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Probation Detention Centers are minimum security facilities for confining probation violators up to 6 months. Offenders may be sent directly to the center as a sentencing option or if they prove unable to fulfill their probation obligations in the community, may be sent to the detention center as a result of a revocation proceeding. Transfer requests are not normally granted because of the short-term commitment.Read more
It sounds like he was sentenced and is waiting for a bed to come available. Once they have space they will come for him and note that he will get credit for every day he spends in the county jail.Read more
Depending on where they are transferred an why will have a bearing on when they can make calls. If they are in federal and move to another federal prison, there is no Trulincs account. If it is from county to state or to federal, there will be about a one-week delay before the phone accounts can be operational.Read more
Yes, when the custody level changes, the facility they are in must match. Therefore you can expect a transfer soon unless this facility has separate security divisions within the complexRead more
It is a good sign when an inmate's custody level is reduced. It means that the sentence is getting shorter and the inmate's behavior and programming has been exemplary. The system is saying they trust this person more than when they began their sentence. The inmate gets more freedom in the new setting, more privileges (and in prison, it means a lot).Read more
Broward is only a one county from Miami (Dade County). They are separate institutions so the transition will take a few days before phone and visitation privileges are restored.Read more
The administrative transfer could mean a number of things. The first thing that comes to mind is the inmate has some issue with another inmate in that facility. It could be a co-defendant he cannot be placed in the same facility. But if this is happening often, it could be that he was a confidential informant. They get moved routinely to keep their whereabouts changing. The short-term stays (8 months at a time) make it seem like he is in protectiveRead more
This depends on the bed space at the processing center and the transfer schedule of the marshals. As an example, I was in county jail for 8 days, then transferred to a CoreCivic facility for 89 days and then air marshaled to Oklahoma City for one night before finally getting to the prison I was designated to. Be patient, they never seem to be in a hurry.Read more
Yes, provided they are in good standing (no incident reports) and that there is a similar security level prison with available bed space.Read more
The call list should remain intact with the transfer. Depending on their local rules, he should be able to call once he gets assigned his new housing situation.Read more