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WAC 137-60-050

Furlough of person confined in state correctional institution—Conditions imposed.

(1) The applicant must agree to abide by all terms and conditions of the approved furlough plan. Any violation may be cause for suspension or revocation of the furlough, and possible disciplinary action.
(2) The furlough plan will specify the residence address at which the applicant will reside during the period of furlough and will designate the names and relationships of the persons with whom he or she will live.
(3) Upon arrival at his or her destination the furloughed person will, when so required, report to a state probation and parole officer in accordance with instructions given prior to release on furlough. He or she shall report as frequently as may be required by the state probation and parole officer.
(4) The furloughed person shall abide by all local, state, and federal laws, ordinances, and statutes.
(5) With approval of either the designated state probation and parole officer, or institution staff, the furloughed person may accept temporary employment during a period of furlough. Earnings may be used to defray the costs of the furlough, including transportation, living expenses, family support, and incidental needs.
(6) Furloughed persons may not leave the state at any time while on furlough.
(7) Other limitations on movement within the state may be imposed as a condition of furlough. Unless it is part of the approved travel plan, travel outside the county to which furlough is granted must be approved in advance by the probation and parole officer in that county.
(8) A furloughee shall not drink, ingest, possess, or be under the influence of intoxicating beverages or nonprescribed drugs. All public taverns, bars, liquor stores, and cocktail lounges will be considered "off limits" to furloughees.
(9) A furloughee who drives a motor vehicle must:
(a) Have a valid Washington driver's license in his or her possession;
(b) If unaccompanied by the owner, have the owner's written permission in his or her possession to drive any vehicle not his or her own or his or her spouse's or state-registered domestic partner's;
(c) Have at least minimum personal injury and property damage liability coverage on the vehicle he or she is driving,
(d) Observe all traffic laws.
(10) Clothing issued for use during the furlough is to be returned to the institution at the completion of the furlough.
(11) Other conditions of furlough specific to the individual may be imposed in writing, prior to the inception of the furlough.
(12) All conditions of furlough, general and specific, shall be listed on the furlough order, and shall be discussed with the inmate by his or her counselor before he or she leaves the institution. The furloughee shall carry a copy of the furlough order and furlough identification card, with him or her at all times while on furlough. The furlough identification card will be issued to the inmate prior to departure from the institution, and returned at the end of the furlough.
(13) Willful failure to return from a furlough at the time specified in the furlough order constitutes an escape from confinement which is a violation of criminal law.
[WSR 10-02-008, § 137-60-050, filed 12/24/09, effective 1/24/10. Statutory Authority: RCW 72.66.080. WSR 82-07-006 (Order 82-04), § 137-60-050, filed 3/4/82. Formerly WAC 275-93-050.]
Reviser's note: Under RCW 34.05.030 (1)(c), as amended by section 103, chapter 288, Laws of 1988, the above section was not adopted under the Administrative Procedure Act, chapter 34.05 RCW, but was published in the Washington State Register and codified into the Washington Administrative Code exactly as shown by the agency filing with history notes added by the code reviser's office.
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