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HCS CSSB 54(FIN): "An Act relating to crime and criminal law; relating to violation of condition of release; relating to sex trafficking; classifying U-47700 as a schedule IA controlled substance; classifying tramadol and related substances as schedule IVA controlled substances; relating to sentencing; relating to imprisonment; relating to parole; relating to probation; relating to driving without a license; establishing a maximum caseload for probation and parole officers; relating to the pretrial services program; relating to the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission; relating to the Alaska Judicial Council; and providing for an effective date."

00                 HOUSE CS FOR CS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 54(FIN)                                                             
01 "An Act relating to crime and criminal law; relating to violation of condition of release;                              
02 relating to sex trafficking; classifying U-47700 as a schedule IA controlled substance;                                 
03 classifying tramadol and related substances as schedule IVA controlled substances;                                      
04 relating to sentencing; relating to imprisonment; relating to parole; relating to                                       
05 probation; relating to driving without a license; establishing a maximum caseload for                                   
06 probation and parole officers; relating to the pretrial services program; relating to the                               
07 Alaska Criminal Justice Commission; relating to the Alaska Judicial Council; and                                        
08 providing for an effective date."                                                                                       
09 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:                                                                
10    * Section 1. AS 11.46.130(a) is amended to read:                                                                   
11            (a)  A person commits the crime of theft in the second degree if the person                                  
12       commits theft as defined in AS 11.46.100 and                                                                      
01                 (1)  the value of the property or services, adjusted for inflation as                                   
02       provided in AS 11.46.982, is $750 [$1,000] or more but less than $25,000;                                     
03                 (2)  the property is a firearm or explosive;                                                            
04                 (3)  the property is taken from the person of another;                                                  
05                 (4)  the property is taken from a vessel and is vessel safety or survival                               
06       equipment;                                                                                                        
07                 (5)  the property is taken from an aircraft and the property is aircraft                                
08       safety or survival equipment;                                                                                     
09                 (6)  the value of the property, adjusted for inflation as provided in                                   
10 AS 11.46.982, is $250 or more but less than $750 [$1,000] and, within the preceding                                 
11 five years, the person has been convicted and sentenced on two or more separate                                         
12       occasions in this or another jurisdiction of                                                                      
13 (A)  an offense under AS 11.46.120, or an offense under                                                                 
14            another law or ordinance with similar elements;                                                              
15 (B)  a crime set out in this subsection or an offense under                                                             
16            another law or ordinance with similar elements;                                                              
17 (C)  an offense under AS 11.46.140(a)(1), or an offense under                                                           
18            another law or ordinance with similar elements; or                                                           
19 (D)  an offense under AS 11.46.220(c)(1) or (c)(2)(A), or an                                                            
20            offense under another law or ordinance with similar elements; or                                             
21                 (7)  the property is an access device.                                                                  
22    * Sec. 2. AS 11.46.140(a) is amended to read:                                                                      
23 (a)  A person commits the crime of theft in the third degree if the person                                              
24       commits theft as defined in AS 11.46.100 and                                                                      
25 (1)  the value of the property or services, adjusted for inflation as                                                   
26       provided in AS 11.46.982, is $250 or more but less than $750 [$1,000]; or                                     
27                 (2)  [REPEALED]                                                                                         
28                 (3)  [REPEALED]                                                                                         
29 (4)  the value of the property is less than $250 and, within the                                                    
30 preceding five years, the person has been convicted and sentenced on three or                                       
31 more separate occasions in this or another jurisdiction of theft or concealment of                                  
01       merchandise, or an offense under another law or ordinance with similar                                        
02       elements.                                                                                                     
03    * Sec. 3. AS 11.46.220(c) is amended to read:                                                                      
04            (c)  Concealment of merchandise is                                                                           
05                 (1)  a class C felony if                                                                                
06                      (A)  the merchandise is a firearm;                                                                 
07                      (B)  the value of the merchandise, adjusted for inflation as                                       
08            provided in AS 11.46.982, is $750 [$1,000] or more; or                                                   
09                      (C)  the value of the merchandise [, ADJUSTED FOR                                                  
10 INFLATION AS PROVIDED IN AS 11.46.982,] is $250 or more but less than                                                   
11 $750 [$1,000] and, within the preceding five years, the person has been                                             
12 convicted and sentenced on two or more separate occasions in this or another                                            
13            jurisdiction of                                                                                              
14 (i)  the offense of concealment of merchandise under                                                                    
15 this paragraph or (2)(A) of this subsection, or an offense under another                                                
16                 law or ordinance with similar elements; or                                                              
17 (ii)  an offense under AS 11.46.120, 11.46.130, or                                                                      
18 11.46.140(a)(1), or an offense under another law or ordinance with                                                      
19                 similar elements;                                                                                       
20                 (2)  a class A misdemeanor if                                                                           
21 (A)  the value of the merchandise, adjusted for inflation as                                                            
22            provided in AS 11.46.982, is $250 or more but less than $750 [$1,000]; or                                
23                      (B)  [REPEALED]                                                                                    
24 (C)  the value of the merchandise is less than $250 and,                                                            
25 within the preceding five years, the person has been convicted and                                                  
26 sentenced on three or more separate occasions of the offense of                                                     
27 concealment of merchandise or theft in any degree, or an offense under                                              
28            another law or ordinance with similar elements;                                                          
29 (3)  a class B misdemeanor if the value of the merchandise, adjusted for                                                
30       inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, is less than $250.                                                         
31    * Sec. 4. AS 11.46.260(b) is amended to read:                                                                      
01            (b)  Removal of identification marks is                                                                      
02                 (1)  a class C felony if the value of the property on which the serial                                  
03       number or identification mark appeared, adjusted for inflation as provided in                                     
04       AS 11.46.982, is $750 [$1,000] or more;                                                                       
05                 (2)  a class A misdemeanor if the value of the property on which the                                    
06       serial number or identification mark appeared, adjusted for inflation as provided in                              
07       AS 11.46.982, is $250 or more but less than $750 [$1,000];                                                    
08                 (3)  a class B misdemeanor if the value of the property on which the                                    
09       serial number or identification mark appeared, adjusted for inflation as provided in                              
10       AS 11.46.982, is less than $250.                                                                                  
11    * Sec. 5. AS 11.46.270(b) is amended to read:                                                                      
12            (b)  Unlawful possession is                                                                                  
13 (1)  a class C felony if the value of the property on which the serial                                                  
14 number or identification mark appeared, adjusted for inflation as provided in                                           
15       AS 11.46.982, is $750 [$1,000] or more;                                                                       
16 (2)  a class A misdemeanor if the value of the property on which the                                                    
17 serial number or identification mark appeared, adjusted for inflation as provided in                                    
18       AS 11.46.982, is $250 or more but less than $750 [$1,000];                                                    
19 (3)  a class B misdemeanor if the value of the property on which the                                                    
20 serial number or identification mark appeared, adjusted for inflation as provided in                                    
21       AS 11.46.982, is less than $250.                                                                                  
22    * Sec. 6. AS 11.46.280(d) is amended to read:                                                                      
23            (d)  Issuing a bad check is                                                                                  
24 (1)  a class B felony if the face amount of the check is $25,000 or more;                                               
25 (2)  a class C felony if the face amount of the check, adjusted for                                                     
26 inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, is $750 [$1,000] or more but less than $25,000;                              
27 (3)  a class A misdemeanor if the face amount of the check, adjusted for                                                
28       inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, is $250 or more but less than $750 [$1,000];                           
29 (4)  a class B misdemeanor if the face amount of the check, adjusted for                                                
30       inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, is less than $250.                                                         
31    * Sec. 7. AS 11.46.285(b) is amended to read:                                                                      
01            (b)  Fraudulent use of an access device is                                                                   
02                 (1)  a class B felony if the value of the property or services obtained is                              
03       $25,000 or more;                                                                                                  
04                 (2)  a class C felony if the value of the property or services obtained,                                
05       adjusted for inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, is $750 [$1,000] or more but less                         
06       than $25,000;                                                                                                     
07                 (3)  a class A misdemeanor if the value of the property or services                                     
08       obtained, adjusted for inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, is less than $750                               
09       [$1,000].                                                                                                         
10    * Sec. 8. AS 11.46.360(a) is amended to read:                                                                      
11 (a)  A person commits the crime of vehicle theft in the first degree if, having                                         
12 no right to do so or any reasonable ground to believe the person has such a right, the                                  
13       person drives, tows away, or takes                                                                                
14 (1)  the car, truck, motorcycle, motor home, bus, aircraft, or watercraft                                               
15       of another;                                                                                                       
16                 (2)  the propelled vehicle of another and                                                               
17 (A)  the vehicle or any other property of another is damaged in a                                                       
18 total amount, adjusted for inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, of $750                                           
19            [$1,000] or more;                                                                                            
20 (B)  the owner incurs reasonable expenses as a result of the loss                                                       
21 of use of the vehicle, in a total amount, adjusted for inflation as provided in                                         
22            AS 11.46.982, of $750 [$1,000] or more; or                                                               
23 (C)  the owner is deprived of the use of the vehicle for seven                                                          
24            days or more;                                                                                                
25 (3)  the propelled vehicle of another and the vehicle is marked as a                                                    
26       police or emergency vehicle; or                                                                                   
27 (4)  the propelled vehicle of another and, within the preceding seven                                                   
28       years, the person was convicted under                                                                             
29                      (A)  this section or AS 11.46.365;                                                                 
30                      (B)  former AS 11.46.482(a)(4) or (5);                                                             
31                      (C)  former AS 11.46.484(a)(2);                                                                    
01                      (D)  AS 11.46.120 - 11.46.140 of an offense involving the theft                                    
02            of a propelled vehicle; or                                                                                   
03                      (E)  a law or ordinance of this or another jurisdiction with                                       
04            elements substantially similar to those of an offense described in (A) - (D) of                              
05            this paragraph.                                                                                              
06    * Sec. 9. AS 11.46.482(a) is amended to read:                                                                      
07            (a)  A person commits the crime of criminal mischief in the third degree if,                                 
08       having no right to do so or any reasonable ground to believe the person has such a                                
09       right,                                                                                                            
10 (1)  with intent to damage property of another, the person damages                                                      
11 property of another in an amount, adjusted for inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982,                                   
12       of  $750 [$1,000] or more;                                                                                    
13 (2)  the person recklessly creates a risk of damage in an amount                                                        
14       exceeding $100,000 to property of another by the use of widely dangerous means; or                                
15                 (3)  the person knowingly                                                                               
16 (A)  defaces, damages, or desecrates a cemetery or the contents                                                         
17 of a cemetery or a tomb, grave, or memorial regardless of whether the tomb,                                             
18 grave, or memorial is in a cemetery or whether the cemetery, tomb, grave, or                                            
19            memorial appears to be abandoned, lost, or neglected;                                                        
20 (B)  removes human remains or associated burial artifacts from                                                          
21 a cemetery, tomb, grave, or memorial regardless of whether the cemetery,                                                
22            tomb, grave, or memorial appears to be abandoned, lost, or neglected.                                        
23    * Sec. 10. AS 11.46.484(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
24 (a)  A person commits the crime of criminal mischief in the fourth degree if,                                           
25 having no right to do so or any reasonable ground to believe the person has such a                                      
26       right,                                                                                                            
27 (1)  with intent to damage property of another, the person damages                                                      
28 property of another in an amount, adjusted for inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982,                                   
29       of $250 or more but less than $750 [$1,000];                                                                  
30 (2)  the person tampers with a fire protection device in a building that is                                             
31       a public place;                                                                                                   
01                 (3)  the person knowingly accesses a computer, computer system,                                         
02       computer program, computer network, or part of a computer system or network;                                      
03 (4)  the person uses a device to descramble an electronic signal that has                                               
04 been scrambled to prevent unauthorized receipt or viewing of the signal unless the                                      
05 device is used only to descramble signals received directly from a satellite or unless                                  
06       the person owned the device before September 18, 1984; or                                                         
07                 (5)  the person knowingly removes, relocates, defaces, alters, obscures,                                
08       shoots at, destroys, or otherwise tampers with an official traffic control device or                              
09       damages the work on a highway under construction.                                                                 
10    * Sec. 11. AS 11.46.530(b) is amended to read:                                                                     
11            (b)  Criminal simulation is                                                                                  
12 (1)  a class C felony if the value of what the object purports to                                                       
13 represent, adjusted for inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, is $750 [$1,000] or                                  
14       more;                                                                                                             
15 (2)  a class A misdemeanor if the value of what the object purports to                                                  
16 represent, adjusted for inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, is $250 or more but less                                 
17       than $750 [$1,000];                                                                                           
18 (3)  a class B misdemeanor if the value of what the object purports to                                                  
19       represent, adjusted for inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, is less than $250.                                 
20    * Sec. 12. AS 11.46.620(d) is amended to read:                                                                     
21            (d)  Misapplication of property is                                                                           
22 (1)  a class C felony if the value of the property misapplied, adjusted                                                 
23       for inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, is $750 [$1,000] or more;                                          
24 (2)  a class A misdemeanor if the value of the property misapplied,                                                     
25       adjusted for inflation as provided in AS 11.46.982, is less than $750 [$1,000].                               
26    * Sec. 13. AS 11.46.730(c) is amended to read:                                                                     
27 (c)  Defrauding creditors is a class A misdemeanor unless that secured party,                                           
28 judgment creditor, or creditor incurs a pecuniary loss, adjusted for inflation as                                       
29 provided in AS 11.46.982, of $750 [$1,000] or more as a result of the defendant's                                   
30       conduct, in which case defrauding secured creditors is                                                            
31                 (1)  a class B felony if the loss is $25,000 or more;                                                   
01                 (2)  a class C felony if the loss, adjusted for inflation as provided in                                
02       AS 11.46.982, is $750 [$1,000] or more but less than $25,000.                                                 
03    * Sec. 14. AS 11.46.982(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
04 (a)  The Alaska Judicial Council shall publish a report on July 1, 2020,                                                
05 calculating the increase in value, if any, of property or services as an element of an                                  
06 offense in this chapter from a base value of $250 and $750 [$1,000], based on a                                     
07 formula provided by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, reflecting                                       
08 the change in the Consumer Price Index for the Anchorage metropolitan area compiled                                     
09       by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States Department of Labor.                                             
10    * Sec. 15. AS 11.46.982(b) is amended to read:                                                                     
11 (b)  The Alaska Judicial Council shall, in calculating the price of property or                                         
12       services as provided in this section,                                                                             
13 (1)  recalculate the base value of property and services of $250 and                                                    
14       $750 [$1,000] every five years; and                                                                           
15 (2)  report the base value of property and services of $250 and $750                                                
16       [$1,000] rounded to the nearest $50 increment.                                                                    
17    * Sec. 16. AS 11.56.757(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
18 (a)  A person commits the crime [OFFENSE] of violation of condition of                                              
19       release if the person                                                                                             
20                 (1)  has been charged with a crime or convicted of a crime;                                             
21                 (2)  has been released under AS 12.30; and                                                              
22 (3)  violates a condition of release imposed by a judicial officer under                                                
23       AS 12.30, other than the requirement to appear as ordered by a judicial officer.                                  
24    * Sec. 17. AS 11.56.757(b) is amended to read:                                                                     
25 (b)  Violation of condition of release is a class B misdemeanor [VIOLATION                                          
26       PUNISHABLE BY A FINE OF UP TO $1,000].                                                                            
27    * Sec. 18. AS 11.66.130(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
28 (a)  A person commits the crime of sex trafficking in the third degree if [,                                            
29       WITH INTENT TO PROMOTE PROSTITUTION,] the person                                                                  
30 (1)  receives compensation for prostitution services rendered by                                                    
31       another; and                                                                                                  
01                 (2)  with the intent to promote prostitution,                                                       
02                      (A)  manages, supervises, controls, or owns, either alone or in                                
03            association with others, a place of prostitution;                                                            
04 (B) [(2)]  as other than a patron of a prostitute, induces or                                                       
05 causes another person who is 20 years of age or older to engage in prostitution;                                        
06 (C) [(3)  AS OTHER THAN A PROSTITUTE RECEIVING                                                                      
07 COMPENSATION FOR PERSONALLY RENDERED PROSTITUTION                                                                       
08 SERVICES,] receives or agrees to receive money or other property under an                                               
09 agreement or understanding that the money or other property is derived from                                             
10            prostitution; or                                                                                             
11 (D) [(4)]  engages in conduct that institutes, aids, or facilitates a                                               
12            prostitution enterprise.                                                                                     
13    * Sec. 19. AS 11.66.135(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
14 (a)  A person commits the crime of sex trafficking in the fourth degree if the                                          
15       person                                                                                                            
16 (1)  receives compensation for prostitution services rendered by                                                    
17       another; and                                                                                                  
18 (2)  engages in conduct that institutes, aids, or facilitates prostitution                                          
19 under circumstances not proscribed under AS 11.66.130(a)(2)(D)                                                      
20       [AS 11.66.130(a)(4)].                                                                                             
21    * Sec. 20. AS 11.66.150 is amended by adding a new paragraph to read:                                              
22 (4)  "compensation" does not include any payment for reasonably                                                         
23       apportioned shared expenses.                                                                                      
24    * Sec. 21. AS 11.71.140(c) is amended to read:                                                                     
25 (c)  Schedule IA includes, unless specifically excepted or unless listed in                                             
26 another schedule, any of the following opiates, including their isomers, esters, ethers,                                
27 salts, and salts of isomers, esters, and ethers, whenever the existence of these isomers,                               
28 esters, ethers, and salts is possible within the specific chemical designation,                                         
29       dextrorphan excepted:                                                                                             
30                 (1)  acetylmethadol;                                                                                    
31                 (2)  allylprodine;                                                                                      
01                 (3)  alphacetylmethadol;                                                                                
02                 (4)  alphameprodine;                                                                                    
03                 (5)  alphamethadol;                                                                                     
04                 (6)  alphaprodine;                                                                                      
05                 (7)  anileridine;                                                                                       
06                 (8)  benzethidine;                                                                                      
07                 (9)  betacetylmethadol;                                                                                 
08                 (10)  betameprodine;                                                                                    
09                 (11)  betamethadol;                                                                                     
10 (12)  betaprodine;                                                                                                      
11 (13)  bezitramide;                                                                                                      
12 (14)  clonitazene;                                                                                                      
13                 (15)  dextromoramide;                                                                                   
14                 (16)  diampromide;                                                                                      
15                 (17)  diethylthiambutene;                                                                               
16                 (18)  difenoxin;                                                                                        
17                 (19)  dihydrocodeine;                                                                                   
18                 (20)  dimenoxadol;                                                                                      
19                 (21)  dimepheptanol;                                                                                    
20                 (22)  dimethylthiambutene;                                                                              
21                 (23)  dioxaphetyl butyrate;                                                                             
22                 (24)  diphenoxylate;                                                                                    
23                 (25)  dipipanone;                                                                                       
24                 (26)  ethylmethythiamutene;                                                                             
25                 (27)  etonitazene;                                                                                      
26                 (28)  etoxeridine;                                                                                      
27                 (29)  fentanyl;                                                                                         
28                 (30)  furethidine;                                                                                      
29                 (31)  hydroxpethidine;                                                                                  
30                 (32)  isomethadone;                                                                                     
31                 (33)  ketobemidone;                                                                                     
01                 (34)  levomethorphan;                                                                                   
02                 (35)  levomoramide;                                                                                     
03                 (36)  levorphanol;                                                                                      
04                 (37)  levophenacylmorphan;                                                                              
05                 (38)  meperidine, also known as pethidine;                                                              
06                 (39)  metazocine;                                                                                       
07                 (40)  methadone;                                                                                        
08                 (41)  methadone-intermediate, 4-cyano-2-dimethylamino-4, 4-diphenyl                                     
09       butane;                                                                                                           
10                 (42)  moramide-intermediate, 2-methyl-3-morpholino-1, 1-diphenyl-                                       
11       propane-carboxylic acid;                                                                                          
12                 (43)  morpheridine;                                                                                     
13                 (44)  noracymethadol;                                                                                   
14                 (45)  norlevorphanol;                                                                                   
15                 (46)  normethadone;                                                                                     
16                 (47)  norpipanone;                                                                                      
17                 (48)  pethidine, also known as merperidine;                                                             
18                 (49)  pethidine-intermediate-A, 4-cyano-1-methyl-4-phenylpiperidine;                                    
19                 (50)  pethidine-intermediate-B, ethyl-4-phenylpiperidine-4-carbox-                                      
20       ylate;                                                                                                            
21                 (51)  pethidine-intermediate-C, 1-methyl-4-phenylpiperidine-4-                                          
22       carboxylic acid;                                                                                                  
23                 (52)  phenadoxone;                                                                                      
24                 (53)  phenampromide;                                                                                    
25                 (54)  phenazocine;                                                                                      
26                 (55)  phenomorphan;                                                                                     
27                 (56)  phenoperidine;                                                                                    
28                 (57)  piminodine;                                                                                       
29                 (58)  piritramide;                                                                                      
30                 (59)  propheptazine;                                                                                    
31                 (60)  properidine;                                                                                      
01                 (61)  propiram;                                                                                         
02                 (62)  racemethorphan;                                                                                   
03                 (63)  racemoramide;                                                                                     
04                 (64)  racemorphan;                                                                                      
05                 (65)  trimeperidine;                                                                                    
06                 (66)  alfentanil;                                                                                       
07                 (67)  alpha-methylfentanyl (N-[1-(alpha-methyl-beta-phenyl)- ethyl-4-                                   
08       piperidyl] propionanilide; 1-(1-methyl-2-phenylethyl)-4(N-propanilido) piperidine);                               
09                 (68)  bulk dextropropoxyphene (non-dosage form);                                                        
10                 (69)  carfentanil;                                                                                      
11                 (70)  sufentanil;                                                                                       
12                 (71)  tilidine;                                                                                         
13 (72)  para-fluorofentanyl (N-(4-fluorophenyl)-N-[1-(2-phenethyl)-4-                                                     
14       piperidinyl] propanamide);                                                                                        
15 (73)  3-methylfentanyl (N-[3-methyl-1-(2-phenylethyl)-4-piperidyl]-N-                                                   
16       phenylpropanamide);                                                                                               
17 (74)  acetyl-alpha-methylfentanyl (N-[1-(1-methyl-2-phenetnyl)-4-                                                       
18       piperidinyl]-N-phenylacetamide);                                                                                  
19 (75)  alpha-methylthiofentanyl (N-[1-methyl-2-(2-thienyl) ethyl-4-                                                      
20       piperidinyl]-N-phenylpropanamide);                                                                                
21 (76)  beta-hydroxyfentanyl (N-[1-(2-hydroxy-2-phenethyl)-4-                                                             
22       piperidinyl]-N-phenylpropan amide);                                                                               
23 (77)  beta-hydroxy-3-methylfentanyl (N-[1-(2-hydroxy-2-phenethyl)-3-                                                    
24       methyl-4-piperidinyl]-N-phenylpropanamide);                                                                       
25 (78)  3-methylthiofentanyl (N-[(3-methyl-l-(2-thienyl)ethyl-4-                                                          
26       piperidinyl]-N-phenylpropanamide);                                                                                
27                 (79)  thiofentanyl (N-phenyl-N-[1-(2-thienyl)ethyl-4-piperidinyl]-                                      
28       propanamide);                                                                                                     
29                 (80)  MPPP (1-methyl-4-phenyl-4-propionoxypiperidine);                                                  
30                 (81)  PEPAP (1-(-2-pheynethyl)-4-phenyl-4-acetoxypiperidine);                                       
31                 (82)         3,4-dichloro-N-[2-(dimethylamino)cyclohexyl]-N-                                        
01       methylbenzamide, also known as U-47700.                                                                       
02    * Sec. 22. AS 11.71.170 is amended by adding a new subsection to read:                                             
03 (g)  Schedule IVA includes, unless specifically excepted or unless listed in                                            
04 another schedule, any material, compound, mixture, or preparation that contains any                                     
05 quantity of the following substance or its salts calculated as the free anhydrous base or                               
06 alkaloid: 2-[(dimethylamino)methyl]-1-(3-methoxyphenyl)cyclohexanol, its salts,                                         
07       optical and geometric isomers, and salts of these isomers, including tramadol.                                    
