DOC 303.26(3) (3) Buys anything from, or sells anything to, a staff member or acquaintance or family of a staff member. This subsection does not apply to items for sale in accordance with institutional procedures.
DOC 303.26(4) (4) Requests a staff member or acquaintance or family of a staff member to purchase anything for the inmate. The warden may allow this by special authorization.
DOC 303.26(5) (5) Requests another person to give anything to a staff member, or agrees with another person to give anything to a staff member or acquaintance or family of a staff member.
DOC 303.26(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 a staff member or acquaintance or family of a staff member.
DOC 303.26 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.27 DOC 303.27 Lying. Any inmate who makes a false written or oral statement which may affect the integrity, safety or security of the institution is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.27 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.271 DOC 303.271 Lying about staff. Any inmate who makes a false written or oral statement about a staff member which may affect the integrity, safety or security of the institution or staff, and makes that false statement outside the complaint review system is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.271 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.28 DOC 303.28 Disruptive conduct. Any inmate who engages in, causes or provokes disruptive conduct is guilty of an offense. "Disruptive conduct" includes physically resisting a staff member, or overt behavior which is loud, offensive or vulgar.
DOC 303.28 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.30 DOC 303.30 Unauthorized forms of communication. Any inmate who communicates with another person by a method not authorized by the institution is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.30 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.31 DOC 303.31 False names and titles. Any inmate who uses any of the following is guilty of an offense:
DOC 303.31(1) (1) A title for the inmate other than Mr., Ms., Miss, or Mrs., as appropriate.
DOC 303.31(2) (2) A name other than the name by which the inmate was committed to the department unless the name was legally changed.
DOC 303.31 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.32 DOC 303.32 Enterprises and fraud.
DOC 303.32(1) (1) Any inmate who engages in a business or enterprise, whether or not for profit, or who sells anything except as specifically allowed under other sections is guilty of an offense, except for the following situation:
DOC 303.32(1)(a) (a) An inmate who was owner or part owner of any business or enterprise prior to sentencing may communicate with the inmate's manager or partner concerning the management of the enterprise or business.
DOC 303.32(1)(b) (b) An inmate may write and seek publication of works in accordance with these rules and institutional policies and procedures.
DOC 303.32(2) (2) Any inmate who offers to buy or orders any item with the intention of not paying for it or buys it on credit is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.32(3) (3) Any inmate who misrepresents facts to another to obtain items of value is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.32 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
subch. V of ch. DOC 303 Subchapter V — Offenses Against Property
DOC 303.34 DOC 303.34 Theft. Any inmate who steals the property of another person or of the state is guilty of an offense. "Steals" means obtains or retains possession of or title to the property of another, without consent of the owner.
DOC 303.34 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.35 DOC 303.35 Damage or alteration of property.
DOC 303.35(1)(1) Any inmate who damages, destroys or alters any property of the state or of another person without authorization is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.35(2) (2) Any inmate who damages, destroys, alters, or disposes of the inmate's own property without the permission of the staff of the inmate's own living unit is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.35 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.36 DOC 303.36 Misuse of state or federal property. Any inmate who uses any government property in any way that is not authorized is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.36 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.37 DOC 303.37 Arson. Any inmate who ignites a fire and thereby creates a risk to people or property, or both, is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.37 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.38 DOC 303.38 Causing an explosion or fire. Any inmate who causes an explosion or starts a fire is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.38 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.39 DOC 303.39 Creating a hazard. Any inmate who creates a hazard by fire, explosion or other means, is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.39 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.40 DOC 303.40 Unauthorized transfer of property. Any inmate who gives, receives, sells, buys, exchanges, barters, lends, borrows or takes any property from another inmate without authorization is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.40 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.41 DOC 303.41 Counterfeiting and forgery. Any inmate who makes, uses, possesses, or alters any document so it appears that the document was made or signed by a different person; or that the document was signed at a different time or with different provisions is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.41 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
subch. VI of ch. DOC 303 Subchapter VI — Contraband Offenses
DOC 303.42 DOC 303.42 Possession of money. Except as specifically authorized, any inmate who has in the inmate's possession any of the following is guilty of an offense:
DOC 303.42(1) (1) Coins or paper money.
