DOC 303.17(1)(a) (a) Causes physical injury as a result of a sexual assault.
DOC 303.17(1)(b) (b) Uses a weapon in the commission of a sexual assault.
DOC 303.17(1)(c) (c) Has sexual contact or sexual intercourse with a person who has not attained the age of 16 years.
DOC 303.17(2) (2) Consensual acts are prohibited under this section.
DOC 303.17 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.18 DOC 303.18 Threats. An inmate who communicates intent to do any of the following to a person is guilty of threats:
DOC 303.18(1) (1) Physically harm, harass or intimidate that person or another.
DOC 303.18(2) (2) Cause damage to or loss of that person's or another person's property.
DOC 303.18(3) (3) Make an accusation he or she knows is false.
DOC 303.18 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.19 DOC 303.19 Stalking. An inmate who engages in, causes, or requests a person to engage in any of the acts described in subs. (1) to (12) is guilty of stalking :
DOC 303.19(1) (1) Maintaining a visual or physical proximity to the targeted person.
DOC 303.19(2) (2) Approaching or confronting the targeted person.
DOC 303.19(3) (3) Appearing at the targeted person's residence, place of employment, or places the targeted person frequents.
DOC 303.19(4) (4) Contacting the targeted person or the targeted person's neighbors, friends, co-workers, household members, or family members.
DOC 303.19(5) (5) Causing the targeted person's telephone to ring repeatedly or continuously, regardless of whether a conversation ensues.
DOC 303.19(6) (6) Photographing, videotaping, audio taping, or, through any other means, monitoring, recording, or logging the activities of the targeted person, regardless of where the act occurs and regardless of the means by which the monitoring, recording, or logging is conducted.
DOC 303.19(7) (7) Sending material by any means to the targeted person.
DOC 303.19(8) (8) Making information available about the targeted person by any means, whether true or false, to any person or in a manner in which the information would become available to any person.
DOC 303.19(9) (9) Touching or placing an object on or delivering an object to property owned, leased, or occupied by the targeted person.
DOC 303.19(10) (10) Seeking out in any way or possessing documents with personal identifying information pertaining to the targeted person.
DOC 303.19(11) (11) Possessing a photograph of, or media article pertaining to, a targeted person whom the inmate has previously been found guilty of stalking. This section shall not apply to an inmate who possesses a photograph of, or media article pertaining to, the inmate's child, so long as the possession is not otherwise prohibited.
DOC 303.19(12) (12) Falsely representing himself or herself as the current or former spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend, close family member, relative, or household member of the targeted person.
DOC 303.19 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
subch. III of ch. DOC 303 Subchapter III — Offenses Against Institutional Security
DOC 303.20 DOC 303.20 Endangering safety. An inmate who endangers the health or safety of employees, inmates, others, or property by any means is guilty of endangering safety.
DOC 303.20 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.21 DOC 303.21 Inciting a disturbance. An inmate who encourages, directs, commands, coerces or signals one or more other persons to participate in a disturbance is guilty of inciting a disturbance.
DOC 303.21 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.22 DOC 303.22 Participating in a disturbance. An inmate who participates in a disturbance, or who remains in a group where some members of the group are participating in a disturbance, is guilty of participating in a disturbance.
DOC 303.22 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.23 DOC 303.23 Taking a hostage. An inmate who seizes, confines, or restrains one or more persons is guilty of taking a hostage.
DOC 303.23 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.24 DOC 303.24 Group resistance and petitions. An inmate who does any of the following is guilty of group resistance and petitions:
DOC 303.24(1) (1) Participates in any group activity which is not approved by the warden or is contrary to provisions of this chapter.
DOC 303.24(2) (2) Joins in or solicits another to join in any group petition or statement. The following activities are not prohibited:
DOC 303.24(2)(a) (a) Authorized activity by groups approved by the warden.
DOC 303.24(2)(b) (b) Group petitions to the courts.
DOC 303.24(2)(c) (c) Complaints properly prepared under ch. DOC 310.
DOC 303.24(3) (3) Participates in any activity associated with any security threat group or possesses any written materials, symbols or symbolism related to a security threat group.
DOC 303.24 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.25 DOC 303.25 Cruelty to animals. An inmate who causes bodily injury or the unauthorized death of an animal is guilty of cruelty to animals.
DOC 303.25 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.26 DOC 303.26 Escape.
DOC 303.26(1)(1) An inmate who does any of the following without permission is guilty of escape:
DOC 303.26(1)(a) (a) Leaves an institution.
DOC 303.26(1)(b) (b) Leaves the custody of an employee or law enforcement personnel while outside of the institution.
DOC 303.26(1)(c) (c) Does not follow the inmate's assigned schedule.
DOC 303.26(1)(d) (d) Leaves the authorized area to which the inmate is assigned.
DOC 303.26(1)(e) (e) Leaves a work or study release site.
