MAYOR AND EXECUTIVE AGENCIES - ARREST RECORDS: THE DUNCAN ORDINANCE - JUVENILE RECORDS


Published: 1967-11-02

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1000 JUVENILE RECORDS

1000.1 No record, copy, extract, compilation, or statement concerning any record relating to any juvenile offender or relating to any juvenile with respect to whom the Metropolitan Police Department retains any record or writing, shall be released to any person for any purpose except as may be provided under D.C. Official Code §§ 16-2331 through 16-2335 (1997 Repl).

1000.2 The release of the information specified in § 1000.1 to members of the Metropolitan Police Department, and the dissemination of that information by the Metropolitan Police Department, to the police departments of other jurisdictions wherein juveniles apprehended in the District of Columbia may reside, shall be authorized.

1000.3 The release of any information specified in § 1000.1 to individuals to whom the information may relate or to the parents or guardians or duly authorized attorneys of such individuals, shall be authorized in those cases in which applicants therefore present documents of authenticity indicating need for that information for reasons other than employment. The term “employment,” in the context of this paragraph, shall not include military service.

SOURCE: Duncan Ordinance, adopted by the Board of Commissioners at a meeting dated October 31, 1967; minutes from the Board of Commissioners’ meeting dated November 2, 1967.