2009 Session

Budget Bill - SB850 (Introduced)

Department of Corrections

Item 389

Item 389

First Year - FY2009Second Year - FY2010
Operation of State Residential Community Correctional Facilities (36100)$20,422,800
Community Facility Management (36101)FY2009 $1,830,036FY2010 $1,830,036
Supervision and Management of Probates (36102)FY2009 $13,172,867
FY2010 $13,172,867
Rehabilitation and Treatment Services - Community Residential Facilities (36103)FY2009 $1,822,423FY2010 $1,822,423
Medical and Clinical Services - Community Residential Facilities (36104)FY2009 $848,008FY2010 $848,008
Food Services - Community Residential Facilities (36105)FY2009 $1,217,803FY2010 $1,217,803
Physical Plant Services - Community Residential Facilities (36106)FY2009 $1,531,663FY2010 $1,531,663
Fund Sources:  
GeneralFY2009 $18,322,800FY2010 $18,322,800
SpecialFY2009 $2,100,000
FY2010 $2,100,000

Authority:  §§ 53.1-67.2 through 53.1-67.8, Code of Virginia.

A. Included within this appropriation is $2,000,000 $1,500,000 the first year and $2,000,000 $1,500,000 the second year from nongeneral funds to be used for operating expenses of diversion centers operated by the Department of Corrections. The nongeneral funds are to come from the fees collected from probationers, assigned to the diversion centers, to cover a portion of the cost of housing them, pursuant to § 19.2-316.3 C, Code of Virginia.

B. Notwithstanding the provisions of § 53.1-67.1, Code of Virginia, the Department of Corrections shall not be required to operate a boot camp program for offenders placed on probation.

C. For felony offenders who are under post-release or probation supervision and who have been found to be in violation of any supervisory condition, the Department of Corrections shall provide community corrections residential facilities and programs for judges to use, at their option, for placement in lieu of commitment to the department to serve all or a portion of the offenders' remaining sentences.  Following a revocation hearing and a report based on the sentencing guidelines and the risk assessment instrument developed by the Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission, a judge may order such an offender to be confined in jail or in one of the facilities operated by the Department of Corrections.  While confined in jail or a community corrections facility, such offenders shall be eligible to participate in work release, public service, treatment, or rehabilitative programs as provided by § 53.1-131 of the Code of Virginia.