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41-619.54 - Confidentiality of criminal record and central registry information; exception; reporting
41-619.54. Confidentiality of criminal record and central registry information; exception; reporting
A. All criminal history record information and central registry information that is maintained by the board is confidential, except that criminal history record information and central registry information may be disclosed pursuant to a determination for a good cause exception pursuant to section 41-619.55 or pursuant to a central registry exception pursuant to section 41-619.57.
B. Persons who are present at a good cause exception hearing or a central registry exception hearing shall not discuss or share any criminal history record information or central registry information outside of the good cause exception hearing.
C. Except as provided in subsection D of this section, criminal history record information, central registry information, good cause exception determinations and hearings and central registry exception determinations and hearings are exempt from title 39, chapter 1.
D. On or before December 1 of each year the board shall report the number of applications for a good cause exception and for a central registry exception and the number of good cause exceptions and central registry exceptions that were granted for the twelve month period ending September 30. The report shall itemize the number of applications and the number of applications granted for each of the sections listed in section 41-619.51, paragraph 5. For each of these sections, the report shall further itemize each offense listed in section 41-1758.03, subsections B and C and section 41-1758.07, subsections B and C for which a good cause exception was applied for and for which a good cause exception was granted. The board shall provide a copy of the report to the governor, the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate.