NRS 179A.120
Disclosures to victims of crime.


Agencies of criminal justice may disclose to victims of a crime, members of their families or their guardians the identity of persons suspected of being responsible for the crime, including juveniles who have been certified to stand trial as adults, together with information, including dispositions, which may be of assistance to the victim in obtaining redress for an injury or loss in a civil action. This disclosure may be made regardless of whether charges have been filed, and even if a prosecuting attorney has declined to file charges or the charge has been dismissed.


Disclosure of investigative information pursuant to this section does not establish a duty to disclose any additional information concerning the same incident or make any disclosure of information obtained by an investigation, except as compelled by legal process.

Source: Section 179A.120 — Disclosures to victims of crime., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-179A.­html#NRS179ASec120.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

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