Record Series Abstract
This series includes the TBI Drug Offender Registry as outlined in TCA 39-17-436. The registry shall consist of the person's name, date of birth, offense or offenses requiring the person's inclusion on the registry, the conviction date and county of those offenses.
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Retention End Action
This record series will cut-off when an individual is removed from the registry and will be retained for 15 years. Records in this series are generated in paper and/or electronic format, however; any paper copy may be destroyed once verification for completion and accuracy is complete. The underlying judgments and documentation used for placement on the DOR are maintained in separate computerized criminal repositories and kept indefinitely. RDA 1686 (State Identification File) governs the disposition of those records. Under RDA 1686, the records shall be maintained active until death, or the subject reaches ninety-nine (99) years of age.
901 R.S. Gass Blvd., Nashville, TN 37216
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2005 to current
Information Shared Outside the State
Law Enforcement Agencies and the Public
Yes - Original
Essential Record Stored
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, 901 R.S. Gass Blvd., Nashville, TN 37216
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Does this Record Series Contain Sensitive Information?
Retention Legal Citation
39-17-436 TBI Drug Offender Registry
Electronic Records Plan Inventory
DOR - TBI/TID (Technology and Innovation Division) Data Storage Complex.
The DOR is stored on the TBI data storage complex which is comprised of high availability Dell EMC VMAX Flash storage units.
The DOR's repository is maintained on Microsoft SQL Server databases. The database is configured as High Availability Cluster. The database is monitored or integrity, performance, and growth by TBI Database Administration.
DOR - 901 R.S Gass Blvd., Nashville, TN 37216.
The Drug Offender Registry procedure: TBI TID System and Data Recovery Summary. Regularly schedule routines performing automate backups to the TBI TID Data Storage complex. This storage complex actively replicates all production data from the TBI Central Data Center to the alternate State of Tennessee DR Data Center. This creates primary and alternate source of data backup for repositories. Either of these data backups, local or replicated can be used for local recovery of databases. The Information Systems and CJIS Divisions also maintain an alternate processing site for redundant backup of critical systems in the State of Tennessee Data Center located in Smyrna. The backup and restoration of systems critical and non-critical, are continuously backed up and are capable of being restored simultaneously.
The Drug Offender Registry Disaster Recovery: TBI TID System and Data Recovery Summary. Routines are Regularly scheduled for automated backups to the TBI TID Data Storage complex. This storage complex actively replicates all production data from the TBI Central Data Center to the alternated State of Tennessee DR Data Center. This creates primary and alternate source of stat backup for repositories. Wither of these data backups, local or replicated can be used for local recovery of databases. The Information Systems and CJIS Divisions also maintain an alternate processing site for redundant backup of critical systems in the State of Tennessee Data Center located in Smyrna. The backup and restoration of systems is such that all production systems, critical and non-critical, are continuously backed up and are capable of being restored simultaneously.
Data Migration Description
The Drug Offender Registry is considered critical to the operations of TBI information systems and is included in the state approved TBI Disaster Recovery plan.
Records Management Division (RMD)
No recommended changes.
Tennessee State Library and Archives
No recommended changes.
Comptroller Audit Review
We have reviewed RDA 11453 from an audit standpoint. We concur with the recommended retention and disposition specifications.
Agency Records Officer
RDA 11453 is a request to create an RDA. The retention period will be fifteen years and then destroy. The format will be electronic. Recommend approval of the request to create RDA 11453.