environment. The Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information provides operational management and technical assistance to the users of the system in addition to ensuring system operational compliance and quality control.

The AFIS system consists of over 100 livescan sites (booking facilities), and several Full Function Remote (FFR) sites that support the booking facilities. These FFR sites also provide law enforcement agencies with individual mugshots, mugshot lineups, and the ability to launch searches of unsolved latent prints against the State's tenprint fingerprint database.

Louisiana Computerized Criminal History system (LACCH)

The Louisiana Computerized Criminal History system is also maintained by the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information and contains arrest, disposition and incarceration information on individuals who have been arrested in the state of Louisiana. This system also contains information on individuals who have applied for certain positions which require a fingerprint based background check.

The goal of the system is to compile the most accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive arrest and disposition information for arrested persons and to make this information accessible to all criminal justice agencies. Criminal history information is a valuable tool for law enforcement, the courts, and corrections. Law enforcement agencies have the capability to make inquiries of this system electronically through the Louisiana Law Enforcement Message Switch (LEMS).

LACCH information is based completely on the fingerprint submission made at the time of arrest/booking. The best and most timely method to submit arrest information is through AFIS. The criminal history record can also be manually updated when the Bureau receives inked fingerprint cards from Sheriff's Offices and Police Departments not currently using AFIS.


The Bureau is also responsible for processing court ordered expungements which require modification of criminal history records. Court orders require that a criminal arrest and conviction record be removed from access. The processing of expungements is a complex procedure, requiring extensive man-hours.

State Sex Offender and Child Predator Registry (SOCPR)

The Bureau of Identification and Information also maintains the State Sex Offender and Child Predator Registry (SOCPR) which is a central repository for information on convicted sex offenders, child predators, and sexually violent predators. This information is received, monitored, updated, and disseminated according to state and federal law.

The goal of the registry is to compile the most accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive arrest and disposition information on convicted sex offenders, child predators, and sexually violent predators and to make this information readily available to the public as well as all authorized criminal justice agencies.

Louisiana Department of Corrections is responsible for obtaining and supplying the information necessary for the registration of sex offenders. This information is forwarded to the bureau and placed on the web site. This web site is accessible by both the public and law enforcement. The web site assists the public in determining the proximity of convicted sex offenders to various areas in their community. It provides an updated photograph in conjunction with registration and conviction information. The public can also ask questions about the Registry via e-mail or by calling a toll free number linked directly to Registry personnel.

Applicant Processing

Criminal history information, when authorized by law, is also available for applicants for various employment. Such things as schools and day cares, health care, social services, medical professionals, individuals working in the gaming industry and regulatory agencies require criminal history screenings.

Traffic Records Unit


The Traffic Records Unit is the central processing location for all accidents handled by Louisiana Department of Public Safety and State Police. The reports are processed by scanning the document into an "image" file and indexing it to allow electronic retrieval. Requests are received from the public, insurance companies, and attorneys for copies of the reports. These copies are available online at www.lsp.org and at each Troop.

Crash Reports

Louisiana State Police Crash Reports may be purchased online by clicking on the link below. Instructions for purchasing multiple crash reports in a single transaction are posted on our website.  Each crash report costs $8.50.  Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted methods of payment.  Once checkout is complete, customers will be able to print a PDF copy of the requested report(s).

For problems related to the purchase of online crash reports, please call 225-925-6156.

Crash reports may also be purchased in person at each local Troop Office.  Fatal crashes can ONLY be purchased in person at each local Troop Office.  You will be required to submit a Crash Request Form available on the link below when purchasing report(s) at a Troop.

Crash Request Online
Crash Request Form - Microsoft Word version
Crash Request Form - PDF version

Please allow ten (10) working days after the crash before submitting a request for a crash report.

To request photographs of the crash, the form should be submitted by fax or U.S. Mail to:

Office of State Police
Photo Lab, D-3
PO Box 66614
Baton Rouge, LA 70896
(225) 925-3518
(225) 925-4401 (fax)

Please allow fifteen (15) working days after the crash before submitting request for photographs.

NCIC/LLETS Access Unit

P.O. Box 66614, #A-4
Baton Rouge, LA 70896-6614

The Louisiana State Police, NCIC/LLETS Access Unit, pursuant to Federal Regulations, provides oversight to the informational exchange between the Louisiana Criminal Justice system users and their counterparts throughout the world. The Louisiana Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (LLETS) is managed by the Department of Public Safety and Corrections (DPS&C), Louisiana State Police, and allows various authorized Criminal Justice entities to access and exchange critical Criminal Justice information. The Department also oversees access to the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), the Interstate Identification Index (III), and the International Justice and Public Safety Network (NLETS). These various systems are loosely defined as the "Law Enforcement Network."

State Police is designated as the CJIS Systems Agency (CSA) for Louisiana. The CSA is required to "Manage" the operations of the Law Enforcement Network and ensure Criminal Justice information access to local, parish, federal, and other criminal justice interests. This network consists of various databases and computer networks that provide essential information to the Criminal Justice community in the completion of their Criminal Justice missions.

The CSA has established training materials that ensure users have an understanding of the requirements and policies of the system. This enhances the quality of the information exchanged as well as promotes operational compliance with system guidelines. Additionally, agencies are audited to monitor use and compliance with federal and state regulations. Monthly validations of entries ensure accuracy and validity of the stolen and wanted records that have been entered by the criminal justice agencies.

Another part of management of the system involves monitoring the informational exchange between Louisiana Law Enforcement agencies and NCIC / NLETS.

In conjunction with the Department of Public Safety Information Technology section, State Police manages the network to ensure integrity and security both in the transactions and the users. Currently there are over 22,225 certified users and over 22,251 devices.