(1) The division shall establish a system of financial payments to serve as an incentive for more effective and efficient performance of its programs.
(2) The division shall be provided, from the diagnostic services unit of the division of adult parole, personnel testing services that perform a vocational assessment of work experience and training needs; from the superintendent of each correctional institution, offender labor services; and from the superintendent of each such institution, security services at the work site, in addition to perimeter and scheduled security, when the division and the superintendent determine such additional services are reasonably necessary to ensure the safety of the public, the staff, and the offenders.
(3) Repealed by Laws 2017, Ch. 125, § 2, eff. Aug. 9, 2017.
(4) The director and the director of the division of adult parole are authorized to negotiate resource allocations for the exchange of services set forth in this section, subject to the annual review by the joint budget committee and the governor and appropriation by the general assembly. Payment rates shall be negotiated and set before the exchange of any of the services.
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