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A. The records of enforcement officers concerning all children’s cases or children taken into temporary custody or issued a summons under the provisions of this Title shall be maintained separately from the records of arrest and may not be inspected by or disclosed to the public, including the names of children taken into temporary custody or issued a summons, except:

1. To the victim in each case when the child is found guilty of a delinquent act;

2. When the child has escaped from an institution to which he has been committed;

3. By order of the Court;

4. When the Court orders the child to be held for criminal proceedings;

5. When there has been a criminal conviction and a pre-sentence investigation is being made on an application for probation; or

6. When the disclosure is to an Osage Nation, federal or state officer, employee or agency in their official capacity who show a bona fide need for the information requested to assist in apprehension, to conduct a current investigation or as otherwise provided by Osage Nation law.