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National Crime Information Center (NCIC) /
Originating Agency Identifier (ORI) Numbers

Each Georgia court has been assigned a unique NCIC / ORI number by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation which is used to identify a specific court location. The NCIC number is used by DDS to identify your court, post convictions to driver records correctly, and reimburse courts for convictions filed. A valid NCIC / ORI number contains a total of nine (9) alphanumeric characters, begins with "GA", and ends with "J". If your NCIC / ORI number does not follow this pattern, you must contact the GBI immediately and obtain a valid number. Contact information is as follows:

Georgia Crime Information Center
E-MAIL - GCICConn@gbi.ga.gov

Each court must provide a valid court NCIC / ORI number on each conviction filed to DDS. This includes the following documents:

  • DPS-32 Georgia Uniform Traffic Citation, Summons and Accusation
  • DPS-32C
  • DS-1242

Please provide the NCIC / ORI number on each document as follows:

  • For the DPS-32 – On the backside in the "Disposition and Sentence" section in the "Court" field, please indicate the court name and the court NCIC / ORI number.
  • For the DPS-32C – In the field "Court No.", please provide the court NCIC / ORI number instead of the 3-digit court code as these are no longer used by DDS. This form is being revised by DDS and the new form will provide a field specifically for the court NCIC / ORI.
  • For the DS-1242 - In the field "Court No.", please provide the court NCIC / ORI number instead of the 3-digit court code as these are no longer used by DDS. This form is being revised by DDS and the new form will provide a field specifically for the court NCIC / ORI.

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