For purposes of this subsection, the following definitions apply: Understanding what is proposed based on age, maturity, developmental level, functioning, and experience.
Knowledge of societal standards for what is being proposed. Awareness of potential consequences and alternatives. Assumption that agreement or disagreement will be accepted equally. Juvenile sexual offender behavior ranges from noncontact sexual behavior such as making obscene phone calls, exhibitionism, voyeurism, and the showing or taking of lewd photographs to varying degrees of direct sexual contact, such as frottage, fondling, digital penetration, rape, fellatio, sodomy, and various other sexually aggressive acts.
When the court determines that a juvenile has no history of a recent comprehensive assessment focused on sexually deviant behavior, the court may, subject to specific appropriation, order the department to conduct or arrange for an examination to determine whether the juvenile sexual offender is amenable to community-based treatment. A multidisciplinary assessment of the sexually deviant behaviors, including an assessment by a certified psychologist, therapist, or psychiatrist.
The frequency and type of contact between the offender and therapist. The specific issues and behaviors to be addressed in the treatment and description of planned treatment methods. Monitoring plans, including any requirements regarding living conditions, school attendance and participation, lifestyle, and monitoring by family members, legal guardians, or others. Anticipated length of treatment. Recommended crime-related prohibitions and curfew.
Reasonable restrictions on the contact between the juvenile sexual offender and either the victim or alleged victim. As a condition of community treatment and supervision, the court may order the offender to: Undergo available outpatient juvenile sexual offender treatment for up to 3 years. A program or provider may not be used for such treatment unless it has an appropriate program designed for sexual offender treatment. Comply with all requirements of the treatment plan. The juvenile sexual offender reports shall reference the treatment plan and include, at a minimum, the following: A description of the treatment activities.
Any other material specified by the court at the time of the disposition. Subsection 2 former s.