(a) (1) Upon the request of a person who has obtained a police report pursuant to Section 530.6 of the Penal Code, a supervised financial organization shall provide to the person, or to a law enforcement officer specified by the person, copies of all application forms or application information containing the person's name, address, or other identifying information pertaining to the application filed with the supervised financial organization by an unauthorized person in violation of Section 530.5 of the Penal Code. (2) Before providing the person with copies pursuant to paragraph (1), the supervised financial organization shall inform the requesting person of the categories of identifying information that the unauthorized person used to complete the application, and shall require the requesting person to provide identifying information in those categories and a copy of the police report. (3) The supervised financial organization shall provide copies of all forms and information required by this section, without charge, within 10 business days of receipt of the person's request and submission of the required copy of the police report and identifying information. (b) (1) Before a supervised financial organization provides copies to a law enforcement officer pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (a), the supervised financial organization may require the requesting person to provide them with a signed and dated statement by which the person does all of the following: (A) Authorizes disclosure for a stated period. (B) Specifies the name of the agency or department to which the disclosure is authorized. (C) Identifies the type of records that the person authorizes to be disclosed. (2) The supervised financial organization shall include in the statement to be signed by the requesting person a notice that the person has the right at any time to revoke the authorization. (c) As used in this section, "law enforcement officer" means a peace officer as defined by Section 830.1 of the Penal Code.