(1) The juvenile panel of the Psychiatric Security Review Board, by rule pursuant to ORS 183.325 (Delegation of rulemaking authority to named officer or employee) to 183.410 (Agency determination of applicability of rule or statute to petitioner) and not inconsistent with law, may implement its policies and set out its procedure and practice requirements and may promulgate such interpretive rules as the panel deems necessary or appropriate to carry out its statutory responsibilities.
(2) The juvenile panel of the Psychiatric Security Review Board shall adopt rules defining the type of dangerous behavior that requires the temporary placement of a young person with mental retardation in a secure hospital or facility.
(3) The juvenile panel of the Psychiatric Security Review Board shall consult with the Department of Human Services about proposed rules relating to developmental disabilities and the Oregon Health Authority about proposed rules relating to mental illness before issuing proposed rules for public comment and before adopting rules under this section. [2007 c.889 §6; 2009 c.595 §372]
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