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     2-6-31.   Jolene's Law Task Force created. There is hereby created the Jolene's Law Task Force to study the impact of sexual abuse of children in this state and to make recommendations to the Legislature on policies to effectively address the issue. The task force shall consist of the following fifteen members:
             (1)      The President Pro Tempore of the Senate shall appoint two members of the Senate;
             (2)      The Speaker of the House of Representatives shall appoint two members of the House of Representatives;
             (3)      The President Pro Tempore of the Senate shall appoint the following four members:
             (a)      A child abuse pediatrician whose experience and clinical practice is associated with a child advocacy center in the state;
             (b)      A representative associated with a non-profit organization that provides training and education aimed at the prevention of sexual abuse of children;
             (c)      A representative from a child advocacy center in the state with experience serving children who have been subjected to sexual abuse;
             (d)      A person who was a victim of sexual abuse as a child;
             (4)      The Speaker of the House shall appoint the following four members:
             (a)      A representative from a tribal organization in this state with experience and training in the area of sexual abuse of children;
             (b)      A representative of a law enforcement organization in the state with direct experience working with child sexual abuse investigations;
             (c)      A victim's advocate who works directly with child victims of sexual abuse; and
             (d)      A mental health professional with experience and training using trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy in the area of child sexual abuse;
             (5)      A representative from the Department of Social Services;
             (6)      A representative from the Department of Health;
             (7)      A representative from the Department of Education.

Source: SL 2014, ch 13, ยง 1.


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