Arizona Revised Statutes Title 36. Public Health and Safety § 36–3009. Disclosing location of shelters;  prohibition;  civil penalty

A. Information that may disclose the location or address of a shelter for victims of domestic violence is confidential and is not subject to public disclosure by a person or by a public or private agency in a manner that identifies the location or address as a shelter and threatens the safety of the inhabitants.

B. The program administrator shall impose a civil penalty of not more than one thousand dollars against a person or agency that knowingly and maliciously releases information in violation of this section.

C. The program administrator shall deposit, pursuant to §§ 35–146 and 35–147 , penalties collected pursuant to this section in the state general fund.


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