Idaho Elder Abuse, Exploitation & Negligence Map

Idaho County-By-County Elder Exploitation, Abuse, Negligence Events, Research & Patterns.

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DIRECTIONS:

1) NAVIGATION: Use + or – buttons to zoom map in or out. For heavily concentrated areas click circle clusters for detail view of more regional Pins. Hold left mouse button down to scroll map. Click on Map Pins wait for data to load then access links to regional public news articles, victim/advocate stories with supporting evidence, videos, agency reports and related information specific to that geographic area.

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3) VIOLATION TAGGING & TREND ANALYSIS: Below the map is tagged data of Statutory, Federal Act and occupational compliance violation codes, current case investigations, research data, profiles of repeating perpetrator patterns. Press buttons to filter map data to identify cross related cases, stories and events.

 
Default View Collusion Network Map Tack - Repeating White Collar Crimes # 06-3-00177-1 Collusion Network Map Tack - Repeating White Collar Crimes # 2006-6619 Collusion Network Map Tack - Repeating White Collar Crimes # 2008-6827 White Collar Vulnerable Person Collusion Map # 2013-1509 Collusion Network Map Tack - Repeating White Collar Crimes # 2016-3989 42 C.F.R. 21 50.51 – 50.53 Sherlock AI Data Curator Detective Data Source AI Data Source Aiding and Abetting Bonner County C.F.R Violations C.F.R. 42 § 21-50 C.F.R. 42 § 482.13 Civil Breech Civil Rights Violations CMS Violations Coeur D'alene Collusion Corruption Criminal Conspiracy Criminal Profiteering Crowd-source Defalcation Dept. of Health and Welfare Violations Dept. of Health Violations Elder Abuse Embezzlement Expert Witness Avadavat Exploitation Extortion FDA Violations Felony Crime Fiduciary Violations FINRA Violations Fraud Fraud in the inducement Fraud in the procurement Fraudulent Concealment Hospital IC 15-8-103 IC 18- 3124 IC 18-1352 IC 18-1353 IC 18-1401 IC 18-1405 IC 18-1501 and related violations IC 18-1501 violations IC 18-1505 Violations IC 18-1901 IC 18-1902 IC 18-1903 IC 18-1904 IC 18-1905 IC 18-1906 IC 18-2403 IC 18-2407 IC 18-2706 IC 18-3002 IC 18-3101 IC 18-3123 IC 18-3125 IC 18-3126 IC 18-3601 IC 18-3602 IC 18-3603 IC 18-3605 IC 18-3606 IC 18-3607 IC 18-3609 IC 18-3610 IC 18-3614 IC 18-3615 IC 18-4630 IC 18-4801 IC 18-6501 IC 18-6713 IC 18-7803 IC 18-7803 violations IC 18-918 violations IC 30-1510 IC 39-5302 violations IC 41-1306 IC 41-293 IC 41-294 IC 49-518 IC 5-218 IC 5-219 ICAR violations Idaho Code §§ 18-7801 to -7805 Intimidation. IRE violations IRS Circular 230 Isolation Kootenai Kootenai County Kootenai County Corruption LSW NASW Violations Malpractice Manipulation Moral Turpitude Negligence Organized Repeating Criminal Events Priest Lake Restricted Access Rule 1.1 Rule 1.10 Rule 1.14 Rule 1.15 Rule 1.16 Rule 1.7 Rule 1.8 Rule 4.1 Rule 4.2 Rule 4.3 Rule 4.4 Rule 7.1 Rule 8.1 Rule 8.3 Sandpoint Spokane County SSA Section 28 Violations SSA Subtitle B – Elder Justice SSA Title XVIII Violations State Bar Violations Stevens County TEDRA Violations Undue Influence Uniform Power of Attorney Act Violations Uniform Probate Code Violations Uniform Trust Code Violations
 

Idaho Counties: Ada, Adams, Bannock, Bear Lake, Benewah, Bingham, Blaine, Boise, Bonner, Bonneville, Boundary, Butte, Camas, Canyon, Caribou, Cassia, Clark, Clearwater, Custer, Elmore, Franklin, Fremont, Gem, Gooding, Idaho, Jefferson, Jerome, Kootenai, Latah Lemhi, Lewis, Lincoln, Madison, Minidoka, Nez Perce, Oneida, Owyhee, Payette, Power, Shoshone, Teton, Twin Falls Valley, Washington

Probate Papers Exposé: Feature State Research on Idaho Judicial District 9: Probate Courts, Elder Exploitation & Undue Influence Precedents. 

