Corrections

2020 Regular Session

Corrections

Bill Number Bill Description Bill Status
HB 13
Not Rated
Parole Board; require review of mental health issues and controlled substances when considering parole eligible inmates. Alive
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HB 65
Not Rated
Conditions of probation; clarify that courts may provide certain treatment for veterans when placed on probation. Alive
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HB 67
Not Rated
Private correctional facilities contractor; must have ability to use local vendors when providing services to offenders. Alive
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HB 83
Not Rated
Case plans for nonviolent inmates; require certain programs be placed within. Alive
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HB 84
Not Rated
Case plans for inmates who committed violent offenses; require certain programs be placed within. Alive
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HB 89
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; authorize to administer the 'Halfway House Grant Program.' Alive
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HB 98
Not Rated
Case plans for inmates; require ordered alcohol or drug treatment to commence within 90 days of admission. Alive
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HB 103
Not Rated
Joint state-county work program; require DOC to utilize under certain circumstances. Alive
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HB 270
Not Rated
Department of Corrections discharge plans; require explanation of disenfranchising crimes and provide opportunity for offenders to become registered voters. Alive
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HB 284
Not Rated
Appropriation; MDOC to pay regional facilities $32.50 per day for each state inmate. Alive
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HB 331
Not Rated
Possession of cell phones and certain contraband by incarcerated offenders and correctional employees; provide enhanced penalty. Alive
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HB 356
Not Rated
DOC's evaluation of requests for proposals for canteen services; require interested third parties to have reasonable prices for services. Alive
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HB 361
Not Rated
Inmates convicted of capital offenses; provide parole eligibility after certain requirements are met. Alive
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HB 365
Not Rated
Mandatory minimum sentences for crimes committed by offenders; revise which offenders are eligible for. Alive
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HB 366
Not Rated
Conjugal visits; require Department of Corrections to provide for married inmates. Alive
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HB 367
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; require implementation of an Extended Family Visitation Program for eligible offenders. Alive
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HB 368
Not Rated
Mississippi Prison Industries; require to pay inmates federal minimum wage for inmate labor. Alive
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HB 372
Not Rated
Case plans for inmates who committed capital offenses; require certain programs be placed within. Alive
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HB 373
Not Rated
Conditional medical release; prohibit offenders convicted of capital murder from receiving. Alive
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HB 509
Not Rated
Violent offenders, certain; may be paroled by Parole Board if sentencing judge authorizes parole consideration. Alive
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HB 685
Not Rated
State offenders; extend repealer on authority to house in county jails when state space is unavailable. Alive
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HB 756
Neutral
Walnut Grove Correctional Facility; require DFA to ascertain certain cost estimates to make repairs at the facility. Alive
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HB 813
Not Rated
State Correctional Facilities Monitoring Unit; establish. Alive
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HB 844
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; revise notification period given to local law enforcement when offender is to be released. Alive
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HB 845
Not Rated
Parole Board; revise notifications time frame given to victim when the offender is to be released by. Alive
Analysis:
HB 851
Bad Policy
Corrections and Criminal Justice Oversight Task Force; revise composition of. Alive
Analysis: This bill adds one additional member to the Corrections and Criminal Justice Oversight Task Force Committee whose role will be to advocate for "offenders and families". This member is to be appointed by the Governor. The committee already consists of 13 individuals appointed by many different public officials and government entities, including the Governor. This is an unnecessary expansion and only serves to widen the influence of the Governor's office over the committee by giving them one more appointee.
HB 875
Not Rated
State-county work programs; require Department of Corrections to pay costs for the housing of state offenders who are housed in county jails and participate in. Alive
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HB 900
Not Rated
Task force to address the disparity of African-American males in the judicial system; create. Alive
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HB 906
Not Rated
Nonviolent offenders; authorize reduction of sentences for passage of end-of-course subject area tests by offenders. Alive
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HB 932
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; provide certain educational programs for adult offenders. Alive
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HB 953
Not Rated
Parole; change length of sentence to be served before offenders may request judicial recommendation of. Alive
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HB 964
Not Rated
Parole eligibility; provide for offender who commits crime before the age of 26 after serving certain percentage of sentence. Alive
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HB 980
Not Rated
Work release program; authorize courts and sheriffs to assign certain convicted offenders to while confined in jail. Alive
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HB 1019
Not Rated
Mandatory 85% sentencing rule; repeal. Alive
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HB 1020
Not Rated
Habitual offender law; authorize parole eligibility if offender served 10 years of a sentence of 40 years or more. Alive
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HB 1021
Not Rated
Commutation of sentences; require for certain nonviolent offenders. Alive
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HB 1025
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders convicted of murder; revise sentencing options for. Alive
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HB 1026
Not Rated
Regional correctional facilities; prohibit from operating as a private correctional facility. Alive
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HB 1072
Not Rated
Parole eligibility; revise for certain offenses and require Parole Board hearing before release of certain inmates. Alive
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HB 1100
Not Rated
Corrections State Grand Jury Act; create. Alive
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HB 1101
Not Rated
Regional correctional facilities; require DOC to utilize for housing of state offenders before utilizing private facilities. Alive
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HB 1102
Not Rated
Nonviolent offenders, certain; require Department of Corrections to house within a 100 mile radius of release residences of offenders. Alive
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HB 1170
Not Rated
First time offenders, certain; make eligible for a parole hearing. Alive
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KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed