Chatham County Sheriff's Office Inmate Classification
The information provided here gives an overview of the classification of inmates/detainees in the Chatham County Detention Center. The classification process that is ...
Inmate Classification Process - Detentions
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is strongly committed to the Objective Jail Classification system formulated by the National Institute of Corrections.
Navajo County Sheriff’s Office - Inmate Classification
Inmates housed in the Navajo County Jail are housed according to their classification. An inmate’s classification is determined by their risk to the public, risk to ...
Inmate Classification and Management - 95-96 Annual Report ...
Security and Institutional Management . Inmate Classification and Management (904) 488-9859 SUNCOM 278-9859 Inmate Classification and Management oversees ...
Arizona Department of Corrections
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CHAPTER I ADMISSION, ORIENTATION, AND CLASSIFICATION
CHAPTER I ADMISSION, ORIENTATION, AND CLASSIFICATION I. ADMISSION AND ORIENTATION Male inmates committed by the courts to the MDOC or returned as parole ...
Bureau of Inmate Classification and Management - 97-98 ...
Fred Roesel Bureau Chief (850) 488-9859 SunCom 278-9859 Additional Contact Information : The Bureau of Inmate Classification and Management is responsible for the ...
Chatham County Sheriff's Office Inmate Information
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Offender Classification and Assessment
The typical external prison classification systems use scoring forms that evaluate the offender’s current offense(s), prior criminal record and history, and
Assigning Inmates to Prison
Assigning Inmates to Prison. Prison classification is a method of assessing inmate risks that balance security requirements with program needs.