STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
67-1405. Duties of the attorney general regarding child sexual abuse reports. (1) The department of health and welfare, each city police department, each county sheriff and the Idaho state police shall submit to the office of the attorney general a report of each child sexual abuse incident reported to each agency of state or local government. The report shall contain such information as specified by the attorney general. It shall be the duty of the attorney general to the greatest extent possible to use and develop the information required in this section on forms currently in use by each governmental entity, thus avoiding unnecessary paperwork.
(2) It shall be the duty of each county prosecuting attorney to submit to the office of the attorney general a report of each child sexual abuse case handled by the prosecuting attorney. The report required pursuant to this section shall be designed by the attorney general to minimize the paperwork impact on each county prosecutor.
(3) The administrative office of the courts shall submit to the office of the attorney general a report showing the disposition of each child sexual abuse case handled by each of the district courts throughout the state. This reporting requirement may be satisfied by submission of a copy of a judgment made and entered in each case.
(4) The commission of pardons and parole shall submit to the office of the attorney general a report showing the release or discharge of any individual convicted of a crime involving child sexual abuse. Such report shall be designed to minimize the paperwork impact upon the commission.
(5) The office of the attorney general in conjunction with the governor of the state of Idaho shall report, prepare and submit to the legislature a report showing all of the statistical data and information compiled as a result of the reporting requirement contained within this section. This report shall be prepared and submitted no later than January 20 of each year.
[67-1405, added 1989, ch. 382, sec. 2, p. 952; am. 2000, ch. 469, sec. 132, p. 1594; am. 2015, ch. 244, sec. 46, p. 1033.]