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301.031(2r)(a)3. 3. Is for the treatment of alcoholics in treatment facilities which have not been approved by the department of health and family services in accordance with s. 51.45 (8).
301.031(2r)(a)4. 4. Is for inpatient treatment in excess of an average of 21 days, as provided in s. 51.423 (12), excluding care for patients at the centers for the developmentally disabled.
301.031(2r)(a)5. 5. Is inconsistent with the provisions of the county department's contract under sub. (2g).
301.031(2r)(b) (b) If the department withholds a portion of the allocable appropriation under par. (a), the county department affected by the action of the department may submit to the county board of supervisors in a county with a single-county department or to its designated agent or the county boards of supervisors in counties with a multicounty department or their designated agents a plan to rectify the deficiency found by the department. The county board of supervisors or its designated agent in a county with a single-county department or the county boards of supervisors in counties with a multicounty department or their designated agents may approve or amend the plan and may submit for departmental approval the plan as adopted. If a multicounty department is administering a program, the plan may not be submitted unless each county board of supervisors which participated in the establishment of the multicounty department, or its designated agent, adopts it.
301.031(3) (3)Open public participation process.
301.031(3)(a)(a) Citizen advisory committee.
301.031(3)(a)1.1. Except as provided in par. (b), the county board of supervisors of each county or the county boards of supervisors of 2 or more counties jointly shall establish, in accordance with subd. 2. or 3., a citizen advisory committee to the county departments under ss. 46.215, 46.22 and 46.23. The citizen advisory committee shall advise in the formulation of the budget under sub. (1).
301.031(3)(a)2. 2. The citizen advisory committee established under s. 46.031 (3) (a) may also serve as the citizen advisory committee under subd. 1.
301.031(3)(a)3. 3. If the citizen advisory committee established under s. 46.031 (3) (a) does not also serve as the citizen advisory committee under subd. 1., membership on the committee under subd. 1. shall be determined by the county board of supervisors in a county with a single-county committee or by the county boards of supervisors in counties with a multicounty committee and shall include representatives of those persons receiving services, providers of service and citizens. A majority of the members of the committee shall be citizen and service consumers. The committee's membership may not consist of more than 25% county supervisors, nor of more than 20% service providers. The chairperson of the committee shall be appointed by the county board of supervisors establishing it. In the case of a multicounty committee, the chairperson shall be nominated by the committee and approved by the county boards of supervisors establishing it. The county board of supervisors in a county with a single-county committee or the county boards of supervisors in counties with a multicounty committee may designate an agent to determine the membership of the committee and to appoint the committee chairperson or approve the nominee.
301.031(3)(b) (b) Alternate process. The county board of supervisors or the boards of 2 or more counties acting jointly may submit a report to the department on the open public participation process used under sub. (2). The county board of supervisors may designate an agent, or the boards of 2 or more counties acting jointly may designate an agent, to submit the report. If the department approves the report, establishment of a citizen advisory committee under par. (a) is not required.
301.031(3)(c) (c) Yearly report. The county board of supervisors or its designated agent, or the boards of 2 or more counties acting jointly or their designated agent, shall submit to the department a list of members of the citizen advisory committee under par. (a) or a report on the open public participation process under par. (b) on or before July 1 of each year.
301.031 History History: 1995 a. 27 ss. 6356r, 9126 (19); 1995 a. 77, 225; 1997 a. 35.
301.032 301.032 Juvenile delinquency-related services; supervisory functions of state department.
301.032(1) (1)
301.032(1)(a)(a) The department shall supervise the administration of juvenile delinquency-related services. The department shall submit to the federal authorities state plans for the administration of juvenile delinquency-related services in such form and containing such information as the federal authorities require, and shall comply with all requirements prescribed to ensure their correctness.
301.032(1)(b) (b) All records of the department and all county records relating to juvenile delinquency-related services shall be open to inspection at all reasonable hours by authorized representatives of the federal government. Notwithstanding s. 938.396 (2), all county records relating to the administration of such services shall be open to inspection at all reasonable hours by authorized representatives of the department.
