Corrections

2022 Regular Session

Corrections

Bill Number Bill Description Bill Status
HB 1
Not Rated
Use of technology portals by those on probation/parole; require MDOC to implement certain rules regarding. Dead
Analysis:
HB 27
Not Rated
Correctional system cost-per-day reviews; transfer responsibility from PEER to MDOC. Dead
Analysis:
HB 104
Not Rated
Joint state-county work program; require DOC to utilize under certain circumstances. Dead
Analysis:
HB 195
Not Rated
Conditions of probation; clarify that courts may provide certain treatment for veterans when placed on probation. Dead
Analysis:
HB 209
Not Rated
Corrections Inspection Council; establish. Dead
Analysis:
HB 210
Not Rated
Use of restitution centers by DOC; repeal and convert centers into post-release reentry centers. Dead
Analysis:
HB 211
Not Rated
DOC; convert restitution centers to post-release reentry centers. Dead
Analysis:
HB 216
Not Rated
Parole eligibility; revise for certain offenders and require Parole Board hearing before release of certain inmates. Dead
Analysis:
HB 217
Not Rated
Commutation of sentences; require for certain nonviolent offenders. Dead
Analysis:
HB 218
Not Rated
Mandatory 85% sentencing rule; repeal. Dead
Analysis:
HB 220
Not Rated
Habitual offender law; authorize parole eligibility if offender served 10 years of a sentence of 40 years or more. Dead
Analysis:
HB 224
Not Rated
Nonviolent offenders, certain; require Department of Corrections to house within a 100-mile radius of offenders' release residences. Dead
Analysis:
HB 225
Not Rated
Workforce training, certain; provide for nonviolent offenders in regional correctional facilities. Dead
Analysis:
HB 226
Not Rated
Regional correctional facilities; require Department of Corrections to utilize for housing of state offenders before utilizing private facilities. Dead
Analysis:
HB 275
Not Rated
Nonviolent offenders; authorize reduction of sentences for passage of end-of-course subject area tests by offenders. Dead
Analysis:
HB 279
Not Rated
Task force to address the disparity of African-American males in the judicial system; create. Dead
Analysis:
HB 290
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; increase per diem rate paid to regionals for housing of state offenders. Dead
Analysis:
HB 382
Not Rated
Cell phones and certain other contraband; provide enhanced penalties for offenders and correctional employees. Dead
Analysis:
HB 514
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; extend repealer on drug and alcohol program at Bolivar County Regional Facility. Alive
Analysis:
HB 515
Not Rated
Prison Overcrowding Emergency Powers Act; extend repealer on. Alive
Analysis:
HB 533
Not Rated
Work release program; extend repealer on authority of Rankin County sheriff to create pilot program for nonviolent confined offenders. Dead
Analysis:
HB 534
Not Rated
Corrections; extend repealer on intensive supervision program and electronic home detention. Alive
Analysis:
HB 544
Not Rated
Probation, post-release supervision and technical violations; revise certain time periods concerning. Dead
Analysis:
HB 546
Not Rated
State Correctional Facilities Monitoring Unit; establish. Dead
Analysis:
HB 564
Not Rated
Mississippi Prison Education Reform Act of 2022; create. Dead
Analysis:
HB 586
Good Policy
Pilot work release program that authorizes sheriff to assign offenders to while confined in jail; extend repealer on. Alive
Analysis:
HB 625
Not Rated
Pilot Work Release Program; expand to give authority to Sheriff of Harrison County to establish. Dead
Analysis:
HB 638
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; require implementation of an Extended Family Visitation Program for eligible offenders. Dead
Analysis:
HB 683
Not Rated
State Parole Board; extend repealer on. Alive
Analysis:
HB 704
Not Rated
Mississippi Prison Industries; require to pay inmates federal minimum wage for inmate labor. Dead
Analysis:
HB 708
Not Rated
DOC's evaluation of requests for proposals for canteen services; require interested third parties to have reasonable prices for services. Dead
Analysis:
HB 710
Not Rated
Case plans for inmates who committed capital offenses; require certain programs be placed within. Dead
Analysis:
HB 711
Not Rated
Conjugal visits; require Department of Corrections to provide for married inmates. Dead
Analysis:
HB 713
Not Rated
Case plans for inmates who committed violent offenses; require certain programs be placed within. Dead
