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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
- Chapter 66. Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
- Section 50. Duties of the Council.
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AS 18.66.050. Duties of the Council.
The council shall
- (1) hire an executive director, and the executive director may hire staff; the executive director and staff are in the
exempt service under AS 39.25.110
- (2) elect one of its members as presiding officer;
- (3) in consultation with authorities in the field, develop, implement, maintain, and monitor domestic violence, sexual
assault, and crisis intervention and prevention programs, including educational programs, films, and school curricula
on the cause, prevention, and treatment of domestic violence and sexual assault;
- (4) coordinate services provided by the Department of Law, the Department of Education and Early Development, the
Department of Public Safety, the Department of Health and Social Services, and other state agencies and community
groups dealing with domestic violence, sexual assault, and crisis intervention and prevention, and provide technical
assistance as requested by those state agencies and community groups;
- (5) develop and implement a standardized data collection system on domestic violence, sexual assault, and crisis
intervention and prevention;
- (6) conduct public hearings and studies on issues relating to violence, including domestic violence and sexual assault,
and on issues relating to the role of crisis intervention and prevention;
- (7) receive and dispense state and federal money and award grants and contracts from appropriations for the purpose to
qualified local community entities for domestic violence, sexual assault, and crisis intervention and prevention
- (8) oversee and audit domestic violence, sexual assault, and crisis intervention and prevention programs that receive
money under this chapter;
- (9) provide fiscal and technical assistance to plan, organize, implement and administer domestic violence, sexual assault,
and crisis intervention and prevention programs;
- (10) make an annual report to the governor on the activities of the council, plans of the council for new services and
programs, and concerns of the council, including recommendations for legislation necessary to carry out the purposes of
this chapter; the council shall notify the legislature that the report is available;
- (11) adopt regulations in accordance with AS 44.62 (Administrative
Procedure Act) to carry out the purposes of this chapter and to protect the health, safety, well-being, and privacy of
persons receiving services financed with grants or contracts under this chapter;
- (12) consult with the Department of Health and Social Services in the formulation of standards and procedures for the
delivery of services to victims of domestic violence by health care facilities and practitioners of healing arts and
personnel in those facilities as required in AS 18.66.300
- (13) consult with the Alaska Police Standards Council and other police training programs in the state to develop training
programs regarding domestic violence for police officers and for correction, probation, and parole officers;
- (14) consult with public employers, the Alaska Supreme Court, school districts, and prosecuting authorities who are
required by AS 18.66.300
- 18.66.310 to provide continuing education courses
in domestic violence to employees.
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