of not less than six dollars ($6.00) nor more than twenty-eight dollars ($28.00) for each day the prisoner works at employment away from the workhouse, in addition to any fine imposed by the court. The amount to be paid shall be determined by the board of commissioners established by § 41-2-134 and in accordance with § 41-2-129(b)(1).
$6 - $28
for each day the prisoner works at employment away from the workhouse
commissioner may deduct therefrom in the following order:(1) A maximum of fifteen percent (15%) to the victim of any crimes committed by the inmate to the extent of the victim's loss as determined by a written agreement or judgment under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Act of 1976, compiled in title 29, chapter 13, part 1, and thereafter to any state fund established by law to compensate victims of crime;(2) Room and board in an amount to be determined by the department;(3) A percentage of the remainder to be determined by the commissioner, after prior deductions under subdivisions (a)(1) and (2), to the spouse and children or legal guardian of the inmate's children; and(4) All remaining funds to the inmate's personal trust account.(b) No inmate may accumulate more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the inmate's personal trust account from arts and crafts sold pursuant to this part. This five-hundred-dollar limitation shall be cumulative and shall remain in effect for as long as the inmate is incarcerated. If funds remain from the sale of arts and crafts after the inmate's five-hundred-dollar personal trust account limitation has been reached, the excess funds shall be distributed as provided in subdivisions (a)(1)-(3).(c) Any amounts deducted pursuant to this section shall be payable in such manner as the commissioner may by policy prescribe.
(1) A maximum of fifteen percent (15%) to the victim of any crimes committed by the inmate to the extent of the
victim's loss . . .;(2) Room and board in an amount to be determined by the department;(3) A percentage of the remainder to be determined by the commissioner . . . to the spouse and children or legal guardian of the inmate's children; and(4) All remaining funds to the inmate's personal trust account
Traffic Regulations and laws of the road - Administrative procedures for suspension and revocation of licenses for driving under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances or drugs; reissuance of license.
(e) (1) The program provider shall collect the established fee from each participant upon enrollment unless the department has determined that the participant is an indigent based upon criteria established
pursuant to legislative rule authorized in this section.(j)(1) The Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Resources shall promulgate a rule for legislative approval in accordance with article three, chapter twenty-nine-a of this code to administer the provisions of this section and establish a fee to be collected from each offender enrolled in the safety and treatment program. The rule shall include: (A) A reimbursement mechanism to program providers of required fees for the safety and treatment program for indigent offenders, criteria for determining eligibility of indigent offenders, and any necessary application forms; and (B) program standards that encompass provider criteria including minimum professional training requirements for providers, curriculum approval, minimum course length requirements and other items that may be necessary to properly implement the provisions of this section.
Division of corrections. - Organization, institutions and corrections management - Trustee accounts and funds, earnings and personal property of inmates.
(c) The Commissioner of Corrections may direct that offenders who work in community work programs, including work release inmates who have obtained employment, make reimbursement to the state toward the
cost of his or her incarceration.(d)(1) Prior to ordering an incarcerated offender to make reimbursement toward the costs of his or her incarceration, the commissioner, or his or her designee, shall consider the following:
(A) The offender's ability to pay;
(B) The nature and extent of the offender's responsibilities to his or her dependents, if any;
(C) The length of probable incarceration under the court's sentence; and
(D) The effect, if any, that reimbursement might have on the offender's rehabilitation.
(2) No order of reimbursement entered pursuant to this section may exceed $500 per month unless the offender gives his or her express consent.
(3) The Commissioner of Corrections shall, prior to the beginning of each fiscal year, prepare a report that details the average cost per inmate incurred by the division for the care and supervision of those individuals in his or her custody.
the state. The charges assessed against an inmate may be deducted directly from the inmate's trustee account without the inmate's consent. The inmate shall be notified of the amount deducted and the charges to which it has been applied.(b) As used in this section, a "reasonable charge" may not exceed the sum of five dollars for any billable service. Inmates shall be notified of the fee schedule, billable services, and exempt services. Services initiated by the inmate shall be assessed a fee, except that no charge may be assessed for: (1) A specific health care service required under the law of this state, including, by way of illustration, tuberculin testing; (2) an emergency service following a traumatic injury other than a self-induced injury, or necessary to prevent death or severe or permanent disability; (3) diagnosis and treatment of communicable diseases, including, by way of illustration, tuberculosis or hepatitis; (4) treatment of diagnosed severe mental illness; (5) treatment of specific chronic conditions identified by the commissioner, including heart disease and diabetes; (6) staff-initiated care, including follow-up and referral visits; (7) preventive services that the commissioner determines are to be provided or made available to all inmates, including services related to disease prevention and promotion of proper health habits; or (8) such other services as may be exempted by rule of the commissioner. No inmate may be denied any necessary billable medical service because of inability to pay the charge.
reasonable charges for health care and treatment services
Division of corrections. - Organization, institutions and corrections management - Electronic monitoring of offenders; special account.
The commissioner may use electronic monitoring equipment to aid in the supervision of offenders. The commissioner shall charge offenders subject to supervision by means of electronic monitoring equipment a reasonable
fee, to be established under a legislative rule promulgated by the commissioner pursuant to article three, chapter twenty-nine-a of this code, to help defray the costs of the purchase and use of the equipment and the division of correction's operational costs: Provided, That an offender's inability to pay a fee does not preclude the offender from being eligible for this program.All fees collected shall be deposited in a special account in the state treasury designated the "electronic monitoring program account." The funds deposited in the account may be used by the commissioner only for the operation of the program and for the administration of the division of corrections.
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