2010 Pennsylvania Code
Chapter 67 - Domestic and Sexual Violence Victim Address Confidentiality
6703 - Address Confidentiality Program.

     § 6703.  Address Confidentiality Program.
        (a)  Establishment.--The Office of Victim Advocate shall
     establish a program to be known as the Address Confidentiality
     Program. Upon application and certification, persons eligible
     under section 6704 (relating to persons eligible to apply) shall
     receive a confidential substitute address provided by the Office
     of Victim Advocate.
        (b)  Administration.--The Office of Victim Advocate shall
     forward all first class, registered and certified mail at no
     expense to a program participant within three business days. The
     Office of Victim Advocate may arrange to receive and forward
     other classes or kinds of mail at the program participant's
        (c)  Notice.--Upon certification, the Office of Victim
     Advocate shall provide notice of participation and the program
     participant's substitute address to appropriate officials
     involved in an ongoing civil or criminal case in which a program
     participant is a victim, witness, plaintiff or defendant.
        (d)  Records.--All records relating to applicants and program
     participants are the property of the Office of Victim Advocate.
     These records, including program applications, participants'
     actual addresses and waiver proceedings, shall be kept
     confidential and shall not be subject to the provisions of the
     act of June 21, 1957 (P.L.390, No.212), referred to as the
     Right-to-Know Law, except that records may be released as
     specifically set forth in this chapter and to a district
     attorney to the extent necessary for the prosecution of conduct
     as set forth in section 6711 (relating to penalties).

        References in Text.  The act of June 21, 1957 (P.L.390,
     No.212), referred to as the Right-to-Know Law, referred to in
     subsec. (d), was repealed by the act of February 14, 2008
     (P.L.6, No.3), known as the Right-to-Know Law.

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