AN ACT TO SET CERTAIN CRITERIA FOR CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTERS TO BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE STATE FUNDS, TO GOVERN THE SHARING OF INFORMATION AND RECORDS OF CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTERS AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAMS, AND TO ESTABLISH CERTAIN IMMUNITY FOR CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTERS.
Senate amendment to the 3rd edition makes the following changes.
Amends proposed GS 180A-75.4, concerning access to Children's Advocacy Center records, by clarifying that the Department of Health and Human Services, a department, law enforcement agencies, the prosecuting attorney, a court of competent jurisdiction, and the Attorney General are exempted from the requirements of subsection g (not subsection f), which prohibits a person or agency to whom disclosure of information created or compiled at a Children's Advocacy Center is made from duplicating or disclosing that information to any other person or agency.
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