Fee for furnishing information relating to records of criminal history; use of money collected.
1. Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, an agency of criminal justice may charge a reasonable fee for information relating to records of criminal history provided to any person or governmental entity. An agency of criminal justice shall not charge a fee for providing such information to another agency of criminal justice if the information is provided for purposes of the administration of criminal justice, or for providing such information to the State Disaster Identification Team of the Division of Emergency Management of the Department. The Central Repository shall not charge such a fee for information relating to a person regarding whom the Central Repository provided a similar report within the immediately preceding 6 months in conjunction with the application by that person for professional licensure.
2. All money received or collected by the Department pursuant to this section must be used to defray the cost of operating the Central Repository.
Last modified: February 25, 2006