Montecito Union ESD | E 4212.62 Personnel
Maintenance Of Criminal Offender Records
Sample Employee Statement Form Use Of Criminal Justice Information
As an employee of Montecito Union School District, you may have access to confidential criminal record information which is controlled by statute. Misuse of such information may adversely affect the individual's civil rights and violates the law. Penal Code 502 prescribes the penalties related to computer crimes. Penal Code 11105 and 13300 identify who has access to criminal history information and under what circumstances it may be released. Penal Code 11140-11144 and 13301-13305 prescribe penalties for misuse of criminal history information. Government Code 6200 prescribes the felony penalties for misuse of public record and CLETS (California Law Enforcement Telecommunication System) information. Penal Code 11142 and 13303 state:
Any person authorized by law to receive a record or information obtained from a record who knowingly furnishes the record or information to a person not authorized by law to receive the record or information is guilty of a misdemeanor.
Any employee who is responsible for such misuse may be subject to immediate dismissal. Violations of this law may also result in criminal and/or civil action.
I HAVE READ THE ABOVE AND UNDERSTAND THE POLICY REGARDING MISUSE OF CRIMINAL RECORD INFORMATION.
Exhibit MONTECITO UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT
version: April 27, 2004 Santa Barbara, California