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e-CFR Data is current as of July 21, 2014

TITLE 28—Judicial Administration

CHAPTER V—BUREAU OF PRISONS, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION

PART 513—ACCESS TO RECORDS

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Subpart A—[RESERVED]

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Subpart B—PRODUCTION OR DISCLOSURE OF FBI/NCIC INFORMATION

§513.10
Purpose and scope.
§513.11
Procedures for requesting a FBI identification record or a NCIC/III record.
§513.12
Inmate request for record clarification.
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Subpart C—RELEASE OF INFORMATION TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

§513.20
Release of information to law enforcement agencies.
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Subpart D—RELEASE OF INFORMATION

General Provisions and Procedures

§513.30
Purpose and scope.
§513.31
Limitations.
§513.32
Guidelines for disclosure.
§513.33
Production of records in court.
§513.34
Protection of individual privacy—disclosure of records to third parties.
§513.35
Accounting/nonaccounting of disclosures to third parties.
§513.36
Government contractors.

Inmate Requests to Institution for Information

§513.40
Inmate access to Inmate Central File.
§513.41
Inmate access to Inmate Central File in connection with parole hearings.
§513.42
Inmate access to medical records.
§513.43
Inmate access to certain Bureau Program Statements.
§513.44
Fees for copies of Inmate Central File and Medical Records.

Privacy Act Requests for Information

§513.50
Privacy Act requests by inmates.

Freedom of Information Act Requests for Information

§513.60
Freedom of Information Act requests.
§513.61
Freedom of Information Act requests by inmates.
§513.62
Freedom of Information Act requests by former inmates.
§513.63
Freedom of Information Act requests on behalf of an inmate or former inmate.
§513.64
Acknowledgment of Freedom of Information Act requests.
§513.65
Review of documents for Freedom of Information Act requests.
§513.66
Denials and appeals of Freedom of Information Act requests.
§513.67
Fees for Freedom of Information Act requests.
§513.68
Time limits for responses to Freedom of Information Act requests.


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