NCAOC provides ACIS and VCAP Inquiry Only classes to all bail bondsmen, attorneys, Remote Public Access customers and Department of Social Services employees. For information about training class dates contact the NCAOC Training Coordinator at 919-890-1366.
Adverse weather: To see if a class has been delayed due to current weather conditions, please call 919-890-1333.
The ACIS Public Inquiry Reference Guide explains how to use inquiry functions of the Automated Criminal/Infractions System (ACIS) to look up criminal charges and infractions in each county - by name or file number. It also includes directions on state wide name searches. The manual is intended for citizens who use computer terminals available at courthouses in North Carolina. In addition to step-by-step instructions, the manual also includes definitions for the fields displayed on each inquiry results screen.
How to Search Civil Court Records at Your Local Courthouse: This two-page quick reference guide provides instructions for the public who use the system to search the general status of civil court cases in the Civil Case Processing System (VCAP). Note that records are printed from the public access terminal in the clerk’s office in each county.
Combating Financial Exploitation: A New Tool (Nov. 2014)
The North Carolina General Assembly recently took action to expand and amend the state's legal framework for addressing financial exploitation of older adults and disabled adults. As part of this, the legislature changed the processes available when a report of elder financial exploitation is received (per Article 6A of Chapter 108A of the General Statutes). Learn how these legal changes could affect your work by viewing the one-hour webinar recording where experts discuss actual scenarios and answer questions. The NCAOC Organizational Development Division collaborated with a panel of North Carolina subject matter experts to design this one-hour webinar that will help improve your knowledge and understanding of the options available in cases involving disabled and older adults. The panel includes experts from The Department of Health and Human Services, The Department of Justice, UNC School of Government, and the NC Administrative Office of the Courts.