The State Authorized Risk Assessment Tool for Sex Offenders (SARATSO) shall be administered by the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to assess every eligible person who is incarcerated in state prison and every eligible person who is on parole if the person was not assessed prior to release from state prison). The Department of Mental Health shall administer the SARATSO to assess every eligible person who is committed to that department.
(a)-(b) All DNA and forensic identification profiles and other identification information or biological samples retained by the Department of Justice are exempt from any law requiring disclosure of information to the public or return of biological specimens, samples, or print impressions.
(e) Terms of imprisonment are subject to recall and reconsideration if any physician employed by the department determines, and subsequently notifies the chief medical officer, that a prisoner has six months or less to live or is permanently medically incapacitated. If the chief medical officer concurs with the prognosis, he or she shall notify the warden of the re-sentencing proceedings. The warden shall then provide the prisoner and his or her family member, agent, or emergency contact updated information throughout the recall and re-sentencing procedures.
The Department of Justice is required to make information about registered sex offenders available online, including date of birth. (a)(3) The State Dept. of Mental Health shall provide to the Sex Offender Tracking Program the names of all offenders committed to or released from its custody.
All records regarding the acquisition and disposition of dangerous drugs and devices by any licensed entity must be maintained onsite and be readily retrievable. Such records must be maintained for 3 years.
All records of prescriptions filled by a pharmacy and records pertaining to dangerous drugs and devices must be maintained onsite and available for inspection by authorized law officers for at least 3 years.
Department of Justice shall maintain summary criminal histories, which may include health information. The Attorney General has broad discretion to share this information with law enforcement agencies, as well as health officers.
(a)(1) If a defendant is found mentally incompetent, the trial judgment shall be suspended until the defendant becomes mentally competent. The court clerk shall notify the Department of Justice of any finding of mental incompetence to be included in the defendant's state summary criminal history information, if it is pertaining to a defendant required to register as a sex offender.
Unless an applicant's disability is readily observable and uncontested, a certificate signed by an authorized health care practitioner attesting to the disability must be submitted to the department before a distinguishing placard is issued to a disable person or veteran. The certifying health care practitioner must retain information supporting the certificate and make such information available for inspection by the Medical Board upon request by the department.