2010 Tennessee Code
Title 38 - Prevention And Detection Of Crime
Chapter 6 - Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
Part 1 - General Provisions
38-6-120 - Criminal history information compiled from intrastate sources Fees.

38-6-120. Criminal history information compiled from intrastate sources Fees.

(a)  Criminal history information compiled by the Tennessee bureau of investigation (TBI) from intrastate sources shall be available on a priority basis to criminal justice agencies for criminal justice purposes free of charge. After providing the TBI with all known identifying information, persons in the private sector and noncriminal justice agencies may be provided criminal history information upon tender of fees as established in subsection (b), and in the manner prescribed by rule of the TBI. Such fees are to offset expenditures related to operational costs of the TBI. Any access to criminal history information by the private sector or noncriminal justice agencies as provided in this subsection (a) shall be assessed without regard to the quantity or category of criminal history record information requested. Fees may be reduced by the director of the TBI for good cause shown.

(b)  The fee per record for criminal history information provided pursuant to this section is twenty-nine dollars ($29.00) per name submitted.

[Acts 2004, ch. 552, § 1.]  

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