Dept of Justice Data: IDAHO ADULT ABUSE, NEGLECT AND EXPLOITATION ACT

Civil Financial Exploitation
Idaho Code § 39-5302(6) & (2020)
GENERAL LAWS
TITLE 39.  HEALTH AND SAFETY
CHAPTER 53.  ADULT ABUSE, NEGLECT AND EXPLOITATION ACT
§ 39-5302. Definitions.
For the purposes of this chapter:(6) “Exploitation” means an action that may include, but is not limited to, the unjust or improper use of a vulnerable adult’s financial power of attorney, funds, property, or resources by another person for profit or advantage.


(10) “Vulnerable adult” means a person eighteen (18) years of age or older who is unable to protect himself from abuse, neglect or exploitation due to physical or mental impairment that affects the person’s judgment or behavior to the extent that he lacks sufficient understanding or capacity to make or communicate or implement decisions regarding his person.

Criminal Financial Exploitation
Idaho Code § 18-1505(4)(c) & (4)(e) (2020)
Title 18. Crimes and Punishments
Chapter 15. Children and Vulnerable Adults
§ 18-1505. Abuse, exploitation or neglect of a vulnerable adult
(4) As used in this section:(c) “Exploitation” or “exploit” means an action which may include, but is not limited to, the unjust or improper use of a vulnerable adult’s financial power of attorney, funds, property or resources by another person for profit or advantage.


(4) As used in this section:
(e) “Vulnerable adult” 
means a person eighteen (18) years of age or older who is unable to protect himself from abuse, neglect or exploitation due to physical or mental impairment which affects the person’s judgment or behavior to the extent that he lacks sufficient understanding or capacity to make or communicate or implement decisions regarding his person, funds, property or resources.

Civil Elder Abuse
Idaho Code §§ 39-5301 through 39-5312 (2018)
Idaho Code § 39-5302  (2018)
GENERAL LAWS  TITLE 39.  HEALTH AND SAFETY  CHAPTER 53.  ADULT ABUSE, NEGLECT AND EXPLOITATION ACT

(1) “Abuse” means the intentional or negligent infliction of physical pain, injury or mental injury.

(7) “Exploitation” means an action which may include, but is not limited to, the unjust or improper use of a vulnerable adult’s financial power of attorney, funds, property, or resources by another person for profit or advantage.

(8) “Neglect” means failure of a caretaker to provide food, clothing, shelter or medical care reasonably necessary to sustain the life and health of a vulnerable adult, or the failure of a vulnerable adult to provide those services for himself.

Criminal Elder Abuse
Idaho Code Ann. § 18-1505A
18-1505A.  ABANDONING A VULNERABLE ADULT. (1) Any person who abandons a vulnerable adult, as that term is defined in section 18-1505, Idaho Code, in deliberate disregard of the vulnerable adult’s safety or welfare, regardless of whether the vulnerable adult suffered physical harm from the act of abandonment, shall be guilty of a felony and shall be imprisoned in the state prison for a period not in excess of five (5) years, or by a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars ($5,000), or by both such fine and imprisonment. It shall not be a defense to prosecution under the provisions of this section that the perpetrator lacked the financial ability or means to provide food, clothing, shelter or medical care reasonably necessary to sustain the life and health of a vulnerable adult.
(2)  As used in this section “abandon” means the desertion or willful forsaking of a vulnerable adult by any individual, caretaker as defined by subsection (4)(b) of section 18-1505, Idaho Code, or entity which has assumed responsibility for the care of the vulnerable adult by contract, receipt of payment of care, any relationship arising from blood or marriage wherein the vulnerable adult has become the dependent of another or by order of a court of competent jurisdiction; provided that abandon shall not mean the termination of services to a vulnerable adult by a physician licensed under chapter 18, title 54, Idaho Code, or anyone under his direct supervision, where the physician determines, in the exercise of his professional judgment, that termination of such services is in the best interests of the patient.https://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/idstat…
Criminal Elder Abuse
Idaho Code Ann. § 18-1505
18-1505.  ABUSE, EXPLOITATION OR NEGLECT OF A VULNERABLE ADULT. (1) Any person who abuses or neglects a vulnerable adult under circumstances likely to produce great bodily harm or death is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment for not more than ten (10) years and not more than a twenty-five thousand dollar ($25,000) fine.
(2)  Any person who abuses or neglects a vulnerable adult under circumstances other than those likely to produce great bodily harm or death is guilty of a misdemeanor.
(3)  Any person who exploits a vulnerable adult is guilty of a misdemeanor, unless the monetary damage from such exploitation exceeds one thousand dollars ($1,000), in which case the person is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment for not more than ten (10) years and not more than a twenty-five thousand dollar ($25,000) fine.
(4)  As used in this section:
(a)  “Abuse” means the intentional or negligent infliction of physical pain, injury or mental injury. Intentional abuse shall be punished under subsection (1) or (2) of this section depending upon the harm inflicted. Abuse by negligent infliction shall only be punished under subsection (2) of this section.
(b)  “Caretaker” means any individual or institution that is responsible by relationship, contract or court order to provide food, shelter or clothing, medical or other life-sustaining necessities to a vulnerable adult.
(c)  “Exploitation” or “exploit” means an action which may include, but is not limited to, the unjust or improper use of a vulnerable adult’s financial power of attorney, funds, property or resources by another person for profit or advantage.
(d)  “Neglect” means failure of a caretaker to provide food, clothing, shelter or medical care to a vulnerable adult, in such a manner as to jeopardize the life, health or safety of the vulnerable adult.
(e)  “Vulnerable adult” means a person eighteen (18) years of age or older who is unable to protect himself from abuse, neglect or exploitation due to physical or mental impairment which affects the person’s judgment or behavior to the extent that he lacks sufficient understanding or capacity to make or communicate or implement decisions regarding his person, funds, property or resources.
(5)  Nothing in this section shall be construed to mean a person is abused, neglected or exploited for the sole reason he is relying upon treatment by spiritual means through prayer alone in accordance with the tenets and practices of a recognized church or religious denomination; nor shall the provisions of this section be construed to require any medical care or treatment in contravention of the stated or implied objection of such a person.
(6)  Nothing in this section shall be construed to mean that an employer or supervisor of a person who abuses, exploits or neglects a vulnerable adult may be prosecuted unless there is direct evidence of a violation of this statute by the employer or supervisor.https://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/idstat…
Criminal Elder Abuse
Idaho Code Ann. § 18-1505B
18-1505B.  SEXUAL ABUSE AND EXPLOITATION OF A VULNERABLE ADULT. (1) It is a felony for any person, with the intent of arousing, appealing to or gratifying the lust, passion or sexual desires of such person, a vulnerable adult or a third party, to:
(a)  Commit any lewd or lascivious act or acts upon or with the body or any part or member thereof of a vulnerable adult including, but not limited to: genital-genital contact, oral-genital contact, anal-genital contact, oral-anal contact, manual-anal contact or manual-genital contact, whether between persons of the same or opposite sex;
(b)  Involve a vulnerable adult in any act of bestiality or sadomasochism as defined in section 18-1507, Idaho Code; or
(c)  Cause or have sexual contact with a vulnerable adult, not amounting to lewd conduct as defined in paragraph (a) of this subsection.
(2)  For the purposes of this section:
(a)  “Commercial purpose” means the intention, objective, anticipation or expectation of monetary gain or other material consideration, compensation, remuneration or profit.
(b)  “Sexual contact” means any physical contact between a vulnerable adult and any person or between vulnerable adults, which is caused by the actor, or the actor causing the vulnerable adult to have self-contact;
(c)  “Sexually exploitative material” means any image, photograph, motion picture, video, print, negative, slide or other mechanically, electronically, digitally or chemically produced or reproduced visual material that shows a vulnerable adult engaged in, participating in, observing or being used for explicit sexual conduct, or showing a vulnerable adult engaging in, participating in, observing or being used for explicit sexual conduct, in actual time, including, but not limited to, video chat, webcam sessions or video calling; and
(d)  “Vulnerable adult” is as defined in section 18-1505, Idaho Code.
(3)  Sexual abuse of a vulnerable adult is a felony and shall be punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for a period not to exceed twenty-five (25) years or by a fine not to exceed twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000), or by both such fine and imprisonment.
(4)  It shall be a felony for any person to commit sexual exploitation of a vulnerable adult if, for any commercial purpose, he knowingly:
(a)  Causes, induces or permits a vulnerable adult to engage in or be used in any explicit sexual conduct as defined in section 18-1507, Idaho Code; or
(b)  Prepares, arranges for, publishes, produces, promotes, makes, sells, finances, offers, exhibits, advertises, deals in, possesses or distributes sexually exploitative material.
(5)  The possession by any person of three (3) or more identical copies of any sexually exploitative material shall create a presumption that such possession is for a commercial purpose.
(6)  Sexual exploitation of a vulnerable adult shall be punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for a period not to exceed fifteen (15) years or by a fine not to exceed twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000), or by both such fine and imprisonment.https://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/idstat…

