2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 25 - INSTITUTIONS OF THE STATE
CHAPTER 3 - WYOMING BOYS' SCHOOL
25-3-105. Control over residents; preparation of personal record; rehabilitation plan and periodic reviews thereof; contents of record.
The department of family services shall maintain control over all persons committed to the boys' school to prevent the persons from committing crime, best secure their self-support and accomplish their reformation. When a person is admitted to the school, the superintendent shall prepare a record of the personal history of the resident, including his age, family and social background, education and prior training and employment. Based upon all pertinent information available, the superintendent shall prepare an individualized rehabilitation plan which shall be part of the resident's record. Periodic reviews of the resident's progress and appropriate modifications of his rehabilitation plan shall be made by the superintendent and entered on the resident's record. The status of each resident shall be reported to him periodically. All orders affecting the resident, the circumstance of his final release and any new developments concerning his personal history shall be included in his record.
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