In this Division—
"interstate security patient" means a person who—
(a) has been convicted of an offence in another State or Territory that would be an offence if committed in Victoria; and
(b) is serving a sentence of imprisonment in any relevant State (other than Victoria) for that offence (whether in a prison or otherwise); and
(c) is required to receive involuntary treatment for mental illness in the State in which he or she is serving his or her sentence;
"mental health facility" means a facility for the detention and treatment of persons who have mental illness;
"relevant State", in relation to an interstate security patient, means the State or Territory in which the sentence was imposed on the security patient.