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The Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation shall not assign any prison inmate to employment that gives the inmate access to a private individual's personal information. Such personal information is inclusive of health insurance information and unique biometric data.

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The confidentiality of mandatory tuberculosis test results for correctional institution employees shall be maintained. The Department of Corrections may perform statistical analysis, provided that individuals are not identified.

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The Department of Correction shall require that all employees receive mandatory annual and pre-employment examination and testing for tuberculosis. Employees testing positive on the skin test shall receive a follow-up examination to set out a treatment plan. The department shall maintain on file physician-signed certifications of employees that they have tested negative.

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Tuberculosis test results of correctional employees shall be reported to the State Department of Health Services.

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The Inspector General shall maintain records for three years after a completed audit. Records obtained in the course of an audit or investigation shall be subject to disclosure under the Public Records Act, with the exception of records covered by various California laws, including the CMIA.

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Penal Code 6126.4: It is a misdemeanor for the Inspector General, staff or business associates to disclose any information obtained in the course of the audits. This prohibition is also applicable to any outside persons.

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(a) The Inspector General has access to any and all documents and other records of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation in connection with the Inspector General's duties. (b) The Inspector General has access to the records and property of any public or private entity or person to the same extent that employees or officers of that agency/ entity have access. No law or any agreement entered into providing for the confidentiality or privilege of any records or property shall prevent disclosure to the Inspector General. However, any access, examination, and reproduction shall not result in the waiver of any confidentiality or privilege regarding any records or property. (d) The Inspector General may also require any employee of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to be interviewed on a confidential basis.

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Women prisoners who participate in the survey sample of children of incarcerated parents shall provide written permission that allows the California Research Bureau access to their children's records like medical records (including drug or alcohol use and mental health). The California Research Bureau shall follow appropriate procedures to ensure confidentiality of the records and to protect the privacy of the survey participants and their children.

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