08    * Sec. 23. AS 12.30.006(b), as amended by sec. 55, ch. 36, SLA 2016, is amended to read:                           
09            (b)  At the first appearance before a judicial officer, a person [WHO IS                                     
10 CHARGED WITH A FELONY, OTHER THAN A CLASS C FELONY AND THE                                                              
11 PERSON HAS BEEN ASSESSED AS LOW RISK UNDER AS 12.30.011(c)(1),]                                                         
12 may be detained up to 48 hours for the prosecuting authority to demonstrate that                                        
13 release of the person under AS 12.30.011 would not reasonably ensure the appearance                                     
14 of the person or will pose a danger to the victim, other persons, or the community, if                              
15       the person has been charged with the following crimes:                                                        
16                 (1)  an unclassified, class A, or class B felony;                                                   
17                 (2)  a class C felony                                                                               
18 (A)  under AS 11.41, AS 11.56.730, AS 28.35.030, or                                                                 
19            28.35.032;                                                                                               
20 (B)  that is a sex offense; in this subparagraph, "sex offense"                                                     
21            has the meaning given in AS 12.63.100; or                                                                
22 (C)  that is a crime involving domestic violence; in this                                                           
23 subparagraph, "crime involving domestic violence" has the meaning given                                             
24            in AS 18.66.990; or                                                                                      
25 (3)  a class C felony, other than a class C felony listed in (2) of this                                            
26 subsection, and the person has been assessed as moderate to high risk under                                         
27       AS 12.30.011(c)(2).                                                                                           
28    * Sec. 24. AS 12.30.011, as repealed and reenacted by sec. 59, ch. 36, SLA 2016, is                                
29 amended by adding a new subsection to read:                                                                             
30 (l)  If the supreme court establishes a schedule of bail amounts or conditions of                                       
31 release for misdemeanor offenses, the schedule must include a condition providing                                       
01 that a correctional facility shall, at the time of release, conduct a chemical test of the                              
02 breath of a person who has been arrested and who is intoxicated and may detain the                                      
03 person until the test result indicates that the person's breath has less than 0.08 grams of                             
04 alcohol for each 210 liters of breath or, with the consent of the person, release the                                   
05       person to another person who is willing and able to provide care for the person.                                  
06    * Sec. 25. AS 12.55.025(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
07 (a)  When imposing a sentence for conviction of a felony offense or a sentence                                          
08 of imprisonment exceeding 90 days or upon a conviction of a violation of AS 04, a                                       
09 regulation adopted under AS 04, or an ordinance adopted in conformity with                                              
10 AS 04.21.010, the court shall prepare, as a part of the record, a sentencing report that                                
11       includes the following:                                                                                           
12 (1)  a verbatim record of the sentencing hearing and any other in-court                                                 
13       sentencing procedures;                                                                                            
14 (2)  findings on material issues of fact and on factual questions required                                              
15       to be determined as a prerequisite to the selection of the sentence imposed;                                      
16 (3)  a clear statement of the terms of the sentence imposed; if a term of                                               
17       imprisonment is imposed, the statement must include                                                               
18 (A)  the approximate minimum term the defendant is expected                                                             
19 to serve before being released or placed on mandatory parole if the defendant                                           
20 is eligible for and does not forfeit good conduct deductions under                                                      
21            AS 33.20.010; and                                                                                            
22 (B)  if applicable, the approximate minimum term of                                                                     
23 imprisonment the defendant must serve before becoming eligible for release on                                           
24            discretionary [OR ADMINISTRATIVE] parole;                                                                    
25 (4)  any recommendations as to the place of confinement or the manner                                                   
26       of treatment; and                                                                                                 
27 (5)  in the case of a conviction for a felony offense, information                                                      
28       assessing                                                                                                         
29 (A)  the financial, emotional, and medical effects of the offense                                                       
30            on the victim;                                                                                               
31                      (B)  the need of the victim for restitution; and                                                   
01                      (C)  any other information required by the court.                                                  
02    * Sec. 26. AS 12.55.115 is amended to read:                                                                        
03 Sec. 12.55.115. Fixing eligibility for discretionary [OR                                                              
04 ADMINISTRATIVE] parole at sentencing. The court may, as part of a sentence of                                         
05 imprisonment, further restrict the eligibility of a prisoner for discretionary [OR                                      
06 ADMINISTRATIVE] parole for a term greater than that required under AS 33.16.090                                     
07       [AS 33.16.089, 33.16.090,] and 33.16.100.                                                                         
08    * Sec. 27. AS 12.55.125(c) is amended to read:                                                                     
09            (c)  Except as provided in (i) of this section, a defendant convicted of a class A                           
10 felony may be sentenced to a definite term of imprisonment of not more than 20 years,                                   
11 and shall be sentenced to a definite term within the following presumptive ranges,                                      
12       subject to adjustment as provided in AS 12.55.155 - 12.55.175:                                                    
13 (1)  if the offense is a first felony conviction and does not involve                                                   
14       circumstances described in (2) of this subsection, three to six years;                                            
15                 (2)  if the offense is a first felony conviction and the defendant                                      
16 (A)  possessed a firearm, used a dangerous instrument, or                                                           
17 caused serious physical injury or death during the commission of the offense,                                           
18            five to nine years; or                                                                                   
19 (B)  knowingly directed the conduct constituting the offense at a                                                   
20 uniformed or otherwise clearly identified peace officer, firefighter, correctional                                      
21 employee, emergency medical technician, paramedic, ambulance attendant, or                                              
22 other emergency responder who was engaged in the performance of official                                                
23            duties at the time of the offense, seven [FIVE] to 11 [NINE] years;                                  
24                 (3)  if the offense is a second felony conviction, eight to 12 years;                                   
25 (4)  if the offense is a third felony conviction and the defendant is not                                               
26       subject to sentencing under (l) of this section, 13 to 20 years.                                                  
27    * Sec. 28. AS 12.55.125(e) is amended to read:                                                                     
28 (e)  Except as provided in (i) of this section, a defendant convicted of a class C                                      
29 felony may be sentenced to a definite term of imprisonment of not more than five                                        
30 years, and shall be sentenced to a definite term within the following presumptive                                       
31       ranges, subject to adjustment as provided in AS 12.55.155 - 12.55.175:                                            
01 (1)  if the offense is a first felony conviction and does not involve                                                   
02 circumstances described in (4) of this subsection, [PROBATION, WITH A                                                   
03 SUSPENDED TERM OF IMPRISONMENT OF] zero to one year [18 MONTHS]; a                                                  
04 defendant sentenced under this paragraph may, if the court finds it appropriate, be                                     
05       granted a suspended imposition of sentence under AS 12.55.085;                                                    
06                 (2)  if the offense is a second felony conviction, one to three years;                                  
07                 (3)  if the offense is a third felony conviction, two to five years;                                    
08                 (4)  if the offense is a first felony conviction, and the defendant violated                            
09                      (A)  AS 08.54.720(a)(15), one to two years;                                                        
10                      (B)  AS 11.41.438, zero to 18 months;                                                          
11 (C)  AS 28.35.030(n)(1)(A) or 28.35.032(p)(1)(A), 120 days to                                                       
12            239 days;                                                                                                    
13 (D) [(C)]  AS 28.35.030(n)(1)(B) or 28.35.032(p)(1)(B), 240                                                         
14            days to 359 days;                                                                                            
15 (E) [(D)]  AS 28.35.030(n)(1)(C) or 23.35.032(p)(1)(C), 360                                                         
16            days to two years.                                                                                           
17    * Sec. 29. AS 12.55.125 is amended by adding a new subsection to read:                                             
18 (q)  Other than for convictions subject to a mandatory 99-year sentence, the                                            
19 court shall impose, in addition to an active term of imprisonment imposed under (i) of                                  
20 this section, a minimum period of (1) suspended imprisonment of five years and a                                        
21 minimum period of probation supervision of 15 years for conviction of an unclassified                                   
22 felony, (2) suspended imprisonment of three years and a minimum period of probation                                     
23 supervision of 10 years for conviction of a class A or class B felony, or (3) suspended                                 
24 imprisonment of two years and a minimum period of probation supervision of five                                         
25 years for conviction of a class C felony. The period of probation is in addition to any                                 
26       sentence received under (i) of this section.                                                                      
27    * Sec. 30. AS 12.55.135(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
28 (a)  A defendant convicted of a class A misdemeanor may be sentenced to a                                               
29       definite term of imprisonment of not more than                                                                    
30                 (1)  one year, if the                                                                                   
31 (A)  conviction is for a crime with a mandatory minimum term                                                            
01            of 30 days or more of active imprisonment;                                                                   
02                      (B)  trier of fact finds the aggravating factor that the conduct                                   
03            constituting the offense was among the most serious conduct included in the                                  
04            definition of the offense;                                                                                   
05 (C)  defendant has previously been convicted two or more                                                            
06 times [PAST CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS] for conduct violative of criminal                                                 
07 laws, punishable as felonies or misdemeanors, similar in nature to the offense                                          
08            for which the defendant is being sentenced;                                                                  
09                      (D)  conviction is for an assault in the fourth degree under                                       
10            AS 11.41.230; or                                                                                             
11                      (E)  conviction is for a violation of                                                              
12                           (i)  AS 11.41.427;                                                                            
13                           (ii)  AS 11.41.440;                                                                           
14 (iii)  AS 11.41.460, if the indecent exposure is before a                                                               
15                 person under 16 years of age; [OR]                                                                      
16                           (iv)  AS 11.61.116(c)(2); or                                                              
17                           (v)  AS 11.61.118(a)(2);                                                                  
18 (2)  60 days, if the defendant has one previous conviction for                                                      
19 conduct violative of criminal laws, punishable as felonies or misdemeanors,                                         
20       similar in nature to the offense for which the defendant is being sentenced;                                  
21                 (3)  30 days.                                                                                       
22    * Sec. 31. AS 12.55.135(b) is amended to read:                                                                     
23 (b)  A defendant convicted of a class B misdemeanor may be sentenced to a                                               
24       definite term of imprisonment of not more than                                                                    
25 (1)  10 days unless otherwise specified in the provision of law defining                                                
26       the offense or in this section;                                                                                   
27                 (2)  90 days if the conviction is for a violation of                                                    
28 (A)  AS 11.61.116(c)(1) and the person is 21 years of age or                                                            
29            older; or                                                                                                    
30 (B)  AS 11.61.120(a)(6) and the person is 21 years of age or                                                            
31            older; or                                                                                                
01                 (3)  five days if the conviction is for a violation of AS 11.56.757.                                
