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Section 791.265d

Act 232 of 1953

791.265d Occurrences requiring entry in law enforcement information network; occurrences requiring certain information to be made available on line; time limitation; scope of entry; “state correctional facility” defined.

Sec. 65d.

  (1) If 1 or more of the following occur, the department shall make an entry in the law enforcement information network:
  (a) A prisoner escapes from a state correctional facility.
  (b) A parole violation warrant is issued.
  (2) If 1 or more of the following occur, the department shall make available on line to the law enforcement information network, by way of the corrections management information system, the following information:
  (a) A prisoner is transferred into a community residential program.
  (b) A prisoner is transferred into a minimum custody correctional facility of any kind, including a correctional camp or work camp.
  (c) A person's parole status changes.
  (3) An entry under subsection (1), or information under subsection (2), shall be entered or made available not later than 24 hours after the event occurs, and shall include the prisoner's name and former name, if any, physical descriptors, the remaining term of his or her sentence, and any other information determined relevant by the department.
  (4) As used in this section, "state correctional facility" means a facility or institution which houses a prisoner population under the jurisdiction of the department.

History: Add. 1988, Act 401, Eff. Sept. 24, 1989 ;-- Am. 1996, Act 104, Eff. Apr. 1, 1996
Popular Name: Department of Corrections Act

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