Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 67. Violent Crimes Compensation Board
Section 175. Duty to Display Information.
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AS 18.67.175. Duty to Display Information.

(a) Every hospital licensed by this state shall display prominently in its emergency room, main entrance, and business office posters notifying the public of the existence and general provisions of this chapter. The board may set standards for the location of this display and shall provide posters and general information regarding the provisions of this chapter to each hospital and to each physician licensed to practice medicine in the state.

(b) Every law enforcement agency in the state shall inform victims of violent crimes, or their surviving dependents, of the provisions of this chapter and shall provide application forms to the victims, or their dependents, who desire to seek compensation under this chapter. The board shall provide application forms, all other documents and general information that law enforcement agencies may require to comply with this subsection.

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