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Anyone know what these correctional acronyms mean?

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thedude
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This is a question for anyone that has experience in the correctional system or with reading sentencing data
The following acronyms were written down on a “summary of sentence data” page, and I have know idea what they mean.
I’ve tried looking them up using google etc but they seem to be used only in the corrections system. Any help appreciated.

OTRFA 15 years
ATFA 7years CSWPT
POC + Work Unit
PC not c/w
TFA 15 years
Denied FPC PP 1 cal year
PG all cts. Par Rev Den PO 2/70 mrcal 5077

 
Posted : April 12, 2021 11:03 pm
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What? No takers? No COs? I thought I might get lucky with all these researchers here. It’s looking like a field trip to Folsom.

 
Posted : April 13, 2021 8:33 am
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Well the last one is
Plead Guilty all counts. Parole review denied, feb 1970 something or other.

 
Posted : April 13, 2021 8:49 am
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CSWPT = Consecutive With Present Term

POC = Parole Outpatient Clinic

FA = Felony A (Class A Felony)

FPC = Federal Prison Camp

PC = Protective Custody

Do not know the others. Hope this helps.

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Posted : April 13, 2021 6:57 pm
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CSWPT = Consecutive With Present Term

POC = Parole Outpatient Clinic

FA = Felony A (Class A Felony)

FPC = Federal Prison Camp

PC = Protective Custody

Do not know the others. Hope this helps.

Fantastic! Thank you so much. It helps me a lot.

 
Posted : April 13, 2021 11:58 pm
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CSWPT = Consecutive With Present Term

POC = Parole Outpatient Clinic

FA = Felony A (Class A Felony)

FPC = Federal Prison Camp

PC = Protective Custody

Do not know the others. Hope this helps.

Chaucer, one more question… do you know if parole hearings and parole release dates are always 1 year apart from each other? For instance if the hearing is on April 1, would the release date be April 1?

 
Posted : April 14, 2021 12:09 am
Chaucer
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My understanding is the if the prisoner is found eligible for parole at their parole hearing, then they are immediately released. I’m not an expert on that, but I am fairly certain.

“Murder will out, this my conclusion.”
– Geoffrey Chaucer

 
Posted : April 14, 2021 12:34 am
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My understanding is the if the prisoner is found eligible for parole at their parole hearing, then they are immediately released. I’m not an expert on that, but I am fairly certain.

And if denied, would the next one be exactly 1 year to the date out?

 
Posted : April 14, 2021 12:37 am
Chaucer
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My understanding is the if the prisoner is found eligible for parole at their parole hearing, then they are immediately released. I’m not an expert on that, but I am fairly certain.

And if denied, would the next one be exactly 1 year to the date out?

Depends on the length of the original sentence. For serious crimes, the prisoner must wait 24 months for another parole hearing.

“Murder will out, this my conclusion.”
– Geoffrey Chaucer

 
Posted : April 14, 2021 12:47 am
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