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absconder
    Any offender under the supervision of the south dakota parole services whose whereabouts are unknown to the supervising parole agent. this includes an offender’s “flight” attempt to relocate to an...
adjudicated delinquent
    Any child ten (10) years of age or older who, regardless of where the violation occurred, was found by a court to have violated any federal, state, or local law or regulation for which there is a ...
administrative detention
    A temporary form of separation from the general population. inmates may be placed in administrative detention when their continued presence in the general population may pose a threat to life, pro...
administrative segregation
    A status designated for inmates who have not responded to counseling or conventional disciplinary sanctions, who are flagrantly or chronically disruptive to the good order and disciplined operatio...
aftercare contract
    An individualized legal contract that establishes the conditions of supervised release for juvenile offenders.
aftercare plan
    An individualized program plan utilizing the yls/cmi as a guide. the aftercare plan targets a juvenile’s areas of need and prepares him/her for progressively increased responsibility and freedom i...
average daily count
    The number of inmates within a prison system on any given date. 3
bedside visit
    The act of an inmate visiting an immediate family member that has been seriously injured and received emergency medical care or a family member that is suffering from a serious illness who is unde...
body alarm
    A wireless device issued to staff and individuals prior to entering the secure perimeter of an adult doc facility that clips to the belt or pants and emits a loud alarm when activated by a pull ch...
case management risk level
    A level of risk established by the lsi-r risk, age, release plan and/or release type which is used to determine a minimum number of contacts a case manager will have with an offender during a time...
case plan
    An instrument which identifies assessed needs and individual program directives for an offender to address while under supervision of the doc. in juvenile corrections, a case plan is an individual...
case plan database
    A database used by staff to track assessed needs, casework steps, and case notes for offenders in the second chance act treatment group. offenders in the sca control group or offenders who have op...
class a contraband
    Items, which constitute substantial threat to the security of the institution, staff, youth or visitors. class a contraband are those items in which possession or introduction into the institution...
class b contraband
    Items, which have a high potential, if, used in improper ways, to threaten the security of the institution, staff, youth, or visitors. class b contraband includes those items, which may be used in...
class i visit
    A visit conducted in a visiting room or designated visiting area of an adult doc facility during which limited physical contact is allowed between the inmate and the visitor.
class ii visit
    A visit which is conducted with the inmate physically separated from the visitor in a glassed off area located within the visiting room. no physical contact between the inmate and visitor is allow...
community corrections specialist
    A doc staff designated to manage the doc foster care program, recruit and train foster care parents, monitor the quality of care provided to foster care youth, and serve as a liaison between the d...
community risk
    A level of risk established by the community risk assessment which is used to predict the risk of an individual parolee’s supervision failure.
companion watcher
    A paid volunteer offender that is selected and trained by staff to observe an offender housed in a doc institution that is considered suicidal and serves as a supplement to fifteen (15) minute cel...
conditions of confinement
    Lawsuits that allege in their initial pleadings that an agent, employee or officer of the south dakota doc is holding the inmate-plaintiff under circumstances or conditions that violate rights und...
constant direct supervision
    Staff members remain with the inmate constantly and maintain direct visual observation of the inmate at all times.
cost per day
    The average total cost of housing an inmate for one day of the year. 7 constitutional rights/preliminary hearing notice/waiver- a written notification provided to the parolee that indicates: 1) wh...
criminal history information
    Arrest information, conviction information, disposition information and corrections information compiled by doc staff. criminogenic risks/needs- offender need areas, which are related to criminal ...
delinquent child
    As defined by sdcl §26-8c-2, a delinquent child is: any child ten years of age or older who, regardless of where the violation occurred, has violated any federal, state, or local law or regulation...
detainer
    A document issued by parole services that authorizes a parolee to be detained in jail or a designated doc facility for a period of time as a disciplinary sanction or for investigative purposes. 8<...
direct care staff
    Direct care staff is any person whose job duties involve regular personal contact with offenders. this includes any person employed by the doc, full or part time, and includes anyone under contrac...
