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§ 132-1. “Public records” defined.
§ 132-1.1. Confidential communications by legal counsel to public board or agency; State tax information; public enterprise billing information; Address Confidentiality Program information.
§ 132-1.2. Confidential information.
§ 132-1.3. Settlements made by or on behalf of public agencies, public officials, or public employees; public records.
§ 132-1.4. Criminal investigations; intelligence information records; Innocence Inquiry Commission records.
§ 132-1.5. 911 database.
§ 132-1.6. Emergency response plans.
§ 132-1.7. Sensitive public security information.
§ 132-1.8. Confidentiality of photographs and video or audio recordings made pursuant to autopsy.
§ 132-1.9. Trial preparation materials.
§ 132-1.10. Social security numbers and other personal identifying information.
§ 132-1.11. Economic development incentives.
§ 132-1.12. Limited access to identifying information of minors participating in local government parks and recreation programs.
§ 132-2. Custodian designated.
§ 132-3. Destruction of records regulated.
§ 132-4. Disposition of records at end of official's term.
§ 132-5. Demanding custody.
§ 132-5.1. Regaining custody; civil remedies.
§ 132-6. Inspection and examination of records.
§ 132-6.1. Electronic data-processing records.
§ 132-6.2. Provisions for copies of public records; fees.
§ 132-7. Keeping records in safe places; copying or repairing; certified copies.
§ 132-8. Assistance by and to Department of Cultural Resources.
§ 132-8.1. Records management program administered by Department of Cultural Resources; establishment of standards, procedures, etc.; surveys.
§ 132-8.2. Selection and preservation of records considered essential; making or designation of preservation duplicates; force and effect of duplicates or copies thereof.
§ 132-9. Access to records.
§ 132-10. Qualified exception for geographical information systems.