1. Report to supervising agent as directed.
2. At all times keep supervising agent informed of employment, residence, and school plans.
3. Obtain permission from supervising agent before leaving the State of Minnesota.
4. Notify supervising agent by next business day if arrested for any reason or issued a citation.
5. Cooperate and be truthful with supervising agent in all matters regarding probation.
6. Attend school as required by law and perform up to level of ability in all classes.
7. Do not associate with any persons whom the Court or supervising agent forbid.
8. Abstain from possessing or using alcohol or any mood-altering chemicals.
9. Do not purchase or otherwise obtain, or have in possession, any type of firearm or dangerous weapon without expressed permission in writing by supervising agent.
10. Obey all State and Federal laws, city ordinances, and be of good behavior.
Other Conditions that may be ordered include:
Understand that a school notification under Minnesota Statute 260B.171, subd. 3 will be offered if adjudicated delinquent.
Understand a lifetime firearm restriction for a crime of violence Per Minnesota statute 624.713 may apply.
1. Follow all State and Federal criminal laws.
2. Contact your probation officer as directed.
3. Tell your probation officer within 72 hours if you have contact with law enforcement.
4. Tell your probation officer within 72 hours if you are charged with any new crime.
5. Tell your probation officer within 72 hours if you change your address, employment, or telephone number.
6. Cooperate with the search of your person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by your probation officer.
7. Sign releases of information as directed.
8. Give a DNA sample when directed.
9. Do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives. (*Also if prohibited by law)
10. Do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and your civil rights are fully restored. *Depending on type of sentence.
Other Conditions that may be ordered include :
1. Maintain contact with the agent/designee as directed and comply with all agent directives and instructions. Must remain in the state of Minnesota unless granted written approval from the agent/designee, and keep the agent informed of his or her residence and activities
2. Submit to any unannounced visits or searches by the agent/designee of the releasee’s person, residence, possessions, cell phone, vehicle, or premises. Comply with all drug or alcohol testing as directed by the agent/designee.
3. Refrain from purchasing, possessing, accessing, or controlling any type of firearm, ammunition, or dangerous weapon, including replica weapons. Must not be found in the presence of a firearm, including those found in a vehicle where the individual is also present.
4. Remain law abiding and refrain from engaging in any behavior that violates local, state, or federal law. Any credible evidence demonstrating that an individual under supervision has been charged with violation of law is considered grounds to hold the individual in custody unless and until the individual is found not guilty. Individual must inform the agent/designee within 24 hours of any court appearance or contact with law-enforcement.
5. Refrain from engaging in any assault of, abusive, violent, harassing, stalking, or threatening behavior, or other behavior that poses a risk to the public.
6. Refrain from direct or in direct contact with any person deemed to be a victim by the department of corrections, any person listed in a criminal justice agency report as a victim, any one whom a court has determined is in need of protection as demonstrated by a current or previous order for protection, harassment restraining order, or domestic abuse no contact order, without prior documented approval of the agent/designee.
Mandatory Intensive Supervised Release Conditions
Mandatory Challenge Incarceration Program Conditions
Mandatory Conditional Release Program Conditions
Mandatory Conditional Medical Release Condition:
Enter and remain at the medical release placement, participate in all required programs of that placement, and follow recommendations of all health care providers.
Mandatory Conditions for Interstate Compact Releases or Transfers:
Mandatory Condition for Release to a Detainer:
Contact the agent/designee for reporting instructions immediately upon release from the custody of the detainer, or if returning to the United States after being deported, if either occurs before expiration of the Minnesota sentence.
Mandatory Work Release Conditions:
Condition Relating to a History Involving a Motor Vehicle:
Obtain a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, and the documented approval of the agent/designee before purchasing or operating a motor vehicle. Follow the agent’s/designee's directives regarding the vehicle’s use.
Condition Pertaining to Residence Halfway House or Residential Program:
Successfully complete the facility’s program, including aftercare, as directed by the agent/designee
Conditions Relative to an Assaultive History:
Conditions Designed to Prohibit Contact with Certain Individuals:
Substance Use Disorder:
Mental Health / Medical Requirement:
Schedule and attend all appointments with the medical/mental health provider and follow through with any recommendations of that provider.
Cognitive / Behavioral Programming:
Mandatory Conditions for Active Felony DWI Sentences:
Condition Where Individuals Are Being Transported:
Follow all directives of transportation personnel.
Condition for Enhanced Surveillance/Supervision:
Comply with electronic surveillance, with or without alcohol monitoring, as directed by the agent/designee.
Condition Relating to a History of Fiduciary Behaviors:
Obtain approval from the agent/designee before opening or maintaining a checking account, acting in a financial or fiduciary capacity for another person or business, being self-employed, owning a business, or entering into a written or verbal contract.
Conditions for a Sex Offense or Offense with Sexual Characteristics:
Standard Conditions for Special Supervision ProgramsThe mandatory conditions for each special supervision type must be imposed, in conjunction with all other relevant conditions using the guide for assigning conditions of release (see Developing a Release Plan)
(Refer to Policy 201.023 and 203.108A)
(Refer to Policy 204.061)
(Refer to Policy 203.200)
1. Obtain a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance and agent/designee’s written approval before purchasing or operating a motor vehicle. Follow the agent/designee's directives regarding vehicle use.
2. Maintain basic service landline without features at the approved residence.
3. Refrain from possession of a cellular phone without prior written approval of the agent/designee.
4. Maintain and provide verification of employment/education as required by the agent/designee.
5. Comply with electronic surveillance with or without alcohol monitoring as directed by the agent/designee.
6. Comply with chemical dependency programming/aftercare as directed by the agent/designee.
7. Comply all phases of special supervision (ISR, CIP, or CRP), including strict house arrest, modified house arrest, and curfew as directed by agent/designee.
(Refer to Policy 205.120)
1. Transfer to any institution or community corrections facility designated by the commissioner of corrections or designee as a work release facility. Fully participate in and successfully complete the program and obey all the rules and regulations of the facility in which the individual is housed.
2. Obtain a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, and the written approval of the agent/designee before purchasing or operating a motor vehicle. Follow the agent/designee's directives regarding vehicle use.
3. Refrain from borrowing money and/or contract buying without prior written approval of the agent/designee.
4. Turn in money in an amount and manner prescribed by the agent/designee.
5. Spend at least 40 hours a week performing approved work, undertaking constructive activity designed to obtain employment, and/or participate in any programming as directed by agent/designee.
6. Be financially responsible for medical and dental services.
7. Follow the DOC discipline regulations.
8. Not engage in escape behavior, as defined in Policy 303.010.
(Refer to Policy 203.200)
1. Enter and remain at the medical release facility until SRD and participate in all required programs of that facility.
2. Cooperate with all of the directions of physicians, psychiatrists and the interdisciplinary care team regarding prescribed medications, compliance with treatments and personal hygiene.
3. Remain in the unit or campus except for medical, programming, legal or dental appointments as approved by the interdisciplinary care team. Be escorted by medical release facility staff or law enforcement agents when leaving the unit or campus.
4. Have all visitors approved and documented by the agent/designee prior to their visit.