2018 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 14 - CHILDREN
CHAPTER 6 - JUVENILES
ARTICLE 3 - JUVENILE PROBATION
SECTION 14-6-309 - Authority to establish an intensive supervision program; rulemaking authority.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 14-6-309 (2018)

14-6-309. Authority to establish an intensive supervision program; rulemaking authority.

(a) The department is authorized to adopt reasonable rules and regulations to establish an intensive supervision program for juvenile probationers.

(b) An intensive supervision program established under this article may require:

(i) Electronic monitoring, regimented daily schedules or itineraries, house arrest, telephone contact, drug testing, curfew checks or other supervision methods which facilitate contact with supervisory personnel;

(ii) Community service work, family, educational or vocational counseling, treatment for substance abuse, mental health treatment and monitoring of restitution orders and fines previously imposed on the participant; and

(iii) Imposition of supervision fees to be paid by participants.

(c) Subject to legislative appropriation the department may, by negotiation without competitive bid or by competitive bidding, contract with any governmental or nongovernmental entity to provide services required to carry out the provisions of this article.

(d) The department shall have general supervisory authority over all juvenile probationers participating in an intensive supervision program under this article.

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