02    * Sec. 32. AS 12.55.135(l) is amended to read:                                                                     
03 (l)  A court sentencing a person convicted of theft in the fourth degree under                                          
04 AS 11.46.150, concealment of merchandise under AS 11.46.220(c)(3), removal of                                           
05 identification marks under AS 11.46.260(b)(3), unlawful possession under                                                
06 AS 11.46.270(b)(3), issuing a bad check under AS 11.46.280(d)(4), or criminal                                           
07       simulation under AS 11.46.530(b)(3) may not impose                                                                
08                 (1)  a sentence of more than 10 [FIVE] days of active [SUSPENDED]                               
09       imprisonment and a term of probation of more than six months if the person has                                    
10 previously been convicted two [OR MORE] times of an offense under AS 11.46.110 -                                        
11 11.46.220, 11.46.260 - 11.46.290, 11.46.360, or 11.46.365, or a law or ordinance of                                 
12       this or another jurisdiction with substantially similar elements; [OR]                                            
13 (2)  a sentence of more than five days of active [OR SUSPENDED]                                                     
14 imprisonment and a term of probation of more than six months if the person has                                      
15 [NOT BEEN PREVIOUSLY CONVICTED, OR HAS] previously been convicted                                                       
16 once [,] of an offense under AS 11.46.110 - 11.46.220, 11.46.260 - 11.46.290,                                           
17 11.46.360, or 11.46.365, or a law or ordinance of this or another jurisdiction with                                 
18       substantially similar elements; or                                                                            
19 (3)  a sentence of more than five days of suspended imprisonment                                                    
20 and a term of probation of more than six months if the person has not been                                          
21 previously convicted of an offense under AS 11.46.110 - 11.46.220, 11.46.260 -                                      
22 11.46.290, 11.46.360, or 11.46.365, or a law or ordinance of this or another                                        
23       jurisdiction with substantially similar elements.                                                             
24    * Sec. 33. AS 12.55.135(p) is amended to read:                                                                     
25            (p)  If the state seeks to establish an aggravating factor at sentencing                                     
26 (1)  under (a)(1)(C) or (a)(2) of this section, written notice must be                                              
27 served on the opposing party and filed with the court not later than 10 days before the                                 
28 date set for imposition of sentence; the aggravating factor in (a)(1)(C) or (a)(2) of this                          
29 section must be established by clear and convincing evidence before the court sitting                                   
30       without a jury; all findings must be set out with specificity;                                                    
31 (2)  an aggravating factor under (a)(1)(B) of this section shall be                                                     
01 presented to a trial jury under procedures set by the court, unless the defendant waives                                
02 trial by jury, stipulates to the existence of the factor, or consents to have the factor                                
03 proven under procedures set out in (1) of this subsection; an aggravating factor                                        
04 presented to a jury is established if proved beyond a reasonable doubt; written notice                                  
05 of the intent to establish an aggravating factor must be served on the defendant and                                    
06       filed with the court                                                                                              
07 (A)  not later than 10 days before trial or at a time specified by                                                      
08            the court;                                                                                                   
09 (B)  not later than 48 hours, or at a time specified by the court,                                                      
10 if the court instructs the jury about the option to return a verdict for a lesser                                       
11            included offense; or                                                                                         
12 (C)  not later than five days before entering a plea that results in                                                    
13 a finding of guilt or at a time specified by the court unless the defendant                                             
14            waives the notice requirement.                                                                               
15    * Sec. 34. AS 12.55.145(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
16            (a)  For purposes of considering prior convictions in imposing sentence under                                
17                 (1)  AS 12.55.125(c), (d), or (e),                                                                      
18 (A)  a prior conviction may not be considered if a period of 10                                                         
19 or more years has elapsed between the date of the defendant's unconditional                                             
20 discharge on the immediately preceding offense and commission of the present                                            
21            offense unless the prior conviction was for an unclassified or class A felony;                               
22 (B)  a conviction in this or another jurisdiction of an offense                                                         
23 having elements similar to those of a felony defined as such under Alaska law                                           
24            at the time the offense was committed is considered a prior felony conviction;                               
25 (C)  two or more convictions arising out of a single, continuous                                                        
26 criminal episode during which there was no substantial change in the nature of                                          
27 the criminal objective are considered a single conviction unless the defendant                                          
28 was sentenced to consecutive sentences for the crimes; offenses committed                                               
29 while attempting to escape or avoid detection or apprehension after the                                                 
30 commission of another offense are not part of the same criminal episode or                                              
31            objective;                                                                                                   
01                 (2)  AS 12.55.125(l),                                                                                   
02                      (A)  a conviction in this or another jurisdiction of an offense                                    
03            having elements similar to those of a most serious felony is considered a prior                              
04            most serious felony conviction;                                                                              
05 (B)  commission of and conviction for offenses relied on as                                                             
06 prior most serious felony offenses must occur in the following order:                                                   
07 conviction for the first offense must occur before commission of the second                                             
08 offense, and conviction for the second offense must occur before commission                                             
09            of the offense for which the defendant is being sentenced;                                                   
10                 (3)  AS 12.55.135(g),                                                                                   
11 (A)  a prior conviction may not be considered if a period of five                                                       
12 or more years has elapsed between the date of the defendant's unconditional                                             
13 discharge on the immediately preceding offense and commission of the present                                            
14            offense unless the prior conviction was for an unclassified or class A felony;                               
15 (B)  a conviction in this or another jurisdiction of an offense                                                         
16 having elements similar to those of a crime against a person or a crime                                                 
17            involving domestic violence is considered a prior conviction;                                                
18 (C)  two or more convictions arising out of a single, continuous                                                        
19 criminal episode during which there was no substantial change in the nature of                                          
20 the criminal objective are considered a single conviction unless the defendant                                          
21 was sentenced to consecutive sentences for the crimes; offenses committed                                               
22 while attempting to escape or avoid detection or apprehension after the                                                 
23 commission of another offense are not part of the same criminal episode or                                              
24            objective;                                                                                                   
25                 (4)  AS 12.55.125(i),                                                                                   
26 (A)  a conviction in this or another jurisdiction of an offense                                                         
27 having elements similar to those of a sexual felony is a prior conviction for a                                         
28            sexual felony;                                                                                               
29 (B)  a felony conviction in another jurisdiction making it a                                                            
30 crime to commit any lewd and lascivious act upon a child under the age of 16                                            
31 years, with the intent of arousing, appealing to, or gratifying the sexual desires                                      
01            of the defendant or the victim is a prior conviction for a sexual felony;                                    
02 (C)  two or more convictions arising out of a single, continuous                                                        
03 criminal episode during which there was no substantial change in the nature of                                          
04 the criminal objective are considered a single conviction unless the defendant                                          
05 was sentenced to consecutive sentences for the crimes; offenses committed                                               
06 while attempting to escape or avoid detection or apprehension after the                                                 
07 commission of another offense are not part of the same criminal episode or                                              
08            objective;                                                                                               
09                 (5)  AS 12.55.135(a),                                                                               
10 (A)  a prior conviction may not be considered if a period of                                                        
11 five or more years has elapsed between the date of the defendant's                                                  
12 unconditional discharge on the immediately preceding offense and                                                    
13 commission of the present offense unless the prior conviction was for an                                            
14            unclassified or class A felony;                                                                          
15 (B)  a conviction in this or another jurisdiction of an offense                                                     
16 having elements similar to those of a felony or misdemeanor defined as                                              
17 such under Alaska law at the time the offense was committed is considered                                           
18            a prior conviction;                                                                                      
19 (C)  two or more convictions arising out of a single,                                                               
20 continuous criminal episode during which there was no substantial change                                            
21 in the nature of the criminal objective are considered a single conviction                                          
22 unless the defendant was sentenced to consecutive sentences for the                                                 
23 crimes; offenses committed while attempting to escape or avoid detection                                            
24 or apprehension after the commission of another offense are not part of                                             
25            the same criminal episode or objective.                                                                  
26    * Sec. 35. AS 12.63.100(6) is amended to read:                                                                     
27                 (6)  "sex offense" means                                                                                
28 (A)  a crime under AS 11.41.100(a)(3), or a similar law of                                                              
29 another jurisdiction, in which the person committed or attempted to commit a                                            
30 sexual offense, or a similar offense under the laws of the other jurisdiction; in                                       
31 this subparagraph, "sexual offense" has the meaning given in                                                            
01            AS 11.41.100(a)(3);                                                                                          
02                      (B)  a crime under AS 11.41.110(a)(3), or a similar law of                                         
03            another jurisdiction, in which the person committed or attempted to commit                                   
04            one of the following crimes, or a similar law of another jurisdiction:                                       
05                           (i)  sexual assault in the first degree;                                                      
06                           (ii)  sexual assault in the second degree;                                                    
07                           (iii)  sexual abuse of a minor in the first degree; or                                        
08                           (iv)  sexual abuse of a minor in the second degree; or                                        
09                      (C)  a crime, or an attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit                                 
10            a crime, under the following statutes or a similar law of another jurisdiction:                              
11                           (i)  AS 11.41.410 - 11.41.438;                                                                
12                           (ii)  AS 11.41.440(a)(2);                                                                     
13                           (iii)  AS 11.41.450 - 11.41.458;                                                              
14 (iv)  AS 11.41.460 if the indecent exposure is before a                                                                 
15 person under 16 years of age and the offender has a previous conviction                                                 
16                 for that offense;                                                                                       
17                           (v)  AS 11.61.125 - 11.61.128;                                                                
18 (vi)  AS 11.66.110 or 11.66.130(a)(2)(B)                                                                            
19 [11.66.130(a)(2)] if the person who was induced or caused to engage in                                                  
20                 prostitution was under 20 years of age at the time of the offense;                                      
21 (vii)  former AS 11.15.120, former 11.15.134, or assault                                                                
22 with the intent to commit rape under former AS 11.15.160, former                                                        
23                 AS 11.40.110, or former 11.40.200;                                                                      
24 (viii)  AS 11.61.118(a)(2) if the offender has a previous                                                               
25                 conviction for that offense; or                                                                         
26 (ix)  AS 11.66.100(a)(2) if the offender is subject to                                                                  
27                 punishment under AS 11.66.100(e);                                                                     
28    * Sec. 36. AS 18.67.101 is amended to read:                                                                        
29 Sec. 18.67.101. Incidents and offenses to which this chapter applies. The                                             
30 board may order the payment of compensation in accordance with the provisions of                                        
31       this chapter for personal injury or death that resulted from                                                      
01                 (1)  an attempt on the part of the applicant to prevent the commission of                               
02       crime, or to apprehend a suspected criminal, or aiding or attempting to aid a police                              
03       officer to do so, or aiding a victim of crime; or                                                                 
04                 (2)  the commission or attempt on the part of one other than the                                        
05       applicant to commit any of the following offenses:                                                                
06                      (A)  murder in any degree;                                                                         
07                      (B)  manslaughter;                                                                                 
08                      (C)  criminally negligent homicide;                                                                
09                      (D)  assault in any degree;                                                                        
10                      (E)  kidnapping;                                                                                   
11                      (F)  sexual assault in any degree;                                                                 
12                      (G)  sexual abuse of a minor;                                                                      
