6.10.70 Confidentiality of Records.
(a) The Tribal Court, Tribal Enforcement Department, and Children Services shall make and preserve a record of all proceedings and matters under this chapter. The records shall be confidential and not open to inspection except by the child, the child’s attorney or advocate, the child’s parent, guardian, or legal custodian, Court personnel, Tribal Enforcement personnel, child protection workers, Children Services personnel, the Tribe’s Presenting Officer, and any other person who is allowed access to records either by consent or by order of the Court based on a legitimate interest in the particular case or matter.
(b) Upon agreement to maintain the confidentiality of the records, the Court, Tribal Enforcement Department, and Children Services records concerning a child as a victim may be provided to:
(1) A treatment provider providing treatment to a perpetrator or a child;
(2) Law enforcement agencies in other jurisdictions that are investigating allegations of abuse or neglect of a child or crimes against a child in that jurisdiction by the same alleged perpetrator;
(3) Child protection agencies in other jurisdictions that are providing services to the alleged victim or the same alleged perpetrator; or
(4) Organizations seeking to provide services for children in their care. [Res. 2012-56; 2008 Code § 6.2.6]