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§25-1-1 Office of commissioner of public institutions abolished; department and commissioner of corrections established; qualifications, oath and bond.
§25-1-1a Purpose and legislative intent.
§25-1-3 Institutions managed by Commissioner of Corrections; certain institutions transferred to Department of Health and Human Resources; establishment of work and study release units.
§25-1-3a Trustee accounts and funds, earnings and personal property of inmates.
§25-1-3b Inmate benefit funds.
§25-1-3c Financial responsibility program for inmates.
§25-1-4 Limitation on reimbursement rate to medical service providers for services outside division facilities.
§25-1-5 Rules and regulations.
§25-1-6 Title to property of state institutions; custody of deeds and other muniments of title; authority ofcommissioner.
§25-1-7 Pruntytown Correctional Center established as a minimum security facility; limitations on type of residents therein.
§25-1-8 Charges assessed against inmates for services provided by state.
§25-1-9 Repealed
§25-1-10 Insurance of state buildings and property.
§25-1-10a Repealed
§25-1-11 Officers and employees of corrections institutions.
§25-1-11a Duties of wardens and administrators; bond; residence.
§25-1-11b Appointment of deputy warden; duties; bond.
§25-1-11c Hiring of other assistants and employees; duties of correctional employees; right to carry weapons; powers of correctional peace officers.
§25-1-11d Compensation of employees approved by commissioner; traveling and other expenses; payment of salaries.
§25-1-11e Unauthorized use of uniform, badge, identification card or other insignia; impersonation of member; and penalty.
§25-1-12 Repealed
§25-1-13 Furlough programs.
§25-1-14 Electronic monitoring of offenders; special account.
§25-1-15 Diagnostic and classification divisions.
§25-1-16 Transfer of inmates of state institutions or facilities.
§25-1-16a Governor's authority to authorize commissioner of corrections to consent to transfer of inmates under a federal treaty
§25-1-17 Monitoring of inmate telephone calls; procedures and restrictions; calls to or from attorneys excepted.
§25-1-18 Monitoring inmate mail; procedures and restrictions; identifying mail from a state correctional institution; mail to or from attorneys excepted.
§25-1-19 Reports by commissioner of public institutions and chief officers of institutions to auditor.
§25-1-20 Reports to governor.
§25-1-21 Employment of displaced correctional employees at other facilities.
§25-1-22 Task Force to Study the Feasibility of Establishing a Correctional Facility for the Incarceration and Treatment of Sex Offenders; members; duties.
§25-1-23 Repealed
§25-1-24 Repealed
§25-1-25 Repealed
§25-1-26 Repealed
§25-1-27 Repealed
§25-1-28 Repealed
§25-1-29 Repealed
§25-1-30 Repealed
§25-1-31 Repealed
§25-1-32 Repealed
§25-1-33 Repealed
§25-1-34 Repealed
§25-1A-1 Definitions.
§25-1A-2 Mandatory exhaustion of administrative remedies.
§25-1A-3 Payment of filing fees and court costs.
§25-1A-4 Judicial review of initial pleading; dismissal.
§25-1A-5 Hearings.
§25-1A-6 Loss of good-time credit.
§25-1A-7 Court-ordered payments.
§25-1A-8 Attorney fees.
§25-1B-1 Authorization; definitions.
§25-1B-2 Eligible inmates.
§25-1B-3 Terms of participation.
§25-1B-4 Termination of inmate's participation in program.
§25-1B-5 Collection of child support.
§25-1B-6 Program support; Correctional Center Nursery Fund.
§25-1B-7 Voluntary regulation.
§16725-2-1to25-2-19 Repealed
§16725-3-1to25-3-6 Repealed
§25-4-1 Purpose of article.
§25-4-2 Establishment of centers.
§25-4-3 Authority of commissioner of corrections.
§25-4-4 Warden.
§25-4-5 Repealed
§25-4-6 Assignment of offenders to center; period of center confinement; return to court; sentence or probation; revocation of probation.
§25-4-7 Physical, educational and psychological examinations; transfer and placement.
§25-4-8 Labor, study or activities may be required.
§25-4-9 Wages of offenders.
§25-4-10 Authority to arrest inmates.
§25-4-11 Escape; aiding escape.
§25-4-12 Independent or cooperative establishment of centers.
§25-5-1 Short title.
§25-5-2 Legislative findings and purpose.
§25-5-3 Definitions.
§25-5-4 Authority of the commissioner of the division of corrections; authority of secretary of department of public safety.
§25-5-5 Prohibition of constructing or operating a correctional facility; exceptions.
§25-5-6 Authority of the state and its political subdivisions to contract for correctional services.
§25-5-7 Granting private contractor ability to contract with foreign contracting agencies.
§25-5-8 Reporting requirements.
§25-5-9 Terms of contract.
§25-5-10 Site selection.
§25-5-11 Standards of operation; violations.
§25-5-12 Access by contracting agency, commissioner; reimbursement of expenses; report by commissioner.
§25-5-13 Sovereign immunity.
§25-5-14 Powers and duties not delegable to contractor.
§25-5-15 Bonding requirements.
§25-5-16 Insurance.
§25-5-17 Liability; indemnification.
§25-5-18 Firearms; capture of escapees; nonresident private correctional officers.
§25-5-19 Employee training requirements; preference.
§25-5-20 Reimbursement to state and its subdivisions.
§25-6-1 Purpose of article.
§25-6-2 Authorization to establish boot camp program.
§25-6-3 Definitions.
§25-6-4 Eligibility.
§25-6-5 Internal
§25-6-7 Construction and applicability of other acts.
§25-7-1 Legislative findings.
§25-7-2 Citation of article.
§25-7-3 Establishment of industries at correctional facilities; purposes and extent.
§25-7-4 Correctional industries service contracts.
§25-7-5 Purchase of inmate-made goods by state agencies.
§25-7-6 Exceptions to mandatory purchase requirement.
§25-7-7 Catalogues and a website of articles and products made and produced.
§25-7-9 Annual statements by the commissioner.
§25-7-10 Indebtedness for capital outlay projects.
§25-7-11 Correctional industries account.
§25-7-12 Sale of inmate-made goods on open market prohibited; penalty; exceptions.
§25-7-13 Establishment of programs authorized by the federal Prison Industry Enhancement (PIE) Certification Program for employment of inmates by private persons; lease of land and improvements.
§25-7-14 Agreement between commissioner and private person for manufacturing pursuant to Prison Industry Enhancement (PIE) Certification Program; wages; inmate participation on voluntary basis; and wo
§25-7-15 Establishment of programs authorized by the federal Prison Industry Enhancement (PIE) Certification Program for employment of juvenile residents by private persons; lease of land and improvem
§25-7-16 Agreement between director and private person for manufacturing pursuant to Prison Industry Enhancement (PIE) Certification Program; wages; resident participation on voluntary basis; workers&