Attorney General to establish guidelines and procedures; disclosure of information; access to records of juvenile sex offender; rights of confidentiality and privileges deemed waived.
1. The Attorney General shall establish guidelines and procedures for community notification concerning juvenile sex offenders who are subject to the provisions of NRS 62F.200 to 62F.260, inclusive. The guidelines and procedures for community notification concerning juvenile sex offenders must be, to the extent practicable, consistent with the guidelines and procedures for community notification concerning adult sex offenders established by the Attorney General pursuant to NRS 179D.600 to 179D.800, inclusive.
2. Upon receiving notification from a probation officer or parole officer, as appropriate, assigned to a juvenile sex offender pursuant to NRS 62F.200 to 62F.260, inclusive, the local law enforcement agency receiving the notification shall disclose information regarding the juvenile sex offender to the appropriate persons pursuant to the guidelines and procedures established by the Attorney General pursuant to NRS 179D.600 to 179D.800, inclusive.
3. Each person who is conducting an assessment of the risk of recidivism of a juvenile sex offender must be given access to all records of the juvenile sex offender that are necessary to conduct the assessment, including, but not limited to, records compiled pursuant to title 5 of NRS, and the juvenile sex offender shall be deemed to have waived all rights of confidentiality and all privileges relating to those records for the limited purpose of the assessment.
Last modified: February 25, 2006