 

IDAHO BENCH CARD, WINGS GUARDIANSHIP & CONSERVATORSHIP MONITORING PROGRAMS: LIMITED GUARDIANSHIPS, CONSERVATORSHIPS, AND SUPPORTED DECISION MAKING:

https://isc.idaho.gov/gc/Bench_Card-Supported_Decision_Making_2018.pdf

American Bar Association: WINGS – An Innovative and Collaborative Approach to Reform

Educational Resources to Mitigate Vulnerable Person Crimes: Support Articles, PDF Handbooks, State Statutes & Online Platform Resources

Dept. of Justice; Elder Rights Initiative, American Bar Association & American Psychiatrists Association: ELDER ABUSE RESOURCES, LAWS & GUIDES

  1. Legal Issues Related to Elder Abuse A Pocket Guide for Law Enforcement
  2. Elder Abuse Guide For Law Enforcement (EAGLE) State Specific Laws
  3. Additional Charges using Elder Justice Initiative Definitions

DIMINISHED CAPACITY ASSESSMENT HANDBOOKS

  1. Assessment of Older Adults with Diminished Capacity: A Handbook for Psychologists
  2. Judicial Determination of Capacity of Older Adults in Guardianship Proceedings
  3. ASSESSMENT OF OLDER ADULTS WITH DIMINISHED CAPACITIES

Grassroots Stakeholder Movement Resources: Vulnerable Person (VP) Task Force Aggregating, Curating, Tracking and Profiling Webs, Maps & Apps:

  1. VP TASKFORCE
  2. CITIZENS PUBLIC SAFETY NETWORK (CPSN)
  3. CITIZEN TO CITIZEN (C2C) PUBLIC SAFETY MOVEMENT
  4. CITIZEN POLICING SOFTWARE – ALTRUESOFT
  5. CITIZEN SAFETY MAPS
  6. CITIZEN’S ELDER ADVOCATE SUPPORT ENTERPRIZE (CEASE)
  7. VICTIM’S ENFORCEMENT NETWORK GATHERING EVIDENCE (VENGE)
  8. D.E.F.A.L.C.A.T.I.O.N.
  9. NORTHWEST JOURNAL’S PROBATE PAPERS

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National Center on Law & Elder Rights Research.

NCLER: Elder Abuse: The Impact of Undue Influence

https://ncler.acl.gov/pdf/Advanced-Elder-Abuse-The-Impact-of-Undue-Influence.pdf

“Psychologist Margaret Singer was one of the first researchers to connect elder abuse to undue influence,
which she defined as “(w)hen people use their role and power to exploit the trust, dependency, and fear of
others. They use this power to deceptively gain control over the decision making of the second person.”

The psychological tactics of undue influence have been likened to tactics used by cults, ….”

Who commits undue influence
The psychological definition of undue influence implies that the influencer is someone the older adult knows and with whom the older adult already has a relationship of trust or who intentionally develops and then takes advantage of a relationship of trust with the older adult.

Leading Experts in Accessing Undue Influence in Elder Abuse Litigation Matters.

» The Bernatz SCAM Model,

bernatzexperts.com/areas-of-expertise/scam%E2%84%A2-model

» Bennett Blum, Undue influence-Behavioral Models,

bennettblummd.com/undue_influence_models.html

 

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