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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 toRead more
You might try calling the facility and ask to speak with the case manager, counselor or unit team secretary to get more information.Read more
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 normallyRead more
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.Read more
If you know he's been transferred, there is a 50/50 chance he'll get it. If you have the new location, please send it to us and we will make the change. We will also send the letter(s) again at no charge to the corrected facility.Read more
This depends on a number of factors. If they are recently captured and are just beginning their sentence it will be a decent amount of time before a transfer is even considered. It is most likely that their custody and security level is on the high end of the scale because of the fugitive label. The length of sentence is another factor along with the language in the sentencing order from the judge. Parole can only be offered to anRead more
The procedure that determines where the inmate will do their time is based on several factors. The factors range from the length of the sentence, the type of crime, the number of times the inmate has been incarcerated, the criminal history of the offender, was there violence or weapons involved and several others. This process might take as little as 30 days or up to several months to finalize. Sometimes the delay is simply a lack of bed space. IfRead more
Inmate transfers are not publicized for security reasons. You will have to wait until his new designation is published on the BOP website. Once he has landed at his new location he will be able to resume contact with you.Read more