Article - Correctional Services
(a) Subject to the authority of the Secretary and in addition to any other duties established by law, the Division:
(i) administer a validated screening tool on each individual on parole or mandatory supervision under the supervision of the Division;
(ii) administer a risk and needs assessment and develop an individualized case plan for each individual on parole or mandatory supervision who has been screened as moderate or high risk to reoffend;
(iii) supervise an individual on parole or mandatory supervision based on the results of a validated screening tool or risk and needs assessment conducted under items (i) or (ii) of this item;
(iv) supervise an individual under mandatory supervision until the expiration of the individual’s maximum term or terms of confinement;
(v) regularly inform the Commission of the activities of offenders who are supervised by the Division, including, if requested by the Commission, any graduated sanctions imposed under § 6–121 of this subtitle;
(vi) issue a warrant for the retaking of an offender charged with a violation of a condition of parole or mandatory supervision, if this authority is delegated by the Commission to the Director of the Division; and
(vii) administer the Drinking Driver Monitor Program, collect supervision fees, and adopt guidelines for collecting the monthly program fee assessed in accordance with § 6–115 of this subtitle; and
(2) may recommend:
(i) that the Commission modify any condition of parole or mandatory supervision; and
(ii) that the Commission issue a warrant for the retaking of an offender.
(b) Funding for the Drinking Driver Monitor Program shall be as provided in the State budget.