“Administrative detention" means secure, temporary confinement of a youth in a type 1 secured correctional facility, an approved juvenile detention center or the approved juvenile section of a county jail pending the completion of a violation investigation, the outcome of a revocation proceeding or the placement of a youth in an authorized placement as an alternative to revocation.
“Administrator" means the administrator of the division of juvenile corrections or that person's designee.
“Aftercare" means the aftercare supervision status of a youth, as used in s. 938.34 (4n)
, Stats., who is released from a type 1 or type 2 secured correctional facility by the office of juvenile offender review or by action of a court under s. 938.357
, Stats., and is supervised outside of a type 1 or type 2 secured correctional facility by the department or a county department until the expiration or termination of the youth's court ordered supervision.
“Aftercare provider" means the department or a county department designated by a juvenile court under s. 938.34 (4n)
, Stats., to provide aftercare supervision or the department under s. 938.532 (3)
DOC 393.03 Note
Section 938.532 (3), Stats., was repealed by 2003 Wis. Act 33
“Agent" means a person employed by the department or a county department who provides aftercare supervision or type 2 status supervision for a youth and who is authorized to make decisions regarding aftercare or type 2 status supervision.
“Alternate care placement" means the placement of a youth, other than a youth on type 2 status, in a residential living arrangement other than the parental home.
“Corrective action" means an action taken by the department or a county department to correct a youth's behavior that may include, but is not limited to, education, development of life skills or vocational skills or community service.
“County director" means the director of the county department or that person's designee.
“County intake worker" means a person designated under s. 938.06 (3)
, Stats., to provide intake services.
“Department" means the Wisconsin department of corrections.
“Division" means the department's division of juvenile corrections.
“Force" means the exercise of strength or power to overcome resistance or to compel another to act or to refrain from acting in a particular way. It includes the use of mechanical restraints or physical force.
“Hearing examiner" means an attorney employed by the Wisconsin department of administration to conduct revocation hearings under this chapter.
“Incapacitating agent" means any commercially manufactured device or chemical agent used by the department to temporarily control a youth.
“Investigation" means a process of fact-finding to determine whether a violation of aftercare has occurred, including the period of time needed to determine the appropriate action if a violation is substantiated.
“Mechanical restraint" means a commercially manufactured device approved by the department and applied to a youth's wrist, arm, legs or torso to restrain or impede free movement.
“OJOR" means the division's office of juvenile offender review.
“Regional chief" means a division regional manager responsible for oversight of community correctional services, or that person's designee.
“Staff" means an employee of the department or a county department.
“Summary disposition" means a written determination that a violation was committed and a consequence other than revocation shall be imposed.
“Superintendent" means the superintendent of a Type 1 secured correctional facility or that person's designee.
“Supervisor" means a department or a county department employee responsible for the supervision or administration of juvenile aftercare supervision, or that person's designee.
“Type 2 status" means the status of a youth who is placed by the department in a type 2 secured correctional facility, or who, having been so placed, is placed in a less restrictive placement under s. 938.357 (4) (am)
, Stats., is under the supervision and control of the department, is subject to the rules and discipline of the department and is considered to be in custody, as defined in s. 946.42 (1) (a)
“Violation report" means a written report prepared by staff which describes facts relating to an alleged violation by a youth.
“Youth" means a person under the supervision of the department or a county department within the meaning of s. 938.505 (1)
, Stats., or pursuant to s. 48.366
, Stats., regardless of age.
DOC 393.03 History
Cr. Register, June, 2000, No. 534
, eff. 7-1-00; correction in (3) made under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 7., Stats., Register December 2006 No. 612
; correction in (29) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register November 2018 No. 755
; correction in (3) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register February 2019 No. 758
Responsibilities of the aftercare provider.
The department or county department providing aftercare shall make reasonable efforts to ensure all of the following regarding a youth on aftercare:
The youth is free from discrimination based on race, national origin, color, creed, sex, age, sexual orientation, marital status, political affiliation, disability, ethnicity, religion, or ancestry.
The youth is provided with accessible and usable services, and any reasonable accommodations and services needed to benefit from correctional programming.
The youth is provided with an interpreter if his or her ability to speak, understand, read or write English is limited.
The youth is placed in the youth's parental home when this is consistent with correctional programming and the protection of the public.
The youth is involved in planning his or her ongoing correctional program.
The youth has appropriate access to the courts and legal counsel.
The youth has access to appropriate department, county department and community programs and services consistent with the protection of the public and the youth's needs.
The youth has his or her educational, vocational, drug or alcohol abuse, health, mental health and other programming needs met.
The youth may visit, use the mail and communicate with family members or an attorney within reasonable guidelines established by the department or a county department.
The youth may participate in authorized recreational and religious activities.
DOC 393.04 History
Cr. Register, June, 2000, No. 534
, eff. 7-1-00; CR 19-124: am. (1) Register June 2020 No. 774, eff. 7-1-20.
A youth's agent shall inform the youth orally and in writing of the conduct rules imposed by the agent and the conditions imposed by the court. All of the following conduct rules apply to a youth on aftercare:
The youth may not violate any state, federal or municipal law or regulation.
