|(a) The reports, records, and working papers used by or developed in the investigative process by an investigatory agency, and the investigatory agency's resulting investigative report, are confidential and may be disclosed only as allowed by law or rule. (b) Upon request, the administrator or contractor CEO will provide a copy of the investigative report to the victim or alleged victim or guardian with the identities of other persons served and any information determined confidential by law concealed. The administrator or contractor CEO may charge a reasonable fee for providing a copy of the investigative report. (c) Advocacy, Inc. is entitled to access the records of persons served in accordance with 42 USC §10805 and §10806 or §6042(a)(2)(I) (Protection and Advocacy of Individuals with Mental Illness and Protection and Advocacy of Individuals with Developmental Disabilities). A copy of 42 USC §10805, §10806, and §6042(a)(2)(I) are referenced as Exhibit F in §414.562 of this title (relating to Exhibits).
|Source Note: The provisions of this §4.559 adopted to be effective July 1, 2001, 26 TexReg 4708; transferred effective September 1, 2004, as published in the Texas Register September 10, 2004, 29 TexReg 8841