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     23-5-11.   Confidential criminal justice information not subject to inspection--Exception. Confidential criminal justice information and criminal history information are specifically exempt from disclosure pursuant to §§ 1-27-1 to 1-27-1.15, inclusive, and may be withheld by the lawful custodian of the records. Information, if maintained, about calls for service revealing the date, time, and general location and general subject matter of the call is not confidential criminal justice information and shall be released to the public unless the information contains criminal intelligence, identity information that would jeopardize an ongoing investigation, or identity information associated with a mental health or a chemical dependency or abuse intervention. The provisions of this section do not supersede more specific provisions regarding public access or confidentiality elsewhere in state or federal law.

Source: SL 1986, ch 189, § 2; SL 2004, ch 161, § 2; SL 2009, ch 10, § 18; SL 2014, ch 112, § 1.


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