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What is Ma CORI?
A name-based criminal record check (CORI) returns information on available Massachusetts arraignments. This type of criminal record check is done by submitting the name and date of birth for a person.
What does Dcjis stand for?
Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (DCJIS)
What does CORI stand for?
Criminal Offender Record Information
CORI: the term “CORI” is an abbreviation for Criminal Offender Record Information.
How much does a CORI check cost in MA?
$25 per request
|Personal CORI request
|Open access CORI request
|Affidavit of indigency
How many years does a CORI check go back in Massachusetts?
CORI (Criminal Offender Records Information) Background Checks. Felony convictions are included in CORI reports only for ten years after final disposition (including termination of any period of incarceration).
How do I get my criminal record in Massachusetts?
A requester can check with the office of the clerk of court of the trial court. Criminal records search can be carried out at the state’s department of police, or the office of the county sheriff. An on-demand court record is also possible because of the digitization of these records.
How do I get a CORI check in MA?
To request your CORI record, you must submit a CORI Request Form to the Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (DCJIS). Or, you can use the Department of Criminal Justice Information Services’ new online criminal history request service called iCORI.
How do I check my criminal record in Massachusetts?
How do I get a copy of my criminal record in Massachusetts?
How can I check my criminal record in Massachusetts?
How do I get a copy of my MA CORI?
Download the Personal CORI Request Form from the Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (DCJIS) website. Or call DCJIS at 617-660-4600 (for TTY, call 617-660-4606) to get the form by mail. It is important to print neatly. DCJIS may send back forms that are hard to read.