60. Before agreeing to the release of nominative information pursuant to paragraphs 1 to 3 of section 59, a public body must ascertain that the information is required for the purposes of a prosecution or proceedings contemplated in the said paragraphs.
In the case contemplated in paragraph 4 of the said section, the body must, similarly, ascertain that an urgent and dangerous situation exists.
Where a public body has not ascertained that the information is required for such purposes or, where such is the case, that an urgent and dangerous situation exists, the public body must refuse to release the information.
Where a public body agrees to release nominative information following a request made pursuant to paragraphs 1 to 4 of section 59, the person in charge of the protection of the personal information within the public body must record the request.