301.032(1)(c) (c) The department may at any time audit all county records relating to the administration of juvenile delinquency-related services and may at any time conduct administrative reviews of county departments under ss. 46.215, 46.22 and 46.23. If the department conducts such audit or administrative review in a county, the department shall furnish a copy of the audit or administrative review report to the chairperson of the county board of supervisors and the county clerk in a county with a single-county department or to the county boards of supervisors and the county clerks in counties with a multicounty department, and to the director of the county department under s. 46.21, 46.22 or 46.23.
301.032(2) (2) The county administration of all laws relating to juvenile delinquency-related services shall be vested in the officers and agencies designated in the statutes.
301.032 History History: 1995 a. 27, 77.
301.035 301.035 Division of hearings and appeals; administrator's general duties. The administrator of the division of hearings and appeals in the department of administration shall:
301.035(1) (1) Serve as the appointing authority of the employees of the division under s. 230.06.
301.035(2) (2) Assign hearing examiners from the division to preside over hearings under ss. 302.11 (7), 938.357 (5), 973.10 and 975.10 (2) and ch. 304.
301.035(4) (4) Supervise employees in the conduct of the activities of the division and be the administrative reviewing authority for decisions of the division under ss. 302.11 (7), 938.357 (5), 973.10, 973.155 (2) and 975.10 (2) and ch. 304.
301.035(5) (5) After consultation with the department of corrections, promulgate rules relating to the exercise of the administrator's and the division's powers and duties.
301.035 History History: 1989 a. 31, 107; 1995 a. 77.
301.04 301.04 Legal actions. The department may sue and be sued.
301.04 History History: 1989 a. 31.
301.045 301.045 Investigations. The secretary may inquire into any matter affecting corrections and hold hearings, subpoena witnesses and make recommendations on such matters to the appropriate public or private agencies.
301.045 History History: 1989 a. 31.
301.046 301.046 Community residential confinement.
301.046(1) (1)Institution status. The department shall establish and operate a community residential confinement program as a correctional institution under the charge of a superintendent. Under the program, the department shall confine prisoners in their places of residence or other places designated by the department. The secretary may allocate and reallocate existing and future facilities as part of the institution. The institution is subject to s. 301.02 and is a state prison as defined in s. 302.01. Construction or establishment of the institution shall be in compliance with all state laws except s. 32.035 and ch. 91. In addition to the exemptions under s. 13.48 (13), construction or establishment of facilities for the institution are not subject to the ordinances or regulations relating to zoning, including zoning under ch. 91, of the county and municipality in which the construction or establishment takes place and are exempt from inspections required under s. 301.36.
301.046(2) (2)Inmate, officer and employee status. Inmates confined under sub. (1) are under the care and control of the institution, subject to its rules and discipline and subject to all laws pertaining to inmates of other correctional institutions. Courts may not directly commit persons to the institution under sub. (1). Officers and employees of the institution are subject to the same laws pertaining to other correctional institutions.
301.046(3) (3)Eligibility. The department shall determine those prisoners who are confined under sub. (1). Except as provided in subs. (3m) and (3t), a prisoner is eligible for this confinement only under all of the following conditions:
301.046(3)(c) (c) The prisoner is not serving a life sentence.
301.046(3)(d) (d) The prisoner is eligible for parole under s. 304.06 (1) (b) or is serving a sentence that is not longer than 3 years.
301.046(3m) (3m)Intensive sanctions program participants. The department may confine any intensive sanctions program participant under sub. (1).
301.046(3t) (3t)Persons serving bifurcated sentence; restricted eligibility. A prisoner serving a bifurcated sentence imposed under s. 973.01 is not eligible for confinement under sub. (1) during the term of confinement in prison portion of the bifurcated sentence.
301.046(4) (4)Notification.
301.046(4)(a)(a) In this subsection:
301.046(4)(a)1. 1. "Member of the family" means spouse, child, sibling, parent or legal guardian.
301.046(4)(a)2. 2. "Victim" means a person against whom a crime has been committed.
