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Posted inCORONAVIRUS

Gretchen Schuldt: DOC should be more open about COVID-19

In late October, the Wisconsin Department of Corrections finally disclosed the number of COVID-19 deaths among people incarcerated in state prisons. That’s good news. But it’s troubling that this disclosure, which revealed that at least five state inmates have died, came only after months of delaying, obfuscating, and covering up. And the DOC is still […]

Posted inNews

State suspends terminating Medicaid benefits for inmates

MADISON – Changes in Medicaid guidelines affecting inmates will take effect later this month, state officials announced Friday in a press release. Starting Oct. 24, incarcerated Medicaid members will have their health care benefits suspended and re-evaluated before they are released from jail or prison. Under the current policy, Medicaid members have their coverage terminated […]

Posted inRevoked

Rules of supervision

When the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (DOC) carries out a court-ordered prison sentence, people are not just free to go to do as they please after being released from prison or being put on probation. Following that release from prison, the second component of their sentence commences is called extended supervision. Also if a judge […]

Posted inRevoked

Revoked: The process unpacked

Sponsored column If you are one of the more than 66,000 individuals being supervised by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, you are all too familiar with what it means to have “conditional liberty” and to know that one misstep could mean weeks, months or years of your life spent in a jail or prison. The […]

Posted inGovernment

Sex Offender Notification Meeting Monday

Residents are invited to attend a sex offender notification meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the 16th Street COP House. Timothy D. Smith, 33, will be released sometime before May 27 and will live in a home at 1400 block Washington Avenue. He was convicted in 1996 of aggravated sexual assault in Texas, and was […]