Information shall be disclosed to the protection and advocacy agency charged with protecting and advocating the rights of people with disabilities for the purposes of investigating incidents of abuse or neglect of persons with disabilities.
If the agency determines that information requested pursuant to Section 1798.34 is exempt from access, it shall inform the individual in writing of the agency's finding that disclosure is not required by law.
The Information Practices Act does not alter any law or judicial provision which authorizes an individual to gain Access toy law enforcement record or authorizes discovery in criminal or civil litigation.
Upon the patient's written request, any corporation that compiles or maintains medical information for any reason, shall provide the patient, at no charge, with a copy of any medical profile, summary, or information maintained by the corporation or entity with respect to the patient.
If a parent provides written consent, a school district may allow the identified person to access pupil records. The recipient of records may not further disclose information without written consent from the parent.
The presiding officer shall exclude information that is subject to a claim of privilege if:(1) the person from whom the information is sought is not a person authorized to claim the privilege; and (2) there is no party to the proceeding who is a person authorized to claim the privilege. The presiding officer may not exclude information if (1) he is instructed by a person authorized to permit disclosure; or (2) the proponent of the evidence establishes that there is no person authorized to claim the privilege in existence.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, access to records and information pertaining to a minor child, including, but not limited to, medical, dental, and school records, shall not be denied to a parent because that parent is not the child's custodial parent.