Clets Management Control Agreement

8 15152. The Ministry of Justice operates a national telecommunications system for law enforcement. (Added by Stats. 1965. 1595.) 15153. The system is managed by the Attorney General and is used exclusively for the official affairs of the State and the official affairs of a city, county, city and county or other public body. Intente legislative et la législation 1 CLETS PPPs, rev 10/08 (Added by Stats. 1965, chap. 1595.) 15154. The Attorney General shall appoint an advisory committee of the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System, hereinafter referred to as the committee, to advise and assist the Attorney General in the management of the system with respect to operating directives, service evaluation and system discipline.

The committee serves the Attorney General as it pleases without compensation, with the exception of reimbursement of necessary travel expenses. 4 29. October 2008 The language was changed to refer to the FBI`s CJIS security policy on encryption and firewall requirements. The language has been changed to refer to the FBI`s CJIS security policy on encryption and firewall requirements. June 25, 2008 The language of has been moved and modified in this section to allow for the secondary release of data accessed by the CLETS when the requirements are met. The language has been changed to allow CLETS to access the Internet when the requirements are met. 14 June 2005 Language was added to create a Security Contact Point (SPOC) position within each CLETS subscriber agency. The language has been added to define the requirement for CLETS hosting agencies to encrypt CLETS data via public networks.

The language has been added to define the requirement for a Management Control Agreement (MCA) for use with private contractors. There has also been a change of reference for the existing MCA for use with a public authority. 5 The language has been removed, prohibiting ACHS transmissions over wireless segments for routine traffic. v The language was changed to require a 90-day notification before the deletion of Mnemonik, which was inactive for nine months. The language that allowed a vocation has been removed. Language has been added to specify that CLETS data should be encrypted over public networks when a LAN/WAN is used. A language has been added to define the requirement that CLETS data must be encrypted via public networks when a DFÜ/wireless system is used. Vi LEGISLATIVE INTENT AND LAW California Government Code Chapter, Section 15150 to 15167, California Government Code, states that the Department of Justice must maintain a national telecommunications system for the use of law enforcement agencies. .