Central Records is responsible for the maintenance of the
active and inactive commitment records. Responsibilities
include: maintaining active and inactive commitment
records; providing affidavits for habitualization and repeat
offenders in court cases; preparing public records
requests from active and inactive files; staffing and responding
to the Central Office information/locator file; and converting inactive records
to microfiche for permanent retention.
In 1995-96, Central Records implemented a procedure to eliminate inactive
warehouse backlogs by July 1997.