A. The victim has the right to be present and be heard at any proceeding in which postadjudication release from confinement is being considered and the right to submit a statement to the department of juvenile corrections when a request for discharge on successful completion of the individual treatment plan is considered pursuant to section 41-2820.
B. If the victim has made a request for postadjudication notice, at least fifteen days before the hearing or before the juvenile’s discharge is considered pursuant to section 41-2820, the department of juvenile corrections shall give to the victim written notice of the hearing and of the victim’s right to be present and be heard at the hearing or to submit a statement to the department regarding the request for discharge.
C. If the victim has made a request for postadjudication notice, the department of juvenile corrections shall give notice to the victim of the decision reached by the department. The department shall mail the notice within fifteen days after the department reaches its decision.
D. Any electronic recordings that are made during a postadjudication release hearing shall be provided, on request, to the victim free of charge.