Delaware Code Title 11, § 9503
Victim Offender Mediation, Confidentiality
All memoranda, work notes or products, or case files or programs established under this chapter are confidential and privileged and are not subject to disclosure in any judicial or administrative proceeding unless the court or administrative tribunal determines that the materials were submitted by a participant to the program for the purpose of avoiding discovery of the material in a subsequent proceeding. Any communication relating to the subject matter of the resolution made during the mediation process by any participant, mediator or any other person is a privileged communication and is not subject to disclosure in any judicial or administrative proceeding unless all parties to the communication waive the privilege. The foregoing privilege and limitation of evidentiary use does not apply to any communication of a threat that injury or damage may be inflicted on any person or on the property of a party to the dispute, to the extent the communication may be relevant evidence in a criminal matter. Nothing in this section shall prevent the Victim-Offender Mediation Committee from obtaining access to any information it deems necessary to administer this chapter.