Utah Administrative Code
Title R251 - Administration.
Rule R251-114 - Offender Long-Term Health Care - Notice.
R251-114-3 - Policy.

Universal Citation: UT Admin Code R 251-114-3

It is the policy of the Department if an offender is admitted as a resident of a facility due to a chronic or terminal illness:

(1) UDC shall provide written notice to the administrator of any facility no later than 15 days prior to an offender's admission as a resident.

(2) Notice to a facility shall include the offense for which the offender was convicted, a description of the actual offense, the offender's status with the Department, that the information provided by the Department regarding the offender shall be provided to employees of the facility no later than ten days prior to the offender's admission to the facility, the contact information for the offender's parole officer if the offender is on parole, and a point of contact within the Department.

(3) UDC shall make available to the public on the UDC web page, and upon request, the name and address of the facility where the offender resides, and the date the offender was placed at the facility.

(4) UDC shall provide a training program for the employees who work at the facility where the offender(s) reside, to help ensure the safety of both employees and facility residents.

(5) When the offender is placed by a department or agency from another state, and that department or agency requests it, the UDC shall provide the facility training, if that training has not already been provided, and the UDC may negotiate with the other state for any necessary compensation for this service.

(6) Facility training shall include the duties the administrator of the facility has under Section 64-13-39.5, of the Utah Code, to provide residents of the facility, or their guardians, notice that a convicted felon is being admitted to the facility no later than ten days prior to the offender's admission, to advise potential residents/guardians of current offenders who are residents of the facility, and to assist the UDC training in the safe management of offenders for all employees.

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