The youth shall report any arrest or law enforcement contact to his or her agent as soon as possible, but no later than 72 hours after the arrest or contact. If a youth is taken into custody, the youth shall inform the law enforcement officer and any intake worker of his or her aftercare status and the name and agency of his or her agent.
The youth shall cooperate with his or her agent and fully participate in the youth's aftercare program.
The youth shall be completely truthful with his or her agent at all times.
The youth shall keep all scheduled appointments with the agent and all service providers.
The youth shall report to and inform his or her agent of the youth's whereabouts and activities as directed and may not go to or be present at any place prohibited by the agent.
The youth shall obtain prior permission from his or her agent to terminate employment or change employment or to drop out of or change an educational or vocational program. If an unforeseen situation occurs causing the youth to act without prior permission, the youth shall notify the agent of the change as soon as possible, but not later than 72 hours after the change.
If the youth resides with his or her parents or guardian, the youth shall notify his or her agent of the family's change of residence in advance of the change, except when this is not possible, the youth shall notify his or her agent of the change as soon as possible, but not later than 72 hours after the change.
If the youth is in an alternate care placement, the youth shall obtain advance permission from his or her agent before requesting or making a change of residence.
The youth may not leave the state of Wisconsin unless the youth obtains prior permission and a signed travel permit from his or her agent.
The youth may not purchase, own, carry or possess a firearm, knife, any other weapon, or ammunition without prior written authorization of his or her agent. An agent may not grant a youth permission to possess a firearm if the youth is prohibited from possessing a firearm under s. 941.29
, Stats., any other state law, federal law, municipal ordinance or court order.
The youth may not use or possess any drug, item or substance that is illegal to possess, any intoxicating substance or any prescription drug except as properly prescribed for the youth and used by the youth in accordance with law.
The youth may not purchase, lease, possess, trade, sell, own or operate a motor vehicle without prior approval of the youth's agent. To obtain approval to operate a motor vehicle, the youth shall demonstrate proof of insurance, have a valid Wisconsin driver's license and, if the vehicle is owned by another person, have the written permission of the owner to operate the vehicle. Approval shall be denied if ownership, possession or use of a motor vehicle is inconsistent with the youth's rehabilitation.
The youth may not borrow money or purchase on credit without prior approval of his or her agent.
The youth shall submit to and cooperate with searches of the youth, living quarters and property and with tests ordered by the department, a county department, or a placement agency consistent with law including, but not limited to, urinalysis, breathalyzer and blood tests.
The youth shall follow any additional rules, given orally or in writing, that may be issued by the youth's agent. These rules may include, but are not limited to, directions relating to any of the following:
Support of self, including the sources of earned and unearned income.
Court obligations, including court ordered restitution and surcharges, and the collection and handling of all restitution monies.
A youth shall comply with conduct rules that his or her agent may require to achieve the goals and objectives of the youth's aftercare or any conditions established by the court.
A youth shall sign a written copy of the conduct rules established for the youth's aftercare prior to release from a type 1 or type 2 secured correctional facility, whenever possible, or immediately upon arrival at the initial community placement.
The copy of the conduct rules signed by a youth under sub. (3)
shall include the following notice: “These conduct rules are in addition to any court-ordered conditions. Your aftercare may be revoked if you do not comply with any of your court-ordered conditions or if you violate any of these conduct rules."
At a youth's first meeting with his or her agent following the youth's release, the agent shall personally review the conduct rules and court-ordered conditions with the youth, and the agent and the youth shall sign a copy of the conduct rules if the youth did not sign the rules prior to release from the institution. The agent may modify or supplement the youth's conduct rules at any time, either orally or in writing. If the agent modifies or supplements the conduct rules orally, the agent shall promptly give the youth a written copy of the changed or additional conduct rule.
A youth who disagrees with a conduct rule established by his or her agent may appeal
the agent's decision to the agent's supervisor within 5 working days of the decision. The supervisor shall review the appeal and make a written response to the youth within 5 working days of receipt of the appeal, upholding, reversing, or modifying the conduct rule. If the supervisor does not make a written response, the conduct rule is upheld.
If the youth is in disagreement with the supervisor's decision, the youth may appeal that decision to the next supervisory level of the department or county department within 5 working days of the supervisor's decision or failure to issue a decision under sub. (6)
. The next level supervisor shall issue the final decision of the department or county department within 5 working days of receipt of the appeal. If the next level supervisor does not make a written response, the supervisor's decision is upheld.
DOC 393.05 History
Cr. Register, June, 2000, No. 534
, eff. 7-1-00.
Whenever practical, staff shall rely on law enforcement authorities when it is necessary to exercise force to control a youth. When it is not practical, staff may use force to control the youth in accordance with this section.
(2) Corporal punishment.
Staff may not impose corporal punishment on a youth.
(3) Amount of force.
Only reasonable and the minimum necessary force may be used to achieve control of a youth. Staff may not use excessive force.
Staff may use non-deadly force to control a youth only if the user of force reasonably believes its use is immediately necessary to accomplish one of the following purposes: