§ 6-11.2-7. Record of transactions required Reports to police.
(a) Every person licensed under this chapter shall keep a copy of the report form obtained from or under the direction of the department of attorney general, containing a comprehensive record of all transactions concerning regulated metals. The comprehensive record shall be hand printed legibly or typed. The licensee shall, upon request, send any records as defined in subsection (b) by hand delivery, mail or electronic submission, whenever applicable, to the chief of police of said requesting department.
(b) The record shall include the following information:
(i) Date of transactions;
(ii) The name, address, telephone number, if available, and signature of the person from whom the old or used metals are purchased or received, as well as a photocopy or digital image of the person's photo identification;
(iii) The license plate number, state of issue, make and model, of the vehicle used to deliver the regulated metals to the secondary recycler, whenever applicable;
(iv) The price paid for the old or used metals;
(v) A description of the regulated metals, or in the alternative a digital image of the transaction, in a manner approved by the attorney general; and
(vi) Any further information that the department of attorney general may deem relevant to the specific requested transaction.
(c) Nothing in this section shall be construed as requiring additional recordkeeping for junked automobiles or automobile parts beyond what is otherwise required by law.
(d) Every person licensed under this chapter shall retain a copy of the report form for a period of two (2) years from the date of the sale stated on the form. These records are to be made available for inspection by any law enforcement agency requesting to review them. A secondary metals recycler is prohibited from releasing a customer's information without the customer's consent unless the disclosure is made in response to a request from a law enforcement agency.
(P.L. 2013, ch. 189, § 1; P.L. 2013, ch. 239, § 1.)