Restorative justice program
- • rules
(1)(a) The Psychiatric Security Review Board may develop a restorative justice program to assist the recovery of crime victims when a person is found guilty except for insanity of a crime or responsible except for insanity for an act.
(b) The board may enter into a contract with a nonprofit educational institution or other nonprofit organization that provides for the administration of the restorative justice program by the institution or organization.
(2) Any documents or oral communications created, submitted or provided for use in the restorative justice program are confidential, exempt from public disclosure and:
(a) May not be disclosed to or used by board members.
(b) May not be used or disclosed by restorative justice program staff, volunteers or participants for any purpose unrelated to the program.
(c) Are not admissible as evidence in any subsequent administrative or judicial proceeding, including board proceedings and deliberations.
(3) The board may adopt rules to carry out the provisions of this section. [2017 c.442 §1]
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