Control Terminal

The Control Terminal (CT) unit is responsible for the operation of the Wyoming Criminal Justice Information Network (WCJIN) and as such is the state's Control Terminal Agency for the FBI's National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (NLETS). The unit also functions as the state's Missing Person Clearinghouse.

38th Annual Missing Children's Day Poster Contest. 5th grade students from all of Wyoming's schools are invited to participate in the state level contest. The 1st place overall poster for the state will be submitted to the national contest. The national winner will win a trip to Washington, D.C. for the student, parent/guardians and the student's teacher to participate in the U.S. DOJ National Missing Children's Day ceremony. At the bottom of this page is the 2021 Letter to Teachers, contest packet and a flyer with more information. The deadline for state submission in January 31st, 2021. Here is the winning poster from the 37th annual contest:



In May, 2016, The Control Terminal was reduced in personnel and duties. It is now manned Monday through Friday, 8-5. Most of the previous 24/7 duties are now provided by the Wyoming Highway Patrol Dispatch Center. The CT's primary duties are to monitor the NCIC/NLETS traffic statewide between all law enforcement agencies, quality control entries made into NCIC and/or the Wyoming Warrant system, train/certify users on the WCJIN/NCIC/NLETS system, and they also conduct Criminal Justice and Non-Criminal Justice audits to ensure agency compliance with Wyoming and FBI polices and procedures. 
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Jeff Cullen,
Dec 9, 2020, 7:33 AM
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Flyer.pdf
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Jeff Cullen,
Dec 9, 2020, 7:33 AM