A. Each provider shall make reasonable efforts to provide a comfortable and safe environment for participants while attending the program.
B. Non-court providers shall demonstrate proof of continuing professional and public liability insurance, and shall name the court as an additional insured.
C. Providers, program facilities and alternative delivery method environments and materials shall comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act to enable persons with disabilities to participate in the program.
D. A certificate of completion shall be provided to the participant by the provider. The court may prescribe requirements necessary to facilitate proof of attendance to the court. The certificate of completion shall be in a form acceptable to the court and, at a minimum, shall include: the court case number, the date(s) of attendance, the participant's name, and the name (including address and phone number) of the provider.
E. For a period of five years from the date of program completion, the provider shall maintain records that can be accessed by participant's name, case number, and date of class completion.
F. Participants from the same court case shall attend different classes, excepting alternative delivery method classes, unless both participants request to attend the same class. In this instance, the court, or someone on behalf of the court, shall verify that both requests to attend the same class were made voluntarily.
G. Providers and presenters shall be prohibited from soliciting participants as clients for other services.
H. If contracted, education services shall be competitively bid following applicable state and local procurement laws and requirements. Competitive bidding is not required if the court is the provider.
I. Fees and surcharges collected from persons ordered to attend education classes shall be receipted, deposited, accounted for, and disbursed pursuant to statutory requirements and the Minimum Accounting Standards for Arizona Courts.