(a) Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, notwithstanding any other provision of this subtitle, a criminal justice unit and the Central Repository may not maintain or disseminate criminal history record information in a way that is inconsistent with § 3-8A-27 of the Courts Article .
(b) Notwithstanding § 3-8A-27(a) of the Courts Article , criminal history record information on a child and a record of the fingerprinting of a child required under § 10-216(d) of this subtitle need not be maintained separate from such records on adults.
(c) For juveniles arrested and brought to the Baltimore City Juvenile Justice Center for intake processing, identification, and assessment, the Department of Juvenile Services may:
(1) submit fingerprints to the Criminal Justice Information System Central Repository; and
(2) obtain juvenile data described under § 9-229 of the Human Services Article.
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