As a California law enforcement officer, district attorney or judge, you can demand in writing that your personal information be removed fromonline databases that sell orprovide your personal information to the public.
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Who Is Eligible?
(1) State constitutional officers. (2) Members of the Legislature. (3) Judges and court commissioners. (4) District attorneys. (5) Public defenders. (6) Members of a city council. (7) Members of a board of supervisors. (8) Appointees of the Governor.
(9) Appointees of the Legislature. (10) Mayors. (11) City attorneys. (12) Police chiefs and sheriffs. (13) A public safety official (14) State administrative law judges. (15) Federal judges and federal defenders. (16) Members of the United States Congress (17) SPOUSES OF THE ABOVE LISTED
As used in this chapter, "public safety official" means the following:
·(a) An active or retired peace officer as defined in Sections 830 and 830.1 of the Penal Code. ·(b) An active or retired public officer ·(c) An "elected or appointed official" as defined in subdivision (c) of Section 6254.21. ·(d) Attorneys employed by the Department of Justice, the State Public Defender, or a ·(e) City attorneys and attorneys who represent cities in criminal matters. ·(h) Federal prosecutors and criminal investigators working in California.