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41-1604.12. Community correctional centers; powers and duties; allocation of compensation; absence without leave; classification; notice; hearing; location; applicability

A. The director may:

1. Establish and operate facilities to be known as community correctional centers.

2. Transfer inmates whose terms of imprisonment have been fixed from the state prisons and facilities of the department to community correctional centers and place parolees in the centers.

B. The director shall make rules for the government of the community correctional centers in the management of their affairs. The provisions of sections 31-254 and 41-1624.01 do not apply to compensation received by inmates or parolees assigned to community correctional centers. The department is authorized to charge and collect one-third of any compensation received by an inmate or parolee living at the center for room and board. The department is further authorized to collect and forward to the court or other person authorized to receive court-ordered restitution an amount not to exceed one-third of the compensation received by an inmate or parolee assigned to the center. Other than for room and board or court-ordered restitution, compensation of the inmate or parolee received by the department while the inmate or parolee is assigned to the center shall be credited to the inmate's or parolee's account.

C. The purpose of community correctional centers is to provide housing, supervision, counseling and other correctional programs for persons committed to the department.

D. Absence without leave from a community correctional center or intentional failure of an inmate to return from a furlough, work furlough or temporary leave granted under the provision of this section is a class 5 felony.

E. Prior to incurring any obligation for the establishment of a community correctional center, the department shall give at least sixty days' written notice to the governing body of the county for an unincorporated area, city or town and school district affected. The county, city or town and school district may contest establishment of a community correctional center by written objection filed with the department within thirty days after receiving notice, and may request a hearing to be conducted by the department pursuant to chapter 6, article 6 of this title.

F. This section applies only to persons who commit felony offenses before January 1, 1994.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1604.12

41-1604.12. Community correctional centers; powers and duties; allocation of compensation; absence without leave; classification; notice; hearing; location; applicability

A. The director may:

1. Establish and operate facilities to be known as community correctional centers.

2. Transfer inmates whose terms of imprisonment have been fixed from the state prisons and facilities of the department to community correctional centers and place parolees in the centers.

B. The director shall make rules for the government of the community correctional centers in the management of their affairs. The provisions of sections 31-254 and 41-1624.01 do not apply to compensation received by inmates or parolees assigned to community correctional centers. The department is authorized to charge and collect one-third of any compensation received by an inmate or parolee living at the center for room and board. The department is further authorized to collect and forward to the court or other person authorized to receive court-ordered restitution an amount not to exceed one-third of the compensation received by an inmate or parolee assigned to the center. Other than for room and board or court-ordered restitution, compensation of the inmate or parolee received by the department while the inmate or parolee is assigned to the center shall be credited to the inmate's or parolee's account.

C. The purpose of community correctional centers is to provide housing, supervision, counseling and other correctional programs for persons committed to the department.

D. Absence without leave from a community correctional center or intentional failure of an inmate to return from a furlough, work furlough or temporary leave granted under the provision of this section is a class 5 felony.

E. Prior to incurring any obligation for the establishment of a community correctional center, the department shall give at least sixty days' written notice to the governing body of the county for an unincorporated area, city or town and school district affected. The county, city or town and school district may contest establishment of a community correctional center by written objection filed with the department within thirty days after receiving notice, and may request a hearing to be conducted by the department pursuant to chapter 6, article 6 of this title.

F. This section applies only to persons who commit felony offenses before January 1, 1994.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1604.12

41-1604.12. Community correctional centers; powers and duties; allocation of compensation; absence without leave; classification; notice; hearing; location; applicability

A. The director may:

1. Establish and operate facilities to be known as community correctional centers.

2. Transfer inmates whose terms of imprisonment have been fixed from the state prisons and facilities of the department to community correctional centers and place parolees in the centers.

B. The director shall make rules for the government of the community correctional centers in the management of their affairs. The provisions of sections 31-254 and 41-1624.01 do not apply to compensation received by inmates or parolees assigned to community correctional centers. The department is authorized to charge and collect one-third of any compensation received by an inmate or parolee living at the center for room and board. The department is further authorized to collect and forward to the court or other person authorized to receive court-ordered restitution an amount not to exceed one-third of the compensation received by an inmate or parolee assigned to the center. Other than for room and board or court-ordered restitution, compensation of the inmate or parolee received by the department while the inmate or parolee is assigned to the center shall be credited to the inmate's or parolee's account.

C. The purpose of community correctional centers is to provide housing, supervision, counseling and other correctional programs for persons committed to the department.

D. Absence without leave from a community correctional center or intentional failure of an inmate to return from a furlough, work furlough or temporary leave granted under the provision of this section is a class 5 felony.

E. Prior to incurring any obligation for the establishment of a community correctional center, the department shall give at least sixty days' written notice to the governing body of the county for an unincorporated area, city or town and school district affected. The county, city or town and school district may contest establishment of a community correctional center by written objection filed with the department within thirty days after receiving notice, and may request a hearing to be conducted by the department pursuant to chapter 6, article 6 of this title.

F. This section applies only to persons who commit felony offenses before January 1, 1994.

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