ACIC is the state agency responsible for providing information technology services to law enforcement and other criminal justice agencies in Arkansas.
The principal role of ACIC is the administration of a comprehensive data system that is accessible by criminal justice agencies in over 250 locations in Arkansas. This state system is interfaced with the FBI National Crime Information Center, as well as similar systems in the other 49 states. ACIC also collects and publishes statistics on crime, manages the crime victim notification system, and the state sex offender registry.
ACIC houses warrant, stolen property, driver license, criminal history, sex offender information along with other pertinent records. We offer technical support of the NCIC and messenger systems along with training Law Enforcement personnel how to utilize the systems and programs we provide; Justice Exchange, Alert Express, VINE, Mobile Patrol, DSI Lite Booking software, Leads OnLine Metal Theft. We pride ourselves in serving our Law Enforcement across the state.
With the exception of crime statistics, access to most data maintained in the ACIC system is restricted to governmental criminal justice officials for criminal justice purposes, and is specifically exempted from the Freedom of Information Act.
The authority for ACIC is contained in Arkansas law (A.C.A. ß 12-12-201 - 214; ß 12-12-1001 - 1015; ß 12-12-908 et seq.; and ß 12-12-1201).