(1) To ensure that the constitutional and statutory rights of victims are preserved
in criminal cases being prosecuted or defended by the department, the attorney general
may appoint, in accordance with section 13 of article XII of the state constitution, a victims' services coordinator.
(2) The victims' services coordinator shall perform such services as designated by
the attorney general to ensure that victims of crime are afforded the rights described
in section 24-4.1-302.5 with regard to criminal cases being prosecuted or defended by the department.
(3) The attorney general may further direct the victims' services coordinator to provide
appropriate services to the victims of crime, as defined by section 18-1-104(1), whose cases are being handled on appeal by the department.
(4) The position of victims' services coordinator is subject to the state personnel
system and shall be properly classified under the state personnel director's classification
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