In addition to those records listed in § 36.02 and as permitted by statute, the town hereby declares the following areas of public records also exempt from disclosure:
   (A)   Investigatory records of a law enforcement agency, except those law enforcement records which must be available for inspection and copying as provided in IC 5-14-3-5, as amended;
   (B)   The work product of an attorney representing the town or any of its departments or agencies or any individual;
   (C)   Test questions, scoring keys, and other examination data used in administering any licensing examination, examination for employment, or academic examination before the examination is given or if it is to be given again;
   (D)   Scores of tests or license examinations if the person is identified by name and has not consented to the release of the score;
   (E)   Records that contain intraagency or interagency advisory or deliberative material that are expressions of opinion or are of a speculative nature that are communicated for the purposes of decision making;
   (F)   Diaries, journals, or other personal notes serving as a functional equivalent of a diary or journal;
   (G)   Personnel files of public employees except for:
      (1)   The name, compensation, job title (unless a member of the law enforcement agency), business address, business telephone number, job description (unless a member of the law enforcement agency), education and training background, previous work experience, or dates of  first and last employment of present or former officers or employees of the agency or town,
      (2)   Information relating the status of any formal charges against the employee, and
      (3)   Information concerning disciplinary actions in which final action has been taken and that resulted in the employee being disciplined or discharged;  however,
      (4)   Notwithstanding any contrary provisions of division (G), all personnel file information shall be made available to the effected employee or his representative;
   (H)   Administrative or technical information that would jeopardize a recordkeeping or security system;
   (I)   Computer programs, computer codes, computer filing systems, and other software that are owned by the town or entrusted to it by license;
   (J)   Records specifically prepared for discussion or developed during discussion in an executive session; and
   (K)   The identity of a donor of a gift made to the town or public agency if a donor requires non-disclosure of his identity as a condition of making a gift.
(Ord. 2002-4, passed 7-10-02)