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As used in this part:
(1) “Center” means a Children's Justice Center established in accordance with Section 67-5b-102.
(2) “Child abuse case” means a juvenile, civil, or criminal case involving a child abuse victim.
(3) “Child abuse victim” means a child 17 years of age or younger who is:
(a) a victim of:
(i) sexual abuse; or
(ii) physical abuse; or
(b) a victim or a critical witness in any criminal case, such as a child endangerment case described in Section 76-5-112.5.
(4) “Officers and employees” means any person performing services for two or more public agencies as agreed in a memorandum of understanding in accordance with Section 67-5b-104.
(5) “Public agency” means a municipality, a county, the attorney general, the Division of Child and Family Services, the Division of Juvenile Justice Services, the Department of Corrections, the juvenile court, or the Administrative Office of the Courts.
(6) “Satellite office” means a child-friendly facility supervised by a Children's Justice Center established in accordance with Section 67-5b-102.
(7)(a) “Volunteer” means any individual who donates service without pay or other compensation except expenses actually and reasonably incurred as approved by the supervising agency.
(b) “Volunteer” does not include an individual participating in human subjects research or a court-ordered compensatory service worker as defined in Section 67-20-2.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Code Title 67. State Officers and Employees § 67-5b-101. Definitions - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/title-67-state-officers-and-employees/ut-code-sect-67-5b-101/
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