All regional center information and records about you are confidential.Section 4514. Before anyone can see your information, the regional center needs permission from you, your conservator, or someone you say represents you. If you are under 18, your parent or legal guardian must give permission. There are only a few exceptions to this rule. Courts and law enforcement agencies can see your records in certain situations. Licensing investigators can see your records if they need them to make sure health facilities and community care facilities are providing good care.Section 4514(a)-(p). You have the right to review and copy records in your regional center file.Sections 4725 and 4726. If you ask to see your file, the regional center has three business days to show you your file.Section 4728. You also can give someone else permission to see your file.