Criminal identification information available to lottery
- • fingerprints
- • service and execution of warrants
(1) Upon the request of the Oregon State Lottery Commission or the Director of the Oregon State Lottery, the office of the Attorney General and the Oregon State Police shall furnish to the director and to the Assistant Director for Security such information as may tend to ensure security, integrity, honesty and fairness in the operation and administration of the Oregon State Lottery as the office of the Attorney General and the Oregon State Police may have in their possession, including, but not limited to, manual or computerized information and data.
(2) In order to determine an applicant’s suitability to enter into a contract with or to be employed by the Oregon State Lottery, each applicant identified in this subsection shall be fingerprinted. The Assistant Director for Security may submit to the Department of State Police and to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, for the purpose of verifying the identity of the following persons and obtaining records of their arrests and criminal convictions, fingerprints of:
(a) With respect to video game retailers, each person for whom ORS 461.300 (Selection of retailers) or an administrative rule of the Oregon State Lottery Commission requires disclosure of the person’s name and address;
(b) With respect to lottery vendors and lottery contractors, each person for whom ORS 461.410 (Vendor disclosure for major procurements) or an administrative rule of the Oregon State Lottery Commission requires disclosure of the person’s name and address;
(c) Applicants for employment with the Oregon State Lottery; and
(d) With respect to other persons and entities that apply for contracts or have contracts with the Oregon State Lottery, each person for whom ORS 461.300 (Selection of retailers) requires disclosure of the person’s name and address and for whom the Assistant Director for Security has prepared written reasons, approved in writing by the director, for requiring the confirmation of the person’s identity and records.
(3) For the purpose of requesting and receiving the information described in subsections (1) and (2) of this section, the Oregon State Lottery Commission is a state agency and a criminal justice agency and its enforcement agents are peace officers pursuant to ORS 181A.355 (Definitions for ORS 181A.355 to 181A.670) to 181A.670 (Disclosure of information about public safety officer) and rules adopted thereunder.
(4) Enforcement agents, designated as such by the commission, shall have the same authority with respect to service and execution of warrants of arrest and search warrants as is conferred upon peace officers of this state. [1985 c.2 §2(11),(12); 1985 c.302 §2(11),(12); 1995 c.291 §1; 2007 c.71 §144; 2011 c.547 §47]
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