Criminal offender record information; Attorney General responsibilities
The Attorney General is responsible for the security of criminal offender record information. To this end, he or she shall:
(a) Establish regulations to assure the security of criminal offender record information from unauthorized access and disclosures by individuals and public and private agencies at all levels of operation in this state.
(b) Establish regulations to assure that this information is disseminated only in situations in which it is demonstrably required for the performance of an agency's or official's functions.
(c) Coordinate these activities with those of any interstate systems for the exchange of criminal offender record information.
(d) Cause to be initiated for employees of all agencies that maintain, receive, or are eligible to maintain or receive, criminal offender record information a continuing educational program in the proper use and control of criminal offender record information.
(e) Establish regulations as he or she finds appropriate to carry out his or her functions under this article.
(Amended by Stats. 2003, Ch. 470, Sec. 1.)