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An agency may disclose personal information for Department of Motor Vehicle registration indices and records.

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School districts may release information from pupil records to: (1) Appropriate persons in connection with an emergency as necessary to protect the health or safety of a pupil or other persons; (2) agencies or organizations in connection with the application of a pupil for, or receipt of, financial aid, as necessary; (3) the county elections official to identify pupils eligible to register to vote; (4) accrediting associations to carry out their accrediting functions; (5) organizations conducting studies for educational agencies or institutions, if the studies are conducted in a manner that will not permit the personal identification of pupils or their parents by persons other than representatives of the organizations and the information will be destroyed when no longer needed for the purpose for which it is obtained; (6) officials and employees of private schools or school systems where the pupil is enrolled or intends to enroll.

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Public entity has a privilege to refuse to disclose official information, and to prevent another from disclosing official information, if the privilege is claimed by a person authorized by the public entity to do so, and disclosure is forbidden by law or against public interest.

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If court becomes aware of facts indicating that a child is at risk of abduction, the court shall determine whether measures are needed to prevent the abduction of the child by considering whether a party has engaged in planning activities that would facilitate the removal of a child from the state, including applying to obtain a birth certificate, medical records.

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This law exempts indices of birth, death and marriage records from disclosure under the Public Records Act. The State Registrar may release comprehensive birth, death, and nonconfidential marriage record indices to a government agency. The State Registrar is required to establish separate non-comprehensive indices for public release. Requesters of the indices must provide proof of identity and sign a form certifying that they will comply with prescribed usage guidelines. The State Registrar shall also prepare and maintain separate noncomprehensive indices of all California birth, death and nonconfidential marriage records for purposes of law enforcement or preventing fraud.

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The State Registrar may have the original records of birth, death, and marriage destroyed if all the conditions are met.

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Access to medical and health reports portions of birth records is limited to state and local registrar staff, state and local health department staff, and persons with valid educational or scientific interest as determined by the State Registrar and are engaged in studies for health purposes. The department shall maintain accurate records of those allowed access to reports.

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Each death shall be registered with the local registrar of births and deaths in the district in which the death was officially pronounced or the body was found, within eight calendar days after death and prior to any disposition of the human remains.

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The department shall implement an Internet-based electronic death registration system for the creation, storage, and transfer of death registration information. The electronic death registration system shall protect the proper use of the death registration information created, stored, and transferred within the system; and shall be subject to any limitation placed on the accessibility and release of personally identifying information contained in those death records by any other provision of law or subsequently enacted legislation.

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If a coroner is unable to establish the identity of decedent by other means, the coroner may have a dental examination performed. If given the results of the dental examination the coroner is still unable to identify the decedent, he shall forward the dental exam records to the Department of Justice.

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