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House Bill 1366


House Bill 1366

ARCHIVE (2007)

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DIGEST OF HB1366 (Updated January 23, 2007 11:15 am - DI 107)


Community transition program. Establishes a 180 day community transition commencement date for offenders who have been accepted and assigned to a reentry court program. Requires the department of correction (department) to notify a community transition program (CTP) at least 120 days before an offender is assigned to the CTP, and requires the department to provide the CTP with certain information about the offender. Permits an offender to make a written statement regarding the offender's participation in a CTP, and removes a provision permitting an offender to delay participating in a CTP. Authorizes the department to delay an offender's assignment to a CTP if the offender is participating in a departmental program. Authorizes the department to terminate an offender's participation in a CTP if the offender violates CTP rules, establishes a procedure for a CTP to conduct disciplinary hearings, and requires the department to train CTP employees in procedures for conducting a disciplinary hearing. Requires a CTP to notify the department within 24 hours if an offender is absent without authorization. Makes other changes and conforming amendments. (The introduced version of this bill was prepared by the sentencing policy study committee.)
Current Status:
 In Committee - first House
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