Inspection of DNA Profile Records
(1)Any person who believes that he or she is the subject of a record within the criminal offender DNA database may make a request to the Oregon State Police Crime Lab to verify the existence or accuracy of such a record. All requests shall be in writing and on the form “request to view genetic database information.” This form may be obtained by contacting the Oregon State Police. The form shall include all of the following information:
(c)Date of birth;
(d)SID number (unless a SID number has not been assigned to the requestor);
(f)Right thumbprint. The right thumbprint submitted with any request must be obtained from and witnessed by a law enforcement official authorized to take fingerprints.
(2)If the criminal offender DNA database contains no record pertaining the to requestor, the Oregon State Police Crime Lab shall notify the requestor in writing that no record exists.
(3)If the criminal offender DNA database contains a record pertaining to the requestor, the Oregon State Police Crime Lab shall send a printout of the pertinent genetic profile to the address of the requestor listed in the request. Profiles pertaining to individuals other than the requestor shall not be released to the requestor.
(4)Prior to the release of a printout of pertinent genetic profile, the Oregon State Police Crime Lab may require the requestor to pay the cost of preparing and photocopying the genetic profile as established by OAR 257-020-0005.
(5)This rule applies only to those records, samples, and autoradiographs actually stored by the Oregon State Police Crime Lab, and it is not intended to preclude the crime lab from destroying those items after analysis.
Rule 257-060-0010 — Inspection of DNA Profile Records,