Mental health treatment for inmates

S.E.A. 63, P.L. 6 Effective: July 1, 2021 Permits, under certain circumstances, an offender committed to the Department of Correction to be held within a treatment facility operated by the department for not more than 14 days beyond the offender's mandatory release … [Read more...]

Juvenile justice

S.E.A. 368, P.L. 157 Effective: July 1, 2021;  §2 effective December 31, 2022 Provides for the automatic expungement of certain juvenile offenses. Prohibits a juvenile arrestee who meets certain requirements from being housed with adult inmates prior to trial, … [Read more...]

Juvenile justice

On recommitment, the House Ways and Means Committee heard SB 368 authored by Sen. Tallian and sponsored by Rep, McNamara on juvenile justice.  Sen. Tallian introduced the legislation, which provides for the automatic expungement of certain juvenile offenses when a child … [Read more...]

Juvenile justice

The House Courts and Criminal Code Committee heard SB 368 sponsored by Rep. McNamara and Rep. Pierce regarding juvenile justice.  The author, Sen. Tallian, introduced the bill which provides for the automatic expungement of certain juvenile offenses when a child reaches … [Read more...]

Mental health treatment for inmates

The House Courts and Criminal Code Committee heard SB 63 on mental health treatment for inmates, sponsored by Rep. Negele.  Sen. Glick presented the bill. The bill permits, under certain circumstances, an offender committed to the department of correction to be held … [Read more...]

Juvenile justice

The Senate Corrections and Criminal Law Committee heard SB 368 authored by Sen. Tallian regarding juvenile justice. The bill requires the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute to track the number of children committed to jail. The bill repeals the juvenile direct file … [Read more...]