A written, itemized inventory of all personal property taken from an inmate at the
time of admission shall be made by correctional facility staff. The property, including money and other valuables, shall be secured and the inmate
given a receipt for all property to be held until the inmate's release unless the
inmate requests a different disposition in writing. Upon release, the items of inmate personal property shall be compared with the inventory
list, and the inmate shall sign a receipt for the property's return. If the inmate is released for transfer to another correctional facility, the correctional
officer transporting the inmate shall sign the receipt. The releasing correctional facility shall maintain a copy of the property receipt
for its files.
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