The following persons may ask the chief psychiatrist for a psychiatrist report about the person in relation to the charge of the serious offence—
(a) the person;
(b) the person’s nominated support person, if the nominated support person believes the request is in the person’s best interests;
(c) a personal guardian authorised to make decisions for the person under the Guardianship and Administration Act 2000 , if the request is within the guardian’s authority;
(d) an attorney authorised to make decisions for personal matters for the person under the Powers of Attorney Act 1998 , if the request is within the attorney’s authority;
(e) a parent of the person, if the person is a minor;
(f) the person’s lawyer, if the person has given instructions to the lawyer to make the request.