Adm 2.14(2)(r) (r) Casually possess marijuana or cannabis in a public place unless the marijuana or cannabis was obtained directly from or pursuant to a valid prescription or order of a practitioner while acting in the course of their professional practice.
Adm 2.14(2)(s) (s) Uses or possesses with the primary intent to use, drug paraphernalia to plant, propagate, cultivate, grow, harvest, manufacture, compound, convert, produce, process, prepare, test, analyze, pack, repack, store, contain, conceal, inject, ingest, inhale or otherwise introduce into the human body a controlled substance.
Adm 2.14(2)(t) (t) Builds a fire or burns materials in buildings and facilities managed or leased by the department or the grounds that surround them without the express permission of the department.
Adm 2.14(2)(u) (u) Willfully, maliciously or wantonly defaces, injures or destroys any public or private property of another in buildings and facilities managed or leased by the department or on the grounds that surround them.
Adm 2.14(2)(v) (v) Without approval of the department as may be provided for by this chapter, conducts an event in those buildings and facilities managed or leased by the department or on properties surrounding those buildings.
Adm 2.14(2)(vm) (vm) Any participant within or spectator of a group constituting an unlawful event, who intentionally fails or refuses to withdraw from the event after it has been declared unlawful, shall be subject to the penalties identified in this subsection. Any event may be declared unlawful if its participants:
Adm 2.14(2)(vm)1. 1. Intentionally gather, or intentionally remain assembled outside any building or facility managed or leased by the department in any numbers, in any proximity to each other, or in any fashion as to physically hinder entrance to, exit from, or normal use of the building.
Adm 2.14(2)(vm)2. 2. Intentionally congregate or assemble within any building or facility managed or leased by the department in any fashion as to obstruct or seriously impair state-sponsored or state-authorized activities.
Adm 2.14(2)(vm)3. 3. Enter the private office of any state employee, unless invited by the authorized occupant of that office, and then not in excess of the number of visitors designated or invited by the person.
Adm 2.14(2)(vm)4. 4. Obstruct or seriously impair passage through corridors, stairways, doorways, building entrances, fire exits, and reception areas leading to offices in buildings and facilities managed or leased by the department.
Adm 2.14(2)(vm)5. 5. Enter or occupy any building or facility managed or leased by the department, except as authorized by s. Adm 2.04.
Adm 2.14(2)(vm)6. 6. Assemble immediately outside rooms in any building or facility managed or leased by the department at times when they are normally in use for state business.
Adm 2.14(2)(vm)7. 7. Bring signs supported by standards or sticks into a building or facility managed or leased by the department.
Adm 2.14(2)(vm)8. 8. Intentionally create a volume of noise that unreasonably interferes with department-sponsored or authorized activities.
Adm 2.14(2)(vm)9. 9. Intentionally employ force or violence, or intentionally threaten the immediate use of force or violence, against state employees or officials when in buildings or facilities managed or leased by the department.
Adm 2.14(2)(vr)1.1. In par. (vm) "intentionally" means that the participant or spectator knew that the participant's or spectator's conduct by itself or in conjunction with the conduct of others had or would have the prohibited effect.
Adm 2.14(2)(vr)2. 2. The department may designate a state official or officials who shall have primary authority to implement this paragraph, par. (v), and par. (vm). The official shall prescribe limitations for any event in order to meet the requirements of this chapter. When informed of any event the department official or designee may proceed immediately to the site to determine if there is compliance with these paragraphs. If the official prescribes limitations or has previously prescribed limitations, and those limitations are not observed by the event participants, the official may then declare the event unlawful. Any declaration of illegality or prescription of limitations shall be effective immediately and binding upon the event participants, unless and until modified or reversed.
Adm 2.14(2)(w) (w) Possesses fireworks, as defined in s. 167.10 (1), Stats., on state property without authorization from the department.
Adm 2.14(2)(x) (x) Without consent, intentionally takes, carries away, uses, transfers, conceals, or retains possession of another person's property valued at $100 or less.
Adm 2.14(2)(y) (y) Knowingly gives false information to a state police or a security officer, with the intent to mislead the officer in the performance of their duty.
Adm 2.14(2)(z) (z) Camps in buildings and facilities managed or leased by the department, or on the grounds that surround them, without the express written approval of the department. No person may place or erect any facility or structure in or on the buildings, facilities or grounds which surround them.
Adm 2.14(2)(za) (za) Parks or stores a bicycle in buildings, on sidewalks or driveways, or in motor vehicle parking spaces. Bicycles shall be parked in areas designated for that purpose or in bicycle racks so as not to obstruct free passage of vehicles and pedestrians.
Adm 2.14(2)(zb) (zb) Dumps any waste, trash, debris, rubbish, earth or other fill, at any buildings or facilities managed or leased by the department, or in a department collection device without authorization from the department unless the material was collected at the building or facility. This paragraph does not restrict the proper disposal of incidental litter.
Adm 2.14(2)(zc) (zc) Removes any shrubs, vegetation, wood, timber, rocks, stone, earth, signs, fences, or other materials from buildings and facilities managed or leased by the department, unless authorized by the department.
Adm 2.14(2)(zd) (zd) Engages in conduct otherwise prohibited by this chapter without the express written approval of the department.
Adm 2.14 History History: Cr. Register, March, 1998, No. 507, eff. 4-1-98; EmR1321: emerg. am. (2) (intro.), (e), cr. (2) (fm), renum. (2) (v) (intro.) to (v) and am., renum. (2) v. 1. to (9) (intro.) to (2) (vm) 1. to (9) (intro.) and am. 5., renum. (2) (v) 9. a., b. to (2) (vr) 1., 2. and am., r. (2) (v) 9. c., cr. (2) (vm) (intro.), eff. 11-27-13; CR 14-001: am. (2) (intro.), (e), cr. (2) (fm), renum. (2) (v) (intro.) to (v) and am., renum. (2) v. 1. to (9) (intro.) to (2) (vm) 1. to (9) (intro.) and am. 5., renum. (2) (v) 9. a., b. to (2) (vr) 1., 2. and am., r. (2) (v) 9. c., cr. (2) (vm) (intro.) Register July 2014 No. 703, eff. 8-1-14.
Adm 2.15 Adm 2.15 Access devices.
Adm 2.15(1)(1) No person may, without written authorization from the department, duplicate keys, electronic building access cards, or other similar access devices to buildings or facilities managed or leased by the department.
Adm 2.15(2) (2) Access devices in the possession of unauthorized persons shall be returned to the department.
Adm 2.15(3) (3) Upon termination of employment with the state, an employee shall return to the department all access devices issued to the employee by the department.
Adm 2.15 History History: Cr. Register, March, 1998, No. 507, eff. 4-1-98.
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