Okla. Admin. Code § 376:10-1-14 - Confidential records

(a) All records relating to complaints, and the investigation and disposition thereof shall be kept confidential. The records shall not be open to public inspection.
(b) Files of investigations shall not be subject to disclosure to the extent such files would not be discoverable under state law, are protected by evidentiary privilege, contain the record of a lawfully constituted executive session, or contain the notes or personally created materials otherwise exempt from disclosure or discovery under applicable laws.
(c) Transcripts of Council proceedings, relating to a complaint, and the investigation and disposition thereof, shall not be available to any person or entity, unless filed with a petition for discipline before the Court on the Judiciary.
(d) A docket listing of all complaints filed and action taken thereon shall be maintained by the Administrative Secretary. The docket shall be a confidential record.
(e) Confidential records may be disposed after five (5) years, unless otherwise directed by the Council. Disposal shall be made using a method that protects the confidentiality of the records. The docket shall be a permanent record.


Okla. Admin. Code § 376:10-1-14
Added at 16 Ok Reg 2533, eff 6-25-99

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