Texas Code of Criminal Procedure

Art. Art. 62.403
Individual Risk Assessment


The council by rule shall establish, develop, or adopt an individual risk assessment tool or a group of individual risk assessment tools that:


evaluates the criminal history of a person required to register under this chapter; and


seeks to predict:


the likelihood that the person will engage in criminal activity that may result in the person receiving a second or subsequent reportable adjudication or conviction; and


the continuing danger, if any, that the person poses to the community.


On the written request of a person with a single reportable adjudication or conviction that appears on the list published under Article 62.402 (Determination of Minimum Required Registration Period)(b), the council shall:


evaluate the person using the individual risk assessment tool or group of individual risk assessment tools established, developed, or adopted under Subsection (a); and


provide to the person a written report detailing the outcome of an evaluation conducted under Subdivision (1).


An individual risk assessment provided to a person under this subchapter is confidential and is not subject to disclosure under Chapter 552 (Public Information), Government Code.
Reenacted and amended by Acts 2005, 79th Leg., Ch. 1008 (H.B. 867), Sec. 1.01, eff. September 1, 2005.

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