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950.06

950.06 Reimbursement for services.

950.06(1m)

(1m) To be eligible for reimbursement under this section for the provision of services to victims and witnesses, a county shall provide all of the following services to victims and witnesses:

950.06(1m)(a)

(a) Court appearance notification services, including cancellation of appearances.

950.06(1m)(b)

(b) Victim compensation and social services referrals, including witness fee collection, case-by-case referrals and public information.

950.06(1m)(c)

(c) Escort and other transportation services related to the investigation or prosecution of the case, if necessary or advisable.

950.06(1m)(d)

(d) Case progress notification services which may be combined with services under par. (a).

950.06(1m)(dm)

(dm) Assistance in providing the court with information pertaining to the economic, physical and psychological effect of the crime upon the victim of a felony.

950.06(1m)(e)

(e) Employer intercession services.

950.06(1m)(f)

(f) Expedited return of property services.

950.06(1m)(g)

(g) Protection services.

950.06(1m)(h)

(h) Family support services, including child and other dependent care services.

950.06(1m)(i)

(i) Waiting facilities.

950.06(2)

(2) The costs of providing services under sub. (1m) shall be paid for by the county, but the county is eligible to receive reimbursement from the state for not more than 90% of the costs incurred in providing those services. The department shall determine the level of services for which a county may be reimbursed. The county board shall file a claim for reimbursement with the department. The department shall reimburse counties under this subsection from the appropriation under s. 20.455 (5) (k), (kk) and (kp) and, on a semiannual basis, from the appropriations under s. 20.455 (5) (c) and (g).

950.06(3)

(3) The county board shall provide for the implementation of the county's plan under sub. (4). Two or more counties may submit a joint plan under sub. (4).

950.06(4)

(4) If the county seeks reimbursement under sub. (2), the county board shall submit a program plan to the department for its approval. The county is eligible for reimbursement under sub. (2) only if the department has approved the plan. The program plan shall describe the level of services to victims and witnesses that the county intends to provide; the personnel or agencies responsible for related administrative programs and individual services; proposed staffing for the program; proposed education, training and experience requirements for program staff and the staff of agencies providing related administrative programs and individual services; the county's budget for implementing the program and other information the department determines to be necessary for its review. The plan shall provide that the district attorney, local law enforcement agencies and the courts shall make available to the person or agency responsible for administering the program all reports or files, except reports or files which are required by statute to be kept confidential, if the reports or files are required by the person or agency to carry out program responsibilities. Each year, the county board shall submit a report to the department on the operation of the plan, including the provision of services under sub. (1m).

950.06(5)

(5) The department shall review and approve the implementation and operation of programs and the annual reports under this section. The department may suspend or terminate reimbursement under sub. (2) if the county fails to comply with its duties under this section. The department shall promulgate rules under ch. 227 for implementing and administering county programs approved under this section.

950.06 - ANNOT.

History: 1979 c. 219; 1981 c. 20; 1983 a. 27, 364; 1987 a. 244; 1991 a. 159; 1997 a. 181, 237; 1999 a. 9.

950.06 - ANNOT.

Cross Reference: See also ch. Jus 12, Wis. adm. code.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 950 > 950.06

950.06

950.06 Reimbursement for services.

950.06(1m)

(1m) To be eligible for reimbursement under this section for the provision of services to victims and witnesses, a county shall provide all of the following services to victims and witnesses:

950.06(1m)(a)

(a) Court appearance notification services, including cancellation of appearances.

950.06(1m)(b)

(b) Victim compensation and social services referrals, including witness fee collection, case-by-case referrals and public information.

950.06(1m)(c)

(c) Escort and other transportation services related to the investigation or prosecution of the case, if necessary or advisable.

950.06(1m)(d)

(d) Case progress notification services which may be combined with services under par. (a).

950.06(1m)(dm)

(dm) Assistance in providing the court with information pertaining to the economic, physical and psychological effect of the crime upon the victim of a felony.

950.06(1m)(e)

(e) Employer intercession services.

950.06(1m)(f)

(f) Expedited return of property services.

950.06(1m)(g)

(g) Protection services.

950.06(1m)(h)

(h) Family support services, including child and other dependent care services.

950.06(1m)(i)

(i) Waiting facilities.

950.06(2)

(2) The costs of providing services under sub. (1m) shall be paid for by the county, but the county is eligible to receive reimbursement from the state for not more than 90% of the costs incurred in providing those services. The department shall determine the level of services for which a county may be reimbursed. The county board shall file a claim for reimbursement with the department. The department shall reimburse counties under this subsection from the appropriation under s. 20.455 (5) (k), (kk) and (kp) and, on a semiannual basis, from the appropriations under s. 20.455 (5) (c) and (g).

