Missouri Revised Statutes Title XXII. Occupations and Professions § 324.017. Disclosure of complaints, requirements
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1. Contrary provisions of the law notwithstanding, no complaint, investigatory report, or information received from any source must be disclosed prior to its review by the appropriate agency.
2. At its discretion an agency may disclose complaints, completed investigatory reports, and information obtained from state administrative and law enforcement agencies to a licensee or license applicant in order to further an investigation or to facilitate settlement negotiations.
3. Information obtained from a federal administrative or law enforcement agency shall be disclosed only after the agency has obtained written consent to the disclosure from the federal administrative or law enforcement agency.
4. At its discretion an agency may disclose complaints and investigatory reports in the course of a voluntary interstate exchange of information, or in the course of any litigation concerning a licensee or license applicant, or pursuant to a lawful request, or to other state or federal administrative or law enforcement agencies.
5. Except as disclosure is specifically provided above and in section 610.021, deliberations, votes, or minutes of closed proceedings of agencies shall not be subject to disclosure or discovery.
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