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BB.Work Offenses (Schedule A). Offenders must perform their assigned tasks with reasonable speed and efficiency. Though offenders have specific job assignments, it may be required that they do work other than what their job assignments require. This work shall also be done cooperatively and with reasonable speed and efficiency. Being present, but not answering at the proper time at work roll call is a violation. (A school assignment is considered to be a work assignment for the purposes of this Rule.)

CC.Work Offenses, Aggravated (Schedule B). An offender who flatly refuses to work or to go out to work or who asks to go to administrative segregation rather than work is in violation of this Rule, as is an offender who disobeys repeated instructions as to how to perform his work assignment. Hiding out from work or leaving the work area without permission is a violation. Falling far short of fulfilling reasonable work quotas is not permitted. Being absent or late for work roll call without a valid excuse (such as no duty or callout) is a violation, as is not reporting for extra duty assignment. Being late to work or to school assignment is a violation. (A school assignment is considered to be a work assignment for the purposes of this rule.)

DD.Disturbance (Schedule B). No offender shall create or participate in a disturbance. No offender shall incite any other person to create or participate in a disturbance. A disturbance is considered as two or more offenders involving acts of force or violence toward persons or property or acts of resistance to the lawful authority of correctional officers and/or other law enforcement officers under circumstances which present a threat of injury to persons, to property, or to the security and good order of the institution.

EE.General Prohibited Behaviors (Schedule B). The following behaviors, which may impair or threaten the security or stability of the unit or wellbeing of an employee, visitor, guest, offender or their families are prohibited:

1.strong-arming or using threats of violence or perceived harm or reprisal to secure gain or favor for oneself or others;
2.directly or indirectly threatening harm to oneself (except obvious suicide attempts), another offender, an employee, a visitor, a guest or their families;
3.directly or indirectly threatening harm to oneself (except obvious suicide attempts), another offender, an employee, a visitor, a guest or their families;
4.engaging in or making an attempt to engage in a non-professional relationship with an employee, visitor, guest, their families or other person the offender may come in contact with while incarcerated;
5.trafficking in drugs or alcohol, stolen goods or sexual favors;
6.organizing or participating in a scam or similar behavior;
7.making unsolicited contact or attempted contact with the victims of the offender's criminal activity or any immediate family member of the victim;
8.bribing, influencing or coercing anyone to violate institutional policies procedures, rules, or state and federal laws or to attempt to do so;
9.giving an employee anything of any value;
10.harassing behaviors conducted via telephone, correspondence or during activities, etc;
11.the communication of malicious, frivolous, false, and/or inflammatory statements or information, the purpose of which is reasonably intended to harm, embarrass, or intimidate an employee, visitor, guest, offender or their families; (This Rule shall not apply to information and/or statements communicated for the express purpose of obtaining legal assistance.)
12.using telephones, computers and/or office equipment without approval;
13.purchasing or trading for offender legal or other services. Performing legal work for another offender or being in possession of another offender's legal work when not assigned as a counsel substitute or when not approved by the warden. (it is a violation for any offender to give or receive anything of value relative to the provision of paralegal services.) An offender may not perform or be in possession of staff legal work;
14.communicating or visiting with non-incarcerated persons when not approved or communicating or visiting with any person after being given instructions not to communicate or visit with that person;
15.participating in a loud or boisterous argument or dispute even when a fight does not ensue;
16.participating in, organizing or advocating a work stoppage;
17.making or attempting to make credit purchases;
18.abusing the administrative remedy procedure;
19.belonging to a gang, advocating membership in a gang, or participating in any gang related activities, including any form of gang or group identification or signaling;
20.misrepresenting oneself to an employee, visitor, guest or the public;
21.starting or attempting to start a fire and/or attempting to heat substances utilizing electrical/mechanical devices or any other means;
22.failing to cooperate with an investigation;
23.any behavior not specifically enumerated herein that may impair or threaten the security or stability of the unit or well-being of an employee, visitor, guest, offender or their families may still be the subject of a disciplinary report and all Schedule B penalties except for forfeiture of good time.

AUTHORITY NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 15:823, Wolff v. McDonnell, 94 S.Ct. 2963 (1974), Ralph v. Dees, C.A. 71-94, USDC (Md. La.) and Sandin v. Conner, 115 S.Ct. 2293 (1995), Cassels v. Stalder, 342 F. Supp. 2d 555.

HISTORICAL NOTE:Promulgated by the Department of Corrections, Office of Adult Services, LR 27:419 (March 2001), amended by the Department of Public Safety and Corrections, Corrections Services, LR 31:1099 (May 2005), LR 34:2201 (October 2008)

James M. Le Blanc

Secretary

0810#051

RULE

Department of Public Safety and Corrections

Corrections Services

Louisiana Register   Vol. 34, No. 10   October 20, 2008

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