A community protection service provider must, in addition to other policy and procedure requirements listed in this chapter, develop, train to, and implement the following procedures:
(1) Client security and supervision;
(2) Use of a chaperone agreement that describes who will supervise the client when the client is not under the direct supervision of the community protection service provider;
(3) Compliance with state laws requiring sex offender registration with law enforcement;
(4) Reporting to the division of developmental disabilities the client's refusal to comply with the treatment plan; and
(5) Reporting to the division of developmental disabilities and law enforcement client actions that violate the law or a court order.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 71A.12 RCW. 08-02-022, § 388-101-3980, filed 12/21/07, effective 2/1/08.]