- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 33. Probation, Prisons, and Prisoners
- Chapter 30. Prison Facilities and Prisoners
- Section 91. Designation of Programs.
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AS 33.30.091. Designation of Programs.
Except as provided in AS 33.30.111
and 33.30.161, the commissioner may assign a prisoner
committed to the commissioner's custody to a program established under AS 33.30.011
- (1) safeguards to the public;
- (2) the prospects for the prisoner's rehabilitation;
- (3) the availability of program and facility space;
- (4) the prospect of future judicial proceedings requiring the presence of the prisoner;
- (5) the nature and circumstances of the offense for which the prisoner was sentenced;
- (6) the needs of the prisoner as determined by a classification committee and any recommendations made by the sentencing
- (7) the record of convictions of the prisoner with particular emphasis on crimes specified in AS 11.41;
- (8) the use of drugs or alcohol by the prisoner;
- (9) the length of the prisoner's sentence; and
- (10) other criteria considered appropriate by the commissioner, including experimental evaluation of correctional programs
that are consistent with protection of the public and reformation of the prisoner.
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