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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 62 . (Repealed)
Section 65. Disclosure of department licensing records

4 AAC 62.065. Disclosure of department licensing records

(a) The departments licensing records for a licensed child care facility are public unless

(1) otherwise made confidential by AS 14.37.110 , including

(A) material made confidential by state or federal statutes or regulations;

(B) material that is part of an incomplete licensing or complaint investigation;

(C) records that would deprive an applicant or licensee of a fair and impartial hearing;

(D) child abuse and neglect records under AS 14.17;

(E) criminal justice information under AS 12.62; and

(F) medical and psychological records;

(2) the records are protected by a privilege or principal recognized by the courts;

(3) the records disclosure would interfere with law enforcement proceedings.

(b) The department will ensure the security of confidential records by providing

(1) adequate procedures and facilities to protect confidential information from unauthorized access and from accidental or deliberate damage;

(2) procedures for screening, supervising, and disciplining agency personnel in order to minimize the risk of security violations;

(3) training to employees working with or having access to confidential information; and

(4) systems for and encouraging the public to review licensing records that are legally open, without disclosing confidential material.

(c) The department will follow the procedures contained in 6 AAC 96 for disclosure, denial, reconsideration, and appeal regarding agency records for verbal and written requests for licensing records under this section.

History: Eff. 2/8/2002, Register 161

Authority: AS 14.37.020

AS 14.37.110

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