Alaska Statutes.
Title 33. Probation, Prisons, and Prisoners
Chapter 30. Prison Facilities and Prisoners
Section 151. Correctional Restitution Centers.
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AS 33.30.151. Correctional Restitution Centers.

(a) The commissioner shall establish correctional restitution centers in the state. The purpose of the centers is to provide certain offenders with rehabilitation through community service and employment while protecting the community through partial incarceration of the offender, and to create a means to provide restitution to victims of crimes.

(b) The commissioner shall adopt regulations setting standards for the operation of the centers including

(1) requirements that the centers be secure and in compliance with state and local safety laws;

(2) standards for disciplinary rules to be imposed on prisoners confined to the centers;

(3) standards for the granting of emergency absence to prisoners confined to the centers;

(4) standards for classifying prisoners to centers;

(5) standards for mandatory employment and participation in community service programs in each center; and

(6) standards for periodic review of the performance of prisoners confined to the centers.

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