PRISONS; STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL
State prisons defined and named.
Jurisdiction and extent of state correctional institutions.
Service of process on prison officers, employees, or inmates.
Oath of office; bond.
Duties of warden and superintendents.
Release of inmates serving risk reduction sentences.
Challenge incarceration program.
Wisconsin substance abuse program.
Transfer of inmates to resource center.
Delivery of persons to prisons.
Maintenance of order.
Humane treatment and punishment.
Labor and communications.
Delivering articles to inmate.
Notification prior to expiration of sentence.
Release to extended supervision for felony offenders not serving life sentences.
Petition for release and release to extended supervision for felony offenders serving life sentences.
Extended supervision conditions for sex offenders.
Notice regarding ineligibility to vote.
Preservation of property an inmate brings to prison.
Property of deceased inmates, parolees, probationers or persons on extended supervision, disposition.
Activities off grounds.
Register of inmates.
Transfers of inmates.
Transfer to foreign countries under treaty.
Temporary detention of inmates.
Uniforms for correctional officers.
Vocational education program in auto body repair at the Green Bay Correctional Institution.
Interstate corrections compact.
Corrections compact; contracts with other states; approval.
Contracts for temporary housing for or detention of persons on probation or prisoners.
Definition of jail.
Use of county house of correction.
Maintenance of prisoners in county jail; state payments to counties and tribal governing bodies.
Restrictions on detaining probationers, parolees and persons on extended supervision in county or tribal jail.
County jail in populous counties.
Use of jail of another county.
Removal of prisoners in emergency.
Classification of prisoners.
Jail and house of correction program standards.
Maintenance of jail and care of prisoners.
Prisoner reimbursement to a county.
Prisoner reimbursement to municipality.
Restrictions on liquor and dangerous drugs; placement of prisoners.
Medical care of prisoners.
Emergency services for crisis intervention for prisoners.
Mental health treatment of prisoners.
Procedure if a prisoner refuses appropriate care or treatment.
Correctional institution health care.
Medical and dental services for prisoners and forensic patients.
Prisoner medical records.
Freedom of worship; religious ministration.
Discipline; solitary confinement.