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§ 30945. Definition and Possession of Contraband.


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Title 9. Rehabilitative and Developmental Services
Division 6. Division of Juvenile Justice
Chapter 8. Safety and Security
Article 4. Contraband
9 CCR § 30945
§ 30945. Definition and Possession of Contraband.
Each superintendent shall define contraband for his facility following the general guidelines that contraband is an item which, if possessed, could by its very nature be injurious to persons or property, would adversely affect program objectives or institutional security, or would require an inordinate amount of staff resources to keep secure or supervise. The definition shall include the legal definition as set forth by Division 10 (commencing with Section 11000) of the Health and Safety Code, Section 1001.5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, and Section 4502 of the Penal Code. To enforce conformity with the rules governing contraband the superintendent shall:
(a) Post a notice which states that all visitors, staff, volunteers, and guests, including their property and vehicles entering the facility, are subject to being searched on either a regular or random basis.
(b) Post a notice which states that any person who knowingly brings in, or assists in bringing into the facility, any restricted dangerous drug, alcoholic beverage, firearm, weapon or explosive, shall be guilty of a felony.
(c) Ensure that notices are printed in both English and Spanish and be located in a conspicuous place at entrance and/or departure points of the institution or camp.
(d) Prohibit the entrance of contraband including weapons, firearms or explosives into the security area unless there is an extreme emergency.
(e) State and publish for youths, visitors, and staff the institution's definition and standards regarding contraband.
(f) Prohibit youths from receiving or possessing materials which fall into the following categories:
(1) Pictures depicting explicit sexual activity.
(2) Pictures and written material whose sale is prohibited to minors or which can be purchased only at an “adult only” bookstore in the community in which the institution is located.
(3) Material which cannot be legally sold and sent through the U.S. mail.
(4) Pictures which show the subject or his genitals in a state of sexual excitement.
(5) Sex oriented objects, devices or appliances.
(g) Restrict or regulate the display of sex-oriented pictures, which are not otherwise prohibited by this article, outside of a youth's locker or individual room.
(h) Permit youths' access to educational material on human sexuality under the direction of the program coordinator.
Note: Authority cited: Section 1712, Welfare and Institutions Code. Reference: Sections 1001.5, 1002, 1004 and 1752, Welfare and Institutions Code; and Section 4502, Penal Code.
1. Change without regulatory effect adopting article 4 (sections 30945-30948) and renumbering title 15, section 4710 to title 9, section 30945 filed 2-13-2020 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2020, No. 7).
This database is current through 6/17/22 Register 2022, No. 24
9 CCR § 30945, 9 CA ADC § 30945
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