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Subject: Prisoner transfer

Inmates get transferred for many different reasons. If an inmate is transferred further from home it is usually done as a punishment for some serious rule violation. But it can also be that the inmate requested it. Or, it can be that the inmate is ready for the drug program and the new facility has the room for them.

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Subject: Prisoner transfer

As an inmate does his time and is not receiving any incident reports, their custody level will change for the better. That is the incentive for an inmate to maintain good behavior. The lower the level of custody, the easier their time is. The higher security facilities have inmates with long sentences and not much to lose when it comes to igniting situations with rule breaking or violence. Inmates that want to go home follow the rules and get rewarded

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Subject: Prisoner transfer

They post the inmate's new location after the inmate is there. They will not notify you when they are doing a transfer nor will they notify you where - this is for security reasons.

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Subject: Prisoner transfer

Either by asking the inmate, asking someone at the facility where you know them to be or check the inmate search online to see if there is a change. Unless you are a victim, you will not be notified of an inmate's movement, you have to check for yourself.

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Subject: Prisoner transfer

There is very little you can do about the housing situation of an inmate. The designation is decided and approved by the administration and they internally document their reasons for every decision. These decisions are not available to the public. Once an offender is the property of the state, there is nothing an outside influence can change. He may petition his case manager for a transfer but the status of SHU is not available for appeal. If he has

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Subject: Prisoner transfer

Please send us the new facility name and we will make the change for you

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Subject: Prisoner transfer

Yes, inmates may transfer after 6 - 9 months with no incident reports. The facility that your inmate wants to transfer to must fit the security protocol. Each jail or prison is rated from high security, to medium security, to low security and then minimum security. The inmate's classification must fit the level of the institution to be eligible for transfer there. Sometimes, there is no bed space and with only three years to do, they might never get to

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Subject: Prisoner transfer

You might try calling the facility and ask to speak with the case manager, counselor or unit team secretary to get more information.

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Subject: Prisoner transfer

Inmate Transfer has a couple of components that require compliance on the part of the inmate. We would not know if he is in good standing with zero incident reports or not. If the security level that he is in (and designated to) is different than the institution he wants to be moved to then it may never happen. It is our experience that any pressure exerted from the outside creates more pressure on the inmate inside. The staff normally

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Subject: Prisoner transfer

Inmates that transfer within the same system, i.e. state prison or federal, all of their property will transfer with them. They might not arrive the same day but they will get all of their personal items that they have accumulated from commissary and incoming mail.

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