"Memo of Understanding Regarding Tcic Stolen License Plate and Tcic Stolen Vehicle Information" - Texas

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MEMO OF UNDERSTANDING REGARDING
TCIC STOLEN LICENSE PLATE
AND
TCIC STOLEN VEHICLE INFORMATION
I. This document constitutes an agreement between
the
Texas Department of Public Safety
and a criminal justice or
law
enforcement agency,
hereinafter
referred to as the User
Agency.
USERAGENCY:
---------------------------------
ADDRESS:
2.
This agreement
sets
forth the duties and
responsibilities
for the Department
of
Public
Safety and
the
User Agency.
3. The Department of Public Safety agrees to maintain, operate, and manage a file
of
vehicle license plate information exported from the Texas Crime
In
formation Center
(TCIC)
for
the
use of
the
User Agency.
4. The Department of
Public
Safety will ensure
that,
except in extraordinary circumstances,
the file will be updated
hourly. The
file name will incorporate the date and time the file
was created.
5.
The
User Agency
recognizes
there are
inherent
limitations in
matching
against
data
updated hourly.
Therefore,
if
the
User Agency gets a
"hit"
on
the
exported TC IC
information, the User Agency
agrees
to
conduct
a real-time check ofTCIC records to
confirm
that
the
hit record
still exists
in the live
TCJC
file.
The User Agency will follow
all Texas Crime Information Center/National Crime
Information
Center (TCIC/NCIC)
policies
for handling hits.
6. The
Department
of
Public Safety or the User Agency
may,
upon
30
days
notice,
in
writing,
terminate
this
agreement. User Agency correspondence
regarding
this agreement
should
be directed to:
Texas Department of
Public
Safety, MSC 0233
Crime
Records Service, TCIC Operations
PO
Box
4143
Austin, TX 78765-4143
MEMO OF UNDERSTANDING REGARDING
TCIC STOLEN LICENSE PLATE
AND
TCIC STOLEN VEHICLE INFORMATION
I. This document constitutes an agreement between
the
Texas Department of Public Safety
and a criminal justice or
law
enforcement agency,
hereinafter
referred to as the User
Agency.
USERAGENCY:
---------------------------------
ADDRESS:
2.
This agreement
sets
forth the duties and
responsibilities
for the Department
of
Public
Safety and
the
User Agency.
3. The Department of Public Safety agrees to maintain, operate, and manage a file
of
vehicle license plate information exported from the Texas Crime
In
formation Center
(TCIC)
for
the
use of
the
User Agency.
4. The Department of
Public
Safety will ensure
that,
except in extraordinary circumstances,
the file will be updated
hourly. The
file name will incorporate the date and time the file
was created.
5.
The
User Agency
recognizes
there are
inherent
limitations in
matching
against
data
updated hourly.
Therefore,
if
the
User Agency gets a
"hit"
on
the
exported TC IC
information, the User Agency
agrees
to
conduct
a real-time check ofTCIC records to
confirm
that
the
hit record
still exists
in the live
TCJC
file.
The User Agency will follow
all Texas Crime Information Center/National Crime
Information
Center (TCIC/NCIC)
policies
for handling hits.
6. The
Department
of
Public Safety or the User Agency
may,
upon
30
days
notice,
in
writing,
terminate
this
agreement. User Agency correspondence
regarding
this agreement
should
be directed to:
Texas Department of
Public
Safety, MSC 0233
Crime
Records Service, TCIC Operations
PO
Box
4143
Austin, TX 78765-4143
7.
The file
ofTCIC information
is
provided
to the
User Agency
for
criminal
justice
purposes only. Furthermore,
the
User Agency agrees
that the file
created
by
the
Department remains
a
TCIC file
and will
handle the information in the file
and all
activities
related
to
the information in the file
according to existing and
future
TCIC/NCIC policies.
8. The User Agency agrees
to indemnify
and save
harmless,
to
the
extent
the law
allows,
the
Texas
Department
of
Public Safety, its Director
and
employees from and
against any
and all claims,
demands,
actions and
suits,
including but not limited to
any
liability
for
damages by reason
of or arising out of
any
false arrest or
imprisonment
or any cause of
action whatsoever, arising out
of or involving any negligence
on
the part
of
the User
Agency
or
its employees in the exercise or
enjoyment of
the Agreement.
9.
No financial liability
will
be incurred by the Department
of Public Safety by virtue of
this
agreement beyond monies available
to it for the
purpose of
fulfilling this
agreement.
I 0. Each
party to
this agreement agrees
that
it shall
have no liability
whatsoever for the
actions and/or omissions of the other
party's
employees, officers, or agents, regardless of
where
the
individual's actions and/or omissions occurred.
Each
party is
solely
responsible for the
actions
and/or
omissions of its employees, officers, and agents;
however,
such responsibility is only
to
the extent required
by Texas law.
Where injury or
property
damage result from
the joint or concurring
acts
and/or
omissions of the parties,
any
liability
shall be shared
by
each
party in accordance
with
the
applicable Texas
law,
subject to all
defenses,
including
governmental immunity. These
provisions
are solely
for
the
benefit of the
parties hereto
and
not for
the benefit of any
person
or entity
not
a
party
hereto;
nor shall any
provision hereof
be
deemed a
waiver of any
defenses
available
by law.
11.
No
modification
or
amendment to this agreement
shall
become valid unless in writing
and
signed
by both parties.
12.
This agreement constitutes
the
entire
agreement between the parties
with regard
to
the
matters made the
subject of
this
agreement.
There
are
no
other verbal or written
covenants, agreements,
understandings,
representations,
warranties, or restrictions
between
the
parties.
No
rights
or obligations shall be
implied.
13.
Neither
party may
assign or
transfer this
agreement or any
interest in this
agreement
without the written consent of
the
other
party.
14. This
agreement
does not
create any rights in
any
person or entity other than
the
Texas
Department
of
Public
Safety and
the
User Agency.
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the following
information regarding
the User Agency
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be
the
primary point
of contact accessing
the FTP
site.
Agency
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Name:
User Phone Number:
User
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Address:
This agreement wi II become
effective on
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Each person
signing
this
agreement
represents
and warrants that he/she
has full
and complete
authority to
sign
this
agreement on
behalf of the
governmental entity.
In WITNESS
WJIEREOF,
the parties hereto caused
this
agreement to
be executed
by the
proper officers and officials.
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DEPARTMENT
OF
PUBLIC
SAFETY
USER AGENCY
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