Chapter DOC 393 - Youth Aftercare Conduct And Revocation
- § DOC 393.01 - Authority and purpose
- § DOC 393.02 - Applicability
- § DOC 393.03 - Definitions
- § DOC 393.04 - Responsibilities of the aftercare provider
- § DOC 393.05 - Expected conduct
- § DOC 393.06 - Use of force
- § DOC 393.07 - Mechanical restraints
- § DOC 393.08 - Chemical agents and weapons
- § DOC 393.09 - Search and seizure
- § DOC 393.10 - Custody and transporting
- § DOC 393.11 - Finding of violation
- § DOC 393.12 - Staff response to alleged violation
- § DOC 393.13 - Violation report
- § DOC 393.14 - Preparation for revocation hearing
- § DOC 393.15 - Procedure for youth on state aftercare when hearing right is waived
- § DOC 393.16 - Procedure for youth on county aftercare when hearing right is waived
- § DOC 393.17 - Petition for change in placement by the court
- § DOC 393.18 - Revocation hearing
- § DOC 393.19 - Return of a youth to a type 1 secured correctional facility
- § DOC 393.20 - Youth complaint procedure
Current through November 29, 2021
Chapter HSS 343 as it existed on June 30, 2000 was repealed and a new Chapter DOC 393 was created, Register, June, 2000, No. 534, effective July 1, 2000.
Note: This chapter applies to the Department of Corrections and the Department of Children and Families according to their respective responsibilities as designated in ch. 938, Stats., until such time as each of the departments can adopt separate rules.
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