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PDFWAC 388-880-058

How SCC considers a recommendation for a resident's unconditional discharge.

(1) When the department, based on forensic evaluation that opines that a resident no longer meets the definition of a sexually violent predator, or based on progress in sex offender treatment and a successful transition process into the community, considers a resident for unconditional discharge, the clinical director shall convene a meeting of the senior clinical team within thirty days and provide a clinical recommendation to the superintendent.
(a) In formulating the clinical recommendation, the senior clinical team shall review any and all relevant information about this person, such as: Behavior, medication compliance, manifestation and management of dynamic risk factors, evidence or absence of paraphilia and personality disorder, responsivity, psychological testing, polygraph results, PPG assessment results, etc.
(b) The senior clinical team will provide the superintendent with a written statement identifying the clinical concerns of the team, if any.
(2) The superintendent or designee, after review of the forensic opinion and the clinical recommendation, will make a determination regarding the recommendation for the resident's unconditional discharge and will notify the relevant parties of the SCC position on the resident's unconditional discharge.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 71.09 RCW and RCW 72.01.090. WSR 10-13-130, ยง 388-880-058, filed 6/22/10, effective 7/23/10.]
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