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24-72-113. Limit on retention of passive surveillance records - definition

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(1) As used in this section, passive surveillance means the use by a government entity of a digital video camera, video tape camera, closed circuit television camera, film camera, photo radar recorder, or other image recording device positioned to capture moving or still pictures or images of human activity on a routine basis or for security or other purposes, including monitoring or recording traffic, weather conditions, office activities, transit facilities, parking garages, sports venues, schools, day care centers, hospitals or other medical facilities, recreational facilities, playgrounds, swimming pools, or utility facilities. Passive surveillance does not include surveillance triggered by a certain event or activity and that does not monitor at regular intervals. Passive surveillance does not include the use of toll collection cameras.

 

(2) (a) The custodian, as defined in section 24-72-202, may only access a passive surveillance record beyond the first anniversary after the date of the creation of the passive surveillance record, and up to the third anniversary after the date of the creation of the passive surveillance record, if there has been a notice of claim filed, or an accident or other specific incident that may cause the passive surveillance record to become evidence in any civil, labor, administrative, or felony criminal proceeding, in which case the passive surveillance record may be retained. The custodian shall preserve a record of the reason for which the passive surveillance record was accessed and the person who accessed the passive surveillance record beyond the first anniversary after its creation. All passive surveillance records must be destroyed after the third anniversary after the date of the creation of the passive surveillance record unless retention is authorized by this section.

(b) This section does not apply to passive surveillance records of any correctional facility, local jail, or private contract prison, as defined in section 17-1-102, C.R.S., any juvenile facility operated by the Colorado department of human services, as listed in sections 19-2-402, 19-2-403, and 19-2-406 through 19-2-408, C.R.S., or any passive surveillance records made or maintained as required under federal law.

History

History.
Source: L. 2014: Entire section added, (HB 14-1152), ch. 96, p. 350, 1, effective April 4.

 

Part 2. Inspection, Copying, or Photographing

24-72-200.1. Short title

24-72-201. Legislative declaration

24-72-202. Definitions

24-72-203. Public records open to inspection

24-72-204. Allowance or denial of inspection - grounds - procedure - appeal - definitions - repeal

24-72-204.5. Adoption of electronic mail policy

24-72-205. Copy, printout, or photograph of a public record - imposition of research and retrieval fee

24-72-205.5. Public inspection of ballots - stay period - recounts - rules governing public inspection of ballots - legislative declaration - definitions

24-72-206. Violation - penalty. (Repealed)