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Wisconsin Statutes Corrections (Ch. 301 to 304) § 302.043. Release of inmates serving risk reduction sentences

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(1) When an inmate who is serving a risk reduction sentence imposed under s. 973.031, 2009 stats., has served not less than 75 percent of the term of confinement portion of his or her sentence under s. 973.01 and the department determines that he or she has completed the programming or treatment under his or her plan and that the inmate maintained a good conduct record during his or her term of confinement, the department shall notify the sentencing court that the inmate has successfully completed the requirements of his or her risk reduction sentence.

(2) Upon receipt of notice under sub. (1), the court shall release the inmate to extended supervision.

(3) Upon receiving a court order releasing the inmate under sub. (2), the department shall release the inmate within 6 working days, as defined in s. 227.01(14) and as computed in s. 990.001(4).

(4) A person released under this section, his or her residence, and any property under his or her control may be searched by a law enforcement officer at any time during his or her period of supervision if the officer reasonably suspects that the person is committing, is about to commit, or has committed a crime or a violation of a condition of release to extended supervision. Any search conducted pursuant to this subsection shall be conducted in a reasonable manner and may not be arbitrary, capricious, or harassing. A law enforcement officer who conducts a search pursuant to this subsection shall, as soon as practicable after the search, notify the department.

Cite this article: - Wisconsin Statutes Corrections (Ch. 301 to 304) § 302.043. Release of inmates serving risk reduction sentences - last updated January 01, 2018 |

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