Sec. 31-294h. Benefits for police officers suffering mental or emotional impairment. Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter, workers’ compensation benefits for any police officer, as defined in subparagraph (B)(ii) of subdivision (16) of section 31-275, who suffers a mental or emotional impairment arising from such police officer’s use of deadly force or subjection to deadly force in the line of duty, shall be limited to treatment by a psychologist or a psychiatrist who is on the approved list of practicing physicians established by the chairman of the Workers’ Compensation Commission pursuant to section 31-280.
(P.A. 05-208, S. 5.)