302.386(4)(a) (a) The specific medical or dental services on which a deductible, coinsurance, copayment or similar charge may be imposed under sub. (3) (a) or must be imposed under sub. (3) (b).
302.386(4)(b) (b) The amounts of deductibles, coinsurances, copayments or similar charges for the medical or dental services under par. (a).
302.386(5) (5)The state is not required to provide medical or dental services to any of the following:
302.386(5)(a) (a) Any prisoner who is confined in the institution authorized in s. 301.046 (1).
302.386(5)(b) (b) Any participant in the intensive sanctions program under s. 301.048 unless he or she is imprisoned in a Type 1 prison other than the institution authorized in s. 301.046 (1).
302.386(5)(c) (c) Any person who is subject to community supervision under s. 938.533 unless the person is placed in a Type 1 juvenile correctional facility, as defined in s. 938.02 (19).
302.386(5)(d) (d) Any participant in the serious juvenile offender program under s. 938.538 unless the participant is placed in a Type 1 juvenile correctional facility, as defined in s. 938.02 (19).
302.386(5m) (5m)
302.386(5m)(a)(a) In this subsection:
302.386(5m)(a)1. 1. “Hormonal therapy" means the use of hormones to stimulate the development or alteration of a person's sexual characteristics in order to alter the person's physical appearance so that the person appears more like the opposite gender.
302.386(5m)(a)2. 2. “Sexual reassignment surgery" means surgical procedures to alter a person's physical appearance so that the person appears more like the opposite gender.
302.386(5m)(b) (b) The department may not authorize the payment of any funds or the use of any resources of this state or the payment of any federal funds passing through the state treasury to provide or to facilitate the provision of hormonal therapy or sexual reassignment surgery for a resident or patient specified in sub. (1).
302.386 Note NOTE: In Fields v. Smith, 712 F. Supp. 2d 830 (2010) the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin granted a permanent injunction restraining the enforcement or attempted enforcement of sub. (5m) because any application of the statute would violate the 8th Amendment and Equal Protection clause of the U.S. Constitution. The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the district court at 653 F.3d 550 (2012).
302.386(6) (6)The department may collect a deductible, coinsurance, copayment or similar charge under this section or the department or the attorney general may collect under s. 301.325, but the state may not collect for the same expense twice.
302.386 History History: 1985 a. 29; 1989 a. 31 ss. 1661, 1662; Stats. 1989 s. 302.386; 1991 a. 39; 1995 a. 27, 77; 2001 a. 16; 2005 a. 105, 344; 2007 a. 20; 2015 a. 55.
302.386 Cross-reference Cross-reference: See also s. DOC 316.01, Wis. adm. code.
302.388 302.388 Prisoner medical records.
302.388(1)(1)Definitions. In this section:
302.388(1)(a) (a) “Health care provider" has the meaning given in s. 146.81 (1) (a) to (p).
302.388(1)(b) (b) “Jail" means a jail or house of correction.
302.388(1)(c) (c) “Jailer" means the sheriff, superintendent or other keeper of a jail.
302.388(1)(d) (d) “Medical staff" means health care providers employed by the department or a jail.
302.388(1)(e) (e) “Patient health care records" has the meaning given in s. 146.81 (4).
302.388(1)(f) (f) “Prisoner" means any person who is either arrested, incarcerated, imprisoned or otherwise detained in a jail or prison but does not include any of the following:
302.388(1)(f)1. 1. Any person who is serving a sentence of detention under s. 973.03 (4) unless the person is in the county jail under s. 973.03 (4) (c).
302.388(1)(f)2. 2. Any child held in custody under ss. 48.19 to 48.21.
302.388(1)(f)3. 3. Any child participating in the mother-young child care program under s. 301.049.
302.388(1)(f)4. 4. A juvenile held in a jail under s. 938.209.
302.388(1)(g) (g) “Receiving institution intake staff" means the warden or superintendent or his or her designee, if a prisoner is transferred to a prison, or the jailer or his or her designee, if a prisoner is transferred to a jail.
302.388(2) (2)Health summary form.
302.388(2)(a) (a) The department shall provide each jailer a standardized form for recording the medical conditions and history of prisoners being transferred to the department or another county's jail. Except as provided in pars. (b) and (bm), jail medical staff shall complete the form and provide it to the receiving institution intake staff at the time of each such transfer.
