County prisoners may be put to labor.
County commissioners to provide food, etc.
Financial responsibility for medical expenses.
Income and assets; payment of subsistence costs.
Furnishing of transportation to discharged prisoners.
Working county prisoners on roads and bridges or other public works of the county; hiring out to another county.
Employment of correctional officers; duties; salary.
Designation of sheriff as chief correctional officer; duties.
Contractual arrangements for operation and maintenance of county detention facilities.
Application of ch. 86-183; agreement or contract as of July 1, 1986.
Privately operated county correctional facilities.
Leasing prisoners to work for private interests prohibited.
Turning prisoners over to board of bond trustees, etc.
Working prisoners on public roads and exchange of prisoners between counties.
Transferring from one county to another.
Failure of person to discharge his or her duty; penalty.
Credit on fines and costs.
Prisoners entitled to receive credit on fine based on imprisonment.
Provision of programs for women.
Provision of education programs for youth.
Interference with county prisoners.
Gain-time for good conduct for county prisoners.
County detention facilities; contraband articles.
Sexual misconduct between detention facility employees and inmates; penalties.
County and municipal detention facilities; definitions; administration; standards and requirements.
County residential probation program.
Extend the limits of confinement for county prisoners.
Sale of goods and services produced by county prisoners.
Public safety coordinating councils.
Transmitting prisoner information to reduce public assistance fraud.
Procedure for requesting restoration of civil rights of county prisoners convicted of felonies.