Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 62. Criminal Justice Information and Records Checks
Section 120. Reporting of Criminal Justice Information.
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AS 12.62.120. Reporting of Criminal Justice Information.

(a) The commissioner, by regulation and after consultation with the board and affected agencies, may designate which criminal justice agencies are responsible for reporting the events described in (b) of this section. An agency designated under this subsection shall report the events described in (b) of this section to the department, at the time, in the manner, and in the form specified by the department.

(b) An agency designated under (a) of this section shall report the following events to the department if they occur in connection with an arrestable offense:

(1) the issuance, receipt, withdrawal, quashing, or execution of a judicial arrest warrant, a governor's warrant of arrest for extradition, or a parole arrest warrant;

(2) an arrest, with or without a warrant, or an escape after arrest;

(3) the release of a person after arrest without charges being filed;

(4) the admittance to, release or escape from, or unlawful evasion of, official detention in a correctional facility, either pretrial or post-trial;

(5) a decision by a prosecutor or a grand jury not to commence criminal proceedings, to defer or indefinitely postpone prosecution, or to decline to prosecute charges;

(6) the filing of a charging document, including an indictment, criminal complaint, criminal information, or a petition or other document showing a violation of bail, probation, or parole, or the amendment of a charging document;

(7) an acquittal, dismissal, conviction, or other disposition of charges set out in a charging document described in (6) of this subsection;

(8) the imposition of a sentence or the granting of a suspended imposition of sentence under AS 12.55.085 ;

(9) the commencement or expiration of parole or probation supervision and the conditions of that parole or probation supervision;

(10) the commitment to or release from a facility, designated by the Department of Health and Social Services, of a person who was previously accused of a crime but who has been found to be incompetent to stand trial or found not criminally responsible;

(11) the filing of an action in an appellate court or a federal court relating to a conviction or sentence;

(12) a judgment of a court that reverses, remands, vacates, or reinstates a criminal charge, conviction, or sentence;

(13) a pardon, reprieve, executive clemency, commutation of sentence, or other change in the length or terms of a sentence by executive or judicial action;

(14) the release of a person on bail and the conditions of that release; and

(15) any other event required to be reported under regulations adopted under this chapter.

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