Self-Surrenders, Unescorted Transfers and Inmate Designations: Everything you need to know!
A PCG Prison Report© which chronologically lists the events and timetable of the defendant from the day of his sentencing to his arrival at his designated prison. The factors determining the defendant’s initial designation are explored as well as security level factors influencing both the defendant and the choice of institution. The chronology includes the events which occur for both a self-surrendering defendant and a defendant bound over to the U.S. Marshals Service. Unescorted Transfers to Community Corrections Centers (halfway houses) are also discussed. Community-based programs which allow the inmate to work in the community, if designated to a Federal Prison Camp, are investigated. Inmate eligibility criteria are also presented. Finally, inmate overnight furloughs, which allow an inmate to visit his family, are described and eligibility criteria provided. Furlough case histories are also included.