House Bill 1413
DIGEST OF HB1413 (Updated February 21, 2005 5:56 pm - DI 84)
Reimbursement for treatment after sexual assault. Services to sex crime victims. Increases from 48 to 96 hours the time a victim of a sex crime who is at least 18 years of age has to report the crime to qualify for reimbursement for emergency medical services. Provides that a victim less than 18 years of age must report a sex crime to child protective services or a law enforcement officer to qualify for reimbursement, but the action is not subject to any time requirements in doing so. Requires the victim services division of the criminal justice institute to process applications for reimbursement for emergency services to a sex crime victim within 120 days.
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