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A. Upon the preliminary investigation of a crime, it shall be the duty of the officer who interviews the victim of such crime to inform the victim, or a responsible adult if the victim is a minor child or a person who has been adjudicated incompetent, or the family member who receives death notification in the case of a homicide, in writing, of their rights as a crime victim.

B. Written notification shall consist of handing the victim a preprinted card or brochure that, at a minimum, includes the following information:

1. A statement that reads, “As a victim of crime, you have certain rights”;

2. To receive written notification of how to access victim rights information from the interviewing officer or investigating detective;

3. To receive contact information for the Osage Nation Trial Court;

4. To receive contact information of an Osage Nation victim advocate;

5. To receive protection from harm and threats of harm arising out of cooperation with law enforcement and prosecution efforts, to be provided with information as to the level of protection available and how to access protection, and, upon request, to be notified of any release or escape of an accused;

6. Upon request, to protect the personal information of the victim in law enforcement, if it is determined by the Court to be necessary to protect the victim from harassment or physical harm and if the information is immaterial to the defense and to protect the identity of the victim in sexual assault cases;

7. To receive the telephone and address information for the Office of the Attorney General; and

8. The website address where victims can access a complete list of their rights, additional information, and how to apply for victim compensation assistance. ONCA 24-47, eff. Apr. 19, 2024.