53-21-1106. (Temporary) Montana suicide review team -- duties. (1) There is a Montana suicide review team established to review the circumstances related to suicides and to make recommendations to the governor. Activities of the suicide review team are limited to:
(a) performing an in-depth analysis of suicides that occur in Montana, including a review of records available by law;
(b) compiling statistics related to suicides for use in reports published by the department;
(c) analyzing the causes of suicides; and
(d) recommending measures to prevent future suicides.
(2) The suicide review team may not review suicides that occur within the boundaries of an Indian reservation if the tribal government opposes the review.
(3) The suicide review team shall provide a report to the governor before the end of each biennium that summarizes the review team's work and recommendations. (Terminates June 30, 2016--sec. 16, Ch. 353, L. 2013.)
History: En. Sec. 2, Ch. 353, L. 2013.