- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
- Chapter 32. Centralized Licensing and Related Administrative Procedures
- Section 180. Confidentiality; Release of Certain Information.
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AS 47.32.180. Confidentiality; Release of Certain Information.
- (a) Except as otherwise provided by law, the following are confidential and may not be disclosed to the public
without a court order: complaints; investigations; inspections; records related to a complaint, investigation, or inspection; and the
identity of a complainant and of individuals receiving services from an entity.
- (b) With the exception of information that identifies a complainant or a recipient of services from an entity, a
copy of the department's report of investigation or inspection under AS 47.32.120 , an entity's written response to the report, and information
regarding any department imposition of an enforcement action under AS 47.32.130 or 47.32.140 are public records under AS 40.25. The department shall make this information available to the public for inspection
and copying within timeframes specified in AS 40.25 or regulations adopted under AS 40.25 after the
- (1) entity receives its copy of the report of investigation under AS 47.32.120, if the department has determined that an enforcement action under AS 47.32.130 or 47.32.140 will not be taken regarding the entity;
- (2) department's notice of enforcement action under AS 47.32.130 or 47.32.140 becomes a final administrative order without a hearing under AS 47.32.130 (c) or 47.32.140(i); or
- (3) issuance of a decision following a hearing under AS 47.32.150 .
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