[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Roseville 7-26-2011 by Ord. No. 1244. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Any person held in custody, confined or incarcerated by the City, including but not limited to individuals who are under arrest; incarcerated; imprisoned; escaped from confinement; under supervised release; on medical furlough; residing in a mental health facility or half-way house; living under home detention; or confined completely or partially in any way under a penal statute or rule shall be solely responsible for the payment of any medical services rendered to, and received by, that person during the course of his or her confinement with the City, or at the City's discretion or a court of competent jurisdiction, including, without limitation, transportation to and from a medical treatment facility and any treatment deemed necessary by a treating physician, whether or not requested by the person; and shall be required to reimburse the City, in full, for any fees or charges incurred for such service, if not paid directly to a medical provider by the prisoner or his or her insurance carrier.