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     1-15-36.   Promulgation of rules to administer reinvestment program. The Department of Corrections shall promulgate rules pursuant to chapter 1-26 to administer a reinvestment program for the purposes of improving public safety and reducing recidivism. The reinvestment program is part of the local and endowment fund. The rules shall include the following:
             (1)      A calculation of the number of felony probation population as of fiscal year end. The Unified Judicial System will provide the necessary data on felony probationers to the Department of Corrections;
             (2)      A calculation of the five years, FY09 to FY13, inclusive, to determine how many felony probationers are under supervision in each county at fiscal year end. A trend line based on the prior growth in each county shall project growth based upon past performance;
             (3)      If the use of felony probation in a county has increased beyond the trend line calculated in subdivision (2) of this section, then the county will be compensated for additional felony probationers who are under supervision at fiscal year end. The first calculation of probationers beyond the trend line shall be on June 30, 2014, and the first payment shall be made on or about October 1, 2014;
             (4)      That a county's sheriff office shall receive one thousand dollars for each additional probationer beyond the trend line calculated in subdivisions (2) and (3) of this section;
             (5)      That in counties without a county jail, the sheriff shall receive an additional two hundred dollars per probationer above the trend line due to transportation costs;
             (6)      That the reinvestment fund shall be in existence until the fund is depleted; and
             (7)      That any probationer admitted to probation under a program described in § 16-22-8 is not included in the calculation performed in subdivision (2) of this section.

Source: SL 2013, ch 101, § 77, eff. June 30, 2014.


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