Notice: If you are released from prison, the highest possible sentence upon revocation will be the total sentence less time already served in prison
or jail in connection with the offense.
In accordance with Wisconsin Administrative Code, s. DOC 328.12, you have an opportunity for administrative review of certain types of decisions
through the offender complaint process.
The following rules are governed by administrative code, court ordered conditions, and any goals or objectives set by the Department of Corrections.
Failure to meet these expectations may result in progressive sanctions up to and including revocation
- Avoid all conduct which is in violation of federal or state statute, municipal or county ordinances, tribal law or which is not in the best
interest of the public welfare or your rehabilitation.
- Report all arrests or police contact to your agent within 72 hours.
- Make every effort to accept the opportunities and cooperate with counseling offered during supervision to include addressing the identified case plan
goals. This includes authorizing the exchange of information between the department and any court ordered or agent directed program for purposes of
confirming treatment compliance; and subsequent disclosure to parties deemed necessary by the agent to achieve the purposes of Wisconsin Administrative
Code Chapter DOC 328 and Chapter DOC 331. Refusal to authorize the exchange of information and subsequent disclosure shall be considered a violation
of this rule.
- Inform your agent of your whereabouts and activities as he/she directs.
- Submit a written report monthly and any other such relevant information as directed by DCC staff.
- Make yourself available for searches including but not limited to residence, property, computer, cell phone or other electronic device
under your control.
- Make yourself available for tests and comply with ordered tests by your agent including but not limited to urinalysis, breathalyzer,
DNA collection and blood samples.
- Obtain approval from your agent prior to changing residence or employment. In the case of an emergency, notify your agent of the change within 72 hours.
- Obtain approval and a travel permit from your agent prior to leaving the State of Wisconsin.
- Obtain written approval from your agent prior to purchasing, trading, selling or operating a motor vehicle.
- Obtain approval from your agent prior to borrowing money or purchasing on credit.
- Pay court ordered obligations and monthly supervision fees as directed by your agent per Wisconsin Statutes, and Wisconsin Administrative Code;
and comply with any department and/or vendor procedures regarding payment of fees.
- Obtain permission from your agent prior to purchasing, possessing, owning or carrying a firearm or other weapon, or ammunition, including incapacitating
agents. An offender may not be granted permission to possess a firearm if prohibited under federal or state law.
- Not vote in any federal, state or local election as outlined in Wisconsin Statutes s.6.03(1)(b) if you are a convicted felon, until you have
successfully completed the terms and conditions of your felony sentence and your civil rights have been restored.
- Abide by all rules of any detention or correctional facility in which you may be confined
- Provide true, accurate, and complete information in response to inquiries by DOC staff.
- Report as directed for scheduled and unscheduled appointments.
- Comply with any court ordered conditions and/or any additional rules established by your agent. The additional rules established by your agent
may be modified at any time as appropriate.
Notice: If you are on parole and sentenced for crimes committed on or after June 1, 1984, or have chosen to have the new Good Time Law apply
to your case and you violate these rules, the highest possible parole violator sentence will be the total sentence less time already served
in prison or jail in connection with the offense.
As established by Administrative Rule DOC 328.11, you have an opportunity for administrative review of certain types of decisions through the
offender complaint process.
The following rules are in addition to any court-ordered conditions. Your probation, parole or extended supervision may be revoked if you do not comply
with any of your court-ordered conditions or if you violate any of the following rules.
- You shall have no contact with __________ nor any prior victims of your offenses nor their family members without prior agent approval.
This includes face-to-face, telephone, mail, electronic, third party, or "drive by" contact.
- You shall have no contact with anyone under the age of 18 without prior agent approval and unless accompanied by an adult sober chaperone
approved by your agent. This includes face-to-face, telephone, mail, electronic, third party, or "drive by" contact.
- You shall not establish, pursue, nor maintain any dating and/or romantic and/or sexual relationship without prior agent approval.
- You shall fully cooperate with, participate in, and successfully complete all evaluations, counseling, and treatment as required by your agent,
including but not limited to sex offender programming. "Successful completion" shall be determined by your agent and treatment provider(s).
If sex offender treatment is required, you must attend and account for the details of the behavior committed in your conviction offense(s).
Failure to admit the offense(s) or provide a detailed description will be considered a violation of your supervision and may result in disciplinary
action including the recommendation for revocation of your supervision. Information revealed in treatment concerning your conviction offense(s)
cannot be used against you in criminal proceedings.
- You shall not reside nor "stay" overnight in any place other than a pre-approved residence without prior agent approval.
"Overnight" is defined as the daily period of time between the hours of p.m. and a.m. unless redefined by your agent in advance.
- You shall permit no person to reside nor stay in your designated residence between the hours of p.m. and a.m. without prior agent approval.
- You shall not possess, consume, nor use any controlled substance nor possess any drug paraphernalia without a current prescription from a
physician from whom you are receiving medical treatment. Verification must be provided to your agent as directed.
- You shall not possess nor view any sexually explicit material-visual, auditory, nor computer-generated-without prior agent approval
- You shall seek, obtain, and maintain employment as directed by your agent. You shall obtain agent approval before accepting any offer
of employment and prior to beginning any volunteer work.
- You shall not purchase, own, nor manage any residential rental properties without prior agent approval.
- You shall fully comply with all sex offender registry requirements as applicable and directed by your agent and/or required by statute.
You shall immediately respond to all correspondence from the Sex Offender Registry Program.
- You shall fully comply with Wisconsin Statute 165.76 requiring a biological specimen to be submitted to the State Crime Lab for DNA testing as
applicable and as directed by your agent.
- You shall pay all court ordered financial obligations and treatment co-payments as directed by your agent in accordance with your established payment plan.
- You shall not purchase, possess, nor use a computer, software, hardware, nor modem without prior agent approval.