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The department's advisory committeeWho is on the advisory committee and what is its role?

The department will establish and appoint a volunteer group to serve as the Washington state domestic violence intervention treatment program standards advisory committee.
(1) The role of the advisory committee is to:
(a) Advise the department regarding recommended changes to the program standards; and
(b) Provide technical assistance on program standards, implementation, training, certification, and recertification criteria.
(2) The advisory committee may include the following members:
(a) Up to four persons representing the perspective of survivors of domestic violence who must be chosen with input from the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV);
(b) One person who identifies as a victim or survivor of domestic violence;
(c) Up to four persons representing the perspective of state-certified domestic violence intervention treatment programs who may be chosen with input from the Northwest Association of Domestic Violence Treatment Professionals (NWADVTP) or another currently active organization for domestic violence intervention treatment providers in Washington state;
(d) Up to four persons representing the perspective of adult misdemeanant probation and Washington state courts of limited jurisdiction who may be chosen with input from the Misdemeanant Corrections Association and the Washington State District and Municipal Court Judges Association;
(e) One person representing the department of corrections;
(f) One person representing the office of the administrator for the courts; and
(g) One person representing an academic and research perspective.
(3) Advisory committee members are appointed for up to two-year terms.
(4) The department may replace committee members at any time or if the member has two unexcused absences from two consecutive committee meetings.
(5) If funds are available, the department may reimburse advisory committee members for travel and meal expenses related to service on the committee.
(6) Advisory committee members must not receive any other compensation for service on the committee.
(7) The frequency of meetings for the advisory committee is at discretion of the department, as needed.
[WSR 19-15-044, recodified as § 388-60B-0035, filed 7/11/19, effective 7/28/19. WSR 18-14-078, recodified as § 110-60A-0035, filed 6/29/18, effective 7/1/18. Statutory Authority: RCW 26.50.150. WSR 18-12-034, § 388-60A-0035, filed 5/29/18, effective 6/29/18.]
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