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§ 5302. Conditions of Release and/or Civil Addict Parole. (For a distinction between releasee a...

15 CA ADC § 5302BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 15. Crime Prevention and Corrections
Division 5. Narcotic Addict Evaluation Authority
Chapter 3. Outpatient Supervision
Article 1. Conditions of Release/Parole
15 CCR § 5302
§ 5302. Conditions of Release and/or Civil Addict Parole. (For a distinction between releasee and civil addict parolee, see Section 5000(B), Rules of Construction and Definition).
(a) Definition. The Conditions of Release and/or Civil Addict Parole is a general description of rules and regulations imposed by the Narcotic Addict Evaluation Authority which the outpatient agrees to abide by.
(b) Content. The following conditions of release and/or civil addict parole shall apply to all individuals in outpatient status:
(1) Release. Upon release from the California Rehabilitation Center or branch thereof you are to go directly to the program approved by the Parole and Community Services Division and shall report to your agent of record or other person designated by the Parole and Community Services Division within 24 hours or the next working day if released on the day before a holiday or weekend.
(2) Residence. Only with the prior approval of your agent of record may you change your residence or the county of your residence.
(3) Work. It is necessary for you to maintain gainful employment. Any change of employment, including location, employer or termination of employment, must be reported to, and approved by, your agent of record within 72 hours.
(4) Agent Instructions. You shall comply with all instructions issued by an agent of the Parole and Community Services Division.
(5) Travel. You shall not travel more than 50 miles from your residence, or leave the State of California, without the approval of your agent of record.
(6) Alcoholic Beverages. You shall not use alcoholic beverages to excess.
(7) Narcotics. You shall not possess, use, have access to, or traffic in any narcotic, marijuana or dangerous drugs in violation of the law and you shall not have access or possession of narcotic paraphernalia or scales used to weigh narcotics. In addition, you shall not use or possess prescription medication except as prescribed for you by a licensed physician.
(8) Anti-Narcotic Testing. By reason of your commitment to the Civil Addict Program, you are required by Welfare and Institutions Code Section 3152 to participate in anti-narcotic testing. You shall participate in such program and agree to the instructions of your agent of record regarding your participation therein.
(9) Weapons. You shall not own, have access to, possess, use, sell, or have under your control or on your property:
(A) any type of firearm, instrument, or device which a reasonable person would believe to be capable of being used as a firearm, any ammunition which could be used in a firearm; or any explosive powder or device;
(B) any weapon as defined in state or federal statutes or listed in California Penal Code Section 12020 or any instrument or device which a reasonable person would believe to be capable of being used as a weapon as defined in Penal Code Section 12020; or,
(C) any knife with a blade longer than two inches, any knife which has a locking mechanism, any knife which has a fixed blade or any knife commonly referred to as a hunting knife, except kitchen knives which must be kept in your residence and knives related to your employment which may be used only in connection with your employment and approved by your agent of record;
(D) a cross bow or arrow of any kind.
(10) Associates. You shall avoid association with former inpatients of the California Rehabilitation Center, former inmates of penal institutions, or other narcotic addicts unless specifically approved by your agent of record. You shall not associate with any prison gang, disruptive group, or criminal street gang member, and you shall avoid association with individuals who have been convicted of a crime(s).
(11) Cooperation and Attitude. You are to cooperate with your agent of record at all times.
(12) Criminal and Conduct. You shall obey all municipal, county, state and federal laws, ordinances, and orders. Conduct prohibited by law may result in revocation of your release and/or parole even though no criminal conviction occurs.
(13) You shall not possess or have access to cell phones, pagers or the Internet without prior approval of your agent of record.
(14) Blood Donation. You shall not provide blood for transfusion purposes because of the danger of transmitting disease thereby.
(15) Search. You shall submit to a search of your person, your residence and any property under your control by your agent of record, any agent of the Department of Corrections or law enforcement officer.
(16) You shall not violate any Special Conditions of Release/Parole imposed by the Board.
(17) Special Conditions
Note: Authority cited: Section 3156, Welfare and Institutions Code. Reference: Sections 3151 and 3152, Welfare and Institutions Code.
HISTORY
1. Amendment filed 12-7-82 as an emergency; effective upon filing (Register 83, No. 2). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL within 120 days or emergency language will be repealed on 4-6-83.
2. Editorial correction filed 1-5-83 (Register 83, No. 2).
3. Certificate of Compliance filed 2-3-83 (Register 83, No. 6).
4. Amendment of section heading and section filed 6-29-2000; operative 7-29-2000 (Register 2000, No. 26).
This database is current through 8/3/18 Register 2018, No. 31
15 CCR § 5302, 15 CA ADC § 5302
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