2930.05 Notice of arrest or detention of offender.

(A) Within a reasonable period of time after the arrest or detention of a defendant or an alleged juvenile offender for a crime or specified delinquent act, the law enforcement agency that investigates the crime or specified delinquent act shall give the victim of the crime or specified delinquent act notice of all of the following:

(1) The arrest or detention;

(2) The name of the defendant or alleged juvenile offender;

(3) Whether the defendant or alleged juvenile offender is eligible for pretrial release or for release from detention;

(4) The telephone number of the law enforcement agency;

(5) The victim's right to telephone the agency to ascertain whether the defendant or alleged juvenile offender has been released from custody or from detention.

(B) If a defendant or alleged juvenile offender has been released from custody on a bond or personal recognizance or has been released from detention and the prosecutor in the case has received the affidavit of a victim stating that the defendant or alleged juvenile offender, or someone acting at the defendant's or alleged juvenile offender's direction, has committed or threatened to commit one or more acts of violence or intimidation against the victim, the victim's family, or the victim's representative, the prosecutor may file a motion asking the court to reconsider the conditions of the bond or personal recognizance granted to the defendant or alleged juvenile offender or to consider returning the defendant or alleged juvenile offender to detention.

Effective Date: 11-22-1999