A subject shall have the right to inspect, and if practicable, obtain a copy of all
criminal offender record information from the department that refers to the subject. The commissioner shall publish and furnish, upon request, guidelines for individuals
on how to correct inaccurate or incomplete information. Subject to appropriation, the department shall provide assistance to individuals
that have requested assistance to correct inaccurate or incomplete criminal offender
record information. Such assistance shall include but not be limited to cooperation with appropriate
entities to correct, modify or appropriately supplement criminal offender record information
that has been determined to be inaccurate or incomplete. If criminal offender record information is corrected by the office of the commissioner
of probation or the courts, any corrections made by such commissioner or court shall
be transmitted forthwith to the department and the department's database shall reflect
the corrected criminal offender record information.
Requestors shall prescribe reasonable hours and places for subjects to inspect their
criminal offender record information under subsection (f) of section 172 and shall impose such additional restrictions as are reasonably necessary both to
ensure the record's security and to verify the identities of those who seek to inspect
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