Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 70. Fire Protection
Section 30. Investigation of Fires Resulting From Crime.
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AS 18.70.030. Investigation of Fires Resulting From Crime.

If there is reason to believe that a fire has resulted from crime or that crime has been committed in connection with a fire, the Department of Public Safety shall report that fact in writing to the district attorney of the judicial district in which the fire occurred. If the fire occurred in an incorporated city with a regularly organized fire department, the investigation and report shall be made in conjunction with the fire official of that area.

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