(1) Court appointed special advocate programs may be established and shall operate pursuant to the Court Appointed Special Advocate Act.
(2) A court appointed special advocate program shall:
(a) Be an organization that screens, trains, and supervises court appointed special advocate volunteers to advocate for the best interests of children when appointed by a court as provided in section 43-3710. Each court may be served by a court appointed special advocate program. One program may serve more than one court;
(b) Hold regular case conferences with volunteers to review case progress and conduct annual performance reviews for all volunteers;
(c) Provide staff and volunteers with written program policies, practices, and procedures; and
(d) Provide the training required pursuant to section 43-3708.