surveillance of youth activities may occur without youth awareness as approved
by the superintendent. Only those individuals designated by the superintendent
may become aware of the contents of surveillance.
(2) The superintendent shall create policies
and procedures to protect privacy rights of youth.
(3) Surveillance may include staff
observation, cameras, intercoms, microphones, telephone monitoring and
recording devices or other electronic or surveillance devices.
(4) Surveillance shall be limited to
legitimate security needs of the institution.
(5) Information obtained by surveillance may
be used by the department or law enforcement for purposes that include, but are
not limited to, administrative actions, discipline, program direction and
institution shall notify all youth, staff and visitors of the potential for
their activities to be monitored and recorded throughout the
(7) Surveillance may
not be used to interfere with or compromise privileged communications between
attorney and client.