301.046(4)(b) (b) Before a prisoner is confined under sub. (1) for a violation of s. 940.03, 940.05, 940.225 (1) or (2), 948.02 (1) or (2), 948.025, 948.06 or 948.07, the department shall make a reasonable attempt to notify all of the following persons, if they can be found, in accordance with par. (c) and after receiving a completed card under par. (d):
301.046(4)(b)1. 1. The victim of the crime committed by the prisoner or, if the victim died as a result of the crime, an adult member of the victim's family or, if the victim is younger than 18 years old, the victim's parent or legal guardian.
301.046(4)(b)2. 2. Any witness who testified against the prisoner in any court proceeding involving the offense.
301.046(4)(c) (c) The department shall make a reasonable effort to send the notice, postmarked at least 7 days before a prisoner is confined under sub. (1), to the last-known address of the persons under par. (b).
301.046(4)(d) (d) The department shall design and prepare cards for any person specified in par. (b) to send to the department. The cards shall have space for any such person to provide his or her name and address, the name of the applicable prisoner and any other information the department determines is necessary. The department shall provide the cards, without charge, to district attorneys. District attorneys shall provide the cards, without charge, to persons specified in par. (b). These persons may send completed cards to the department. All department records or portions of records that relate to mailing addresses of these persons are not subject to inspection or copying under s. 19.35 (1).
301.046(4)(e) (e) Before a prisoner is confined under sub. (1), the department shall notify the police chief of any community and the sheriff and district attorney of any county where the prisoner will be confined.
301.046(5) (5)Electronic surveillance. The department shall monitor any prisoner's confinement under sub. (1) by the use of an electronic device worn continuously on the prisoner's person or by the confinement of the prisoner in supervised places designated by the department. The department may permit the prisoner to leave confinement for employment, education or other rehabilitative activities.
301.046(5m) (5m)Fee. The prisoner shall pay any fee charged under s. 301.135 (3).
301.046(6) (6)Escape. Any intentional failure of a prisoner to remain within the extended limits of his or her confinement or to return within the time prescribed by the superintendent is considered an escape under s. 946.42 (3) (a).
301.046 History History: 1989 a. 31 ss. 961m, 961mb; Stats. 1989 s. 301.046; 1989 a. 251; 1991 a. 39; 1993 a. 97, 227, 479; 1997 a. 181, 283.
301.046 Annotation Read together, ss. 301.045 and 301.048 permit an escape charge when a prisoner in community residential confinement cuts off an electronic bracelet and fails to return. State v. Holliman, 180 Wis. 2d 348, 509 N.W.2d 73 (Ct. App. 1993).
301.046 Annotation An inmate does not have a constitutionally protected liberty interest in maintaining his status under this section. Santiago v. Ware, 205 Wis. 2d 295, 556 N.W.2d 356 (Ct. App. 1996).
301.046 Annotation Except as provided in s. 301.048 (7), counties are responsible for the provision of medical and dental services, including psychiatric and alcohol and drug abuse services to persons in the community residential confinement program. 81 Atty. Gen. 156.
301.048 301.048 Intensive sanctions program.
301.048(1) (1)Program administration and design. The department shall administer an intensive sanctions program. The department shall design the program to provide all of the following:
301.048(1)(a) (a) Punishment that is less costly than ordinary imprisonment and more restrictive than ordinary probation or parole supervision or extended supervision.
301.048(1)(b) (b) Component phases that are intensive and highly structured.
301.048(1)(c) (c) A series of component phases for each participant that is based on public safety considerations and the participant's needs for punishment and treatment.
301.048(2) (2)Eligibility.
301.048(2)(am)(am) Except as provided in par. (bm), a person enters the intensive sanctions program only if he or she has been convicted of a felony and only under one of the following circumstances:
301.048(2)(am)1. 1. A court sentences him or her to the program under s. 973.032.
301.048(2)(am)2. 2. He or she is a prisoner serving a felony sentence not punishable by life imprisonment and the department directs him or her to participate in the program. This subdivision does not apply to a prisoner serving a bifurcated sentence imposed under s. 973.01.
301.048(2)(am)3. 3. The parole commission grants him or her parole under s. 304.06 and requires his or her participation in the program as a condition of parole under s. 304.06 (1x).
301.048(2)(am)3m. 3m. A court or the department requires his or her participation in the program as a condition of extended supervision under s. 302.113 (7) or 302.114 (5) (d) or (8) or 973.01 (5).
