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There are 24 Bills pending in House Jails and Prisons




HB 4188Relating to requiring a parolee or probationer found to have suffered with addiction to participate in a support service.01/10/24
HB 4203Provide wardens with ability to use inmates to perform work in the upkeep local cemeteries01/10/24
HB 4222Relating generally to probation and parole01/10/24
HB 4223Requiring the West Virginia Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to provide an inmate with one physical copy of their birth certificate and social security card upon release01/10/24
HB 4240Reentry Task Force01/10/24
HB 4261Make all state inmates regardless of sex members of the state convict road force01/10/24
HB 4278Relating to private prisons01/10/24
HB 4539Require Correctional Facilities to provide free feminine hygiene products 01/10/24
HB 4658To clarify when inmates may receive “good time” or time served01/12/24
HB 4671Create a prison work pilot program01/12/24
HB 4746Providing for the reintegration of inmates in correctional facilities01/15/24
HB 4790Split the jail bills among the cities, counties, and the state.01/16/24
HB 4842Basic Affordable Supplies for Incarcerated Act01/17/24
HB 5071State to reimburse county for inmate costs when conviction results in credit for time served01/25/24
HB 5184Inmates in WV jails must be housed based on biological sex01/25/24
HB 5359Relating to recognizing the law-enforcement powers of correctional officers employed by the Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation.01/30/24
HB 5531Increasing correctional officer pay by 12% increase 02/09/24
HB 5538To modify the parole eligibility for a person serving a sentence for first degree murder02/09/24
HB 5567Relating to allowing medical or geriatric parole for certain inmates02/12/24
HB 5568Relating to salary increases for state employees02/12/24
HB 5636Relating to facilitating the successful transitioning of offenders back into society02/12/24
HB 5640Relating to the composition of the West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority Board and shceduled meetings02/12/24
HB 5654To require inmates in West Virginia jails and prisons to receive GED training.02/13/24
HB 5655Require inmates to get GED before release from prison02/13/24
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