Idaho Statutes
pecnv.out

TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 30
CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORDS AND CRIME INFORMATION
67-3007.  Completeness, accuracy and security of criminal history records. (1) The department shall:
(a)  Adopt reasonable procedures to ensure that criminal justice information it maintains is accurate and complete;
(b)  Notify a criminal justice agency or persons known to have received information of a material nature that is inaccurate or incomplete;
(c)  Provide adequate procedures and facilities to protect criminal justice information from unauthorized access and from accidental or deliberate damage; and
(d)  Provide procedures for screening, supervising and disciplining department personnel in order to minimize the risk of security violations.
(2)  The department shall, by rule, adopt procedures for a person to review and challenge the accuracy and completeness of an Idaho criminal history record pertaining to that person. The rules shall provide for administrative review of any challenge and the necessary correction of inaccurate and incomplete information.
(3)  The department of health and welfare shall furnish monthly to the department without fee a listing showing the name, date of birth, and social security number of each Idaho resident who has died during the preceding month. The listing shall be used only for the administration of criminal justice and shall not be disseminated by the department.
(4)  The department shall review each year a sample of records held by randomly selected agencies to verify adherence to the requirements of this chapter and other applicable state and federal laws.
(5)  The department is immune from any civil or criminal liability arising from the accuracy or completeness of any records it receives from the federal bureau of investigation or another state central repository, if the department acts in good faith.

History:
[67-3007, added 1999, ch. 249, sec. 2, p. 643.]


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