2013 Florida Statutes
STATE CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM
Comprehensive correctional master plan.
Reduction of capacity.
Adult intake and evaluation.
Community-based facilities and programs.
Community correctional centers; existence; location; purpose; restriction.
Forestry Work Camps.
Department employees; personal vehicle damage claims.
Commitment to custody of department; venue of institutions.
Rules of the department; offenders, probationers, and parolees.
United States prisoners, board authorized.
Siting of additional correctional facilities; procedure.
Budget requests for residential facility construction; estimates; appropriations; population in excess of capacity.
Department of Corrections to provide buildings; sale and purchase of land; contracts to provide services and inmate labor.
Contractual arrangements with private entities for operation and maintenance of correctional facilities and supervision of inmates.
Department to regulate admission of books.
Smoking prohibited inside state correctional facilities.
Supervision of correctional institutions; enforcement of orders and regulations.
Security of correctional institutions and facilities.
Commitments and classification; transfers.
Housing of inmates.
Initial inmate classification; inmate reclassification.
Persons authorized to visit state prisons.
Administration of correctional institutions for women.
Shackling of incarcerated pregnant women.
Cancellation of administrative gain-time and provisional credits.
Disciplinary procedures applicable to prisoner for filing frivolous or malicious actions or bringing false information before court.
Forfeiture of gain-time and the right to earn gain-time in the future.
Ineligibility to earn gain-time due to disciplinary action.
Rules governing inmate use of weight training equipment.
Prisoner released by reason of gain-time allowances or attainment of provisional release date.
Suspension of civil rights.
Inspector general; inspectors; power and duties.
Reports of prison inspectors; recordation; inspection.
Failure of inspector to make report; false report; penalty.
Inmate grievance procedure.
Authorized use of force; malicious battery and sexual misconduct prohibited; reporting required; penalties.
Permitting inmates to escape.
Acceptance of unauthorized compensation; penalty.
Acceptance of remuneration from contractor; dealing or barter with prisoners; interest in contract; penalty.
Interference with prisoners; penalty.
Reward for capture of escapee from correctional institution.
Warrant for retaking offender who has escaped from custody or absconded from rehabilitative community reentry program, or who is ineligible for release.
Holding persons as hostages; penalty.
Mutiny, riot, strike; penalty.
Harboring, concealing, aiding escaped prisoners; penalty.
Introduction, removal, or possession of certain articles unlawful; penalty.
Drug-free corrections; legislative findings and purposes.
Inmate substance abuse testing program.
Addiction-Recovery Supervision Program.
Legislative intent; employee wellness program; drug and alcohol testing.
Service of sentence.
Subsistence fees with respect to certain prisoners; time of adoption; requirements.
State lien on proceeds from literary or other type of account of crime for which convicted.
Money or other property received for personal use or benefit of inmate; deposit; disposition of unclaimed trust funds.
Transfer of convicted foreign citizens or nationals under treaty.
Transportation and return of prisoners by private transport company.
Agency notification before release of intellectually disabled inmates.
Inmate release; notification.
Sexual offenders; notification upon release.
Notification to Department of Law Enforcement of information on sexual offenders.
Notification to Department of Law Enforcement of information on career offenders.
Career offenders; notification upon release.
Definitions for s. 944.613.
Methods of transportation.
Conditions for release from incarceration.
Eligible inmates released from private correctional facilities.
Staff who provide transition assistance; duties.
Release orientation program.
Basic release assistance.
Transition course for inmates.
Postrelease special services; job placement services.
Definitions of terms relating to private operation of state correctional facilities and s. 944.105.
Requests for proposals.
Bidder and private vendor qualifications.
Insurance against liability.
Quality assurance and standards of operation.
Delegation of authority.
Contract termination and control of a correctional facility by the department.
Conflicts of interest.
Withdrawal of request for proposals.
Adoption of rules, monitoring, and reporting.
Privately Operated Institutions Inmate Welfare Trust Fund.
Education for state prisoners.
Direct-support organization; definition; use of property; board of directors; audit.
Faith- and character-based programs.
Inmate’s family visitation; legislative intent; minimum services provided to visitors; budget requests.
Elderly offenders correctional facilities program of 2000.
Elderly offenders; annual review.