What is CORI? C.O.R.I. is; Criminal Offender Record Information, which consists of records and data in any communicable form compiled by a Massachusetts criminal justice agency about an identifiable individual that relate to:
- Nature or disposition of a criminal charge,
- An arrest,
- A pre-trial proceeding,
- Other judicial proceedings,
Does not include juvenile history, except for charges on which a juvenile was adjudicated as an adult.
For additional information, or answers to questions not found on this site, please contact the Constituent Assistance & Research Call Center at (617) 660-4640 Monday thru Friday, 8:00AM-6:00PM or you can email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Information About CORI
The iCORI database consists of information obtained from the Office of the Commissioner of Probation (OCP), a subdivision of the Administrative Office of the Trial Court (AOTC). Accordingly, OCP is the only state agency that can change information that appears in the iCORI database. Further, only OCP can seal Adult Criminal Records. For further information you may contact OCP directly at: (617)727-5300.
Please click the link above to request a criminal record.
Below are links to some helpful information on the Massachusetts CORI Law:
Requesting Criminal Records
I Want to Request My Own CORI
I Want to Request Someone Else's CORI
**Please note: All CORI fees paid by mail must be made by bank check or money order made payable to the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.**