Legislation Relating to Criminal Justice and the Physically and Developmentally Disabled

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Legislative Reference Bureau, 1980 - Criminal justice, Administration of - 23 pages
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Page 11 - ... the proper reverence and respect for and the history and meaning of the American flag, the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution; as well as the duties and responsibilities of citizenship...
Page 6 - Progress records" means those pupil records which include the pupil's grades, a statement of the courses the pupil has taken, the pupil's attendance record and records of the pupil's school extracurricular activities. (2) CONFIDENTIALITY. All pupil records maintained by a public school shall be confidential, except as provided in pars, (a) to (g).
Page 5 - Assembly bill 1242, relating to transfer of and acces to records of juveniles who are subject to legal proceedings; Assembly bill 1243, relating to considerations in fixing the amount of bail; Assembly bill 1244, relating to presentence investigations and reports and granting rule-making authority [by Gordon A.
Page 13 - Committee has reviewed the education-related responsibilities of the local mental health boards and school districts, the Department of Health and Social Services and the Department of Public Instruction.
Page 3 - ... disabled persons during the time they are institutionalized, the provision of services to those persons and the procedures for conveying information about such persons' mental and physical condition to other agencies when such persons are released.
Page 6 - Behavioral records" means those pupil records which include psychological tests, personality evaluations, records of conversations, any written statement relating specifically to an individual pupil's behavior, tests relating specifically to achievement or measurement of ability, the pupil's physical health records and any other pupil records which are not progress records. (c) "Progress records...
Page 21 - Manual, prepared by the Division of Corrections, Department of Health and Social Services, dated June 1, 1978.
Page 7 - ... the court requires. (3) Exclusions. The presentence report must exclude the following: (A) any diagnoses that, if disclosed, might seriously disrupt a rehabilitation program; (B) any sources of information obtained upon a promise of confidentiality; and (C) any other information that, if disclosed, might result in physical or other harm to the defendant or others. (e) Disclosing the Report and Recommendation. (1) Time to Disclose. Unless the defendant has consented in writing, the probation officer...
Page 9 - Secretary Department of Health and Social Services One West Wilson Street, Room 663 Madison...
Page 6 - ... instead of or in addition to that which is provided by public and private schools, to residents of state juvenile correctional facilities, facilities operated by child welfare agencies and centers for the developmentally disabled.

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