section .0100 - arts and crafts

Link to law: http://reports.oah.state.nc.us/ncac/title 14b - public safety/chapter 12 - division of corrections/subchapter c/subchapter c rules.html
Published: 2015

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subchapter 12c - treatment

 

section .0100 - arts and crafts

 

14B NCAC 12C .0101       DONATIONS

If a group, organization, or individual desires to make a

monetary or material donation to the unit as a whole for hobbycraft activities,

it may be accepted, but no gift or donation of hobbycraft tools or materials

shall be accepted for a specified individual inmate.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-361.1; 148-11;

Eff. March 17, 1978;

Transferred from 05 NCAC 02E .1005 Eff. June 1, 2013.

section .0200 - restitution/reparation

program

 

14B NCAC 12C .0201       PROCEDURES: NOTIFICATION: COMPLETED

RESTITUTION/REPARATION

The following procedures apply to the notification of the completion

of orders/recommendations of restitution.

(1)           If an inmate chooses to fulfill his restitution

obligations through his own funds, the following procedures are to be followed:

(a)           If the inmate's family pays off his

restitution indebtedness to the court, they will supply to the unit a receipt

from the sentencing court noting the full payment of the inmate's restitution

obligation, along with the victims' names and docket number.

(b)           If the inmate deposits sufficient funds in

his trust fund account to pay in full his restitution indebtedness, the unit

will forward a trust fund check to the victims, noting "full payment"

on the check.

(c)           Following the completion of either one of

the above requirements, Form DC-191-A will be sent to the clerk of the sentencing

court by the unit superintendent or institution head of the facility to which

the inmate is assigned, noting and verifying full payment of this inmate's

restitution indebtedness.

(2)           If the inmate decides to pay his restitution

indebtedness through his work release earnings, the following procedures are to

be followed:

(a)           Work release accounting will be responsible

for making deductions from his work release earnings to make restitution

payment or payments with the last payment to the victim noting "paid in

full."

(b)           Following this, Form DC-191-A will be

completed by the Work Release Accounting Office and sent to the sentencing

court, noting the completion of this inmate's restitution indebtedness.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 148-11; 148-33.2;

Eff. June 10, 1978;

Amended Eff. February 10, 1981;

Transferred from 05 NCAC 02E .1104 Eff. June 1, 2013.