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WAC 137-104-040

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Notice and service.

(1) When placed on community custody, offenders shall be provided with written notice of all court and department-imposed conditions and/or requirements.
(2) If an offender is being held in total confinement prior to the hearing for allegedly violating conditions and/or requirements of community custody, the department shall, within three working days of a probable cause determination by the hearings unit, serve the notice of allegations, hearing and rights, and waiver form.
(a) Within three working days of the service of the notice of allegations, hearing and rights, and waiver form, the community corrections officer shall submit to the hearing officer and the offender, a report of alleged violations which shall contain the following: Alleged violations, a summary of facts supporting the allegations, and all other supporting documentary evidence relating to the violations to be introduced at the hearing. The report shall also contain a preliminary recommendation for disposition.
(b) Reports of alleged violations may be submitted electronically.
(3) The factual allegations may be amended and/or new allegations added at any time prior to the hearing, provided, the offender receives written notice of such new and/or amended allegations and all other supporting documentary evidence at least twenty-four hours prior to the hearing. The offender may waive the right to such notice at the hearing.
(4) Offenders who have allegedly violated conditions and/or requirements of community custody, but are not detained, shall be served with the notice of allegations, hearing and rights, and waiver form within thirty days of the community corrections officer becoming aware of the alleged violation behavior.
(a) A report of alleged violations and all other supporting documentary evidence shall be provided to the offender at least seven working days prior to the hearing.
(b) The report of alleged violations shall contain the following: Alleged violations, a summary of facts supporting the allegations, and the evidence relating to the violations to be introduced at the hearing. The report shall also contain a preliminary recommendation for disposition.
(c) Reports may be submitted electronically.
(5) Community corrections officers shall obtain interpretive services for offenders with known language or communication barriers when serving documents, and, if required, for the hearing.
[WSR 01-04-044, ยง 137-104-040, filed 2/1/01, effective 3/1/01.]
Reviser's note: Under RCW 34.05.030 (1)(c), as amended by section 103, chapter 288, Laws of 1988, the above section was not adopted under the Administrative Procedure Act, chapter 34.05 RCW, but was published in the Washington State Register and codified into the Washington Administrative Code exactly as shown by the agency filing with history notes added by the code reviser's office.