SEC. 97-45-29. Identity theft; Attorney General authorized to issue "Identity Theft Passports" verifying that expunction order has been entered or police record has been filed; access to identity theft information.
(1) A person who has petitioned the court pursuant to Section 4 of this act to expunge any charges, arrest record or conviction falsely entered against the person as a result of the appropriation of his name or other identifying information may submit to the Attorney General a certified copy of a court order obtained. The Office of the Attorney General may issue an "Identity Theft Passport" verifying that such order has been entered.
(2) Any person who has filed a police report alleging that the person's name or other identification has been used without the person's consent or authorization by another person may submit a copy of the police report to the Attorney General. The Office of the Attorney General may issue an "Identity Theft Passport" stating that such police report has been submitted.
(3) The Office of the Attorney General may provide access to identity theft information to law enforcement agencies and individuals who have submitted a police report or court order pursuant to this chapter and any other person or entity as appropriate.
SOURCES: Laws, 2004, ch. 526, § 5, SB 2957, eff from and after July 1, 2004.
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