All information contained within LInX that was submitted by law enforcement to be shared only by other law enforcement agencies, which agencies are both permitted and restricted by law to handle Criminal History information and Juvenile information and other confidential information within the context of state and federal law, is to be considered "sensitive law enforcement" information. In order to maintain the integrity of this sensitive information (as defined above) it will be accorded proper management and security, and will only be handled by personnel who have been back grounded for law enforcement work and who have been trained in the appropriate handling of such sensitive information as required by state and federal law. Activity associated with any aspect of the LInX information sharing system is subject to detailed monitoring and audits of all activity to protect against improper or unauthorized use, access or dissemination of "sensitive information". Unauthorized use, which includes requests, dissemination, sharing, copying or receipt of LInX information, could result in civil proceedings against the offending agency and/or criminal proceedings against any user or other person involved. Violations or misuse may also subject the user and the user's agency to administrative sanctions and possible disciplinary action by their agency, subject to due process, against its employee(s) and could result in LInX access termination or termination of the LInX agreement with the offending agency involved. Accessing the LInX system by any individual or agency constitutes their consent to the monitoring of all LInX related activities and consent to the suspension or termination of their access privileges during or following any audit.