13                      (H)  robbery in any degree;                                                                        
14                      (I)  threats to do bodily harm;                                                                    
15 (J)  driving while under the influence of an alcoholic beverage,                                                        
16 inhalant, or controlled substance or another crime resulting from the operation                                         
17 of a motor vehicle, boat, or airplane when the offender is under the influence                                          
18            of an alcoholic beverage, inhalant, or controlled substance;                                                 
19                      (K)  arson in the first degree;                                                                    
20 (L)  sex trafficking in violation of AS 11.66.110 or                                                                    
21            11.66.130(a)(2)(B) [11.66.130(a)(2)];                                                                    
22                      (M)  human trafficking in any degree; or                                                           
23                      (N)  unlawful exploitation of a minor.                                                             
24    * Sec. 37. AS 22.20 is amended by adding a new section to article 4 to read:                                       
25 Sec. 22.20.220. Prison inmate characteristics information. (a) The judicial                                           
26 council shall design and implement a project for the purposes of studying risk factors                                  
27 related to criminal activity, informing the legislature's policy and funding decisions                                  
28 related to primary crime prevention, and improving primary crime prevention                                             
29 strategies in the state. Under the project, the Department of Corrections shall transmit                                
30 information about offenders sentenced to serve terms of incarceration of 30 days or                                     
31 more, and the judicial council shall analyze the information and provide to the                                         
01 legislature the judicial council's conclusions and recommendations in the report                                        
02 required under (b) of this section. The judicial council shall, in consultation with the                                
03 Justice Center at the University of Alaska, the Department of Corrections, and other                                    
04 relevant entities or state agencies, create a list of the types of information and inmate                               
05 characteristics the Department of Corrections shall collect for the project and may                                     
06 revise the list when necessary to meet project goals. The information may include data                                  
07 relating to adverse childhood experiences, mental health and substance abuse history,                                   
08 education, income, and employment of inmates. The Department of Corrections shall                                       
09 adopt policies establishing procedures for collecting the information identified in the                                 
10 list required under this subsection and providing the information to the judicial                                       
11 council. The procedures may provide for the collection of the information as part of                                    
12 the risk assessment program established under AS 33.30.011(a)(7). Requirements for                                      
13 collection of information under this subsection terminate on July 1, 2024. In this                                      
14 subsection, "primary crime prevention" means intervention programs and strategies                                       
15 designed to reduce crime risk factors among the general population and prevent crime                                    
16       from happening.                                                                                                   
17 (b)  The judicial council shall prepare an annual report summarizing the                                                
18       information collected and analyzed under (a) of this section. The judicial council shall                          
19 (1)  provide a summary in the form of tables, charts, graphs, or other                                                  
20       formats that are easily understood;                                                                               
21 (2)  include a review of the data and the judicial council's                                                            
22       interpretations, findings, and conclusions related to the information collected;                                  
23 (3)  describe any changes in the types of information collected during                                                  
24       the preceding fiscal year;                                                                                        
25 (4)  make the report required under this subsection available to the                                                    
26 public; the judicial council may not publish or present individually identifiable                                       
27       information relating to an inmate;                                                                                
28 (5)  include, when possible, information from the previous fiscal year,                                                 
29       comparisons to previous fiscal years, and cumulative information;                                                 
30 (6)  not later than February 14 of each year, submit the report to the                                                  
31 senate secretary and the chief clerk of the house of representatives and notify the                                     
01       legislature that the report is available; and                                                                     
02                 (7)  present the summary and analysis to the legislature within 10 days                                 
03       after the convening of the next regular session of the legislature following the                                  
04       submission of the report.                                                                                         
05    * Sec. 38. AS 28.15.011 is amended by adding a new subsection to read:                                             
06            (d)  Violation of (b) of this section is an infraction.                                                      
07    * Sec. 39. AS 33.05.020(h) is amended to read:                                                                     
08            (h)  The commissioner shall establish by regulation a program allowing                                       
09       probationers to earn credits for complying with the conditions of probation. The                                  
10 credits earned reduce the period of probation. Nothing in this subsection prohibits the                                 
11 department from recommending to the court the early discharge of the probationer as                                     
12       provided in AS 33.30. At a minimum, the regulations must                                                          
13 (1)  require that a probationer earn a credit of 30 days for each 30-day                                                
14       period served in which the defendant complied with the conditions of probation;                                   
15                 (2)  include policies and procedures for                                                                
16                      (A)  calculating and tracking credits earned by probationers;                                      
17 (B)  reducing the probationer's period of probation based on                                                            
18            credits earned by the probationer; and                                                                       
19                      (C)  notifying a victim under AS 33.30.013;                                                    
20 (3)  require that a probationer convicted of a sex offense as defined                                               
21 in AS 12.63.100 or a crime involving domestic violence as defined in AS 18.66.990                                   
22 complete all treatment programs required as a condition of probation before                                         
23       discharge based on credits earned under this subsection.                                                      
24    * Sec. 40. AS 33.05.040 is amended by adding a new subsection to read:                                             
25 (b)  The caseload of a probation officer supervising probationers or the                                                
26 combined caseload of a probation officer or parole officer supervising probationers                                     
27 and persons on parole as provided for in (a)(5) of this section may not exceed an                                       
28 average of 75 persons, except in temporary or extraordinary circumstances approved                                      
29       by the commissioner.                                                                                              
30    * Sec. 41. AS 33.07.010, enacted by sec. 117, ch. 36, SLA 2016, is amended to read:                                
31 Sec. 33.07.010. Pretrial services program; establishment. The commissioner                                            
01 shall establish and administer a pretrial services program that provides a pretrial risk                                
02 assessment for all defendants detained in custody in a correctional facility                                        
03 following arrest and for any defendant for whom the prosecution requests to                                         
04 have a pretrial risk assessment at the next hearing or arraignment. The pretrial                                    
05 services program shall make [,] recommendations to the court concerning pretrial                                    
06 release decisions, and provide supervision of defendants released while awaiting trial                              
07       as ordered by the court.                                                                                          
08    * Sec. 42. AS 33.16.010(c) is amended to read:                                                                     
09 (c)  A prisoner who is not eligible for special medical [, ADMINISTRATIVE,]                                             
10 or discretionary parole, or who is not released on special medical [,                                                   
11 ADMINISTRATIVE,] or discretionary parole, shall be released on mandatory parole                                         
12 for the term of good time deductions credited under AS 33.20, if the term or terms of                                   
13       imprisonment are two years or more.                                                                               
14    * Sec. 43. AS 33.16.010(d) is amended to read:                                                                     
15 (d)  A prisoner released on special medical, [ADMINISTRATIVE,]                                                          
16 discretionary, or mandatory parole is subject to the conditions of parole imposed under                                 
17       AS 33.16.150. Parole may be revoked under AS 33.16.220.                                                           
18    * Sec. 44. AS 33.16.060(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
19            (a)  The board shall                                                                                         
20                 (1)  serve as the parole authority for the state;                                                       
21 (2)  consider the suitability for parole of a prisoner who is eligible for                                              
22 discretionary parole at least 90 days before the prisoner's first date of eligibility and                               
23       upon receipt of the prisoner's application for special medical parole;                                            
24 (3)  impose parole conditions on all prisoners released under special                                                   
25       medical, [ADMINISTRATIVE,] discretionary, or mandatory parole;                                                    
26 (4)  under AS 33.16.210, discharge a person from parole when custody                                                    
27       is no longer required;                                                                                            
28                 (5)  maintain records of the meetings and proceedings of the board;                                     
29 (6)  recommend to the governor and the legislature changes in the law                                                   
30       administered by the board;                                                                                        
31 (7)  recommend to the governor or the commissioner changes in the                                                       
01       practices of the department and of other departments of the executive branch                                      
02       necessary to facilitate the purposes and practices of parole;                                                     
03                 (8)  upon request of the governor, review and recommend applicants                                      
04       for executive clemency; and                                                                                       
05                 (9)  execute other responsibilities prescribed by law.                                                  
06    * Sec. 45. AS 33.16.090(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
07 (a)  A prisoner sentenced to an active term of imprisonment of at least 181                                             
08 days [AND WHO HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED ON ADMINISTRATIVE PAROLE                                                            
09 AS PROVIDED IN AS 33.16.089] may, in the discretion of the board, be released on                                        
10       discretionary parole if the prisoner                                                                              
11 (1)  has served the amount of time specified under (b) of this section,                                                 
12       except that                                                                                                       
13 (A)  a prisoner sentenced to one or more mandatory 99-year                                                              
14 terms under AS 12.55.125(a) or one or more definite terms under                                                         
15            AS 12.55.125(l) is not eligible for consideration for discretionary parole;                                  
16 (B)  a prisoner is not eligible for consideration of discretionary                                                      
17            parole if made ineligible by order of a court under AS 12.55.115;                                            
18 (C)  a prisoner imprisoned under AS 12.55.086 is not eligible                                                           
19 for discretionary parole unless the actual term of imprisonment is more than                                            
20            one year; or                                                                                                 
21 (2)  is at least 60 years of age, has served at least 10 years of a sentence                                            
22 for one or more crimes in a single judgment, and has not been convicted of an                                           
23       unclassified felony or a sexual felony as defined in AS 12.55.185.                                                
24    * Sec. 46. AS 33.16.100(f) is amended to read:                                                                     
25 (f)  The board shall authorize the release of a prisoner who has been convicted                                         
26 of a class A, class B, or class C felony, or a misdemeanor, who is eligible for parole                                  
27 under AS 12.55.115 and AS 33.16.090, has met the requirement of a case plan created                                     
28 under AS 33.30.011(a)(8), and has agreed to and signed the condition of parole under                                
29 AS 33.16.150, [AND HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED ON ADMINISTRATIVE                                                              
30 PAROLE UNDER AS 33.16.089,] unless the board finds by clear and convincing                                              
31 evidence on the record that the prisoner poses a threat of harm to the public if released                               
01 on parole. If the board finds that the incomplete case plan is not the fault of the                                     
02 prisoner or that the prisoner would not pose a threat of harm to the public if released                                 
03       on parole, the board may waive the case plan requirement.                                                         
04    * Sec. 47. AS 33.16.120(f) is amended to read:                                                                     
05 (f)  Upon request of the victim, if a prisoner is released under AS 33.16.010(c)                                        
06 [, 33.16.089,] or 33.16.090, the board shall make every reasonable effort to notify the                                 
07 victim before the prisoner's release date. Notification under this subsection must                                      
08 include the expected date of the prisoner's release, the geographic area in which the                                   
09 prisoner is required to reside, and other pertinent information concerning the prisoner's                               
10       conditions of parole that may affect the victim.                                                                  
11    * Sec. 48. AS 33.16.130(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
12 (a)  The parole board shall hold a hearing before granting an eligible prisoner                                         
13 special medical or discretionary parole. [THE BOARD SHALL ALSO HOLD A                                                   
14 HEARING IF REQUESTED BY A VICTIM UNDER PROCEDURES                                                                       
15 ESTABLISHED FOR THE REQUEST FOR A PRISONER ELIGIBLE FOR                                                                 
16 ADMINISTRATIVE PAROLE.] A hearing shall be conducted within the following                                               
17       time frames:                                                                                                      
18 (1)  for prisoners eligible under AS 33.16.100(a) or (f), not less than 90                                              
19 days before the first parole eligibility date [, UNLESS THE PRISONER IS ELIGIBLE                                        
20       FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PAROLE];                                                                                       
21 (2)  for all other prisoners, not less than 30 days after the board is                                                  
22       notified of the need for a hearing by the commissioner or the commissioner's designee.                            
