This is a listing of records of forfeited property as outlined by §5825. Records; reports
1. Records of forfeited property. Any officer to whom or department or agency to which property subject to forfeiture under section 5821 has been ordered forfeited shall maintain records showing:
A. The name of the court that ordered each item of property to be forfeited to the
officer, department or agency;
D. The date on which each item of property was ordered forfeited to the officer,
department or agency; and
E. A description of each item of property forfeited to the officer, department or agency.
The records must be open to inspection. A copy of each record must be filed with the
Department of Public Safety.
2. Department of Public Safety. A report of the transfer of property previously held
by the Department of Public Safety and then ordered by a court to be forfeited to another
governmental entity must be provided upon request to the Commissioner of Administrative
and Financial Services and the Office of Fiscal and Program Review. The report must
account for any such transfer that occurred during the 12 months preceding such a request.
The Department of Public Safety shall maintain all records filed with the department
pursuant to subsection 1. The Department of Public Safety shall make all records under
this subsection available on a publicly accessible website.