- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 33. Probation, Prisons, and Prisoners
- Chapter 30. Prison Facilities and Prisoners
- Section 41. Lease of Correctional Facility to Municipality.
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AS 33.30.041. Lease of Correctional Facility to Municipality.
- (a) If the commissioner determines that it would be in the best interest of the state, the commissioner may enter into an
agreement with a municipality of the state for the lease of a state correctional facility or for the use and operation
of a state correctional facility for the joint benefit of the municipality and the state.
- (b) An agreement executed by the commissioner under (a) of this section must provide that
- (1) the state has the right to detain or confine a prisoner held under authority of law in the correctional facility;
- (2) the administrator of the correctional facility agrees to implement an order, concerning a prisoner, issued by a court
of the state;
- (3) the administrator of the correctional facility shall comply with the law, and regulations adopted by the commissioner,
relating to the custody, care, and discipline of a prisoner detained or confined in the correctional facility; and
- (4) the commissioner may inspect the correctional facility at any time to determine the conditions under which a prisoner
is detained or confined.
- (c) The agreement executed by the commissioner under (a) of this section may require the administrator of the correctional
facility to comply with requirements that the commissioner considers necessary for the protection of the public or for
the quality of care and programs for prisoners required by this chapter and regulations adopted by the commissioner.
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