Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 61. Rights of Victims; Protection of Victims and Witnesses
Section 110. Confidentiality of Victim and Witness Addresses and Telephone Numbers.
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AS 12.61.110. Confidentiality of Victim and Witness Addresses and Telephone Numbers.

The residence and business addresses and telephone numbers of a victim of a crime or witness to a crime are confidential. A report, paper, picture, photograph, court file, or other document that relates to a crime and contains the residence or business address or telephone number of a victim or witness, and that is in the custody or possession of a public officer or employee, may not be made available for public inspection unless the residence and business addresses and telephone numbers of all victims and witnesses have been deleted.

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