Iowa Admin. Code r. 61-35.2 - Application for identity theft passports

(1) Completion of application.
a. A person who has filed a report of identity theft may apply for an identity theft passport through the law enforcement agency to which the report was made.
b. An application for an identity theft passport shall include the following:
(1) Completion by the person, or by another on behalf of the person, and by the law enforcement agency, of the identity theft passport application form and the identity theft verification form set out in rule 61-35.8 (715A), along with any documentation supporting the claim that the person is a victim of identity theft.
(2) A copy of the report of identity theft made to the law enforcement agency.
(3) Photographic identification of the victim in one of the following formats in order of preference:
1. A copy of the victim's current driver's license or state-issued nonoperator's identification card.
2. A current photograph of the victim certified as valid by signature of the law enforcement investigator who received the report of identity theft.
c. Upon completion of the application for an identity theft passport, the law enforcement agency which received the application shall forward it to the crime victim assistance division of the office of the attorney general.
(2) Confidentiality of application. An application made with the attorney general shall be confidential and shall not be a public record subject to disclosure under Iowa Code chapter 22.


Iowa Admin. Code r. 61-35.2
ARC 7940B, IAB 7/15/09, effective 8/19/09

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