DOC 303.26(2) (2) Any inmate who makes or possesses any material for use in escape is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.26(3) (3) Any inmate who removes restraints or tampers with doors, locks, or other security devices while outside the institution is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.26 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.27 DOC 303.27 Disguising identity. Any inmate who conceals or disguises the inmate's usual appearance is guilty of disguising identity.
DOC 303.27 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
subch. IV of ch. DOC 303 Subchapter IV — Offenses Against Order
DOC 303.28 DOC 303.28 Disobeying orders.
DOC 303.28(1)(1) Any inmate or group of inmates who disobeys a verbal or written directive or order from any employee is guilty of disobeying orders.
DOC 303.28(2) (2) Any inmate who commits an act which violates an order, whether the inmate knew or should have known that the order existed, is guilty of disobeying orders.
DOC 303.28(3) (3) Any inmate who violates any administrative rule or department policy is guilty of disobeying orders.
DOC 303.28 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.29 DOC 303.29 Disrespect. Any inmate who shows disrespect to any person is guilty of disrespect, whether or not the subject of the disrespect is present and even if the expression of disrespect is in writing. Disrespect includes derogatory or profane writing, remarks or gestures, name calling, yelling, and other acts which are made outside the formal complaint process, which are expressions of disrespect, and which have a reasonable potential to negatively affect institution security, safety, order, or inmate discipline.
DOC 303.29 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.30 DOC 303.30 Soliciting an employee. An inmate who does any of the following is guilty of soliciting an employee:
DOC 303.30(1) (1) Offers or gives anything to an employee, an acquaintance, or family of an employee. This subsection does not apply to anything authorized by these rules or department policy.
DOC 303.30(2) (2) Requests or accepts anything from an employee, an acquaintance, or family of an employee. This subsection does not apply to anything authorized by these rules or department policy.
DOC 303.30(3) (3) Buys anything from, or sells anything to, an employee, an acquaintance or family of an employee. This subsection does not apply to items for sale in accordance with department policy.
DOC 303.30(4) (4) Requests an employee, an acquaintance or family of a staff member of an employee to purchase anything for the inmate. This subsection does not apply to anything authorized by these rules or department policy.
DOC 303.30(5) (5) Requests another person to give anything to an employee, or agrees with another person to give anything to an employee, or an acquaintance of an employee, or family of an employee.
DOC 303.30(6) (6) Conveys affection to, or about staff verbally or in writing whether personally written or commercially written or by drawings; or asks for addresses, phone numbers, favors, or requests special attention of an employee, or an acquaintance of an employee, or family of an employee.
DOC 303.30 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.31 DOC 303.31 Lying. Any inmate who makes a false written or oral statement which may affect the orderly operation, safety or security of the institution is guilty of lying.
DOC 303.31 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.32 DOC 303.32 Lying about an employee. Any inmate who makes a false written or oral statement about an employee outside the complaint review system under ch. DOC 310 is guilty of lying about an employee.
DOC 303.32 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.33 DOC 303.33 Disruptive conduct. Any inmate who engages in, causes or provokes disruptive conduct, or whose actions disrupt the orderly operation of the institution, is guilty of disruptive conduct. Disruptive conduct includes physically resisting an employee, horseplay, arguing, any behavior which is loud, offensive or vulgar, or passive behavior which disrupts the orderly operation of the institution.
DOC 303.33 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.34 DOC 303.34 Unauthorized forms of communication. Any inmate who does any of the following is guilty of unauthorized forms of communication:
DOC 303.34(1) (1) Communicates with another person by a method or with a device not authorized by the department.
DOC 303.34(2) (2) Communicates with persons where a court order exists prohibiting contact.
DOC 303.34(3) (3) Communicates with persons whom the department has prohibited contact.
DOC 303.34(4) (4) Communicates with a victim of a crime for which the inmate has been convicted, or a read-in offense, or victim's family unless approved by the warden.
DOC 303.34(5) (5) Communicates in a manner that harms, harasses or intimidates any person.
DOC 303.34(6) (6) Communicates with any person that has not attained the age of 18 unless the person is on the approved visiting list, is approved by the warden, is the inmate's minor child, or is the minor child of a close family member and the person is not the victim of the inmate's crime.
DOC 303.34(7) (7) Communicates in a manner that is intended to be in code or in a manner that hinders staff's ability to readily translate, understand or interpret the communication.
DOC 303.34 History History: CR 11-022: cr. Register September 2014 No. 705, eff. 1-1-15.
DOC 303.35 DOC 303.35 False names and titles. Any inmate who uses any of the following is guilty of false names and titles:
DOC 303.35(1) (1) A title for the inmate other than Mr., Ms., Miss, or Mrs., as appropriate.
DOC 303.35(2) (2) A name, other than the name under which the inmate was committed to the department, unless the name was legally changed.
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