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  • Transitional Savings & Court-ordered Financial Obligations - Update
    We want to update you on Senate Bill 844 –Transitional Savings and Court-ordered Financial Obligationsand changes impacting the men and women in our custody. 

    The Department of Corrections (DOC) is authorized to collect a portion of trust account deposits for two important reasons:  
    • Transitional savings account and
    • Court-ordered financial obligations

    Funds subject to collection would include discretionary monetary awards made by DOC to adults-in-custody (AICs) under the Performance Recognition and Award System (PRAS) out of legislatively-appropriated funds, and deposits made on an AIC’s General Spending Trust account. These changes only impact deposits, money already in trust accounts are not subject to collection.
     
    All details can be found on the Transitional Savings and Court-ordered Financial Obligations document.
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