Title 7 - DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY SUPERVISION

  1. Chapter I - General Provisions (Part 1 to 18)
  2. Chapter II - Employee Rules (Part 50 to 63)
  3. Chapter III - DESIGNATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF INSTITUTIONS AND COMMITMENT TO THE DEPARTMENT (Part 100 to 155)
  4. Chapter IV - Visitation (Part 200 to 220)
  5. Chapter V - Procedures For Implementing Standards Of Inmate Behavior And For Granting Good Behavior Time Allowances (Subchapter A to E)
  6. Chapter VI - Special Housing Units (Part 300 to 330)
  7. Chapter VII - Real Property Acquisition (Part 400 to 513)
  8. Chapter VIII - Institutional Programs (Part 700 to 724)
  9. Chapter IX - Institutional Security (Part 1000 to 1605)
  10. Chapter X - Facility Administration (Part 1700 to 1704)
  11. Chapter XI - Shock Incarceration (Part 1800)
  12. Chapter XII - TEMPORARY RELEASE, RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITY DAY REPORTING CENTER, AND COMPREHENSIVE ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT CENTER (Subchapter A to C)
  13. Chapter XXI - Earned Eligibility Program (Part 2100)
  14. Chapter XXII - Presumptive Release Program For Nonviolent Inmates (Part 2200 to 5200)

Notes

Notice

Effective October 3, 2011, Part A of Chapter 62 of the Laws of 2011 consolidated the New York State Insurance and Banking Departments into a new Department of Financial Services. Pursuant to § 103 of Part A of Chapter 62 of the Laws of 2011, whenever the Insurance Department, Banking Department, Superintendent of Insurance, and Superintendent of Banks are referred to or designated in any regulation pertaining to the functions, powers, obligations or duties transferred and assigned pursuant to Part A of Chapter 62, the reference or designation will be deemed to refer to the Department of Financial Services and the Superintendent of Financial Services, respectively.

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