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Film @ 11

Film @ 11 – Ricky Smith (Part 3)




Regarding disposition of Offender #154942: First Time Offender Crime – Cocaine Possession Status – Intensive Supervision Program (House Arrest) MDOC’s Intensive Supervision Program (ISP), commonly referred to as “house arrest,” is an alternative program to incarceration in a facility. Inmates on house arrest must wear a monitoring device bracelet at all times. Depending on an inmate’s sentence, inmates are required to be at home during certain times of the day. If at any time an inmate is not at home during the required curfew, an ISP officer is immediately notified. If necessary, a warrant is issued for the inmate’s arrest if it is considered to be an escape from ISP. An inmate can be classified to ISP by a judge or the joint placement committee of MDOC. The joint placement committee consists of the Commissioner of Corrections or his designee, the Director of Offender Services and the Chairman of the Parole Board or his designee. Qualifications: · Must be within 15 months of earliest release date. (Offender #154942 met this requirement with his earliest release date: Parole Date 02/10/12) · Must be A or B custody (minimum or medium security) to be considered for release to the program. (Offender #154942 met this requirement with minimum custody security class) ]]]]> ]]>

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