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Tennessee Code Title 41. Correctional Institutions and Inmates § 41-1-413

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(a) When appropriate to better manage and assist probationers under their supervision, probation and parole officers employed by the department of correction shall have the authority to impose intermediate administrative sanctions, including, but not limited to, mandated participation in treatment programs designed to address an offender's risks and needs.  The intermediate administrative sanctions shall be imposed in accordance with the treatment/supervision plan developed using a validated instrument to evaluate the individual risks and needs of the offender.

(b) Trial courts may revoke the authority granted to probation and parole officers in subsection (a), by entering an order to that effect, in all cases for all defendants, in certain specified cases or for particular defendants.

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