1. A person, agency or other recipient of child abuse information authorized to receive such information shall not redisseminate such information, except that redissemination shall be permitted when all of the following conditions apply:
a. The redissemination is for official purposes in connection with prescribed duties or, in the case of a health practitioner, pursuant to professional responsibilities.
b. The person to whom such information would be redisseminated would have independent access to the same information under section 235A.15.
c. A written record is made of the redissemination, including the name of the recipient and the date and purpose of the redissemination.
d. The written record is forwarded to the registry within thirty days of the redissemination.
2. The department of human services may notify orally the mandatory reporter in an individual child abuse case of the results of the case investigation and of the confidentiality provisions of sections 235A.15 and 235A.21. The department shall subsequently transmit a written notice to the mandatory reporter of the results and confidentiality provisions. A copy of the written notice shall be transmitted to the registry and shall be maintained by the registry as provided in section 235A.18.
[C75, 77, 79, 81, § 235A.17]
84 Acts, ch 1279, § 23; 87 Acts, ch 153, § 13
Referred to in § 216A.136, 232.68, 232.71A, 235A.12, 235A.13, 235A.21
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