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RULE §88.77 Responsibility of Licensee--Confidentiality of Examination Results

Published: 2015

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(a) A polygraph examiner, trainee or employee of a polygraph examiner, or a person for whom a polygraph examination is conducted or an employee of the person may not disclose information acquired from a polygraph examination to another person other than:   (1) the examinee or any other person specifically designated in writing by the examinee;   (2) the person that requested the examination;   (3) a member, or the member's agent, of a governmental agency that licenses a polygraph examiner or supervises or controls a polygraph examiners activities;   (4) another polygraph examiner in private consultation; or   (5) any other person required by due process of law. (b) The department or any other governmental agency that acquires information from a polygraph examination under this section must maintain the confidentiality of the information. (c) A polygraph examiner to whom information acquired from polygraph examination is disclosed under subsection (a)(4) may not disclose the information except as provided by this section.

Source Note: The provisions of this §88.77 adopted to be effective January 11, 2010, 35 TexReg 235