+ − Legislators (9) MS - Senator Sampson Jackson II (D) Title: Chairman MS - Senator Lydia Graves Chassaniol (R) Title: Vice-chairman MS - Senator Videt Carmichael (R) Title: Member MS - Senator Dean Kirby (R) Title: Member MS - Senator Sollie B. Norwood (D) Title: Member MS - Senator Derrick T. Simmons (D) Title: Member MS - Senator Willie Simmons (D) Title: Member MS - Senator Sean J. Tindell (R) Title: Member MS - Senator Brice Wiggins (R) Title: Member + − Bills Assigned (41) MS - SB2005 Disbursement of earnings order for restitution centers; require Department of Corrections to institute. MS - SB2009 Responsibilities of the correctional auditor; revise. MS - SB2178 Joint state-county work programs; MDOC to reimburse certain eligible counties for offenders participating in such programs. MS - SB2271 Dept. of Corrections; provide for increase in annual compensation for correctional facility employees. MS - SB2273 MDOC; require to provide cash overtime pay instead of comp time to corrections supervisors & commanders. MS - SB2272 Department of Corrections; shall pay correctional facility employees for all accumulated comp time upon termination or death. MS - SB2269 MDOC; require to provide cash overtime pay instead of comp time to correctional facility employees. MS - SB2288 Marion-Walthall County Correctional Facility; establish pilot re-entry program at. MS - SB2394 Corrections; extend repeal date on MDOC's authority to place offenders in county jails. MS - SB2416 Crimes of violence; remove references to parole and early release from provision of law designating offenses as such. MS - SB2443 Private correctional facilities; entities that operate shall be subject to the public records law. MS - SB2470 Trusty status; offenders ineligible to work at Governor's Mansion if incarcerated for a violent crime. MS - SB2485 Drones; prohibit near and above correctional facilities. MS - SB2512 Private correctional facilities; must guarantee recidivism rate that is less than MDOC's recidivism rate. MS - SB2514 Firearms; revise penalty for possession of by convicted felon. MS - SB2560 Parole hearings; not required for offenders convicted on or after July 1, 2014 who meet certain other requirements. MS - SB2567 State-owned vehicles; MDOC Commissioner may request unmarked vehicle for use in official investigations. MS - SB2563 Crimes of violence; remove reference to parole in provision designating offenses as. MS - SB2569 Offender temporary personal leave; MDOC commissioner may grant with certain conditions. MS - SB2579 Youthful Offender Unit; offenders housed in to remain under court's jurisdiction. MS - SB2564 Graduated sanctions; remove reference designating an arrest as a technical violation. MS - SB2578 Habitual offender; offenses that trigger enhanced sentencing must have been committed when a person was 18 years of age or older. MS - SB2562 Parole; shall not be reduced by length of time offender absconds supervision. MS - SB2565 Offender case plans; MDOC to develop for parole-eligible offenders convicted on or after July 1, 2014. MS - SB2568 Failure to register as a sex offender; change method of determining length of required electronic monitoring by MDOC. MS - SB2566 Sex offenders; amend MDOC's duty to monitor and investigate those who fail to register as such. MS - SB2561 Parole board; may revoke parole of offender who commits a felony or absconds supervision. MS - SB2617 Offender vocational training programs; MDOC to establish at each institution. MS - SB2633 Mississippi Prison Industries Corporation; abolish and transfer to MDOC. MS - SB2654 Appearance bond; authorize court or parole board to order as condition of parole or early release. MS - SB2631 Drug offenders; clarify ineligibility for parole. MS - SB2682 Parole; clarify list of offenses that make offenders convicted between 1995-2014 ineligible for. MS - SB2705 Parole; revise eligibility for. MS - SB2703 Juvenile sentencing; provide criteria for determining parole eligibility and require hearing before imposing life without parole. MS - SB2709 Crimes of violence; clarify ineligibility for parole. MS - SB2790 MS Prison Industries Corporation; may utilize county or municipal inmate labor under certain circumstances. MS - SB2791 Parole; clarify list of offenses that make offenders convicted between 1995-2014 ineligible for. MS - HB107 Parole board; authorize to revoke parole and impose remaining time if parolee committs a felony or absconds supervision. MS - HB106 Offenders on post release supervision; strike reference that an arrest is a technical violation. MS - HB248 State vehicles; authorize DOC commissioner use of specified unmarked vehicles to prevent hindrance of official investigations. MS - HB479 State offenders serving sentences in county jails; extend repealer on.