2010 Pennsylvania Code
Chapter 91 - Criminal History Record Information
9131 - Security requirements for repositories.

                               SUBCHAPTER D

     9131.  Security requirements for repositories.

        Cross References.  Subchapter D is referred to in section
     9104 of this title.
     § 9131.  Security requirements for repositories.
        Every criminal justice agency collecting, storing or
     disseminating criminal history record information shall ensure
     the confidentiality and security of criminal history record
     information by providing that wherever such information is
     maintained, a criminal justice agency must:
            (1)  Institute procedures to reasonably protect any
        repository from theft, fire, sabotage, flood, wind or other
        natural or man-made disasters.
            (2)  Select, supervise and train all personnel authorized
        to have access to criminal history record information.
            (3)  Ensure that, where computerized data processing is
        employed, the equipment utilized for maintaining criminal
        history record information is solely dedicated to purposes
        related to the administration of criminal justice, or, if the
        equipment is not used solely for the administration of
        criminal justice, the criminal justice agency shall be
        accorded equal management participation in computer
        operations used to maintain the criminal history record
     (June 11, 1982, P.L.476, No.138, eff. 180 days)

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