Subchapter M - RELEASE HEARINGS
- § 705.1301 - How are terms in this subchapter defined?
- § 705.1303 - Does the designated perpetrator have the right to appeal?
- § 705.1305 - How is the designated perpetrator notified of the intent to release?
- § 705.1307 - What is the designated perpetrator's role during an administrative review?
- § 705.1309 - Are administrative reviews open to the general public?
- § 705.1311 - Who is notified of the confidential decision?
- § 705.7101 to 705.7123 - [Repealed]
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- §705.7101 - What is the purpose of this subchapter?
- §705.7103 - To which investigations does this subchapter apply?
- §705.7105 - What definitions apply to this subchapter?
- §705.7107 - Who has the right to obtain all or part of confidential case records maintained by DFPS?
- §705.7109 - Are there others who may have access to APS records?
- §705.7111 - When may case records be released under this subchapter?
- §705.7113 - When may DFPS withhold records to which the requester is otherwise entitled?
- §705.7115 - What other way may records be accessed?
- §705.7117 - Are records redacted before release?
- §705.7119 - What are the procedures for requesting access to confidential information?
- §705.7121 - Who has access to videotapes, audiotapes, and photographs?
- §705.7123 - Do records lose their confidential status when released under Chapter 48 of the Human Resources Code or this subchapter?