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doc.sd.gov/about/faq/classification.aspx

Inmates are assigned one of four custody levels: Maximum, High Medium, Low Medium, or minimum. This custody level determines the facility an inmate will be  ...

nicic.gov/objective-jail-classification-systems-guide-jail-administrators

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 ...

www.mass.gov/service-details/inmate-security-classification

An inmate's custody level and facility is determined through the classification process. An inmate's needs are assessed through a point-based system that ...

plsma.org/prisoner-self-help/prison-procedures/classification

Prisoners are classified when they enter DOC custody. A correctional program officer (CPO) fills out the Objective Classification Form, which is then reviewed by a “ ...

study.com/academy/answer/what-does-the-inmate-classification-ci-mean.html

Inmate Classifications: There are people in prisons around the United States serving time for crimes of various severity. Because of the size of the detention ...

www.northpointeinc.com/files/publications/small_jails.pdf

Much classification simply occurs on a "space available" basis (i.e. inmates are housed where there is an empty bunk). These adaptations have many negative ...

federalprisonauthority.com/inmate-classification-bop-designation

Dec 30, 2014 ... Prisoner Classification and BOP Designation. How are prisoners Designated? Prisoners are classified by the BOP according to procedures set ...

askinglot.com/how-long-does-it-take-for-an-inmate-to-get-classified

Jun 4, 2020 ... What does custody classification mean? If eligible to receive good time, custody classification is the result of scoring established criteria including ...

www.michigan.gov/corrections/0,4551,7-119-9741_9742-23413--,00.html

Corrections - A review is made of all the material collected about the prisoner, including the presentence report. A classification committee, which includes a ...

files.nc.gov/ncdps/documents/files/IntroNCPrisons.pdf

Inmates may be classified and assigned to the following custodial levels: close, medium, minimum I, minimum II, and minimum III. The classification levels are in.