302.388(2)(b) (b) If the jail does not have medical staff on duty at the time of a transfer, the jailer or his or her designee shall complete as much of the form as possible and provide it to the receiving institution intake staff at the time of the transfer. The jailer shall ensure that all of the following occur within 24 hours after the transfer:
302.388(2)(b)1. 1. The jail medical staff, the prisoner's health care provider or, if the prisoner does not have a health care provider, a health care provider under contract with the jail reviews the form provided to the receiving institution at the time of the transfer.
302.388(2)(b)2. 2. The medical staff or health care provider reviewing the form corrects any errors in the form and includes in it any additional available information.
302.388(2)(b)3. 3. The medical staff or health care provider reviewing the form transmits the updated form or the information included on the form by the quickest available means to the receiving institution intake staff.
302.388(2)(bm) (bm) Jail medical staff need not complete the form if the jailer or his or her designee provides a copy of the prisoner's complete medical file to the receiving institution intake staff at the time of the transfer.
302.388(2)(c) (c) Except as provided in pars. (d) and (e), the department shall complete the form described in par. (a) for each prisoner whom the department transfers to a jail and shall provide it to the receiving institution intake staff at the time of the transfer.
302.388(2)(d) (d) If the prison does not have medical staff on duty at the time of a transfer, the warden or superintendent or his or her designee shall complete as much of the form as possible and provide it to the receiving institution intake staff at the time of the transfer. The department shall ensure that all of the following occur within 24 hours after the transfer, unless the prisoner returns to the prison within that time:
302.388(2)(d)1. 1. The prison medical staff, the prisoner's health care provider or, if the prisoner does not have a health care provider, a health care provider under contract with the department reviews the form provided to the receiving institution at the time of the transfer.
302.388(2)(d)2. 2. The medical staff or health care provider reviewing the form corrects any errors in the form and includes in it any additional available information.
302.388(2)(d)3. 3. The medical staff or health care provider reviewing the form transmits the updated form or the information included on the form by the quickest available means to the receiving institution intake staff.
302.388(2)(e) (e) Paragraph (c) does not apply if the department provides a copy of the prisoner's complete medical file to the receiving institution intake staff at the time of the transfer.
302.388(2)(f) (f) Receiving institution intake staff may make a health summary form available to any of the following:
302.388(2)(f)1. 1. The prison's or jail's medical staff.
302.388(2)(f)2. 2. A prisoner's health care provider.
302.388(2)(f)3. 3. In the case of a prison or jail that does not have medical staff on duty at the time of the transfer, a health care provider designated by the department or the jailer to review health summary forms.
302.388(2)(f)4. 4. In the case of a jail that does not have medical staff, a person designated by the jailer to maintain prisoner medical records.
302.388(2)(g) (g) If a prisoner's health summary form or complete medical file indicates that the prisoner has a communicable disease and if disclosure of that information is necessary for the health and safety of the prisoner or of other prisoners, of a correctional officer who has custody of or is responsible for the supervision of the prisoner, of a person designated by a jailer to have custodial authority over the prisoner, of any other employee of the prison or jail, or of a law enforcement officer or other person who is responsible for transferring the prisoner to or from a prison or jail, receiving institution intake staff shall disclose that information to the persons specified in par. (f) 1. to 4. and to that correctional officer, person with custodial authority, law enforcement officer, or other person.
302.388(3) (3)Treatment summaries.
302.388(3)(a) (a) Each health care provider, other than medical staff, who provides health care services to a prisoner shall provide the department or the jail in which the prisoner is confined a written summary of the services provided and a description of follow-up care and treatment that the prisoner requires. The treatment summary may be made available to medical staff at the prison or jail at which the prisoner is confined or the prisoner's health care provider or, in the case of a jail that does not have medical staff, to a person designated by the jailer to maintain prisoner medical records.
302.388(3)(b) (b) If a prisoner's treatment summary indicates that the prisoner has a communicable disease and if disclosure of that information is necessary for the health and safety of the prisoner or of other prisoners, of a correctional officer who has custody of or is responsible for the supervision of the prisoner, of a person designated by a jailer to have custodial authority over the prisoner, of any employee of the prison or jail, or of a law enforcement officer or other person who is responsible for transferring the prisoner to or from a prison or jail, the department or jailer shall disclose that information to the persons to whom a treatment summary may be made available under par. (a) and to that correctional officer, person with custodial authority, law enforcement officer, or other person.
