Purposes of chapters.
Division of juvenile corrections.
Treatment program at one or more juvenile correctional facilities.
Contracts requiring prisoner access to personal information.
General corrections authority.
County youth corrections budget and contract.
Juvenile delinquency-related services; supervisory functions of state department.
Division of hearings and appeals; administrator's general duties.
Community residential confinement.
Inmate rehabilitation and aftercare.
Intensive sanctions program.
Mother-young child care program.
Gifts; trustee duty.
Prisoner population limits.
Education and prevention.
Religious organizations; contract powers.
Funding for certain community reintegration services.
Community services to reduce recidivism.
Cooperation and contracts with federal government.
Disbursement of funds and facsimile signatures.
Purchase of care and services.
Payment of benefits.
Grants for pilot programs or demonstration projects.
Council on offender reentry.
Purchases, bills, audits, payments.
Telephone company commissions.
Reports of corrections institutions.
Cost of care and maintenance, liability; collection and deportation counsel; collections; court actions; recovery.
Minimum security correctional institutions.
Honesty testing of sex offenders.
State-local shared correctional facilities.
Medium security prison.
Construction or establishment of certain institutions.
Minimum security corrections institutions.
Correctional and other institutions; expansion and establishment of facilities.
Restriction on construction of correctional facilities.
Training school for delinquent boys.
Reimbursement to visiting families.
Contracts for the transfer and confinement of Wisconsin prisoners in other states.
Structures, facilities and permanent improvements.
Lands; condemnation, easements, leases, sales, purchases.
Sewer system at Taycheedah Correctional Institution.
Community youth and family aids.
Community intervention program.
Meal and other charges; vending stands; commissary; and butter and cheese.
Training of correctional officers.
In-service and work experience training.
State identification upon release from prison.
Correctional officer overtime.
Bonds of employees; police powers; investigation of complaints.
Recruitment of department employees.
Inmate wages, allowances and release payments.