110 CMR 13.04 - Public Access to C.I.U. Report

The Department's CRJ report shall remain confidential, and shall not be released to any person or entity outside the Department, except:

(1) that portion of the C.I.U. report which contains conclusions or recommendations may be released, in whole or in part, with all identifying data removed, if a written request is directed to the Commissioner and if the Commissioner determines that release of this portion, so redacted, would not be contrary to the best interests of the Department's client(s) or other involved parties, or effective law enforcement. In those limited number of cases where publicity accorded the events under investigation is so extensive that mere removal of identifying data would be insufficient to protect existing privacy interests, the report shall remain confidential; and
(2) members of the Department's Professional Advisory Committee may review C.I.U. reports in connection with their advisory function.


110 CMR 13.04

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