A custodian of the Board may find that a compelling public purpose warrants disclosure of information in a certification, licensing, or investigative file, regardless of whether there has been a request for the information, if the information concerns:
A. Possible criminal activity, and is disclosed to a federal, state, or local law enforcement or prosecutorial official or authority;
B. A possible violation of law, and is disclosed to a federal, state, or local authority that has jurisdiction over the individual whose conduct may be a violation or over a facility in which the individual is practicing or has practiced and the information disclosed is limited to that information relevant to the possible violation by that individual; or
C. Conduct by an individual which the Board reasonably believes may pose a risk to the public health, safety, or welfare, and is disclosed to a law enforcement authority, administrative official, or agency that regulates the individual or regulates a facility in which the individual has practiced, or to a hospital or other health care facility where the individual has privileges.