DOC 303.42(2) (2) A check.
DOC 303.42(3) (3) A money order.
DOC 303.42(4) (4) A savings bond.
DOC 303.42(5) (5) Any other negotiable instrument.
DOC 303.42(6) (6) A credit card.
DOC 303.42 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.43 DOC 303.43 Possession of intoxicants. Except as specifically authorized, any inmate who has in the inmate's possession any intoxicating substance is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.43 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.44 DOC 303.44 Possession of drug paraphernalia. Any inmate who possesses any device used in the manufacture of an intoxicating substance or any device used to take an intoxicating substance into the body, is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.44 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.45 DOC 303.45 Possession, manufacture and alteration of weapons.
DOC 303.45(1)(1) Any inmate who possesses any item to be used as a weapon, is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.45(2) (2) Any inmate who makes or alters any item making it suitable for use as a weapon is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.45(3) (3) Any inmate who possesses an item which is designed to be used as a weapon is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.45(4) (4) Any inmate who possesses an item which could be used in the manufacture of a weapon is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.45 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.47 DOC 303.47 Possession of contraband—miscellaneous.
DOC 303.47(1)(1) Each institution shall maintain and make available to inmates a list of all types of property which inmates are allowed to possess in accordance with department policies and procedures relating to personal property.
DOC 303.47(2) (2) Any inmate who possess any of the following is guilty of an offense:
DOC 303.47(2)(a) (a) Items of a type which are not allowed.
DOC 303.47(2)(b) (b) Allowable items in excess of the quantity allowed.
DOC 303.47(2)(c) (c) Allowable items which are required to be listed but are not listed on the inmate's property list.
DOC 303.47(2)(d) (d) Items which do not belong to the inmate, except state property issued to the inmate for the inmate's use, such as sheets and uniforms.
DOC 303.47(2)(e) (e) Personal written information relating to any staff of the department, including a staff's or staff's immediate family home address or telephone number.
DOC 303.47 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
DOC 303.48 DOC 303.48 Unauthorized use of the mail.
DOC 303.48(1) (1) Any inmate who uses a postal service to communicate with a person who has been declared a prohibited correspondent of that inmate in accordance with ch. DOC 309 is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.48(2) (2) Any inmate who sends through the mail anything which, according to this chapter, the inmate may not have in the inmate's possession, is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.48(3) (3) Any inmate who does any of the following is guilty of an offense:
DOC 303.48(3)(a) (a) Makes or alters any postage stamp or alters or erases a postal cancellation mark or possesses any postage stamp that has been altered.
DOC 303.48(3)(b) (b) Mails or attempts to mail any letter or parcel on which is affixed a canceled postage stamp.
DOC 303.48(3)(c) (c) Uses a forged, counterfeit, or altered document, postage stamp or postal cancellation mark.
DOC 303.48(4) (4) Any inmate who attempts to circumvent the rules under s. DOC 309.04 related to mail by sending a second envelope or letter within an envelope addressed to a destination other than the address on the outside envelope, is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.48(5) (5) Any inmate who sends food samples through the mail is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.48(6) (6) Any inmate who sends body fluids or body wastes, including pubic hair, through the mail is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.48(7) (7) Any inmate who sends correspondence which harms, harasses or intimidates any person is guilty of an offense.
DOC 303.48 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
subch. VII of ch. DOC 303 Subchapter VII — Movement Offenses
DOC 303.49 DOC 303.49 Punctuality and attendance. Inmates shall attend and be on time for all activities for which they are scheduled. Any inmate who violates this section is guilty of an offense, unless one of the following exist:
DOC 303.49(1) (1) The inmate is sick and reports this fact as required by institution policies and procedures.
DOC 303.49(2) (2) The inmate has a valid pass to be in some other location.
DOC 303.49(3) (3) The inmate is authorized to skip the event.
DOC 303.49 History History: Cr. Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01.
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