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Art works for correctional facilities and halfway houses, taxpayer funding of prohibited: SB 5217, SB 6628
Assaulting a law enforcement or corrections officer or employee, sanction for offenders violating sentence conditions by: HB 2781, SHB 2781, SB 6550, SSB 6550
Caseload forecasts, consolidation into a single forecasting agency to be called the economic and revenue forecast council: SSB 6849
Caseload forecasts, consolidation into a single forecasting agency to be called the forecast council: SB 6849
Categories of offenders supervised by department, reduction: SB 5288
Categories of offenders supervised by department, revisions: * ESSB 5288, CH 375 (2009) PV
Community corrections officers, increasing supervision effectiveness through searches of offenders: HB 1840
Community corrections officers, increasing supervision effectiveness through searches of offenders and recommendations of sanctions for violations: HB 1839
Community custody, developing an evidence-based community custody system for adult felons: HB 1689, SB 5325
Community custody, technical corrections to RCW provisions: HB 1263, SHB 1263, SB 5190, * SSB 5190, CH 28 (2009)
Competency evaluation and restoration, procedural reform: ESB 5519, SSB 5519
Conditions and requirements of a sentence, offender violation of: HB 2626
Corrections personnel, department responsibility for meeting training needs of personnel it employs: HB 2156, SB 5987
Corrections personnel, department responsibility for meeting training needs of prisons personnel it employs: SHB 2156, * SSB 5987, CH 146 (2009)
Cost savings, correctional: SB 6175
Criminally insane persons, commitment and orders of conditional release for persons found not guilty by reason of insanity: * ESB 6610, CH 263 (2010), SSB 6610
Criminally insane persons, orders of conditional release for: HB 2932, SHB 2932
Criminally insane persons, restricting leave from state facilities for: * SHB 2717, CH 262 (2010)
Criminally insane persons, restricting outings from state facilities for: HB 2717
Crisis services, criminal justice training commission to offer recognition and intervention services training for corrections and criminal justice personnel: HB 1194, SB 5131
Crisis services, criminal justice training commission to offer recognition and intervention services training for corrections, criminal justice, and other public safety personnel: * SSB 5131, CH 19 (2009)
Discharging vulnerable persons from state facilities into homelessness, providing options for housing in order to avoid: HB 2905, SHB 2905, SB 6478
Earned release time, jail certification from a correctional agency that calculates: SSB 5701
Electronic monitoring devices, removing or tampering with while in community custody: HB 1145
Electronic monitoring mandatory for certain registered sex offenders: HB 1834
Employees, uninterrupted meal and rest breaks for employees of correctional facilities providing health care services to certain inmates: E2SHB 3024
Extraordinary medical placement, conditions: * EHB 2194, CH 441 (2009)
Fifty percent release time, continuing availability for certain nonviolent offenders: HB 1924
Firearms, correctional officers and sergeants who have completed training exempt from certain restrictions: HB 1755, SB 5929
Firearms, correctional personnel who have completed training exempt from certain restrictions: SHB 1755
Hotline staffed by community corrections officer, department to provide law enforcement with access to: SSB 6316, 2SSB 6316
Human trafficking training, criminal justice training commission to offer training for criminal justice, corrections, and other public safety employees: HB 2942
Illegal alien offenders, release to citizenship and immigration services for early deportation: HB 2188
Illegal alien offenders, release to immigration and customs enforcement agency for early deportation: SHB 2188, ESB 6183
Indeterminate sentence review board, transfer to department of corrections: HB 2957, SHB 2957
Internet solicitations posted by an incarcerated felon, notice of felon's incarcerated status to be posted with: HB 2063
Interstate compact for adult offender supervision, state's participation in: SHB 2624, * SSB 6548, CH 258 (2010)
Interstate compact for adult offender supervision, temporary suspension of state's participation in: HB 2624
Kidnapping and sex offenses, improving administration and efficiency of registration: * SSB 6414, CH 267 (2010)
Local law enforcement, coordination with department in connection with offender management: HB 3115, SB 6316, SSB 6316, 2SSB 6316
Mandatory overtime limits for corrections officers and sergeants employed by city or county jail: HB 1800, SB 5907
Mandatory overtime limits for corrections officers and sergeants employed by county jail: SSB 5907
McNeil Island special commitment center firefighters to be eligible for membership in LEOFF plan 2: HB 3190
Nonviolent criminals, alternatives to incarceration: SB 6175
Nonviolent offenders with minor children, alternatives to total confinement for: HB 3045, SHB 3045, 2SHB 3045, SB 6639, * SSB 6639, CH 224 (2010)
Notification of victims and witnesses, domestic violence court order violations added to list of eligible offenses: * HB 1790, CH 400 (2009), SB 5703, SSB 5703
Parents, alternatives to total confinement for nonviolent offenders with minor children: HB 3045, SHB 3045, 2SHB 3045, SB 6639, * SSB 6639, CH 224 (2010)
Persistent offenders, resentencing hearing required if offender classified as persistent based on conviction for robbery in the second degree: SB 5292
Personal information, disclosure exemption for photographs and month and year of birth of criminal justice agency employees: SHB 1317, * E2SHB 1317, CH 257 (2010)
Personal information, disclosure exemption when it can be used to locate employees of criminal justice agencies: HB 1317
Predischarge or preconditional release plan, psychiatric security review board requirement that the department prepare: SB 6549
Pregnancy, limiting use of restraints on pregnant women and youths in certain state facilities: HB 2747, * ESHB 2747, CH 181 (2010), SB 6500, SSB 6500
Release dates for offenders, department approval of jail certification from a correctional agency calculating earned release time: * HB 1789, CH 399 (2009)
Release dates for offenders, department to rely on jail certification to determine presentence earned release time: SB 5701
Release from state institutions, earned release time and provision of rental vouchers for certain offenders: * SB 5525, CH 455 (2009) PV
Right to vote, conditions for restoration for convicted felons: * HB 1517, CH 325 (2009), SHB 1517, SB 5534
Risk assessments, extending authority to supervise offenders based on: SB 5291
Savings accounts of inmates, provisions: SB 6337, * SSB 6337, CH 116 (2010)
Search and arrest of offenders, authority provisions: HB 1792, * ESHB 1792, CH 390 (2009), SB 5700, SSB 5700
Sex offender residence approval, consideration of number of registered offenders within one mile as a factor: HB 1430, SB 5648
Sex offender safe housing study: HB 1143
Sex offenders, residence location and electronic monitoring after release into community: HB 1277
Sex offenses and kidnapping, improving administration and efficiency of registration: * SSB 6414, CH 267 (2010)
Supervision of offenders, state's participation in interstate compact for adult offender supervision: SHB 2624, * SSB 6548, CH 258 (2010)
Supervision of offenders, temporary suspension of state's participation in interstate compact for adult offender supervision: HB 2624
Tolling for term of confinement or supervision, provisions: HB 3044
Wrongful conviction and imprisonment, payment of claims for: HB 2864