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PDFWAC 137-56-095


(1) At the time of admission, each work/training release offender shall be advised in writing of:
(a) Program goals and services available.
(b) Rules governing conduct and program rules.
(c) Disciplinary action which may be taken in the event of a serious infraction or violation of rules or special conditions. To include, but not be limited to:
(i) Remain confined to the work/training release premises at all times other than the time necessary to implement the plan or when authorized under WAC 137-56-140. Any work/training release resident approved for placement under a work/training release plan who willfully fails to report to his or her designated assignment or return to the designated place of confinement at the time specified may be deemed an escapee and fugitive from justice, and upon conviction shall be guilty of a felony and sentenced in accordance with state law.
(ii) Have employment or other approved resources in order to maintain himself or herself financially.
(iii) Not consume, ingest, inject, or possess nonprescription narcotic or "dangerous" drugs or controlled substances or alcoholic beverages.
(iv) Report all income to the work/training facility supervisor or his or her designee. All income from any source shall be immediately placed in the resident's inmate banking account by the facility supervisor or his/her designee. A receipt will be issued.
(2) All amendments or additions to disciplinary rules, policies, and procedures shall be posted at a specifically designated place or places in each work/training release facility in advance of their effective date if possible and for at least thirty days after their effective date. Work/training release offenders shall be responsible for informing themselves of such postings. Complete and up-to-date copies of these rules and all program rules shall be available at each work/training release facility for examination.
(3) The work/training release facility supervisor shall ensure that each work/training release resident has the opportunity to understand rules which relate to his/her conduct. If the resident is unable to read or understand English, the rules shall be read to him/her promptly in his/her accustomed language.
(4) All offenders will receive orientation within forty-eight hours of arrival. Orientation must be completed before the offender can leave the facility. The offender must sign the appropriate form indicating he/she will comply with all the work release policies and program rules.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 72.01.090, 72.09.130, and 9.94.070. WSR 05-24-009 and 06-02-038, § 137-56-095, filed 11/28/05 and 12/28/05, effective 5/1/06. WSR 94-07-065, § 137-56-095, filed 3/14/94, effective 5/1/94. Statutory Authority: RCW 72.65.100. WSR 86-06-012 (Order 86-02), § 137-56-095, filed 2/21/86.]
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