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Objective jail classification (OJC) is a process of assessing every jail inmate's custody and program needs and is considered one of the most important ...


Items 1 - 7 ... scoring and inmate housing decisions can be minimized and monitored. Furthermore, automated classification data will greatly help jail administrators ...


design and evaluate objective prison classification systems. I was involved in ... validity, highly structured forms are used to score the inmate's custody level.


Items 1 - 8 ... General Classification Information and Scoring Instructions for Inmate ... first custody classification upon return to prison subject to exclusionary ...


(1) Administrative Review: A review of classification scoring, classification level, or classification override requested by an inmate and completed by the ...


May 3, 2019 ... In reviewing CDCR's inmate classification system, we identified ... that call into question the accuracy of CDCR's housing score methodology.


Inmate custody classification process and custody level determination at the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC).


research addressing their suspicions that prisoner risk classification systems ... Areas under the ROCs for female and male classification scores predict-.


Inmates are assigned to a specific level of security based on their custody and classification score, which is initially calculated by the Bureau of Prisons' ...


Inmate Custody Levels. Inmates may be classified and assigned to one of five custodial levels; close, medium, minimum I, minimum II and minimum III. The ...