- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 33. Probation, Prisons, and Prisoners
- Chapter 30. Prison Facilities and Prisoners
- Section 161. Eligibility to Serve Time in a Correctional Restitution Center.
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AS 33.30.161. Eligibility to Serve Time in a Correctional Restitution Center.
- (a) The commissioner may not allow a prisoner to serve time in a correctional restitution center unless the commissioner
specifically finds that the prisoner meets the eligibility requirements of this section.
- (b) To be eligible to serve time in a correctional restitution center, the prisoner
- (1) must be employable or eligible to work on community service projects approved by the commissioner and agree to secure
employment or participate in community service projects and obey the rules of the center;
- (2) may not be serving a sentence for conviction of an offense
- (A) involving violence or the use of force;
- (B) under AS 11.41.320
, 11.41.330, or AS 11.56.740
- (3) may not have been convicted of a felony offense, in the state or another jurisdiction, involving violence or the use
- (4) may not have been convicted of an offense under AS 11.41.410
- 11.41.470 or an offense in the state or another
jurisdiction having elements substantially identical to an offense under AS 11.41.410
- 11.41.470; and
- (5) may not have been sentenced to a
- (A) mandatory 99-year term of imprisonment under AS 12.55.125
- (B) definite term of imprisonment under AS 12.55.125
- (c) Unless the commissioner determines otherwise for good cause shown, a person sentenced to less than five days who is
serving time in a correctional restitution center shall participate in a community service project when available.
- (d) In (b) of this section,
- (1) "force" has the meaning given in AS 11.81.900
- (2) "violence or the use of force" includes possession of a firearm, as defined in AS 11.81.900
(b), in the commission of an offense, whether or not the firearm was actually used.
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