2021 Wyoming Statutes
Title 7 - Criminal Procedure
Chapter 19 - Criminal History Records
Article 1 - In General
Section 7-19-109 - Inspection; Deletion or Modification of Information.
7-19-109. Inspection; deletion or modification of information.
(a) An individual has the right to inspect all criminal history record information located within this state which refers to him. The record subject may apply to the district court for an order to purge, modify or supplement inaccurate or incomplete information. Notification of each deletion, amendment or supplementary notation shall be promptly disseminated to any person or agency which received a copy of the record in question during the previous twelve (12) month period as well as the person whose record has been altered.
(b) Criminal justice agencies may prescribe reasonable hours and places for inspection of criminal history record information and may impose additional restrictions, including fingerprinting, reasonably necessary to both assure the records' security and to verify the identities of those who seek to inspect the records.
(c) When an application for inspection of criminal history record information is received by a criminal justice agency the agency shall determine whether a record pertaining to the applicant is maintained. If a record is maintained, the agency shall inform the applicant of the existence of the record and inform him of the procedure for examining the record. Upon verification of his identity, the applicant or his authorized representative shall be allowed to examine the record pertaining to him and to receive a true copy.