Mich. Admin. Code R. 791.4425 - Community status; residence; expenses; conditions; violation
Current through Vol. 22-05, April 1, 2022
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Rule 425. (1) A prisoner who is classified to community status and who is placed in a community corrections center shall be placed in a center that is located in either the county of the prisoner's most recent residence as listed on the prisoner's presentence report or a county in which the prisoner's spouse, parent, grandparent, brother, sister, or child resides. Not more than 10% of the prisoner population of any community corrections center, at any one time, may consist of prisoners who would not be placed in that community corrections center pursuant to the provisions of this subrule.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of subrule (1) of this rule, the department may operate a community corrections center that serves more than 1 county. Any prisoner who is placed in a center that serves more than 1 county shall meet the conditions of subrule (1) of this rule.
(3) Each prisoner who is classified to community status shall be subject to general and special conditions that are established by the head of the office of residential and electronic programs. Special conditions of placement shall be reasonably necessary to maintain public protection and assist the prisoner in making a successful adjustment to the community.When a violation of a condition is alleged, which constitutes major or minor misconduct, the charged resident is entitled to an administrative hearing as provided for in R 791.3310 and R 791.3315. A violation of a special condition of placement may be the basis for reclassification to a higher level of security.
(4) A prisoner who has been released on parole may be temporarily housed in a community corrections center if the prisoner agrees to abide by center rules and if placement is approved by the head of the office of residential and electronic programs.
(5) Each prisoner who is classified to community status shall pay expenses as specified by the director.
History: 1979 AC.; 1993 AACS.