302.388(4) (4)Requests for prisoner medical records. Health care providers providing health care services to a prisoner or medical staff at the prison or jail in which a prisoner is confined may obtain patient health care records for the prisoner from other health care providers who have provided health care services to the prisoner while he or she has been confined in a prison or jail and from other prisons or jails in which the prisoner has been confined.
302.388 History History: 1999 a. 151; 2009 a. 28; 2011 a. 32.
302.39 302.39 Freedom of worship; religious ministration. Insofar as practicable, s. 301.33 shall apply to county jails.
302.39 History History: 1989 a. 31 s. 1663; Stats. 1989 s. 302.39.
302.40 302.40 Discipline; solitary confinement. For violating the rules of the jail, an inmate may be kept in solitary confinement, under the care and advice of a physician, but not over 10 days.
302.40 History History: 1989 a. 31 s. 1664; Stats. 1989 s. 302.40.
302.40 Annotation Pretrial detainees in jail are entitled to a due process hearing prior to more than a slight deprivation of privileges, including a loss of any privilege for more than one day. Representation by counsel is not essential. Inmates of Milwaukee County Jail v. Petersen, 353 F. Supp. 1157 (1973).
302.41 302.41 Care of prisoners. Whenever there is a prisoner in any jail there shall be at least one person of the same sex on duty who is wholly responsible to the sheriff or keeper for the custody, cleanliness, food and care of such prisoner.
302.41 History History: 1975 c. 94; 1989 a. 31 s. 1665; Stats. 1989 s. 302.41.
302.41 Annotation This section does not conflict with the Wisconsin fair employment act. A “bona fide occupational qualification" under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act is discussed. Counties must comply with this section when they can do so without conflict with Title VII. 70 Atty. Gen. 202.
302.42 302.42 Jailer constantly at jail. There shall be a keeper or custodian or attendant present at every jail while there is a prisoner therein.
302.42 History History: 1989 a. 31 s. 1666; Stats. 1989 s. 302.42.
302.425 302.425 Home detention programs.
302.425(1)(1)Definition. In this section:
302.425(1)(a) (a) “County department" has the meaning given in s. 48.02 (2g).
302.425(1)(b) (b) “Jail" includes a house of correction, a work camp under s. 303.10 and a Huber facility under s. 303.09.
302.425(2) (2)Sheriff's or superintendent's general authority. Subject to the limitations under sub. (3), a county sheriff or a superintendent of a house of correction may place in the home detention program any person confined in jail. The sheriff or superintendent may transfer any prisoner in the home detention program to the jail.
302.425(2g) (2g)County departments and department; general authority. Subject to the limitations under sub. (3m), a county department or the department may place in the home detention program any juvenile who is in its custody or under its supervision.
302.425(2m) (2m)Intensive sanctions program participants. Notwithstanding the agreement requirements under sub. (3), the department may place any intensive sanctions program participant in a home detention program.
302.425(3) (3)Placement of a prisoner in the program. The sheriff or superintendent may, if he or she determines that the home detention program is appropriate for a prisoner, place the prisoner in the home detention program and provide that the prisoner be detained at the prisoner's place of residence or other place designated by the sheriff or superintendent and be monitored by an active electronic monitoring system. The sheriff or superintendent shall establish reasonable terms of detention and ensure that the prisoner is provided a written statement of those terms, including a description of the detention monitoring procedures and requirements and of any applicable liability issues. The terms may include a requirement that the prisoner pay the county a daily fee to cover the county costs associated with monitoring him or her. The county may obtain payment under this subsection or s. 302.372, but may not collect for the same expenses twice.
302.425(3m) (3m)Placement of a juvenile in the program. The department or, upon the agreement of the department, the county department may place the juvenile in the home detention program and provide that the juvenile be detained at the juvenile's place of residence or other place designated by the department or the county department and be monitored by an active electronic monitoring system. The department or the county department shall provide reasonable terms of detention and ensure that the juvenile receives a written statement of those terms, including a description of the detention monitoring procedures and requirements and of any applicable liability issues. The terms may include a requirement that the juvenile or his or her parent or guardian pay the county or state a daily fee to cover the costs associated with monitoring him or her.