23    * Sec. 49. AS 33.16.130(c) is amended to read:                                                                     
24 (c)  If the board denies parole, the board shall state the reasons for the denial,                                      
25 identify all of the factors considered relevant to the denial, and provide a written plan                               
26 for addressing all of the factors relevant to the denial. The board may schedule a                                      
27       subsequent parole hearing at the time of the denial or at a later date [AS FOLLOWS:                               
28 (1)  FOR THE FIRST PAROLE DENIAL, WITHIN TWO YEARS                                                                      
29       AFTER THE FIRST PAROLE ELIGIBILITY DATE;                                                                          
30 (2)  FOR THE SECOND AND SUBSEQUENT DENIALS, WITHIN                                                                      
31       TWO YEARS AFTER THE MOST RECENT PAROLE HEARING].                                                                  
01    * Sec. 50. AS 33.16.140 is amended to read:                                                                        
02 Sec. 33.16.140. Order for parole. An order for parole issued by the board,                                            
03 setting out the conditions imposed under AS 33.16.150(a) and (b) and the date parole                                    
04 custody ends, shall be furnished to each prisoner released on special medical,                                          
05       [ADMINISTRATIVE,] discretionary, or mandatory parole.                                                             
06    * Sec. 51. AS 33.16.150(a) is amended to read:                                                                     
07            (a)  As a condition of parole, a prisoner released on special medical,                                       
08       [ADMINISTRATIVE,] discretionary, or mandatory parole                                                              
09                 (1)  shall obey all state, federal, or local laws or ordinances, and any                                
10       court orders applicable to the parolee;                                                                           
11 (2)  shall make diligent efforts to maintain steady employment or meet                                                  
12       family obligations;                                                                                               
13 (3)  shall, if involved in education, counseling, training, or treatment,                                               
14 continue in the program unless granted permission from the parole officer assigned to                                   
15       the parolee to discontinue the program;                                                                           
16                 (4)  shall report                                                                                       
17                      (A)  upon release to the parole officer assigned to the parolee;                                   
18 (B)  at other times, and in the manner, prescribed by the board                                                         
19 or the parole officer assigned to the parolee that accommodate the diligent                                             
20 efforts of the parolee to secure and maintain steady employment or to                                                   
21            participate in educational courses or training programs;                                                     
22 (5)  shall reside at a stated place and not change that residence without                                               
23       notifying, and receiving permission from, the parole officer assigned to the parolee;                             
24 (6)  shall remain within stated geographic limits unless written                                                        
25       permission to depart from the stated limits is granted the parolee;                                               
26 (7)  may not use, possess, handle, purchase, give, distribute, or                                                       
27 administer a controlled substance as defined in AS 11.71.900 or under federal law or a                                  
28 drug for which a prescription is required under state or federal law without a                                          
29       prescription from a licensed medical professional to the parolee;                                                 
30 (8)  may not possess or control a firearm; in this paragraph, "firearm"                                                 
31       has the meaning given in AS 11.81.900;                                                                            
01                 (9)  may not enter into an agreement or other arrangement with a law                                    
02       enforcement agency or officer that will place the parolee in the position of violating a                          
03       law or parole condition without the prior approval of the board;                                                  
04                 (10)  may not contact or correspond with anyone confined in a                                           
05       correctional facility of any type serving any term of imprisonment or a felon without                             
06       the permission of the parole officer assigned to a parolee;                                                       
07                 (11)  shall agree to waive extradition from any state or territory of the                               
08       United States and to not contest efforts to return the parolee to the state;                                      
09                 (12)  shall provide a blood sample, an oral sample, or both, when                                       
10 requested by a health care professional acting on behalf of the state to provide the                                    
11 sample or samples, or an oral sample when requested by a juvenile or adult                                              
12 correctional, probation, or parole officer, or a peace officer, if the prisoner is being                                
13 released after a conviction of an offense requiring the state to collect the sample or                                  
14 samples for the deoxyribonucleic acid identification registration, per state editorial                                  
15       review of AS 33 system under AS 41.41.035;                                                                        
16 (13)  from a conviction for a sex offense shall submit to regular                                                       
17 periodic polygraph examinations; in this paragraph, "sex offense" has the meaning                                       
18       given in AS 12.63.100.                                                                                            
19    * Sec. 52. AS 33.16.150(b) is amended to read:                                                                     
20 (b)  The board may require as a condition of special medical,                                                           
21 [ADMINISTRATIVE,] discretionary, or mandatory parole, or a member of the board                                          
22 acting for the board under (e) of this section may require as a condition of                                            
23       [ADMINISTRATIVE OR] mandatory parole, that a prisoner released on parole                                          
24 (1)  not possess or control a defensive weapon, a deadly weapon other                                                   
25 than an ordinary pocket knife with a blade three inches or less in length, or                                           
26 ammunition for a firearm, or reside in a residence where there is a firearm capable of                                  
27 being concealed on one's person or a prohibited weapon; in this paragraph, "deadly                                      
28 weapon," "defensive weapon," and "firearm" have the meanings given in                                                   
29       AS 11.81.900, and "prohibited weapon" has the meaning given in AS 11.61.200;                                      
30                 (2)  refrain from possessing or consuming alcoholic beverages;                                          
31 (3)  submit to reasonable searches and seizures by a parole officer, or a                                               
01       peace officer acting under the direction of a parole officer;                                                     
02                 (4)  submit to appropriate medical, mental health, or controlled                                        
03       substance or alcohol examination, treatment, or counseling;                                                       
04                 (5)  submit to periodic examinations designed to detect the use of                                      
05       alcohol or controlled substances; the periodic examinations may include testing under                             
06       the program established under AS 33.16.060(c);                                                                    
07                 (6)  make restitution ordered by the court according to a schedule                                      
08       established by the board;                                                                                         
09                 (7)  refrain from opening, maintaining, or using a checking account or                                  
10       charge account;                                                                                                   
11 (8)  refrain from entering into a contract other than a prenuptial contract                                             
12       or a marriage contract;                                                                                           
13                 (9)  refrain from operating a motor vehicle;                                                            
14 (10)  refrain from entering an establishment where alcoholic beverages                                                  
15       are served, sold, or otherwise dispensed;                                                                         
16 (11)  refrain from participating in any other activity or conduct                                                       
17 reasonably related to the parolee's offense, prior record, behavior or prior behavior,                                  
18 current circumstances, or perceived risk to the community, or from associating with                                     
19 any other person that the board determines is reasonably likely to diminish the                                         
20 rehabilitative goals of parole, or that may endanger the public; in the case of special                                 
21 medical parole, for a prisoner diagnosed with a communicable disease, comply with                                       
22       conditions set by the board designed to prevent the transmission of the disease;                                  
23 (12)  refrain from traveling in the state to make diligent efforts to                                                   
24 secure or maintain steady employment or to participate in educational courses or                                        
25       training programs only if the travel violates other conditions of parole.                                         
26    * Sec. 53. AS 33.16.150(e) is amended to read:                                                                     
27 (e)  The board may designate a member of the board to act on behalf of the                                              
28 board in imposing conditions of [ADMINISTRATIVE OR] mandatory parole under                                              
29 (a) and (b) of this section, in delegating imposition of conditions of                                                  
30 [ADMINISTRATIVE OR] mandatory parole under (c) of this section, and in setting                                          
31 the period of compliance with the conditions of [ADMINISTRATIVE OR] mandatory                                           
01 parole under (d) of this section. The decision of a member of the board under this                                      
02 section is the decision of the board. A prisoner or parolee aggrieved by a decision of a                                
03 member of the board acting for the board under this subsection may apply to the board                                   
04 under AS 33.16.160 for a change in the conditions of [ADMINISTRATIVE OR]                                                
05       mandatory parole.                                                                                                 
06    * Sec. 54. AS 33.16.150(f) is amended to read:                                                                     
07 (f)  In addition to other conditions of parole imposed under this section, the                                          
08 board may impose as a condition of special medical, [ADMINISTRATIVE,]                                                   
09 discretionary, or mandatory parole for a prisoner serving a term for a crime involving                                  
10 domestic violence (1) any of the terms of protective orders under AS 18.66.100(c)(1) -                                  
11 (7); (2) a requirement that, at the prisoner's expense, the prisoner participate in and                                 
12 complete, to the satisfaction of the board, a program for the rehabilitation of                                         
13 perpetrators of domestic violence that meets the standards set by, and that is approved                                 
14 by, the department under AS 44.28.020(b); and (3) any other condition necessary to                                      
15 rehabilitate the prisoner. The board shall establish procedures for the exchange of                                     
16 information concerning the parolee with the victim and for responding to reports of                                     
17 nonattendance or noncompliance by the parolee with conditions imposed under this                                        
18 subsection. The board may not under this subsection require a prisoner to participate                                   
19 in and complete a program for the rehabilitation of perpetrators of domestic violence                                   
20 unless the program meets the standards set by, and is approved by, the department                                       
21       under AS 44.28.020(b).                                                                                            
22    * Sec. 55. AS 33.16.150(g) is amended to read:                                                                     
23 (g)  In addition to other conditions of parole imposed under this section for a                                         
24 prisoner serving a sentence for an offense where the aggravating factor provided in                                     
25 AS 12.55.155(c)(29) has been proven or admitted, the board shall impose as a                                            
26 condition of special medical, [ADMINISTRATIVE,] discretionary, and mandatory                                            
27 parole a requirement that the prisoner submit to electronic monitoring. Electronic                                      
28 monitoring under this subsection must comply with AS 33.30.011(a)(10) and provide                                       
29 for monitoring of the prisoner's location and movements by Global Positioning System                                    
30 technology. The board shall require a prisoner serving a period of parole with                                          
31 electronic monitoring as provided under this subsection to pay all or a portion of the                                  
01 costs of the electronic monitoring, but only if the prisoner has sufficient financial                                   
02 resources to pay the costs or a portion of the costs. A prisoner subject to electronic                                  
03 monitoring under this subsection is not entitled to a credit for time served in a                                       
04 correctional facility while the defendant is on parole. In this subsection, "correctional                               
05       facility" has the meaning given in AS 33.30.901.                                                                  
06    * Sec. 56. AS 33.16.150(h) is amended to read:                                                                     
07 (h)  In addition to other conditions of parole imposed under this section, for a                                        
08 prisoner serving a sentence for an offense involving the use of alcohol or controlled                                   
09 substances, the board may impose, as a condition of special medical,                                                    
10 [ADMINISTRATIVE,] discretionary, or mandatory parole, a requirement that the                                            
11 prisoner comply with a program established under AS 33.16.060(c) or AS 47.38.020.                                       
12 The board may require a prisoner serving a period of parole and complying with a                                        
13 program established under AS 33.16.060(c) or AS 47.38.020 to pay all or a portion of                                    
14       the costs associated with the program.                                                                            
15    * Sec. 57. AS 33.16.180 is amended to read:                                                                        
16            Sec. 33.16.180. Duties of the commissioner. The commissioner shall                                         
