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  43.532.  Use of records, limitations — authority of central records repository to retain information — unlawful obtaining of information, penalty. — 1.  Criminal history and identification records obtained from the central repository shall be used solely for the purpose for which they were obtained.  The subject of the record shall be afforded the opportunity to challenge the correctness, accuracy, or completeness of a criminal history record.

  2.  The central records repository shall have authority to engage in the practice of collecting, assembling, or disseminating criminal history record information for the purpose of retaining manually or electronically stored criminal history information.  Any person obtaining criminal history record information from the central repository under false pretense, or who advertises or engages in the practice of collecting, assembling, and disseminating as a business enterprise, other than for the purpose of furnishing criminal history information to the authorized requester for its intended purpose, is guilty of a class A misdemeanor.


(L. 2003 S.B. 184)

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