CJIS Vendor Management Program - Disqualifying Criteria
The CJIS Security Policy governs the Colorado Bureau of Investigation's decision-making process when evaluating vendor employees for access to criminal justice information (CJI) and participation in the Vendor Management Program. Section 220.127.116.11.4-5 of the policy states that:
"A Contractor employee found to have a criminal record consisting of felony conviction(s) shall be disqualified. [...] Applicants shall also be disqualified on the basis of confirmations that arrest warrants are outstanding for such applicants."
If a felony conviction and/or outstanding arrest warrant is discovered for a Vendor Management Program applicant, the Vendor Administrator will be notified that the applicant is not authorized to participate in the program and shall not have physical, logical, or situational access to criminal justice data. Under CJIS Security Policy section 18.104.22.168.3, the denial of access can be appealed to the CBI.
If any criminal record is found and a final disposition is not present, the CBI will deny the individual CJI access and the applicant will be declared ineligible for the program. Appeal instructions will be provided to the applicant.
Please note: while an applicant may qualify for the Vendor Management Program, individual criminal justice agencies reserve the right to conduct further background investigations into contracted personnel and impose more stringent criteria for accessing their facilities and/or data.
For more information, please contact the CJIS Vendor Management Program team at (303) 239-4222 or email@example.com.