(a) The selection criteria set forth in Section 999t shall be adhered to for each child abuser case unless, in the reasonable exercise
of prosecutor's discretion, extraordinary circumstances require departure from those
policies in order to promote the general purposes and intent of this chapter.
(b) Each district attorney's office establishing a child abuser prosecution unit and
receiving state support under this chapter shall submit the following information,
on a quarterly basis, to the Office of Emergency Services:
(1) The number of child abuser cases referred to the district attorney's office for
(2) The number of child abuser cases filed for felony prosecution.
(3) The number of sexual assault cases taken to trial.
(4) The number of child abuser cases tried which resulted in conviction.
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