Status Summary

Pre-filed for introduction on 1.8.21.

First reading, referred to Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation on 1.11.21.  

Public hearing in the Senate Committee on Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation on 1.14.21.

Executive action taken in the in the Senate Committee on Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation; 1st substitute bill passed on 1.22.21.

Passed to Rules for second reading on 1.25.21.

1st substitute bill substituted. Floor amendment(s) adopted. 

Passed on Third reading on 2.3.21.

In the House

First reading, referred to Public Safety on 2.8.21.

(updated 2.26.21)

Legislative Session



In Progress



The secretary of the department may now transfer an offender from a department correctional facility to home detention in the community if it is determined that the graduated reentry program is an appropriate placement and must assist the offender's transition from confinement to the community, even if they have not served at least twelve months in total confinement in a state correctional facility.

The bill also removes the 6-month maximum on length of participation in the program.