950.06(3)

(3) The county board shall provide for the implementation of the county's plan under sub. (4). Two or more counties may submit a joint plan under sub. (4).

950.06(4)

(4) If the county seeks reimbursement under sub. (2), the county board shall submit a program plan to the department for its approval. The county is eligible for reimbursement under sub. (2) only if the department has approved the plan. The program plan shall describe the level of services to victims and witnesses that the county intends to provide; the personnel or agencies responsible for related administrative programs and individual services; proposed staffing for the program; proposed education, training and experience requirements for program staff and the staff of agencies providing related administrative programs and individual services; the county's budget for implementing the program and other information the department determines to be necessary for its review. The plan shall provide that the district attorney, local law enforcement agencies and the courts shall make available to the person or agency responsible for administering the program all reports or files, except reports or files which are required by statute to be kept confidential, if the reports or files are required by the person or agency to carry out program responsibilities. Each year, the county board shall submit a report to the department on the operation of the plan, including the provision of services under sub. (1m).

950.06(5)

(5) The department shall review and approve the implementation and operation of programs and the annual reports under this section. The department may suspend or terminate reimbursement under sub. (2) if the county fails to comply with its duties under this section. The department shall promulgate rules under ch. 227 for implementing and administering county programs approved under this section.

950.06 - ANNOT.

History: 1979 c. 219; 1981 c. 20; 1983 a. 27, 364; 1987 a. 244; 1991 a. 159; 1997 a. 181, 237; 1999 a. 9.

950.06 - ANNOT.

Cross Reference: See also ch. Jus 12, Wis. adm. code.

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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 950 > 950.06

950.06

950.06 Reimbursement for services.

950.06(1m)

(1m) To be eligible for reimbursement under this section for the provision of services to victims and witnesses, a county shall provide all of the following services to victims and witnesses:

950.06(1m)(a)

(a) Court appearance notification services, including cancellation of appearances.

950.06(1m)(b)

(b) Victim compensation and social services referrals, including witness fee collection, case-by-case referrals and public information.

950.06(1m)(c)

(c) Escort and other transportation services related to the investigation or prosecution of the case, if necessary or advisable.

950.06(1m)(d)

(d) Case progress notification services which may be combined with services under par. (a).

950.06(1m)(dm)

(dm) Assistance in providing the court with information pertaining to the economic, physical and psychological effect of the crime upon the victim of a felony.

950.06(1m)(e)

(e) Employer intercession services.

950.06(1m)(f)

(f) Expedited return of property services.

950.06(1m)(g)

(g) Protection services.

950.06(1m)(h)

(h) Family support services, including child and other dependent care services.

950.06(1m)(i)

(i) Waiting facilities.

950.06(2)

(2) The costs of providing services under sub. (1m) shall be paid for by the county, but the county is eligible to receive reimbursement from the state for not more than 90% of the costs incurred in providing those services. The department shall determine the level of services for which a county may be reimbursed. The county board shall file a claim for reimbursement with the department. The department shall reimburse counties under this subsection from the appropriation under s. 20.455 (5) (k), (kk) and (kp) and, on a semiannual basis, from the appropriations under s. 20.455 (5) (c) and (g).

950.06(3)

(3) The county board shall provide for the implementation of the county's plan under sub. (4). Two or more counties may submit a joint plan under sub. (4).

950.06(4)

(4) If the county seeks reimbursement under sub. (2), the county board shall submit a program plan to the department for its approval. The county is eligible for reimbursement under sub. (2) only if the department has approved the plan. The program plan shall describe the level of services to victims and witnesses that the county intends to provide; the personnel or agencies responsible for related administrative programs and individual services; proposed staffing for the program; proposed education, training and experience requirements for program staff and the staff of agencies providing related administrative programs and individual services; the county's budget for implementing the program and other information the department determines to be necessary for its review. The plan shall provide that the district attorney, local law enforcement agencies and the courts shall make available to the person or agency responsible for administering the program all reports or files, except reports or files which are required by statute to be kept confidential, if the reports or files are required by the person or agency to carry out program responsibilities. Each year, the county board shall submit a report to the department on the operation of the plan, including the provision of services under sub. (1m).

950.06(5)

(5) The department shall review and approve the implementation and operation of programs and the annual reports under this section. The department may suspend or terminate reimbursement under sub. (2) if the county fails to comply with its duties under this section. The department shall promulgate rules under ch. 227 for implementing and administering county programs approved under this section.

950.06 - ANNOT.

History: 1979 c. 219; 1981 c. 20; 1983 a. 27, 364; 1987 a. 244; 1991 a. 159; 1997 a. 181, 237; 1999 a. 9.

950.06 - ANNOT.

Cross Reference: See also ch. Jus 12, Wis. adm. code.

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