17 (1)  conduct investigations of prisoners eligible for                                                                   
18 [ADMINISTRATIVE OR] discretionary parole, as requested by the board and as                                              
19       provided in this section;                                                                                         
20                 (2)  supervise the conduct of parolees;                                                                 
21                 (3)  appoint and assign parole officers and personnel;                                                  
22 (4)  [PROVIDE THE BOARD, WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER                                                                           
23 SENTENCING, INFORMATION ON A SENTENCED PRISONER WHO MAY BE                                                              
24 ELIGIBLE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PAROLE UNDER AS 33.16.089 OR                                                                
25       DISCRETIONARY PAROLE UNDER AS 33.16.090;                                                                          
26 (5)]  notify the board and provide information on a prisoner 120 days                                                   
27 before the prisoner's mandatory release date, if the prisoner is to be released on                                      
28       mandatory parole;                                                                                                 
29 (5) [(6)]  maintain records, files, and accounts as requested by the                                                
30       board;                                                                                                            
31                 (6) [(7)]  prepare preparole reports under AS 33.16.110(a);                                         
01 (7) [(8)]  notify the board in writing of a prisoner's compliance or                                                
02 noncompliance with the prisoner's case plan created under AS 33.30.011(8) not less                                      
03 than 30 days before the prisoner's next parole eligibility date or the prisoner's parole                                
04       hearing date, whichever is earlier;                                                                               
05 (8) [(9)]  establish an administrative sanction and incentive program to                                            
06 facilitate a swift and certain response to a parolee's compliance with or violation of the                              
07 conditions of parole and shall adopt regulations to implement the program; at a                                         
08       minimum, the regulations must include                                                                             
09 (A)  a decision-making process to guide parole officers in                                                              
10 determining the suitable response to positive and negative offender behavior                                            
11 that includes a list of sanctions for the most common types of negative                                                 
12 behavior, including technical violations of conditions of parole, and a list of                                         
13 incentives for compliance with conditions and positive behavior that exceeds                                            
14            those conditions;                                                                                            
15                      (B)  policies and procedures that ensure                                                           
16 (i)  a process for responding to negative behavior that                                                                 
17                 includes a review of previous violations and sanctions;                                                 
18 (ii)  that enhanced sanctions for certain negative conduct                                                              
19                 are approved by the commissioner or the commissioner's designee; and                                    
20 (iii)  that appropriate due process protections are                                                                     
21 included in the process, including notice of negative behavior, an                                                      
22 opportunity to dispute the accusation and the sanction, and an                                                          
23                 opportunity to request a review of the accusation and the sanction; and                                 
24 (9) [(10)]  within 30 days after sentencing of an offender, provide the                                             
25 victim of a crime information on the earliest dates the offender could be released on                                   
26 furlough, probation, or parole, including deductions or reductions for good time or                                     
27 other good conduct incentives, and the process for release, including contact                                           
28       information for the decision-making bodies.                                                                       
29    * Sec. 58. AS 33.16.200 is amended to read:                                                                        
30 Sec. 33.16.200. Custody of parolee. Except as provided in AS 33.16.210, the                                           
31 board retains custody of special medical, [ADMINISTRATIVE,] discretionary, and                                          
01       mandatory parolees until the expiration of the maximum term or terms of                                           
02       imprisonment to which the parolee is sentenced.                                                                   
03    * Sec. 59. AS 33.16.270 is amended to read:                                                                        
04 Sec. 33.16.270. Earned compliance credits. The commissioner shall establish                                           
05 by regulation a program allowing parolees to earn credits for complying with the                                        
06 conditions of parole. The earned compliance credits reduce the period of parole.                                        
07 Nothing in this section prohibits the department from recommending to the board the                                     
08 early discharge of the parolee as provided in this chapter. At a minimum, the                                           
09       regulations must                                                                                                  
10 (1)  require that a parolee earn a credit of 30 days for each 30-day                                                    
11       period served in which the parolee complied with the conditions of parole;                                        
12                 (2)  include policies and procedures for                                                                
13                      (A)  calculating and tracking credits earned by parolees;                                          
14 (B)  reducing the parolee's period of parole based on credits                                                           
15            earned by the parolee and notifying a victim under AS 33.30.013;                                         
16 (3)  require that a parolee convicted of a sex offense as defined in                                                
17 AS 12.63.100 or a crime involving domestic violence complete all treatment                                          
18 programs required as a condition of parole before discharge based on credits                                        
19       earned under this section.                                                                                    
20    * Sec. 60. AS 33.30.061 is amended by adding a new subsection to read:                                             
21 (d)  A prisoner serving a term of imprisonment at a private residence as                                                
22 required by statute when electronic monitoring is not available does not have a liberty                                 
23 interest in that status. The commissioner may return the prisoner to a correctional                                     
24 facility if the commissioner finds that the prisoner has violated the terms and                                         
25       conditions of the imprisonment at the private residence.                                                          
26    * Sec. 61. AS 34.03.360(10) is amended to read:                                                                    
27 (10)  "illegal activity involving a place of prostitution" means a                                                      
28 violation of AS 11.66.120(a)(1) or 11.66.130(a)(2)(A) or (D) [11.66.130(a)(1) OR                                    
29       (4)];                                                                                                             
30    * Sec. 62. AS 44.19.645(g) is amended to read:                                                                     
31 (g)  The Department of Corrections shall report quarterly to the working group                                          
01       authorized in (b)(3) of this section. The report shall include the following information:                         
02 (1)  data on pretrial decision making and outcomes, including                                                           
03 information on pretrial detainees admitted for a new criminal charge; detainees                                         
04 released at any point before case resolution; time spent detained before first release or                               
05 case resolution; pretrial defendant risk level and charge; pretrial release                                             
06 recommendations made by pretrial services officers; pretrial conditions imposed on                                      
07 pretrial detainees by judicial officers, including amount of bail, and supervision                                      
08 conditions; and information on pretrial outcomes, including whether or not the                                          
09       defendant appeared in court or was re-arrested during the pretrial period;                                        
10 (2)  data on offenders admitted to the Department of Corrections for a                                                  
11 new criminal conviction, including the offense type, number of prior felony                                             
12       convictions, sentence length, and length of stay;                                                                 
13 (3)  data on the population of the Department of Corrections, using a                                                   
14 one-day snapshot on the first day of the first month of each quarter, broken down by                                    
15       type of admission, offense type, and risk level;                                                                  
16 (4)  data on offenders on probation supervised by the Department of                                                     
17 Corrections, including the total number of offenders supervised using a one-day                                         
18 snapshot on the first month of each quarter; admissions to probation; assignments to a                                  
19 program under AS 33.05.020(f); probation sentence length; time served on the                                            
20 sentence; whether probation was successfully completed, any new convictions for a                                       
21       felony offense, and any sentences to a term of imprisonment while on probation;                                   
22 (5)  data on parole, including the number of offenders supervised on                                                    
23 parole, using a one-day snapshot on the first month of each quarter; the number of                                      
24 parole hearings; the parole grant rate and number of parolees released on                                               
25 [ADMINISTRATIVE,] discretionary [,] and special medical parole; and information                                         
26 on parolees, including time spent on parole, whether parole was successfully                                            
27 completed, any new convictions for a new felony offense, and any sentences to a term                                    
28       of imprisonment while on parole;                                                                                  
29 (6)  data on the implementation of policies from the 2015 justice                                                       
30 reinvestment report, including the number and percentage of offenders who earn                                          
31 compliance credits under AS 33.05.020(h) or AS 33.16.270 in one or more months,                                         
01 and the total amount of credits earned; the average number of sanctions issued under                                    
02 AS 33.05.020(g) before a petition to revoke probation or parole is filed; and the most                                  
03       common violations of probation or parole; and                                                                     
04 (7)  data on probation and parole revocations, including information on                                                 
05 probationers and parolees admitted for a supervision violation pre-case and post-case                                   
06 resolution; probationers and parolees admitted solely for a technical violation;                                        
07 probationers and parolees admitted for a new arrest; the number of previous                                             
08 revocations on the current sentence, if any; the length of time held pre-case resolution;                               
09       the length of time to case resolution; and the length of stay.                                                    
10    * Sec. 63. AS 44.19.645 is amended by adding a new subsection to read:                                             
11 (h)  Beginning in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, the commission shall                                            
12 design and implement a project for the purposes of studying risk factors related to                                     
13 criminal activity, informing the legislature's policy and funding decisions related to                                  
14 primary crime prevention, and improving primary crime prevention strategies in the                                      
15 state. Under the project, the Department of Corrections shall transmit information                                      
16 about offenders sentenced to serve terms of incarceration of 30 days or more to the                                     
17 commission, and the commission shall analyze the information and provide to the                                         
18 legislature, in the report required under AS 44.19.647, the commission's conclusions                                    
19 and recommendations. The commission, in consultation with the Justice Center at the                                     
20 University of Alaska, the Alaska Judicial Council, the Department of Corrections, and                                   
21 other relevant entities or state agencies, create a list of the types of information and                                
22 inmate characteristics the Department of Corrections shall collect for the project and                                  
23 may revise the list when necessary to meet project goals. The information may include                                   
24 data relating to adverse childhood experiences, mental health and substance abuse                                       
25 history, education, income, and employment of inmates. The Department of                                                
26 Corrections shall adopt policies establishing procedures for collecting the information                                 
27 identified in the list required under this subsection and providing the information to                                  
28 the commission. The procedures may provide for the collection of the information as                                     
29 part of the risk assessment program established under AS 33.30.011(a)(7).                                               
30 Requirements for collection of information under this subsection terminate July 1,                                      
31 2024. In this subsection, "primary crime prevention" means intervention programs and                                    
01       strategies designed to reduce crime risk factors among the general population and                                 
02       prevent crime from happening.                                                                                     
03    * Sec. 64. AS 44.19.647(b) is amended to read:                                                                     
04            (b)  The commission shall submit the reports, summaries, and                                             
05       recommendations provided under [(a) OF] this section not later than November 1 of                                 
06       each year.                                                                                                        
07    * Sec. 65. AS 44.19.647 is amended by adding a new subsection to read:                                             
08            (c)  In the report required under (a) of this section, the commission shall                                  
09       include a summary and analysis of the information collected under AS 44.19.645(h).                                
