Section 41-9-622Maintenance, etc., of data.
The commission may obtain, compare, file, analyze, and disseminate, and all state, county, and municipal criminal justice agencies are required to report fingerprints, descriptions, photographs, and any other pertinent identifying and historical criminal data on the following persons:
(1) Persons who have been or are hereafter arrested or convicted in this state or any state for an offense which is a felony or an offense which is a misdemeanor escalating to a felony involving, but not limited to: Possession of burglary tools or unlawful entry; engaging in unlawful commercial gambling; dealing in gambling; dealing in gambling devices; contributing to the delinquency of a child; robbery, larceny or dealing in stolen property; possession of controlled substances and illegal drugs, including marijuana; firearms; dangerous weapons; explosives; pandering; prostitution; rape; sex offenses, where minors or adults are victims; misrepresentation; fraud; and worthless checks.
(2) Persons who have been or are hereafter charged with an act of delinquency or adjudicated a youthful offender in this state or any state for an act which would constitute a felony or misdemeanor offense, as described in subdivision (1), or any other offense as proscribed by state or federal law if it had been committed by an adult.
(Acts 1975, No. 872, §11; Acts 1996, No. 96-524, p. 677, §1; Act 99-433, p. 792, §3.)