Project Description

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Mission

The Criminal Case Data Exchange (CDX) Board is an advisory board created for the benefit of the judicial and executive branches of this state’s government to facilitate the compliance efforts of the various judicial agencies, judicial subdivisions, applicable courts, applicable clerks, and applicable executive branch officers, departments, and agencies with the criminal case data transmission requirements.

Objectives

The CDX Board meets regularly to perform its duties. It reviews and participates in the improvement of this state’s criminal case data exchange and management systems. Using the combined expertise and experience of its members, it provides regular advice and counsel to criminal justice partners and enables its members to carry out their statutory duties related to criminal case data exchange. The board regularly reviews and updates uniform standards for the creation and transmission of criminal history data among local and state criminal justice agencies. This includes processes and procedures that criminal justice agencies must adopt to provide for the transmission and acceptance of such data among these agencies and the Georgia Crime Information Center.

Criminal Case History data includes arrests, indictments, accusations, information, and other formal charges along with final dispositions and convictions. The Board reports to leaders of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government on its progress in developing standards and makes recommendations for the improvement of criminal history data sharing for the benefit of the public, employers, and law enforcement.

Mission

The Criminal Case Data Exchange (CDX) Board is an advisory board created for the benefit of the judicial and executive branches of this state’s government to facilitate the compliance efforts of the various judicial agencies, judicial subdivisions, applicable courts, applicable clerks, and applicable executive branch officers, departments, and agencies with the criminal case data transmission requirements.

Objectives

The CDX Board meets regularly to perform its duties. It reviews and participates in the improvement of this state’s criminal case data exchange and management systems. Using the combined expertise and experience of its members, it provides regular advice and counsel to criminal justice partners and enables its members to carry out their statutory duties related to criminal case data exchange. The board regularly reviews and updates uniform standards for the creation and transmission of criminal history data among local and state criminal justice agencies. This includes processes and procedures that criminal justice agencies must adopt to provide for the transmission and acceptance of such data among these agencies and the Georgia Crime Information Center.

Criminal Case History data includes arrests, indictments, accusations, information, and other formal charges along with final dispositions and convictions. The Board reports to leaders of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government on its progress in developing standards and makes recommendations for the improvement of criminal history data sharing for the benefit of the public, employers, and law enforcement.

Contact Us

CDX Contact Form

Resources

Board Members

  • Shannon Weathers – Executive Director – Council of Superior Court Judges

  • Bob Bray – Executive Director – Council of State Court Judges

  • Mike Holiman – Executive Director – Council of Superior Court Clerks

  • Pete Skandalakis – Executive Director – Prosecutor’s Attorney Council (PAC)

  • Rita Rocker – Deputy Director (Designee of Chairperson Terry Barnard) – State Board of Pardons & Paroles

  • Rob Thrower – Legislative Liaison (Designee of Commissioner Tyrone Oliver) – Department of Corrections (GDC)

  • Phil Sellers – Chief Information Officer (CIO) (Designee of Commissioner Michael Nail) – Community Supervision (DCS)

  • Chris Hosey – Director – Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI)

  • Richard Dunn – Director – Office of Planning and Budget (OPB)

  • Ben Luke – Chief Technology Officer (Designee of Director Clanton) – Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC)

  • Shawnzia Thomas – Chief Information Officer (CIO) – Georgia Technology Authority (GTA)

  • Terry Norris – Executive Director – Georgia Sheriff’s Association

  • Butch Ayers – Executive Director – Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police

  • Wade Padgett – Superior Court Judge, Court of Appeals

  • Joseph Cushner – State Court Judge, Bulloch County – Governor Appointee

  • Greg Allen – Superior Court Clerk of Forsyth County – Governor Appointee

  • Marie Broder – District Attorney, Griffin Circuit – Governor Appointee

  • Pat Labat – Sheriff of Fulton County – Governor Appointee

  • Gary Yandura – Police Chief of Brookhaven – Governor Appointee