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Wyoming Statutes Title 7. Criminal Procedure § 7-1-102. Record of information for ascertaining condition of crime in state

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All town, city, county and state law enforcement agencies, district courts, courts of limited jurisdiction, district attorneys, state adult and juvenile correctional institutions and state and local probation and parole agencies shall maintain a public record of crime and criminals and the operation of the criminal justice system. ?The attorney general shall provide uniform forms for reporting all information necessary to obtain reliable statistics to ascertain the true condition of the crime situation in the state. ?The officer, agency or court shall furnish the information requested by the attorney general, except that upon implementation of a case management system in a circuit or district court that has the capability of transferring information electronically, the supreme court shall, on behalf of the circuit or district court, furnish the abstract of the court record to the attorney general as required under W.S. 7-19-107(k).

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