301.048(2)(am)4. 4. The department and the person agree to his or her participation in the program as an alternative to revocation of probation, extended supervision or parole.
301.048(2)(bm)1.1. In this paragraph, "violent offense" means:
301.048(2)(bm)1.b. b. A crime under federal law, the law of any other state or, prior to October 29, 1999, the law of this state that is comparable to a crime specified in subd. 1. a.
301.048(2)(bm)2. 2. A person who has at any time been convicted, adjudicated delinquent or found not guilty or not responsible by reason of insanity or mental disease, defect or illness of or for a violent offense is not eligible for the intensive sanctions program.
301.048(2m) (2m)Persons serving bifurcated sentence; restricted eligibility. A prisoner serving a bifurcated sentence imposed under s. 973.01 is not eligible for the intensive sanctions program during the term of confinement in prison portion of the bifurcated sentence.
301.048(3) (3)Component phases.
301.048(3)(a)(a) The department shall provide each participant with one or more of the following sanctions:
301.048(3)(a)1. 1. Placement in a Type 1 prison or a jail, county reforestation camp, residential treatment facility or community-based residential facility. The department may not place a participant under this paragraph for more than one year or, if applicable, the period specified by the court under s. 973.032 (3) (b), whichever is shorter, except as provided in s. 973.032 (4).
301.048(3)(a)2. 2. Intensive or other field supervision.
301.048(3)(a)3. 3. Electronic monitoring.
301.048(3)(a)4. 4. Community service.
301.048(3)(a)5. 5. Restitution.
301.048(3)(a)6. 6. Other programs as prescribed by the department.
301.048(3)(b) (b) The department may provide the sanctions under par. (a) in any order and may provide more than one sanction at a time. Subject to the cumulative time restrictions under par. (a) 1., the department may return to a sanction that was used previously for a participant. A participant is not entitled to a hearing regarding the department's exercise of authority under this subsection unless the department provides for a hearing by rule.
301.048(3)(c) (c) The department may provide a participant with alcohol or other drug abuse outpatient treatment and services or mental health treatment and services.
301.048(3)(d) (d) A person may seek review of a final decision of the department of corrections, or of the division of hearings and appeals in the department of administration acting under s. 304.06 (3), relating to denials of eligibility for or placement in sanctions or relating to discipline or revocation under or termination from the intensive sanctions program only by the common law writ of certiorari.
301.048(4) (4)Status.
301.048(4)(a)(a) A participant is in the custody and under the control of the department, subject to its rules and discipline. A participant entering the program under sub. (2) (am) 1. or 2. is a prisoner. A participant entering the program under sub. (2) (am) 3. is a prisoner, except that he or she is a parolee for purposes of revocation. A participant entering the program under sub. (2) (am) 3m. is a prisoner, except that he or she remains a person on extended supervision for purposes of revocation. A participant entering the program under sub. (2) (am) 4. is a prisoner, except that he or she remains a probationer, parolee or person on extended supervision, whichever is applicable, for purposes of revocation.
301.048(4)(am) (am) A participant who is a parolee for purposes of revocation is subject to revocation for violation of any condition of parole or any rule or condition applicable because he or she is a program participant. A participant who is a person on extended supervision for purposes of revocation is subject to revocation for violation of any condition of extended supervision or any rule or condition applicable because he or she is a program participant. A participant who is a probationer for purposes of revocation is subject to revocation for violation of any condition of probation or any rule or condition applicable because he or she is a program participant.
301.048(4)(b) (b) The department shall operate the program as a correctional institution. The secretary may allocate and reallocate existing and future facilities as part of the institution. The institution is subject to s. 301.02 and is a state prison as defined in s. 302.01. Construction or establishment of the institution shall be in compliance with all state laws except s. 32.035 and ch. 91. In addition to the exemptions under s. 13.48 (13), construction or establishment of facilities for the institution are not subject to the ordinances or regulations relating to zoning, including zoning under ch. 91, of the county and municipality in which the construction or establishment takes place and are exempt from inspections required under s. 301.36.
301.048(4m) (4m)Notification.
301.048(4m)(a)(a) In this subsection:
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