Alaska Statutes.
Title 12. Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 62. Criminal Justice Information and Records Checks
Section 140. Reporting of Information Regarding Wanted Persons and Stolen Property.
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AS 12.62.140. Reporting of Information Regarding Wanted Persons and Stolen Property.

(a) A criminal justice agency shall report to the department, at the time, in the manner, and in the form specified by the department, data regarding

(1) a person the agency is trying to locate, whether that person is wanted in connection with the commission of a crime, and the discovery, if any, of that person;

(2) the theft, and recovery if any, of an identifiable motor vehicle; and

(3) the theft, and recovery if any, of identifiable property.

(b) A criminal justice agency, annually and at other times if requested by the department, shall confirm whether information already reported under (a) of this section continues to be valid, and shall cooperate with the department in periodic audits to validate the information reported.

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