TITLE 20: CORRECTIONS, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
SUBCHAPTER e: OPERATIONS
PART 530 AUTHORIZED ABSENCES
SECTION 530.60 FURLOUGHS FOR HOME AND FAMILY VISITATION
Section 530.60 Furloughs for Home and Family Visitation
a) A committed person who is within six months of his parole eligibility or release date may be granted a furlough to make home and family visits. If parole is denied, the committed person shall not be eligible for a furlough until he is within six months of his next hearing date before the Prisoner Review Board.
b) Provisions of Paragraphs (b) and (c) of Section 530.50 shall also apply to home and family furloughs.
c) The home and family furlough shall not exceed three days, excluding travel time.
d) Prior to the furlough, the committed person and his counselor shall establish a written plan outlining a specific schedule and activities during the visit.
e) Committed persons who receive approval for a home and family furlough must designate an escort who shall be required to sign a statement accepting responsibility for the committed person while on furlough. Approval of the escort shall be based upon an interview conducted by a Department employee. No person other than the approved escort will be allowed to pick up the committed person without the approval of the Chief Administrative Officer.