§ 136.16  DISCLOSURE OF CONFIDENTIAL PEACE OFFICER INFORMATION.
   (A)   No officer or employee of a law enforcement agency or court, or of the clerk’s office of any court, shall disclose during the pendency of any criminal case the home address of any peace officer, parole officer, prosecuting attorney, assistant prosecuting attorney, correctional employee, or youth services employee who is a witness or arresting officer in the case.
   (B)   Division (A) of this section does not prohibit a peace officer, parole officer, prosecuting attorney, assistant prosecuting attorney, correctional employee, or youth services employee from disclosing the peace officer’s, parole officer’s, prosecuting attorney’s, assistant prosecuting attorney’s, correctional employee’s, or youth services employee’s own home address, and does not apply to any person who discloses the home address of a peace officer, parole officer, prosecuting attorney, assistant prosecuting attorney, correctional employee, or youth services employee pursuant to a court-ordered disclosure under division (C) of this section.
   (C)   The court in which any criminal case is pending may order the disclosure of the home address of any peace officer, parole officer, prosecuting attorney, assistant prosecuting attorney, correctional employee, or youth services employee who is a witness or arresting officer in the case, if the court determines after a written request for the disclosure that good cause exists for disclosing the home address of the peace officer, parole officer, prosecuting attorney, assistant prosecuting attorney, correctional employee, or youth services employee.
   (D)   Whoever violates division (A) of this section is guilty of disclosure of confidential information, a misdemeanor of the fourth degree.
(R.C. § 2921.24) (Rev. 2008)
   (E)   No judge of a court of record, or Mayor presiding over a Mayor’s Court, shall order a peace officer, parole officer, prosecuting attorney, assistant prosecuting attorney, correctional employee, or youth services employee who is a witness in a criminal case, to disclose the peace officer’s, parole officer’s, prosecuting attorney’s, assistant prosecuting attorney’s, correctional employee’s, or youth services employee’s home address during the peace officer’s, parole officer’s, prosecuting attorney’s, assistant prosecuting attorney’s, correctional employee’s, or youth services employee’s examination in the case unless the judge or Mayor determines that the defendant has a right to the disclosure.
   (F)   As used in this section:
      PEACE OFFICER. Has the same meaning as in R.C. § 2935.01.
      CORRECTIONAL EMPLOYEE. Has the same meaning as in R.C. § 149.43.
      YOUTH SERVICES EMPLOYEE. Has the same meaning as in R.C. § 149.43.
(R.C. § 2921.25) (Rev. 2008)