2022 Wyoming Statutes
Title 7 - Criminal Procedure
Chapter 18 - Community Corrections
Section 7-18-104 - Establishment and Operation of Facilities or Programs by Nongovernmental Agencies; Required Governmental Approval; Acceptance or Rejection of Offenders, Parolees or Inmates.
7-18-104. Establishment and operation of facilities or programs by nongovernmental agencies; required governmental approval; acceptance or rejection of offenders, parolees or inmates.
(a) If approved as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a nongovernmental agency may establish, maintain and operate an adult community correctional facility and program and may contract with a corrections board to provide services to offenders, parolees and inmates.
(b) The establishment of any nongovernmental adult community correctional facility or program shall be subject to approval of the board of county commissioners of the county and the governing body of the city or town in which the proposed facility or the situs of the program is to be located. Approval or denial of the establishment of the facility or program shall be made only after consultation with the corrections board and the department.
(c) The nongovernmental agency operating an adult community correctional facility or program has the authority to accept, reject or reject after acceptance the placement of any offender, parolee or inmate in its facility or program pursuant to any contract or agreement with a corrections board. If an offender, parolee or inmate is rejected by the nongovernmental agency after initial acceptance, the offender, parolee or inmate shall remain in the custody of the nongovernmental agency for a reasonable period of time pending receipt of appropriate orders for transfer of the offender, parolee or inmate.