8 15152. The Department of Justice has a national telecommunications system for the use of law enforcement services. (Added by Stats. 1965. J.C. 1595.) 15153. The system is used under the direction of the Attorney General and exclusively for the official activity of the state and the official non-work of each city, county, city and county or any other public body. Legislative Initiative and Legislation 1 CLETS PPPs, rev 10/08 (added by Stats. 1965, Ch.
1595.) The Attorney General appoints an advisory committee of the California telecommunications system, known as the committee, to assist in the management of the system in terms of operational guidelines, service evaluation and system discipline. The committee is intended for the Attorney General without compensation, with the exception of reimbursement of the necessary travel expenses. 3 EXHIBIT D2 PRIVATE MANAGEMENT CONTROLAGREGRE EXHIBIT E INTERAGENCY AGREEMENTEXHIBIT F RELEASE OF CLETS INFORMATIONEXHIBIT G RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT 46 48 48 51 55 55 57 58 iii SECTION SUBJECT EXHIBIT H MSC/COSTS AND USERS AND REQUIREMENTS 59 EXHIBIT I EMPLOY E/VOLUNTEER STATEMENT FORM 60 EXHIBIT J CLETS MISUSE INVESTIGATION REPORTING FORM 61 GLOSSARY of the terms 62 INDEX Index 67 iv CLETS policies , PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY — POLICY CHANGES Approved at the recent CLETS Advisory Committee meeting are reflected in the body of this document. The following paragraphs have been affected and the changes are summarized below. Be sure to refer to each specific section of the PPPs to read the full details of the revisions. 5 language was removed that did not allow ACHS transmissions via wireless segments for routine traffic. v Language has been amended to require a 90-day delay before the removal of inactive mnemonics for nine months. The language that authorizes a complaint has been removed. Language has been added to define the requirement that CLETS data must be encrypted via public networks when a READG/WAN is used. Language has been added to define the requirement that CLETS data must be encrypted on public networks when a wireless/DF system is used. RIGHT INTENT AND LAW california Government Code Chapter , Section 15150 through 15167, california Government Code stipulates that the Department of Justice has a national telecommunications system for the use of law enforcement services. The chapter is quoted as follows: CHAPTER california LAW ENFORCEMENT TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (CHAPTER added by Stats.) 10 (Added by Stats.
1965, Ch. 1595; modified by Stats. 2002, Ch. 545) 15156. The Department of Justice provides the Committee with an Executive Secretary. (Added by Stats. 1965, Ch. 1595.) 15157.
The committee elects a chair for a term to be determined by the Committee. (Added by Stats. 1965, Ch. 1595.) The committee meets at least twice a year at a date and place to be set by the Attorney General and the Chair. Extraordinary meetings may be convened by the Attorney General or the President by a minimum of 14 days for members.