13 AAC 68.220 - Security violations
(a) A person may not have access to or disclose information relating to APSIN security procedures or programs unless specifically authorized by the department.
(b) The department will maintain for three years a record of the APSIN access code used to gain or attempt to gain access to criminal justice information maintained in APSIN. The department will, in its discretion, release the identity of the person for whom the APSIN access code is or was assigned, the date access was gained or attempted, and the nature of information to which access was gained or attempted to a
(1) law enforcement agency for a criminal investigation; or
(2) government unit described in 13 AAC 68.215(a) (1) - (a)
(3) that employs the person for whom the APSIN access code is or was assigned, for administrative review relating to violation of AS 12.62 or this chapter.
(c) In addition to action that can be taken under AS 12.62.200, violation of a provision of AS 12.62 or this chapter
(1) is grounds to
(A) deny or withdraw authorization described in 13 AAC 68.215(a) for the government unit that employs or employed the violator;
(B) deny or withdraw a security clearance described in 13 AAC 68.215(b);
(C) deny or disable an APSIN access code assigned under 13 AAC 28.215(f);
(2) may make the violator subject to administrative action, including employee discipline and termination; and
(3) may be subject to criminal sanctions under AS 11.
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