New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Chapter V - Procedures For Implementing Standards Of Inmate Behavior And For Granting Good Behavior Time Allowances
Subchapter B - Procedures For Granting Good Behavior Allowances
Part 261 - Time Allowance Committees
Section 261.1 - Establishment of time allowance committees

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 51, December 21, 2022

(a) There shall be in each correctional facility a committee to be known as the time allowance committee.

(b) Such committee shall consist of at least three members designated by the superintendent. The superintendent shall appoint one of the members as chairman. The members shall be selected from a list of at least eight employees preselected by the superintendent and filed with the deputy commissioner for correctional facilities. The list of names filed by the superintendent shall be deemed approved by the deputy commissioner for correctional facilities unless and until the deputy commissioner for correctional facilities removes an individual from the list in writing.

(c) Each such committee shall have a chairman designated by the superintendent from among the members and the chairman shall be responsible for the proper operation of the committee.

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