Filed Under: CORI, Legal
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The website has specific, easy-to-understand information on Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI).  Topics include: “What is CORI?”, “Your Rights”, “Getting my CORI”, “CORI under other names”, “How do I read it?”, “Who can see my CORI?” and many more. The website also informs how CORI laws relate to finding housing and employment. It has a “Crime Glossary,” which lists definitions of terms.

Individuals with questions regarding their CORI’s or any other legal information question can talk, via instant message, with a law librarian with the “Ask A Librarian” program that runs M – F: 9am – 4pm.

While every effort is made to provide current and accurate information for the agency descriptions and hours of operation, it is recommended to call the agency to verify the information before visiting.

Last updated November 3, 2021


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