CHAPTER 911SURCHARGE ADDED TO CRIMINAL PENALTIESReferred to in 321J.2, 805.6, 909.8
911.1Crime services surcharge.
911.2Drug abuse resistance education surcharge. Repealed by 2020 Acts, ch 1074, §22, 93.
911.2AHuman trafficking victim surcharge.
911.2BDomestic and sexual abuse crimes surcharge.
911.2CDomestic abuse protective order contempt surcharge. Repealed by 2020 Acts, ch 1074, §22, 93.
911.3Law enforcement initiative surcharge. Repealed by 2020 Acts, ch 1074, §22, 93.
911.4County enforcement surcharge. Repealed by 2020 Acts, ch 1074, §22, 93.
911.5Agricultural theft surcharge.
911.1Crime services surcharge.1.  A crime services surcharge shall be levied against law violators as provided in this section. When a court imposes a fine or forfeiture for a violation of state law, or a city or county ordinance, except an ordinance regulating the parking of motor vehicles, the court shall assess an additional penalty in the form of a crime services surcharge equal to fifteen percent of the fine or forfeiture imposed.2.  In the event of multiple offenses, the surcharge shall be based upon the total amount of fines or forfeitures imposed for all offenses.3.  When a fine or forfeiture is suspended in whole or in part, the court shall reduce the surcharge in proportion to the amount suspended.4.  The surcharge is subject to the provisions of chapter 909 governing the payment and collection of fines, as provided in section 909.8.5.  The surcharge shall be remitted by the clerk of court as provided in section 602.8108, subsection 3.[1982 Acts, ch 1258, §1]91 Acts, ch 181, §16, 94 Acts, ch 1074, §17, 2004 Acts, ch 1111, §10, 2005 Acts, ch 143, §6, 2009 Acts, ch 179, §65, 72, 2020 Acts, ch 1074, §18, 93Referred to in 80E.4, 331.302, 364.3, 602.8102, 602.8108, 691.9, 805.8, 805.8C, 805.8C, 805.8C, 805.8C, 902.9, 903.1911.2Drug abuse resistance education surcharge.Repealed by 2020 Acts, ch 1074, §22, 93. See §80E.4 and 911.1.911.2AHuman trafficking victim surcharge.1.  In addition to any other surcharge, the court shall assess a human trafficking victim surcharge of one thousand dollars if an adjudication of guilt or a deferred judgment has been entered for a criminal violation of section 725.1, subsection 2, or section 710A.2, 725.2, or 725.3.2.  In the event of multiple offenses, the surcharge shall be imposed for each applicable offense.3.  The surcharge shall be remitted by the clerk of court as provided in section 602.8108, subsection 5.2014 Acts, ch 1097, §14, 16, 17, 2020 Acts, ch 1074, §19, 93Referred to in 602.8102, 602.8108, 902.9, 903.1911.2BDomestic and sexual abuse crimes surcharge.1.  In addition to any other surcharge, the court shall assess a domestic and sexual abuse crimes surcharge of ninety dollars if an adjudication of guilt or a deferred judgment has been entered for a violation of section 708.2A, 708.11, or 710A.2, or chapter 709, or if a defendant is held in contempt of court for violating a domestic abuse protective order issued pursuant to chapter 236.2.  In the event of multiple offenses, the surcharge shall be imposed for each applicable offense.3.  The surcharge shall be remitted by the clerk of court as provided in section 602.8108, subsection 6.2015 Acts, ch 96, §15, 2020 Acts, ch 1074, §20, 93, 2021 Acts, ch 145, §9Referred to in 602.8102, 602.8108
Section amended
911.2CDomestic abuse protective order contempt surcharge.Repealed by 2020 Acts, ch 1074, §22, 93. See §911.2B.911.3Law enforcement initiative surcharge.Repealed by 2020 Acts, ch 1074, §22, 93.911.4County enforcement surcharge.Repealed by 2020 Acts, ch 1074, §22, 93.911.5Agricultural theft surcharge.1.  In addition to any other surcharge, the court or clerk of the district court shall assess an agricultural theft surcharge equal to five hundred dollars, if an adjudication of guilt or a deferred judgment has been entered for a criminal violation involving any of the following:a.  Theft of agricultural property under section 714.2, subsection 1, 2, or 3.b.  Criminal mischief under section 716.3, 716.4, or 716.5, by damaging, defacing, altering, or destroying agricultural property.2.  As used in this section, agricultural property means any of the following:a.  A crop as defined in section 717A.1.b.  Livestock as defined in section 717.1.c.(1)  A colony or package as defined in section 160.1A, or a hive where bees are kept as described in section 160.5, if the department of agriculture and land stewardship is authorized by that chapter to inspect the colony, package, or hive or to regulate the movement of the colony, package, or hive.(2)  A queen bee that is part of a colony or is being moved to be part of a colony as described in subparagraph (1).3.  The surcharge shall be remitted by the clerk of the district court as provided in section 602.8108, subsection 11.2020 Acts, ch 1074, §21, 93Referred to in 602.8102, 602.8108, 902.9, 903.1