Identity Theft Passport Victim ID Card
In 2005, the Arkansas Legislature approved Act 744 “An Act to Provide for the Issuance of an Identity Theft Passport by the Attorney General to Victims of Financial Identity Theft.” In short, Act 744 gives the Attorney General authority to issue an Identity Theft Passport to an Arkansas resident who learns or reasonably suspects that he or she is a victim of financial identity fraud and who has filed a police report confirming that he or she is a victim of financial identity fraud. The Identity Theft Passport is a card, similar in appearance to a driver’s license, which is designed to assist financial identity fraud victims in reestablishing their good names. In addition, the Identity Theft Passport may help prevent a victim’s arrest for other criminal offenses committed by the identity thief.
- ID Theft Passport Victim Identification Card Application Instructions
- ID Theft Passport Victim Identification Card Application
When it comes to protecting your identity, we’ve got your back, Arkansas.