+ − Legislators (11) 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 Joel R.Carter, Jr. (R) Title: Member MS - Senator Dennis DeBar, Jr. (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 Brice Wiggins (R) Title: Member MS - Senator Tammy Witherspoon (D) Title: Member + − Bills Assigned (67) MS - SB2301 Parole; change list of offenses that make offenders convicted between 1995-2014 ineligible for. MS - SB2118 Conviction; clarify subsequent for certain crimes and post-convictions relief. MS - SB2104 Trusty status; offenders ineligible to work at Governor's Mansion if incarcerated for a violent crime. MS - SB2288 Trusty and earned-time programs; change eligibility to participate in. MS - SB2292 Correctional facilities; revise penalty for bringing a controlled substance onto the property of. MS - SB2311 Expunction of conviction; revise. MS - SB2715 Medical and geriatric release; revise authority of MDOC and MS Parole Board to grant. MS - SB2340 Juvenile sentencing; provide criteria for determining parole eligibility and require hearing before imposing life without parole. MS - SB2342 Expunction; allow for all nonviolent felonies. MS - SB2411 Department of Corrections; provide for increase in annual compensation for correctional facility employees. MS - SB2412 MDOC; require to provide cash overtime pay instead of comp time to correctional facility employees. MS - SB2694 Supervised release programs; revise terms and conditions of. MS - SB2696 Pretrial detention; persons charged with certain misdemeanor offenses to be released on recognizance. MS - SB2701 Pretrial detention; persons charged with certain misdemeanor offenses to be released on recognizance. MS - SB2703 Access to correctional facilities; MDOC to promulgate rules allowing private marital and extended family visits. MS - SB2733 Expunction; revise crimes. MS - HB1237 Contraband cell phones; authorize circuit court to issue order to disable service from carrier. MS - SB2855 Suffrage; provide for restoration upon completion of sentence and payment of fines. MS - SB2419 Expunction of felony; revise. MS - SB2421 Department of Corrections; shall pay correctional facility employees for all accumulated comp time upon termination or death. MS - SB2422 Expunction; allow after 20 years' good behavior. MS - SB2865 Assault and aggravated assault; include health care providers in provisions regarding. MS - SB2871 Leflore County Restitution Center; authorize transfer of from MDOC to Leflore County. MS - SB2877 Offenders; MDOC to establish rules regarding uniforms for and items that may not be possessed by. MS - SB2859 Offender Community Work Programs; require MDOC transparency in approving counties for participation in. MS - SB2878 Juvenile offenders; authorize information sharing between MDOC and MDHS to measure recidivism rates of. MS - SB2755 Open Records; exempt certain data maintained by the Mississippi Department of Corrections. MS - SB2887 Sex offenders; must obtain approval from MDOC and MDPS before leaving state. MS - SB2888 Walnut Grove Correctional Facility; authorize housing of state offenders in. MS - SB2889 Regional correctional facilities; increase minimum number of state offenders which may be housed in. MS - SB2159 Shoplifting; revise penalties. MS - SB2163 Hate crimes; revise delineation of victim. MS - SB2434 Earned-release supervision; Parole Board to approve before offender is released on. MS - SB2438 Offender early-release programs; prohibit stacking of credits and specify rules for offenders under supervised release. MS - SB2586 Expunction; revise which offenses are eligible. MS - SB2473 Second chance; authorize expunction of certain nonviolent property crimes. MS - SB2490 MDOC supervised release; prohibit incarceration for minor violations of & reduce maximum term for certain forms of. MS - SB2548 Youthful Offender Unit; offenders housed in to remain under court's jurisdiction. MS - SB2549 Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and parole options if convicted of certain offenses. MS - SB2553 Controlled substance offenses; revise enhanced penalties. MS - SB2554 Conviction; clarify subsequent for certain crimes and post-conviction relief. MS - SB2594 Criminal history background checks; enact "Ban the Box". MS - HB348 Cell phones and other contraband found in correctional facilities; provide certain penalties for. MS - SB2662 Expunction/expungement; revise for those acquitted or found not guilty. MS - SB2811 Parole; change length of sentence to be served before offenders may request judicial recommendation of. MS - SB2812 Urine; create the crime of selling or tampering with urine. MS - SB2815 Wildlife; clarify that a conservation officer must have probable cause to conduct a search without a warrant. MS - SB2851 State Personnel Board procedures; extend exemption for Department of Corrections. MS - SB2189 Organized retail theft; revise. MS - SB2614 Criminal history background checks; enact "Ban the Box." MS - SB2615 Felony conviction; revise expunction of. MS - SB2622 Department of Corrections; provide certain educational programs for adult offenders. MS - SB2223 County jail census data; facilitate availability of. MS - SB2627 Suffrage; provide for restoration upon completion of sentence and other conditions. MS - SB2630 Drug offenders; clarify parole eligibility. MS - SB2639 Conviction; clarify subsequent for certain crimes and post-conviction relief. MS - SN38 Wheeler Timothy (Tim) Timbs, III, Indianola, Mississippi, Prison Industries Corporation Board as an At-Large representative, term beginning February 13, 2019 and ending May 4, 2022. MS - SB2924 Habitual offender; revise. MS - SN102 Robert Gene (Bobby) Morgan, Jackson, Mississippi, Prison Industries Corporation Board as an At-Large representative, term beginning March 4, 2019 and ending May 5, 2021. MS - SN103 Robert Scott Parenteau, Madison, Mississippi, Prison Industries Corporation Board, four year term beginning May 6, 2019 and ending May 5, 2023, representing the Marketing position. MS - SB2253 Probation and parole officers; limit number of cases that may be handled. MS - SB2262 Drones; prohibit near and above correctional facilities. MS - HB1320 Sale of urine; prohibit and prescribe criminal penalties for violation of. MS - HB1465 Assault and aggravated assault; include health care providers in provisions regarding. MS - SB2704 Contraband cell phones; authorize circuit court to issue order to disable service from carrier. MS - SB2708 Technical violations; revise definition of for purposes of parole revocation. MS - SN126 Kelly Scrivner Jukenbeck, Brandon, Mississippi, Prison Industries Corporation Board as a At-Large representative, term beginning March 15, 2019 and ending May 5, 2022.