(A) Within thirty days after the expiration of an interception warrant, the expiration of an extension of an interception warrant, or the denial of an application for an interception warrant, the judge of a court of common pleas who issued the warrant or extension or denied the application shall report all of the following to the administrative office of the United States courts and to the attorney general of this state:
(1) The fact that an application was made for an interception warrant or extension of an interception warrant;
(2) The kind of interception warrant or extension for which application was made, including a statement of whether the warrant or extension was or was not one to which the requirements of division (B)(3)(c) of section 2933.53 and division (A)(5) of section 2933.54 of the Revised Code did not apply due to the application of division (G)(1) of section 2933.53 of the Revised Code;
(3) The fact that the interception warrant or extension was granted as applied for or was denied;
(4) The period of interception authorized by the interception warrant, and the number and duration of any extensions of the warrant;
(5) The designated offenses specified in the interception warrant, application, or extension;
(6) The identity of the person who made the application, any person who executed any accompanying affidavit to an application, and the prosecuting attorney or assistant prosecuting attorney who authorized the application;
(7) The nature of the facilities from which, or the place at which, communications are to be intercepted.
(B) In January of each year, the prosecuting attorney of each county shall report to the administrative office of the United States courts and to the attorney general of this state all information that is required to be reported by subsection (2) of section 2519 of the "Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968," 82 Stat. 197, 18 U.S.C. 2519(1968), as amended.
Effective Date: 06-13-1996.