2006 Code of Virginia § 19.2-389.1 - Dissemination of juvenile record information
19.2-389.1. Dissemination of juvenile record information.
Record information maintained in the Central Criminal Records Exchangepursuant to the provisions of 16.1-299 shall be disseminated only (i) tomake the determination as provided in 18.2-308.2 and 18.2-308.2:2 ofeligibility to possess or purchase a firearm; (ii) to aid in the preparationof a pretrial investigation report prepared by a local pretrial servicesagency established pursuant to Article 5 ( 19.2-152.2 et seq.) of Chapter 9of this title, a presentence or post-sentence investigation report pursuantto 19.2-264.5 or 19.2-299 or in the preparation of the discretionarysentencing guidelines worksheets pursuant to subsection C of 19.2-298.01;(iii) to aid local community-based probation programs established pursuant tothe Comprehensive Community Corrections Act for Local-Responsible Offenders( 9.1-173 et seq.) with investigating or serving adult local-responsibleoffenders and all court service units serving juvenile delinquent offenders;(iv) for fingerprint comparison utilizing the fingerprints maintained in theAutomated Fingerprint Information System (AFIS) computer; (v) to attorneysfor the Commonwealth to secure information incidental to sentencing and toattorneys for the Commonwealth and probation officers to prepare thediscretionary sentencing guidelines worksheets pursuant to subsection C of 19.2-298.01; (vi) to any full-time or part-time employee of the State Police,a police department or sheriff's office that is a part of or administered bythe Commonwealth or any political subdivision thereof, and who is responsiblefor the prevention and detection of crime and the enforcement of the penal,traffic or highway laws of the Commonwealth, for purposes of theadministration of criminal justice as defined in 9.1-101; (vii) to theDepartment of Forensic Science to verify its authority to maintain thejuvenile's sample in the DNA data bank pursuant to 16.1-299.1; (viii) tothe Office of the Attorney General, for all criminal justice activitiesotherwise permitted and for purposes of performing duties required by theCivil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predators Act ( 37.2-900 et seq.); and(ix) to the Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission for research purposes.
(1993, cc. 468, 926; 1996, cc. 755, 870, 914; 2002, c. 701; 2003, cc. 107,432; 2005, cc. 868, 881, 914; 2006, c. 502.)
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