§ 265-A:40 Multiple DWI Offender Intervention Program
265-A:40 Multiple DWI Offender Intervention Program.
I. The commissioner of the department of health and human services shall be responsible for the establishment and administration of the 7-day multiple DWI offender intervention program which persons convicted under RSA 265-A:2 or RSA 265-A:3 or sentenced pursuant to RSA 651:2, V(h) may be required to attend. The commissioner shall have the authority to directly operate the program, to approve community-based providers to operate the program in accordance with rules adopted pursuant to RSA 541-A, or to contract with public or private entities to operate the program.
II. Any person who attends the 7-day multiple DWI offender intervention program shall be required to pay the fees for the program to the department of health and human services. Full payment shall be made in advance unless the person has entered into a payment plan contract with the office of reimbursements prior to entry into the program. Payment of all fees shall be made no later than one year after completion of the program. The fees shall be sufficient to make the program self-supporting, exclusive of start-up costs. The fees collected shall be deposited in a special account in the office of the state treasurer and utilized as provided in RSA 265-A:41.
III. The 7-day multiple DWI offender intervention program shall furnish to the courts a report indicating when a person has completed attendance at the program, and shall furnish to the division of motor vehicles, department of safety, a report indicating when a person who attends the program pursuant to RSA 265-A:18 has successfully completed the program and treatment or involvement in a substance abuse program when appropriate and warranted.
IV. The commissioner of the department of health and human services shall adopt rules, pursuant to RSA 541-A, relative to the operation of the 7-day multiple DWI offender intervention program with respect to:
(a) Program curriculum and content.
(b) Any other matter related to the proper administration of this section.