‘Sec. 2. 5 MRSA §4612, sub-§5, as amended by PL 2011, c. 613, §20 and affected by §29, is repealed and the following enacted in its place:
(1) The identity of a person who is not a party to a complaint;
(2) Medical, counseling, psychiatric and other records revealing a person's medical or mental health condition or disability;
(3) The identity of a minor, including a minor who is a party to a complaint;
(4) Personnel records, including payroll records;
(5) Social security numbers, personal telephone numbers and home addresses, unless a home address is a material fact at issue in an investigation;
(6) Banking and financial information, including credit checks, unless such information is directly related to an undue burden defense or other material fact at issue in an investigation;
(7) Criminal history record information that is not otherwise made public by law;
(8) Evidence of conduct or statements made in compromise settlement negotiations, offers of settlement and any final agreements made prior to the conclusion of an investigative process, unless the parties otherwise agree in writing; and
(9) The identity of a complainant or a 3rd-party witness who has established a compelling and immediate need to proceed with or participate in an investigation with anonymity or a pseudonym. This need must be determined necessary by the commission or its executive director to avoid imminent and serious harm.
(1) The complainant authorizes that disclosure to the respondent by signing a medical release form provided by the commission; and
(2) The respondent signs a nondisclosure agreement provided by the commission and agrees to keep all medical, counseling, psychiatric or other records that reveal that person's medical or mental health condition or disability confidential during the pendency of the investigation and after the investigation has concluded.