director of security
    A doc staff member appointed by and under the supervision of the director of prison operations, who is responsible for directing an adult facility security audit program.
disaster management team
    Doc staff responsible to handle all aspects of an inmate deployment to and at a natural disaster. the disaster management team is made up of doc staff to handle the duties of deployment commander,...
disciplinary segregation
    Punitive separation from the general population for inmates who have committed serious violations of doc prohibited acts (see sdcl § 24-2-12).
discretionary release date
    The next parole eligibility date for an offender.
dispositional meeting
    An informal meeting between a parolee and the executive director of parole or designee to assist the parolee in determining the options available in proceeding with the matter of his/her parole an...
dna sample
    A biological sample of deoxyribonucleic acid (dna) provided by an offender and submitted to the south dakota state forensic laboratory, pursuant to sdcl chapter § 23-5a, for storage and/or analysi...
doc policy
    A written policy for the department of corrections (doc) that applies to one (1) or more of the units and outlines the general uniform procedures. effective practices in community supervision (epi...
emergency medical care
    Emergency medical, mental health, and dental care is defined as care for an acute illness or an unexpected health need that cannot be deferred until the next scheduled sick call or clinic.
emergency response manual
    A confidential document outlining the assessment and response/incident action plan to an unplanned or imminent incident that affects or threatens the health, safety, or welfare of the public, empl...
extended detainee
    A detainee whose detention has been authorized by the executive director of the board of pardons and paroles for a period of up to sixty (60) days.
facility chief inspector
    The staff person designated by the institution’s warden, superintendent or director as the chairman of the loss control committee and is responsible for ensuring conditions within the institution ...
fixed obligation
    An obligation resulting from court ordered restitution, fines, attorney fees, court fees, child support, costs of incarceration and costs incurred while in the doc. these obligations can be incurr...
foster care parent
    An adult under contract with the doc to nurture, provide parental care and a safe environment for a youth placed in their home.
good time
    A length of time credited to a sentence which reduces the actual time an inmate must serve. good time shall be applied to qualifying inmate sentences in accordance with sdcl § 24-5-1 and is applic...
health care provider
    All doc staff, individuals under contract assigned to the doc (including department of health and department of social services staff) or student interns, providing medical, mental, dental, or opt...
health screening
    A system of structured inquiry and observation to (1) prevent newly arrived inmates who pose a health or safety threat to themselves or others from being admitted to general population; (2) identi...
high risk of violence inmate
    Inmates identified as level 2 or level 3 system risk as a result of placement in administrative restrictive housing, institutional disciplinary behavior, criminal typology, sex offender typology/e...
hospitalization
    Placement of an inmate in a public or private medical care facility outside of the facility. this does not include placement of an inmate in an infirmary operated on the grounds of the facility.
host agency
    An agency providing work and/or housing supervision for inmates participating in the community service program.
hunger strike
    If an inmate refuses sufficient nutrition and/or hydration for nine (9) consecutive meals, the inmate is considered to be on hunger strike. medically imposed fasts for the purpose of conducting me...
indigent commissary
    Commissary services for inmates with no funds in their spend subaccount or a source of income. individual program directive (ipd)- an individual program directive (ipd) is assigned to an offender ...
informal resolution
    The resolution of a juvenile’s violation of a minor prohibited act(s). resolution requires the mutual consent of the juvenile and the staff member. the elements of an informal resolution include a...
initial directive
    A case plan created in the comprehensive offender management system (coms) when an inmate enters the doc serving a new system sentence or begins serving a new system sentence. the case plan includ...
initial screening
    The first interview, observation and testing of juvenile offenders regarding overall health (including mental health), medical history, use of drugs or alcohol, allergies and current health status...
inmate health plan
    A manual outlining the plan for providing medical services to inmates. the plan will be developed by the doc health care provider, approved by the doc and updated as needed. in-service training- a...
institutional file
    The institution file contains information necessary to document each offender’s adjustment, rehabilitative progress and other facts considered pertinent by the warden (see sdcl § 24-2-17 and sdcl ...
