24 CFR 1000.154 - How is the recipient to keep criminal conviction information confidential?

§ 1000.154 How is the recipient to keep criminal conviction information confidential?
(a) The recipient will keep all the criminal conviction record information it receives from the official law enforcement agencies listed in § 1000.150in files separate from all other housing records.
(b) These criminal conviction records will be kept under lock and key and be under the custody and control of the recipient's housing executive director/lead official and/or his designee for such records.
(c) These criminal conviction records may only be accessed with the written permission of the Indian tribe's or TDHE's housing executive director/lead official and/or his designee and are only to be used for the purposes stated in section 208 of NAHASDA and these regulations.

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