16 Sep, 2020

Accredited Assessor – Code of Conduct

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The RMA accredit qualified individuals to be Risk Assessors. When a judge in the high court is considering imposing an Order for Lifelong Restriction, they may issue a Risk Assessment Order (RAO). The RAO means the court appoints a Risk Assessor to prepare a Risk Assessment Report (RAR). Only Risk Assessors who have been accredited by the RMA can prepare the RAR.

Individuals appointed are expected to comply with the RMA’s Code of Conduct for Accredited Assessors.

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