302.425(4) (4)Departmental duties. The department shall ensure that electronic monitoring equipment units are available, pursuant to contractual agreements with county sheriffs and county departments, throughout the state on an equitable basis. If a prisoner is chosen under sub. (3) or a juvenile is chosen under sub. (3m) to participate in the home detention program, the department shall install and monitor electronic monitoring equipment. The department shall charge the county a daily per prisoner fee or per juvenile fee, whichever is applicable, to cover the department's costs for these services.
302.425(5) (5)Status.
302.425(5)(a) (a) Except as provided in par. (b), a prisoner in the home detention program is considered to be a jail prisoner but the place of detention is not subject to requirements for jails under this chapter.
302.425(5)(b) (b) Sections 302.36, 302.37 and 302.375 do not apply to prisoners in the home detention program.
302.425(6) (6)Escape. Any intentional failure of a prisoner to remain within the limits of his or her detention or to return to his or her place of detention, as specified in the terms of detention under sub. (3), is considered an escape under s. 946.42 (3) (a).
302.425(7) (7)Exceptions. This section does not apply to:
302.425(7)(a) (a) A person sentenced under s. 973.04.
302.425(7)(b) (b) A person in jail pending the disposition of his or her parole, extended supervision, or probation revocation proceedings.
302.425 Annotation A person subject to home detention under s. 302.425 is not “in custody" and therefore is not entitled to sentence credit for time served under s. 973.155. State v. Swadley, 190 Wis. 2d 139, 526 N.W.2d 778 (Ct. App. 1994).
302.425 Annotation This section allows the sheriff to place persons on home monitoring when they are given jail time as a probation condition. A circuit court has no power to prohibit the sheriff from ordering home monitoring for a probationer ordered to serve jail time as a probation condition. By precluding the sheriff from releasing the probationer on home monitoring, the trial court substantially interfered with the sheriff's power in violation of the separation of powers doctrine. State v. Schell, 2003 WI App 78, 261 Wis. 2d 841, 661 N.W.2d 503, 02-1394.
302.425 Annotation A court cannot avoid the holding in Schell by modifying the conditions of probation to order the probationer to refuse home monitoring. State v. Galecke, 2005 WI App 172, 285 Wis. 2d 691, 702 N.W.2d 392, 04-0779.
302.425 Annotation This section provides no authority for issuing orders to county sheriffs to transfer prisoners from one county jail to another. State v. Galecke, 2005 WI App 172, 285 Wis. 2d 691, 702 N.W.2d 392, 04-0779.
302.425 Annotation Under this section, a prisoner participating in the home detention program remains at all times “confined,” that is to say imprisoned, in a jail. The fact that the prisoner is “detained” during the prisoner's participation in the program at a location other than a jail facility does not negate the fact that the prisoner remains confined in a jail for purposes of this section and, therefore, “confined in a correctional institution” for purposes of s. 940.225 (2) (h). State v. Hilgers, 2017 WI App 12, 373 Wis. 2d 756, 893 N.W.2d 261, 15-2256.
302.43 302.43 Good time. Every inmate of a county jail is eligible to earn good time in the amount of one-fourth of his or her term for good behavior if sentenced to at least 4 days, but fractions of a day shall be ignored. An inmate shall be given credit for time served prior to sentencing under s. 973.155, including good time under s. 973.155 (4). An inmate who violates any law or any regulation of the jail, or neglects or refuses to perform any duty lawfully required of him or her, may be deprived by the sheriff of good time under this section, except that the sheriff shall not deprive the inmate of more than 2 days good time for any one offense without the approval of the court. An inmate who files an action or special proceeding, including a petition for a common law writ of certiorari, to which s. 807.15 applies shall be deprived of the number of days of good time specified in the court order prepared under s. 807.15 (3). This section does not apply to a person who is confined in the county jail in connection with his or her participation in a substance abuse treatment program that meets the requirements of s. 165.95 (3), as determined by the department of justice under s. 165.95 (9) and (10).
302.43 History History: 1977 c. 353; 1989 a. 31 s. 1667; Stats. 1989 s. 302.43; 1997 a. 133; 2005 a. 25; 2013 a. 20.
302.43 Cross-reference Cross-reference: See also ss. DOC 302.30, 302.31, 326.10, and 331.13, Wis. adm. code.
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2017-18 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2019 Wis. Act 18 and through all Supreme Court and Controlled Substances Board Orders filed before and in effect on October 1, 2019. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after October 1, 2019, are designated by NOTES. (Published 10-1-19)