2009 California Penal Code - Section 2690-2692 :: Article 4. Temporary Removal Of PrisonersPENAL CODE
2690. The Director of Corrections may authorize the temporary removal from prison or any other institution for the detention of adults under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections of any inmate, including removal for the purpose of attending college classes. The director may require that such temporary removal be under custody. Unless the inmate is removed for medical treatment, the removal shall not be for a period longer than three days. The director may require the inmate to reimburse the state, in whole or in part, for expenses incurred by the state in connection with such temporary removal other than for medical treatment. 2691. No person imprisoned for a felony listed in Section 667.6 shall be removed or released under Section 2690 from the detention institution where he or she is confined for the purpose of attending college classes in any city or county nor shall that person be placed in a community correctional center pursuant to Chapter 9.5 (commencing with Section 6250) of Title 7 of Part 3. No person under the jurisdiction of the adult court and confined under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Youth Authority for conviction of a felony listed in Section 667.6 shall be removed or released from the place of confinement for attendance at any educational institution in any city or county. 2692. The Director of Corrections may enter into contracts with public or private agencies located either within or outside of the state for the housing, care, and treatment of inmates afflicted with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) or AIDS-related complex (ARC).
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