- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 33. Probation, Prisons, and Prisoners
- Chapter 30. Prison Facilities and Prisoners
- Section 12. Notice of Release, Parole, Community Placement, Work Release Placement, Furlough, or Escape of Sex Offender or Child Kidnapper.
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AS 33.30.012. Notice of Release, Parole, Community Placement, Work Release Placement, Furlough, or Escape of Sex Offender or Child Kidnapper.
- (a) Within 30 days before release of a sex offender or child kidnapper with a duty to register under AS 12.63, the commissioner shall complete the registration of the sex
offender or child kidnapper if the offender or kidnapper has not previously registered. The commissioner shall take the
sex offender's or child kidnapper's photograph, and determine if legible fingerprints of the sex offender or child
kidnapper have been previously provided to the Department of Public Safety; if legible fingerprints for the sex offense
or child kidnapping have not previously been provided to the Department of Public Safety, the commissioner shall obtain
the sex offender's or child kidnapper's fingerprints in the manner required by the Department of Public Safety and
shall immediately forward the fingerprints to the department. When completing the registration or taking the photograph
under this subsection, the commissioner shall also send written notice of release, parole, community placement, work
release placement, or furlough of a sex offender or child kidnapper to:
- (1) the chief of police of the community, if any, in which the inmate will reside;
- (2) the Alaska state trooper post located nearest to where the inmate will reside;
- (3) the village public safety officer of the rural community without a municipal police department or Alaska state trooper
post in which the inmate will reside; and
- (4) the central registry of sex offenders and child kidnappers.
- (b) If an inmate convicted of a sex offense or child kidnapping escapes from a correctional facility, the commissioner
shall immediately notify the Department of Public Safety and the chief of police of the community and the Alaska state
trooper post located closest to where the inmate resided immediately before the inmate's arrest and conviction.
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