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Legal Information: Alaska
Updated: December 18, 2019
Sec. 45.48.660 Database
The department may establish and maintain a database of individuals who have been victims of identity theft and who have received an order under AS 45.48.620. The department shall provide a victim or the victim’s authorized representative access to a database established under this section to establish that the individual has been a victim of identity theft. Access to the database established under this section is limited to criminal justice agencies, victims of identity theft, and individuals and agencies authorized by the victims.
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