interstate compact
    An agreement between south dakota and other states to provide supervision for inmates and parolees that were sentenced in one state and residing in another state. 13 jireh/safe prevention principl...
juvenile classification
    A system to make decisions about the most appropriate housing, services and interventions for each juvenile based on the juvenile’s risk for continued delinquency and needs. classification is a st...
juvenile community corrections staff
    Employees and contractual employees of the department of corrections responsible for the supervision of offenders, pursuant to sdcl § 26-11a-11. juvenile corrections agents (jcas) and area supervi...
legal file
    The legal file is maintained by central records for each inmate to contain: sentencing documents, criminal history, date calculation worksheets, audit log, presentence investigation (psi), psychos...
lethal force
    The force which is intended to cause death or serious physical injury or which creates some specified degree of risk that a reasonable and prudent person would consider likely to cause death or se...
lethal injection
    The intravenous injection (iv) of a substance or substances in a lethal quantity (see sdcl § 23a-27a-32). 14
level one individuals
    Individuals who enter an adult doc institution more than once a month, have reviewed the south dakota department of corrections volunteer handbook, completed the required information requested wit...
level two individuals
    Individuals who enter an adult doc institution more than once a year but less than once a month who have reviewed the south dakota department of corrections volunteer handbook and completed the re...
living guide
    A document provided to each inmate (inmate living guide) and each juvenile (juvenile offender living guide) upon admission. the living guide explains available services, institutional operations, ...
local reentry task force
    A community based reentry support team providing case management and program referral for offenders served in the second chance act (sca) grant program. the local reentry task forces operate in th...
lsi core
    Programs required and/or recommended as a result of the lsi-r assessment; i.e. thinking for a change, job search assistance program (jsap) and credit where credit is due. lsi-r risk- a level of ri...
mechanical restraints
    Mechanical restraints may be used to prevent an uncontrollable juvenile from injuring him/herself or others. mechanical restraints are handcuffs, legcuffs, restraint belts and tethers made of fabr...
medical diet
    A special diet ordered for temporary or permanent health conditions that restricts types, preparation, and/or amounts of food. examples include restricted calorie, low sodium, low fat, soft, liqui...
medically necessary
    Care which is determined by the health care provider to be all of the following: • consistent with community standards. • ordered by an authorized doc health care provider. • required to prevent s...
minimum custody status
    A custody classification which allows an inmate to be housed in a non-secure facility, allows the inmate to be outside of the facility without mechanical restraints (handcuffs, etc.) and permits t...
mixed system
    Inmates committed to the south dakota doc as a result of a parole violation, suspended sentence violation or non-compliance hearing who receive an additional conviction and sentence to prison, whe...
monitor polygraph
    A polygraph examination that reviews an offender’s sexual behavior or sexual deviancy and is used to assess an offender’s treatment risk level or to verify an offender’s behavior while on supervis...
motivational interviewing
    A direct counseling style for eliciting behavior change by helping inmates to explore and develop ambivalence toward their criminal behavior, which in turn motivates the inmate to address and reso...
ncic iii
    National crime information center (ncic) iii is a computerized criminal history tracking system. the system provides for the decentralized interstate exchange of criminal history record informatio...
new admission
    A state inmate sentenced to the doc on a felony conviction who is not currently serving another active doc sentence. a new admission also includes non-state inmates serving federal time with the d...
new parole system
    Inmates sentenced to the south dakota prison system as a result of an offense committed on or after july 1, 1996. non-compliant sex offender- a sex offender who was recommended for participation i...
old parole system
    Inmates sentenced to the south dakota prison system as a result of an offense committed prior to july 1, 1996. on site supervisor (oss)- a senior ranking staff member for each program at star acad...
parole agent
    An employee of the department of corrections responsible for the direct supervision of parolees (see sdcl § 24-15-14).
parole services
    Parole services includes parole agents, area supervisors and other supervisors within the parole board office.
parole violator
    A parolee transferred to the custody of a doc facility by a parole agent following a violation of the parolee’s supervision agreement.




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