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(a) Under the supervision of the Division of Parole and Probation, a sexual offender management team shall conduct lifetime sexual offender supervision and the supervision of probation, parole, or mandatory release of a person subject to lifetime sexual offender supervision.
(b) A sexual offender management team:
(1) consists of:
(i) a specially trained parole and probation agent; and
(ii) a representative of a sexual offender treatment program or provider; and
(2) may include:
(i) victim advocates or victim service providers with recognized expertise in sexual abuse and victimization;
(ii) faith counselors;
(iii) employment counselors;
(iv) community leaders;
(v) a polygraph examiner with recognized expertise in sexual offender-specific polygraph examination;
(vi) a law enforcement officer;
(vii) an assistant State's Attorney;
(viii) an assistant public defender; and
(ix) a foreign or sign language interpreter.
(c)(1) A sexual offender management team shall submit a progress report on each person under supervision to the sentencing court, or juvenile court in the case of a person who is required to register under § 11-704(c) of this subtitle, once every 6 months.
(2) Unless disclosure of a report would be in violation of laws regarding confidentiality of treatment records, a sexual offender management team shall provide copies of each progress report to local law enforcement units of the county in which the person resides.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Maryland Code, Criminal Procedure § 11-725 - last updated December 31, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/md/criminal-procedure/md-code-crim-proc-sect-11-725/
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