STATE CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS
IDAHO SECURITY MEDICAL PROGRAM
66-1304. Sources of residents. (1) Patients admitted to the program may originate from the following sources:
(a) Commitments by the courts as unfit to proceed pursuant to section 18-212, Idaho Code.
(b) Commitments by the courts of persons acquitted of a crime on the grounds of mental illness or defect pursuant to section 18-214, Idaho Code.
(c) Referrals by the courts for psychosocial diagnosis and recommendations as part of the pretrial or presentence procedure or determination of mental competency to stand trial.
(d) Mentally ill adult prisoners from city, county and state correctional institutions for diagnosis, evaluation or treatment.
(e) Commitments by the courts pursuant to section 66-329, Idaho Code.
(f) Criminal commitments of the Idaho department of correction requiring some form of specialized program not otherwise available.
(2) Residents coming to the program in the circumstances of subsection (1)(a), (b) and (e) of this section must first be found to be both dangerous and mentally ill, as defined in section 66-1305, Idaho Code, in judicial proceedings conducted in accordance with section 66-329, Idaho Code.
[66-1304, added 1976, ch. 360, sec. 2, p. 1180; am. 1981, ch. 114, sec. 39, p. 195; am. 2007, ch. 336, sec. 5, p. 986.]