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Domestic violence lawsWhat must a program know about domestic violence laws and justice system practices?

Each treatment program certified to provide assessments or any level of domestic violence intervention treatment must ensure that the program has an understanding of the laws pertaining to domestic violence and the operation of the justice system.
(1) At a minimum, a program must be familiar with and have written documentation of:
(a) State laws regulating the response to domestic violence by the criminal justice system;
(b) Relief available to victims of domestic violence offered by:
(i) Washington domestic violence law and civil protection orders;
(ii) Criminal no-contact orders; and
(iii) Civil restraining orders; and
(c) Information about local law enforcement, prosecution, and court and probation programs that work with domestic violence cases.
(2) The written documentation required in this section must be available at all times in print or electronic form to all direct service staff.
[WSR 19-15-044, recodified as § 388-60B-0340, filed 7/11/19, effective 7/28/19. WSR 18-14-078, recodified as § 110-60A-0340, filed 6/29/18, effective 7/1/18. Statutory Authority: RCW 26.50.150. WSR 18-12-034, § 388-60A-0340, filed 5/29/18, effective 6/29/18.]
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