§3402. Warden

Link to law: http://legislature.maine.gov/legis/statutes/34-A/title34-Asec3402.html
Published: 2015

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§3402. Warden








1. Chief administrative officer. 
The chief administrative officer of the Maine Correctional Center is called the warden.


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2013, c. 508, §1 (AMD)
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2. Duties. 
In addition to other duties set out in this Title, the warden shall supervise and control the prisoners, pretrial detainees, employees, grounds,
buildings and equipment at the center.


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2013, c. 508, §1 (AMD)
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3. Powers. 
In addition to other powers granted in this Title, the warden has the following powers.





A. The warden may appoint deputy wardens, subject to the Civil Service Law. A deputy warden designated by the warden has the powers, duties, obligations and liabilities of the warden when the warden is absent from the center location or is unable to perform the duties of the office. [2013, c. 508, §1 (AMD).]










B. The warden may, with the written approval of the commissioner, contract with the Director of
the Federal Bureau of Prisons acting pursuant to the United States Code, Title 18,
Section 4002, for the imprisonment, subsistence, care and proper employment of persons
convicted of crimes against the United States, and may receive and detain such persons
pursuant to the contracts. [2013, c. 508, §1 (AMD).]







[
2013, c. 508, §1 (AMD)
.]





SECTION HISTORY

1983, c. 459, §6 (NEW).
1985, c. 785, §B156 (AMD).
2013, c. 508, §1 (AMD).