Alaska Statutes Title 18. Health, Safety, Housing, Human Rights, and Public Defender § 18.65.740. Revocation of permit; appeal
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(a) A permit to carry a concealed handgun shall be immediately revoked by the department when the permittee
(1) becomes disqualified to receive and hold a permit under AS 18.65.705;
(2) is convicted of two class A misdemeanors of this state or similar laws of another jurisdiction within a six-year period if at least one of the convictions occurs after the application;
(3) knowingly supplied a false or fraudulent answer, statement, or document, or made a material misstatement or omission, in connection with an application for a permit or renewal or replacement of a permit.
(b) A person whose permit is revoked under (a) of this section shall immediately surrender the permit to the nearest peace officer. A peace officer receiving a permit under this section shall immediately forward the permit to the department.
(c) A person whose permit is revoked under this section may appeal the revocation decision to the commissioner. A person may seek judicial review of the decision of the commissioner under AS 44.62.560-44.62.570.
(d) A person whose permit is revoked may not apply for a permit until at least five years after the revocation.
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