.................... moves to amend the CEH0695-1 committee engrossment to H.F. No.
695 as follows:
Page 24, after line 33, insert:
"Sec. 28. Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 611A.203, subdivision 4, is amended to read:
Subd. 4. Duties; access to data.
(a) The domestic fatality review team shall collect,
review, and analyze death certificates and death data, including investigative reports,
medical and counseling records, victim service records, employment records, child abuse
reports, or other information concerning domestic violence deaths, survivor interviews
and surveys, and other information deemed by the team as necessary and appropriate
concerning the causes and manner of domestic violence deaths.
(b) The review team has access to the following not public data, as defined in
13.02, subdivision 8a
, relating to a case being reviewed by the team: inactive
law enforcement investigative data under section
; autopsy records and coroner or
medical examiner investigative data under section
; hospital, public health, or other
medical records of the victim under section
; records under section
by social service agencies that provided services to the victim, the alleged perpetrator, or
another victim who experienced or was threatened with domestic abuse by the perpetrator;
and child maltreatment records under section
, relating to the victim or a family or
household member of the victim. Access to medical records under this paragraph also
includes records governed by sections
. The review team has access to
1.21corrections and detention data as provided in section 13.85.
(c) As part of any review, the domestic fatality review team may compel the
production of other records by applying to the district court for a subpoena, which will be
effective throughout the state according to the Rules of Civil Procedure.
1.25EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.
Renumber the sections in sequence and correct the internal references
Amend the title accordingly