TITLE 59: MENTAL HEALTH
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
PART 299 SEXUALLY VIOLENT PERSONS
SECTION 299.630 RULE VIOLATION
Section 299.630 Rule violation
a) Behavior that jeopardizes the safety of the residents, staff or others, or the security of the Program or unit, or presents significant management difficulties is considered a major rule violation. Behavior that violates this Part or the Program or unit rules, but does not place anyone in jeopardy, compromise the security of the Program or present significant management difficulties, is a minor rule violation. When the classification is unclear, staff has the discretion to determine whether the rule violation is major or minor.
b) A description of behaviors is included as Appendix A.
c) Every resident is presumed to be responsible for any contraband or other property that is prohibited by this Part or by Program and unit rules when such contraband or property is located on his person, within his or her room, or within areas of housing or work assignment that are under his or her control. Areas under a resident's control include, but are not limited to: the door track, window ledge, ventilation unit, plumbing, and the resident's desk, cabinet, shelving, storage area, bed and bedding materials in the housing assignment; and desk, cubicle, work station and locker in the work assignment. If the resident produces evidence that convinces the treatment team that he or she did not commit the offense, the resident shall not be given a behavioral restriction.