10       The commission shall                                                                                              
11 (1)  provide a summary in the form of tables, charts, graphs, or other                                                  
12       formats that are easily understood;                                                                               
13 (2)  include a review of the data and the commission's interpretations,                                                 
14       findings, or conclusions related to the information collected;                                                    
15 (3)  describe any changes in the types of information collected during                                                  
16       the preceding fiscal year;                                                                                        
17 (4)  make the summary and analysis required under this subsection                                                       
18 available to the public; the commission may not publish or present individually                                         
19       identifiable information relating to an inmate;                                                                   
20 (5)  include, when possible, information from the previous fiscal year,                                                 
21       comparisons to previous fiscal years, and cumulative information; and                                             
22 (6)  present the summary and analysis to the legislature within 10 days                                                 
23 after the convening of the next regular session of the legislature following the                                        
24       submission of the report.                                                                                         
25    * Sec. 66. AS 47.37.040 is amended to read:                                                                        
26            Sec. 47.37.040. Duties of department. The department shall                                                 
27 (1)  develop, encourage, and foster statewide, regional, and local plans                                                
28 and programs for the prevention of alcoholism and drug abuse and treatment of                                           
29 alcoholics, intoxicated persons, drug abusers, and inhalant abusers in cooperation with                                 
30 public and private agencies, organizations, and individuals, and provide technical                                      
31       assistance and consultation services for these purposes;                                                          
01 (2)  coordinate the efforts and enlist the assistance of all public and                                                 
02 private agencies, organizations, and individuals interested in prevention of alcoholism,                                
03 drug abuse, and inhalant abuse, and treatment of alcoholics, intoxicated persons, drug                                  
04       abusers, and inhalant abusers;                                                                                    
05 (3)  cooperate with the Department of Corrections in establishing and                                                   
06 conducting programs to provide treatment for alcoholics, intoxicated persons, drug                                      
07       abusers, and inhalant abusers in or on parole from penal institutions;                                            
08 (4)  cooperate with the Department of Education and Early                                                               
09 Development, school boards, schools, police departments, courts, and other public and                                   
10 private agencies, organizations, and individuals in establishing programs for the                                       
11 prevention of alcoholism, drug abuse, and inhalant abuse, and treatment of alcoholics,                                  
12 intoxicated persons, drug abusers, and inhalant abusers, and preparing curriculum                                       
13       materials for use at all levels of school education;                                                              
14 (5)  prepare, publish, evaluate, and disseminate educational material                                                   
15 dealing with the nature and effects of alcohol and drugs, and the misuse of hazardous                                   
16       volatile substances;                                                                                              
17 (6)  develop and implement, as an integral part of treatment programs,                                                  
18 an educational program for use in the treatment of alcoholics, intoxicated persons,                                     
19 drug abusers, and inhalant abusers that includes the dissemination of information                                       
20 concerning the nature and effects of alcohol, drugs, and hazardous volatile substances;                                 
21 (7)  organize and foster training programs for all persons engaged in                                                   
22 treatment of alcoholics, intoxicated persons, drug abusers, and inhalant abusers, and                                   
23 establish standards for training paraprofessional alcoholism, drug abuse, and inhalant                                  
24       abuse workers;                                                                                                    
25 (8)  sponsor and encourage research into the causes and nature of                                                       
26 alcoholism, drug abuse, and inhalant abuse, and the treatment of alcoholics,                                            
27 intoxicated persons, drug abusers, and inhalant abusers, and serve as a clearinghouse                                   
28       for information relating to alcoholism, drug abuse, and inhalant abuse;                                           
29 (9)  specify uniform methods for keeping statistical information by                                                     
30 public and private agencies, organizations, and individuals, and collect and make                                       
31 available relevant statistical information, including number of persons treated,                                        
01       frequency of admission and readmission, and frequency and duration of treatment;                                  
02                 (10)  conduct program planning activities approved by the Advisory                                      
03       Board on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse;                                                                               
04 (11)  review all state health, welfare, and treatment plans to be                                                       
05 submitted for federal funding, and advise the commissioner on provisions to be                                          
06 included relating to alcoholics, intoxicated persons, drug abusers, and inhalant                                        
07       abusers;                                                                                                          
08                 (12)  assist in the development of, and cooperate with, alcohol, drug                                   
09       abuse, and inhalant abuse education and treatment programs for employees of state                                 
10       and local governments and businesses and industries in the state;                                                 
11 (13)  use the support and assistance of interested persons in the                                                       
12 community, particularly recovered alcoholics, drug abusers, and inhalant abusers, to                                    
13 encourage alcoholics, drug abusers, and inhalant abusers to voluntarily undergo                                         
14       treatment;                                                                                                        
15 (14)  cooperate with the Department of Public Safety and the                                                            
16 Department of Transportation and Public Facilities in establishing and conducting                                       
17 programs designed to deal with the problem of persons operating motor vehicles while                                    
18 under the influence of an alcoholic beverage, inhalant, or controlled substance, and                                    
19 develop and approve alcohol information courses required to be taken by drivers under                                   
20 AS 28.15 or made available to drivers to reduce points assessed for violation of traffic                                
21       laws;                                                                                                             
22 (15)  encourage hospitals and other appropriate health facilities to                                                    
23 admit without discrimination alcoholics, intoxicated persons, drug abusers, and                                         
24       inhalant abusers and to provide them with adequate and appropriate treatment;                                     
25 (16)  encourage all health insurance programs to include alcoholism                                                     
26       and drug abuse as a covered illness;                                                                              
27 (17)  prepare an annual report covering the activities of the department                                                
28       and notify the legislature that the report is available;                                                          
29 (18)  develop and implement a training program on alcoholism and                                                        
30 drug abuse for employees of state and municipal governments, and private institutions;                                  
31 (19)  develop curriculum materials on drug and alcohol abuse and the                                                    
01 misuse of hazardous volatile substances for use in grades kindergarten through 12, as                                   
02 well as a course of instruction for teachers to be charged with presenting the                                          
03       curriculum;                                                                                                       
04 (20)  develop and implement or designate, in cooperation with other                                                     
05 state or local agencies, a juvenile alcohol safety action program that provides alcohol                                 
06 and substance abuse screening, referral, and monitoring of persons under 18 years of                                    
07       age who have been referred to it by                                                                               
08 (A)  a court in connection with a charge or conviction of a                                                             
09 violation or misdemeanor related to the use of alcohol or a controlled                                                  
10            substance;                                                                                                   
11 (B)  the agency responsible for the administration of motor                                                             
12 vehicle laws in connection with a license action related to the use of alcohol or                                       
13            a controlled substance; or                                                                                   
14 (C)  department staff after a delinquency adjudication that is                                                          
15            related to the use of alcohol or a controlled substance;                                                     
16 (21)  develop and implement, or designate, in cooperation with other                                                    
17 state or local agencies, an alcohol safety action program that provides alcohol and                                 
18 substance abuse screening, referral, and monitoring services to persons who have                                    
19 been referred by a court in connection with a charge or conviction of a                                             
20 misdemeanor involving the use of alcohol or a controlled substance or under                                         
21 AS 04.16.049 or  [,] 04.16.050 [, AS 28.35.028, 28.35.030, OR 28.35.032,] or referred                               
22 by an agency of the state with the responsibility for administering motor vehicle laws                                  
23 in connection with a driver's license action involving the use of alcohol or a controlled                               
24       substance;                                                                                                        
25 (22)  whenever possible, apply evidence-based, research-based, and                                                      
26 consensus-based substance abuse and co-occurring substance abuse and mental health                                      
27 disorders treatment practices and remove barriers that prevent the use of those                                         
28       practices;                                                                                                        
29 (23)  collaborate with first responders, hospitals, schools, primary care                                               
30 providers, developmental disability treatment providers, law enforcement, corrections,                                  
31 attorneys, the Alaska Court System, community behavioral treatment providers,                                           
01       Alaska Native organizations, and federally funded programs in implementing                                        
02       programs for co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders treatment.                                  
03    * Sec. 67. AS 11.66.130(b), 11.66.135(b); AS 12.55.125(e)(4)(C), 12.55.125(e)(4)(D),                               
04 12.55.125(e)(4)(E); AS 33.16.010(f), 33.16.089, and 33.16.900(1) are repealed.                                          
05    * Sec. 68. AS 44.19.645(h) and 44.19.647(c) are repealed.                                                          
06    * Sec. 69. AS 22.20.220 is repealed February 14, 2025.                                                             
07    * Sec. 70. The uncodified law of the State of Alaska is amended by adding a new section to                         
08 read:                                                                                                                   
09       APPLICABILITY. (a) The following sections apply to offenses committed on or after                                 
10 the effective date of those sections:                                                                                   
11 (1)  AS 11.46.130(a), as amended by sec. 1 of this Act;                                                                 
12 (2)  AS 11.46.140(a), as amended by sec. 2 of this Act;                                                                 
13 (3)  AS 11.46.220(c), as amended by sec. 3 of this Act;                                                                 
14 (4)  AS 11.46.260(b), as amended by sec. 4 of this Act;                                                                 
15 (5)  AS 11.46.270(b), as amended by sec. 5 of this Act;                                                                 
16 (6)  AS 11.46.280(d), as amended by sec. 6 of this Act;                                                                 
17 (7)  AS 11.46.285(b), as amended by sec. 7 of this Act;                                                                 
18 (8)  AS 11.46.360(a), as amended by sec. 8 of this Act;                                                                 
19 (9)  AS 11.46.482(a), as amended by sec. 9 of this Act;                                                                 
20 (10)  AS 11.46.484(a), as amended by sec. 10 of this Act;                                                               
21 (11)  AS 11.46.530(b), as amended by sec. 11 of this Act;                                                               
22 (12)  AS 11.46.620(d), as amended by sec. 12 of this Act;                                                               
23 (13)  AS 11.46.730(c), as amended by sec. 13 of this Act;                                                               
24 (14)  AS 11.56.757(a), as amended by sec. 16 of this Act;                                                               
25 (15)  AS 11.56.757(b), as amended by sec. 17 of this Act;                                                               
26 (16)  AS 11.66.130(a), as amended by sec. 18 of this Act;                                                               
27 (17)  AS 11.66.135(a), as amended by sec. 19 of this Act;                                                               
28            (18)  AS 11.66.150(4), enacted by sec. 20 of this Act;                                                       
29            (19)  AS 12.30.006(b), as amended by sec. 23 of this Act;                                                    
30            (20)  AS 28.15.011(d), enacted by sec. 38 of this Act;                                                       
31            (21)  AS 33.05.020(h), as amended by sec. 39 of this Act; and                                                
01            (22)  AS 33.16.270, as amended by sec. 59 of this Act.                                                       
02       (b)  The following sections apply to sentences imposed on or after the effective date of                          
03 those sections for conduct occurring on or after the effective date of those sections:                                  
04            (1)  AS 12.30.011(l), enacted by sec. 24 of this Act;                                                        
05            (2)  AS 12.55.125(c), as amended by sec. 27 of this Act;                                                     
06            (3)  AS 12.55.125(e), as amended by sec. 28 of this Act;                                                     
07            (4)  AS 12.55.125(q), enacted by sec. 29 of this Act;                                                        
08            (5)  AS 12.55.135(a), as amended by sec. 30 of this Act;                                                     
09            (6)  AS 12.55.135(b), as amended by sec. 31 of this Act;                                                     
10            (7)  AS 12.55.135(l), as amended by sec. 32 of this Act;                                                     
11            (8)  AS 12.55.135(p), as amended by sec. 33 of this Act; and                                                 
12            (9)  AS 12.55.145(a), as amended by sec. 34 of this Act.                                                     
13 (c)  AS 33.16.130(c), as amended by sec. 49 of this Act, applies to sentences imposed                                   
14 on or after the effective date of sec. 49 of this Act.                                                                  
15    * Sec. 71. The uncodified law of the State of Alaska is amended by adding a new section to                         
16 read:                                                                                                                   
17 CONDITIONAL EFFECT FOR SECS. 37 AND 69. (a) AS 22.20.220, added by sec.                                                 
18 37 of this Act, takes effect only if the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission expires under                               
19 AS 44.66.010 before February 14, 2025.                                                                                  
20 (b)  Section 69 of this Act takes effect only if sec. 37 of this Act takes effect under (a)                             
21 of this section.                                                                                                        
22    * Sec. 72. The uncodified law of the State of Alaska is amended by adding a new section to                         
23 read:                                                                                                                   
24 CONDITIONAL EFFECT FOR SEC. 66; NOTIFICATION TO REVISOR OF                                                              
25 STATUTES. (a) Section 66 of this Act takes effect only if, on or before July 1, 2018, the                               
26 director of the division of legislative finance provides notice to the revisor of statutes under                        
27 (b) of this section.                                                                                                    
28 (b)  The director of the division of legislative finance shall, on or before July 1, 2018,                              
29 notify the revisor of statutes if the Thirtieth Alaska State Legislature passes an appropriation                        
30 bill that is enacted into law that makes an appropriation to the Department of Health and                               
31 Social Services for the alcohol safety action program for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019,                         
01 that is at least 50 percent greater than the amount appropriated to the Department of Health                            
02 and Social Services for the alcohol safety action program for the fiscal year ending June 30,                           
03 2018.                                                                                                                   
04    * Sec. 73. Sections 23, 24, and 41 of this Act take effect January 1, 2018.                                        
05    * Sec. 74. If, under sec. 72 of this Act, sec. 66 of this Act takes effect, it takes effect July 1,                
06 2018.                                                                                                                   
07    * Sec. 75. Section 40 of this Act takes effect July 1, 2019.                                                       
08    * Sec. 76. If sec. 37 of this Act takes effect under sec. 71(a) of this Act, it takes effect on the                
09 day after the date the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission expires under AS 44.66.010.                                   
10    * Sec. 77. If sec. 69 of this Act takes effect under sec. 71(b) of this Act, it takes effect                       
11 February 14, 2025.                                                                                                      
12    * Sec. 78. Section 68 of this Act takes effect on the earlier of the following:                                    
13            (1)  the date sec. 37 of this Act takes effect under sec. 76 of this Act; or                                 
14            (2)  February 14, 2025.                                                                                      
15    * Sec. 79. Except as provided in secs. 73 - 78 of this Act, this Act takes effect immediately                      
16 under AS 01.10.070(c).