13-4405.01. Issuance and execution of arrest warrants
A. Beginning on the effective date of this section, on the issuance of an arrest warrant, the court issuing the warrant shall state in the warrant whether the person named in the warrant is to be arrested for or is to be charged with committing a criminal offense as defined in section 13-4401 or is materially related to a criminal offense as defined in section 13-4401.
B. On receipt of notice of an arrest or an impending arrest of a suspect and if applicable pursuant to subsection A of this section, the agency that is responsible for holding the original warrant shall notify the law enforcement agency that was responsible for the original investigation of the offense of the impending incarceration of a suspect who is arrested on the law enforcement agency's warrant.
C. On receiving notice that the warrant was executed pursuant to subsection B of this section, the law enforcement agency that was responsible for the original investigation of the offense shall do all of the following if the victim has requested notice pursuant to section 13-4405:
1. Notify the victim of the arrest and of the time, place and date for the initial appearance.
2. Inform the victim of the telephone number of the custodial agency in which the arrested person is held.
3. Provide the custodial agency with the victim information pursuant to section 13-4405 so that the custodial agency may notify the victim of the release of the suspect pursuant to section 13-4412, if applicable.
D. A law enforcement agency is not required to provide victim information pursuant to Section 13-4405, subsections C and E to the custodial agency at the time a suspect is taken into custody unless the law enforcement agency that performs that warrant arrest is also the law enforcement agency that was responsible for the original investigation of the offense.
E. The victim's right to be informed of an arrest or a release after a suspect is arrested pursuant to a warrant applies to warrants that are issued on or after September 1, 1996.
F. Law enforcement, courts and custodial agencies are not liable pursuant to section 13-4437 for the failure to inform a victim of the arrest or release of a suspect on warrants that were issued before September 1, 1996.