Alaska Statutes.
Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
Chapter 24. Protection of Vulnerable Adults
Section 120. Immunity From Liability; Retaliation Prohibited.
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AS 47.24.120. Immunity From Liability; Retaliation Prohibited.

(a) A person who in good faith makes a report under AS 47.24.010 , regardless of whether the person is required to do so, is immune from civil or criminal liability that might otherwise be incurred or imposed for making the report.

(b) An employer or supervisor of a person who in good faith makes a report under AS 47.24.010 may not discharge, demote, transfer, reduce pay or benefits or work privileges of, prepare a negative work performance evaluation of, or take other detrimental action against the person because the person made the report. The person making the report may bring a civil action for compensatory and punitive damages against an employer or supervisor who violates this subsection. In the civil action there is a rebuttable presumption that the detrimental action by the employer or supervisor was retaliatory if it was taken within 90 days after the report was made.

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