Analysis:
HB 714
Not Rated
Mandatory minimum sentences for crimes committed by offenders; revise which offenders are eligible for. Dead
Analysis:
HB 715
Not Rated
Case plans for nonviolent inmates; require certain programs be placed within. Dead
Analysis:
HB 716
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; authorize to administer the 'Halfway House Grant Program.' Dead
Analysis:
HB 863
Neutral
'Mississippi Prison Industries Act of 1990'; bring forward for the purposes of possible amendment. Alive
Analysis:
HB 906
Neutral
State offenders serving sentences in county jail; may serve sentences in any county jail. Alive
Analysis:
HB 907
Not Rated
'Reentry Court Act of 2022'; establish. Dead
Analysis:
HB 908
Not Rated
Offenders, certain; provide 'Compassionate Parole Eligibility Act of 2022' and certain hospice care services. Dead
Analysis:
HB 919
Not Rated
MDOC; require to establish a certain leasing policy with DFA for agricultural equipment. Alive
Analysis:
HB 920
Not Rated
Inmate Welfare Fund; authorize portion of fund to be used to fund Inmate Incentive to Work Program. Alive
Analysis:
HB 930
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; establish a Division of Parole within. Dead
Analysis:
HB 931
Not Rated
Mississippi Prison Industries Corporation; dissolve and create Division of Reentry and Prison Industry within MDOC. Dead
Analysis:
HB 935
Not Rated
Nonadjudication; authorize completion of workforce training or similar training as an option for. Dead
Analysis:
HB 936
Neutral
Hospice care services for terminally ill inmates; authorize MDOC to provide for those confined in facilities under MDOC jurisdiction. Alive
Analysis:
HB 1020
Not Rated
Private prisons that house state offenders; provide moratorium on the expansion of. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1050
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; revise notification period given to local law enforcement when offender is to be released. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1051
Not Rated
Parole Board; revise notifications time frame given to victim when the offender is to be released by. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1052
Neutral
MS Department of Corrections; provide for Deputy Commissioner for Workforce Development. Alive
Analysis:
HB 1124
Not Rated
'The Juvenile Offender Parole and Rehabilitation Act'; enact. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2269
Bad Policy
Community Service Revolving Fund; extend repealer on authority to collect fees for deposit into. Dead
Analysis: requires parolees to pay a monthly fee to the dept of corrections while they are on parole. ($50)
SB 2272
Good Policy
Department of Corrections; extend repealer on drug and alcohol program at Bolivar County Regional Facility. Dead
Analysis: extend repealer on inmate drug and alcohol program.
SB 2273
Good Policy
Probation and parole; authorize an offender's employer to submit regular information in lieu of meetings. Alive
Analysis: This bill provides an option for the employer to submit the offender's documents and information, instead of requiring a meeting. This helps saves the offender from having to miss work and is a positive step in the direction of criminal justice reform.
SB 2275
Good Policy
Pilot Work Release Program; extend repealer. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2276
Good Policy
State Parole Board; extend repealer on. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2277
Neutral
Prison Overcrowding Emergency Powers Act; extend repealer on. Dead
Analysis: Neutral
SB 2280
Good Policy
Corrections; extend repealer on intensive supervision program and electronic home detention. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2437
Good Policy
Central Mississippi Correctional Facility; authorize pilot work initiative. Alive
Analysis: Inmate work initiative program
SB 2584
Good Policy
'Reentry Court Act of 2022'; authorize pilot reentry courts in circuit court districts. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2600
Neutral
Recidivism; create study committee to review means to reduce through support, supervision and skills attainment. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2817
Not Rated
Department of Corrections; authorize the provision of hospice care services to inmates with a terminal illness. Dead
Analysis:
KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed