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Corrections
State Department of Correctional Services.
Here are further guidelines.
What should an executive staff in the state and outside the state know about the State Department of Correctional Services?
Address of State Department of Corrections in various states.
Annotations or definition of correctional services.
Annotation or definition of judge in the state.
Abilities to assess other judges and judicial staff in the state.
Adjudication process abilities.
Adult sentencing
Always truthful and well behaved.
Attorney or a Lawyer.
Admissions and releases.
Being banned from public issues instructions.
Board of corrections in the state.
Categories of five laws knowledge.
Confiscate assets of those involved in harms.
Classification of criminal offenses knowledge.
Clemency, Pardon, Parole, Reprieve, Respite
Court commitments.
Community notification of inmate early release.
Community resources.
Community corrections.
Complaint
Corrections Classification Officer.
Correctional center facilities in the state.
Corrections glossary.
Corrections Spending.
Criminal justice glossary.
Criminal law.
Criminal cases.
Criminal justice corrections knowledge.
Criminal offenses knowledge.
Director State Department of Corrections.
Disciplinary action against those involved in harms.
Daily count sheet.
Death Row.
Economy and Budget.
Elements of effective case management.
Embezzlement of property investigator in the state.
English language abilities.
Essential departments in every state.
Felonies and Misdemeanors.
Female offenders.
Female homicide commitments.
Good character, behavior counseling.
Human rights knowledge.
Issues.
Inmates
Inmate profile
Inmate escape incidents.
Inmate mortality report.
Inmate suicide report.
Inmate grievance program.
Imprisonment under pretext of public safety.
Inventory accounting knowledge in the state.
Intelligence and investigative division.
Jail medical staff in the state.
Jail manual in the state.
Judge in a state.
Legal case evaluation.
Lifers.
Military in the state is subordinate to state law.
News.
Occupations relevant to this department in the state.
Offender search.
Parole process.
Parole.
Parole offices in the state.
Parole officers in the state.
Public safety.
Public Safety Act proceedings.
Public reprimand.
Presumptive parole.
Probation
Probation officer in the state.
Probation and parole Investigator in the state.
Professional counseling.
Programs and family services.
Recommendations relevant to judicial staff in the state.
Reentry and recidivism.
Reports and statistics in the state.
Releases (daily, weekly, monthly, annual reports)
Resources and links.
Statistics of Corrections Department in the state.
Staff titles in the state for corrections.
Statewide initiatives/Worldwide initatives.
State Department of Corrections around the world.
Staff titles, State Department of Correctional Services.
State medical parole law.
Search for offenders in the state and outside the state.
Sentencing/Punishments
Special prisoner populations.
Termination of services of specific individual.
Track record of good character, good behavior.
Unusual incident reports.
Victim services.
Wrongful imprisonment.
Youth detention center.

Annotations or definition of correctional services.
What is a state Department of Correctional Services in the state?
A state Department of Correctional Services in the state is one of the essential state government departments in every state.
These guidelines are for government departments of various states around the world.

State means places like California, Illinois, New York, Texas, and Ontario (ON) in North America.
State means places like Kashmir, Karnataka, Jiangsu, France, Germany, Magadan Oblast, and Mongolia in Asia.
Similar states in Africa, Latin, and Australia.

What are other names for state department of corrections in the state or outside the state?
State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision

Police station, correctional center, jail, prison in the state: Is there a difference?
What is the difference between police station, correctional center, jail, and prison in the state?
Here are further guidelines.

Adult sentencing
What is a sentence?
When does sentencing happen?
What is a sentencing hearing?
What is a joint submission?
What is a Pre-Sentence Report (PSR)?
What is a Victim Impact Statement?
What is a finding of guilt?
What is a conviction?
What is a sentence?
A sentence is the penalty that is given to an offender who has pled guilty or who has been found guilty after a trial.
A sentence is different from diversion or a peace bond because the judge must make a finding of guilt before a sentence can be given.
Lawyers and judges will often say things like “pass sentence” or “impose sentence” to describe when an offender is being given a sentence by a judge. .

When does sentencing happen?
In most criminal cases, sentencing usually takes place right after an offender has pled guilty or been found guilty after a trial. In some cases, the judge will not impose a sentence right away, but will instead adjourn the case to a later date for a sentencing hearing.

Adjourning a sentencing may happen for many reasons, and most often happens in more serious cases. A matter is usually adjourned for a sentencing hearing so the offender’s lawyer (or duty counsel) and the ______ can gather information that will help them argue for a certain type of sentence.

For example, a matter may be adjourned so that a letter from the offender’s employer can be obtained, or the ______ can get a victim impact statement from the victim, or a pre-sentence report (PSR) can be prepared. .

What is a sentencing hearing?
A sentencing hearing is where an offender is given a sentence by a judge. It may take place right after an offender has pled guilty or been found guilty – or it may be days, weeks or months afterward. Sentencing hearings can be very short (sometimes only a few minutes) or much longer, taking hours or days to finish.

At some sentencing hearings, the _____ and the offender’s lawyer (or duty counsel) will agree on the type of sentence that the judge should give. At other hearings, the _____ and the offender’s lawyer (or duty counsel) will argue for different sentences. It is important to remember that the judge, not the lawyers, always makes the final decision on what the sentence will be.

As part of their arguments, the _____ and the offender’s lawyer (or duty counsel) can present things like letters, a PSR, or the offender’s criminal record and ask the judge for a certain type and/or length of sentence [link to types of sentence].

The materials presented at a sentencing hearing are often entered as exhibits.

After the lawyers have made their arguments (called “submissions”), the judge will consider their arguments and sentence the offender. Sometimes the judge will do this right after submissions. Other times, the judge will take a break or even adjourn the case to another day to think about what sentence they will give. .

What is a joint submission?
A joint submission is when both the _______ and the offender’s lawyer (or duty counsel) agree on the sentence they are asking the judge to give. In most cases, a joint submission will have been agreed to by lawyers in a resolution meeting.

However, even when the lawyers have a joint submission, the judge does not necessarily have to agree with them and can still give a different type or length of sentence. In many cases, the judge will agree with the joint submission, but the judge always makes the final decision on a sentence.

What is a Pre-Sentence Report (PSR)?
A Pre-Sentence Report (PSR) is a report prepared by a probation officer [jump to probation] to help the judge decide what sentence to give. It is used to find out about an offender’s background.

If a judge orders a PSR, a probation officer will interview the offender, the offender’s family, friends, and employer (if they are working). A case is usually adjourned to allow a probation officer time to prepare the PSR. It usually takes between two and six weeks to prepare. .

What is a Victim Impact Statement?
Some sentencing hearings involve a Victim Impact Statement (VIS). A VIS is usually written by the victim. This is done to allow the victim an opportunity to describe how they have been affected by the criminal offence. It can be read aloud by the victim or _____ or simply filed with the court as an exhibit.

A person is considered a victim if harm has been done to them or they have suffered a physical or emotional loss because of a criminal offence.

If a VIS is made an exhibit and/or read aloud in court, the judge will consider it in sentencing the offender. In some cases, if the victim is in the courtroom, the judge will simply ask them to talk about how the case has affected him or her, even if a VIS hasn’t been prepared.

What is a finding of guilt?
A finding of guilt is a ruling made by a judge. A judge will make a finding of guilt in one of two situations:
•an accused has pled guilty and accepts facts that amount to a criminal offence;
OR
•the _____ has proven at a trial that an accused committed a criminal offence.
Except in certain cases, if a judge makes a finding of guilt, the judge will give the offender a sentence.
Depending on the type of sentence given, the judge may also register a conviction against the offender.

What is a conviction?
An offender who has a conviction registered against them will have a criminal record and will have to apply for a pardon to have the conviction removed.

If a judge makes a finding of guilt and gives any sentence other than an absolute discharge or a conditional discharge, a conviction will be registered against the offender.


Annotation or definition of judge in the state.
Abilities to assess other judges and judicial staff in the state.
Adjudication process abilities.
Judge in a state
Can a judge be unfit for duty?
Yes.

Can an attorney from the other side be unfit for duty?
Yes.

How do you verify that a judge is fit for duty?
Ask him or her relevant questions.
What are the basic human rights?
What is good human character?
What is good human behavior?
How do you define state economy?
How do you define a state budget?
What are the essential ingredients of an economy?
What aren't essential ingredients of the economy?
What is the Essential Commodities Act?
What is the Essential Services Maintenance Act?
Do you know about state planning and development?
What do you know about state planning and development?
Where is it displayed?
Do you understand english language?
What standard and reference of the English language do you follow?
Where is this standard and reference of the English language displayed?
How would you rate your English language ability on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best?
What is your political affiliation?
What are the parameters that determine the elements of effective case management with regard to a human being?

How do you verify that an attorney from the other side is fit for duty?

Ask him or her relevant questions.
What are the basic human rights?
What is good human character?
What is good human behavior?
How do you define state economy?
How do you define a state budget?
What are the essential ingredients of an economy?
What aren't essential ingredients of the economy?
What is the Essential Commodities Act?
What is the Essential Services Maintenance Act?
Do you know about state planning and development?
What do you know about state planning and development?
Where is it displayed?
Do you understand english language?
What standard and reference of the English language do you follow?
Where is this standard and reference of the English language displayed?
How would you rate your English language ability on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best?
What is your political affiliation?
What are the parameters that determine the elements of effective case management with regard to a human being?


Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/justiceworld.html
Make sure the judge in the state has a track record of protecting human rights of residents in the state.
Make sure the judge does not have any sympathy with gangs, mafia, or monopolies in the state disguised as a management housing company or companies in the state.
Make sure the judge knows everything about essential departments in the state.
Make sure the judge has answers and practices answers to the questions elaborated below.

What has experience revealed about an incompetent judge being placed fraudulently in the state?
Here are further guidelines.

Detection of incompetent judge in the state or outside the state.
Issues relevant to the judge on this case.


What should you do if you detect an incompetent judge in the state or outside the state?
Reveal the truth.
Declare publicly that an incompetent judge has been placed in this case.
I do not have confidence in the competence of this judge.
This judge must answer relevant questions publicly to prove his competence.
The judge for this case must be replaced with a judge who answers questions relevant to human rights publicly.

A judge should have a proven track record of protecting human rights.
This judge does not have any proven track record of protecting basic human rights.

What is the proof up to now that the judge is incompetent relevant to this case?
Here are further guidelines.

What do you have to do?
You have to approach the supervising judge in this case and others.
I/we need a judge in this case who has a proven track record of defending human rights.
Take a look at this complaint.

If an individual has the job description of a judge, does that mean the judge is competent?
No.

What are various examples of judges being incompetent?
On September 5, 2013 an individual from Srinagar, Kashmir, Ashwani Kumar, highlighted as a judge, gave a directive to a house officer at the police Kothibagh police station pertaining to land issues at Lalchowk Srinagar, Kashmir.
From his directive, it is evident that he had not done proper legal research before dealing with the case.

What is the most difficult part of administration of justice in or outside the state?
Legal research.

What needs to be done?
Profile of supervising judge and station house officer of specific police station must be displayed.

Is this judge a competent individual?
Is he trying to use police at this location for vested interests?
What are the dimensions of land at this location?
How was this piece of land utilized over the last 40 years?
Who has claimed rights over land use from the state and why?
What justification do they give to claim the rights over land use in the state?
Who has the genuine right of the demarcated land?

Judge in a state

Here are further guidelines.

Felonies and Misdemeanors

Criminal offenses are considered either felonies or misdemeanors. Offenses are classified in the following manner:

Felony Misdemeanor
Class 1 felony Class 1 misdemeanor
Class 2 felony Class 2 misdemeanor
Class 3 felony Class 3 misdemeanor
Class 4 felony Class 4 misdemeanor
Class 5 felony  
Class 6 felony  

COV 18.2-10. Felonies

The authorized punishments for conviction of a felony are:

  1. For Class 1 felonies, death, or imprisonment for life and a fine of up to $100,000.
  2. For Class 2 felonies, imprisonment for life or a minimum of 20 years and a fine of up to $100,000.
  3. For Class 3 felonies, imprisonment for five to 20 years and a fine of up to $100,000.
  4. For Class 4 felonies, imprisonment for two to 10 years and a fine of up to $100,000.
  5. For Class 5 felonies, the jury or court may choose imprisonment for one to 10 years or jail for up to 12 months and a fine of up to $2,500, either or both.
  6. For Class 6 felonies, the jury or court may choose imprisonment for one to five years or jail for up to 12 months and a fine of up to $2,500, either or both.

COV 18.2-11. Misdemeanors

The authorized punishments for conviction of a misdemeanor are:

  1. For Class 1 misdemeanors, confinement in jail for up to twelve months and a fine of up to $2,500, either or both.
  2. For Class 2 misdemeanors, confinement in jail for up to six months and a fine of up to $1,000, either or both.
  3. For Class 3 misdemeanors, maximum fine of $500.
  4. For Class 4 misdemeanors, maximum fine of $250.

Legal case evaluation
What is the difference between legal case evaluation and medical case evaluation?
In medical case evaluation, more than 7,000 medical conditions are kept in mind in various health care settings.

In legal case evaluation, 490 criminal offenses are kept in mind in various health care and legal settings.
The 490 criminal offenses are part of the 7,000 medical conditions all medical doctors must know.
The 490 criminal offenses are part of medical Jurisprudence that all doctors must know.
Ten civil cases are kept in mind while doing legal case evaluation.
A medical doctor should know legal case evaluation and medical case evaluation in various settings.

Are basic human rights violations criminal or civil cases?
Basic human rights violations are criminal cases.

What should you do if you detect basic human rights violations?
In case of basic human rights violations, immediate solutions and remedies are required.
The case you are dealing is an extreme human rights violation.
Alert everyone that this is an extreme case of human rights violations.
The victim suffers from extreme human rights violations.

What type of case is this?
Civil
Criminal (felony, misdemeanor)
Infraction
The issue is not even an infraction.

What is applicable to this case scenario?
The code of civil procedure.
The code of criminal procedure.
Legal crisis.
Legal emergency.
Legal citation.
Legal summons.

What classification of law is applicable to this situation?
Felony.
Misdemeanor.
Infraction.
Malicious prosecution.
Civil case.
Civil case with parallel criminal proceedings.

Criminal cases

What questions do you need to answer relevant to your profile?

Do you need legal help?

_________________________

Do you need legal help, medical help, or both?

_________________________

What is your first name and last name on record?

_________________________

What is your date of birth?

_________________________

What is the place of your birth?

_________________________

What is your mailing address?

_________________________

How long have you lived at this location?

_________________________

How old are you?

_________________________

Is the address you have given your home, home office, or only residence?

_________________________

Were you a good student, average student, or below average student in high school?

_________________________

What has been your legal track record after 18 years of life?

_________________________

What is your gender?

_________________________

What are your assets?

_________________________

What are your abilities and skills?

_________________________

Do you understand, speak, read, and write the English language?

_________________________

What languages can you understand, speak, read, and write?

_________________________

Do you have any duties?

_________________________

Who assigned you these duties?

_________________________

What was your mailing address from birth until now?

_________________________

Where do you live now?

_________________________

How long have you lived at this address?

_________________________

What is your contact information including current mailing address, telephone, e-mail, and any other details, and person to contact in case of emergency?

_________________________

What profession do you identify with?

_________________________

How would you rank you education level?

_________________________

Is your educational level at primary school, middle school, high school, associate’s degree, bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree?

_________________________

What subjects have you studied?

_________________________

What profession have you studied?

_________________________

What are your abilities?

_________________________

What services can you provide?

_________________________

Have you designed or developed any products and services?

_________________________

What are the issues?

_________________________

Were you ever detained or jailed?

_________________________

How many times and how long were you detained or jailed, and what were the reasons?

_________________________

Do you think your detention and/or being put in jail was justified?

_________________________

What concept of law is applicable to this scenario?

_________________________

When was the last time you were hospitalized?

_________________________

What were the reasons for hospitalization?

_________________________

How long did the hospitalization last?

_________________________

Do you think the hospitalization was justified?

_________________________

Where have you travelled up to now in North America, Asia, Africa, Australia, Latin America, or Islands even for one day?

_________________________

Did your parents/guardians and school raise you with liberal values, religious values, or some other values?

_________________________

How were you raised?

_________________________

What details should I know about you now that might later create problems for me, you, and others?

_________________________

What are your goals or plans?

_________________________

What best describes your English language abilities?

_________________________

What does this case need?

_________________________

What do these issues need?

_________________________

Have you ever been convicted of a felony?

_________________________

Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor?

_________________________

Are you currently on probation or parole?

_________________________

What type of crime are you accused of?

_________________________

Were you ever arrested?

_________________________

Was the arrest justified or unjustified?

_________________________

What was the day, month, year, and time of arrest?

_________________________

What was the location of arrest?

_________________________

What were the circumstances of arrest?

_________________________

What did the citation of arrest reveal?

_________________________

Have you ever been to court for this issue or submitted a reply to court?

_________________________

What are the details?

_________________________

Is this individual harmful to public safety?

_________________________

Does the individual have good character and a well behaved track record?

_________________________

Should this individual remain on the job or be terminated from service?

Terminated from service.

Should this resource remain in public service or be banned from public service?
Banned from public service.

Should this individual remain in the community or jail?
Jail.
Legal case evaluation.
Elements of effective case management.

What are the parameters that determine the elements of effective case management with regard to a human being?
These parameters determine elements of case management

What should I know about you?

Profile from birth until now

Address
Activities of everyday living
Annual health assessment
Assets
Abilities/skills
Allergies
Complaint/problem
Communications
Duties
Detention
Education
Habits
Hospitalization
Impairment Rating and Disability Determination
Language
Last updated
Photograph
Profession
Referrals
Survival Needs
Stress
Surgical History
Travel history


Awareness of relevant issues.

What are controversial issues or harms that have occurred?
Is it controversy or harms?
What do you know about controversial issues?
What do you know about harms that have occurred?
What questions need to be answered?


Age of all involved.

What is the age of those involved?
Who are the victims?
Does the victim know about harms?
Does he/she know about relevant issues?
What issues am I having?
In how many issues you are required to bring remedies?


Duration of harm

What best describes the harms?
Single incident.
Multiple incidents.
Prolonged harms for many years.

Incident evaluation

Summary offences
Indictable offences
Minor and non-minor offences
Serious and non-serious offences
Arrestable and non-arrestable offences
Are all indictable offences tried in the higher courts?

Have you answered all relevant questions listed above?

_________________________



Consciousness or level of consciousness during incident.

What was the level of consciousness of the individual during the incident?

_________________________



Crisis or malicious manipulation, if any.

Was any malicious manipulation involved?

_________________________



Drugged to unconsciousness and assaulted or abused.
Assaulted to unconsciousness and abused.

What are the findings in this scenario?

_________________________

The victim does not know about harms during unconsciousness.

Usually, survival needs are not enough.
Solutions, remedies, and relief must go ahead.
Punishments of those involved in harms must go ahead.

Solutions/Remedies/Relief

Adjudication plan.

What are recommendations relevant to this individual?
Increase survival needs.
Decrease survival needs.
Increase remuneration.
Decrease remuneration.
Put this individual under supervision.
Public reprimand.
Other disciplinary action.

Rehabilitation plan.

Punishments of those involved in harms.

What can be various punishments?
Confiscate assets of those involved in harms.
Death penalty.
Disciplinary action against those involved in harms.
Imprisonment under pretext of public safety.
Public reprimand.
Being banned from public issues instructions.
Termination of services of specific individual.
Is there a difference between controversy and harms?
Yes.

What is the difference between controversy and harms?
Controversy is also a dispute.
With harms, various criminal offenses have occurred.
What is a medicolegal case?
What is medical malpractice?
How is vicarious liability defined?
Are there any witnesses?
This question is important.
What did you hear and see?
Who are the witnesses?
Who are apparently involved?
Who is behind them?
Where are further guidelines?
Take a look at this.
www.qureshiuniversity.com
Everything is displayed at this location.

Here are further guidelines.

Here are further guidelines.
Do you need legal help?
Do you need legal help, medical help, or both?

What is the difference between legal case evaluation and medical case evaluation?

In medical case evaluation, more than 70,000 medical conditions are kept in mind in various health care settings.

In legal case evaluation, 490 criminal offenses are kept in mind in various health care and legal settings.

The 490 criminal offenses are part of the 70,000 medical conditions all medical doctors must know. The 490 criminal offenses are part of medical Jurisprudence that all doctors must know.

Ten civil cases are kept in mind while doing legal case evaluation.

A medical doctor should know legal case evaluation and medical case evaluation in various settings.

Are basic human rights violations criminal or civil cases?
Basic human rights violations are criminal cases.

What should you do if you detect basic human rights violations?

In case of basic human rights violations, immediate solutions and remedies are required.
The case you are dealing is an extreme human rights violation.
Alert everyone that this is an extreme case of human rights violations.
The victim suffers from extreme human rights violations.

What type of case is this?
Civil
Criminal (felony, misdemeanor)
Infraction
The issue is not even an infraction.

What is applicable to this case scenario?
The code of civil procedure.
The code of criminal procedure.
Legal crisis.
Legal emergency.
Legal citation.
Legal summons.

What classification of law is applicable to this situation?
Felony.
Misdemeanor.
Infraction.
Malicious prosecution.
Civil case.
Civil case with parallel criminal proceedings.

Criminal cases

Have you ever been convicted of a felony?
Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor?
Are you currently on probation or parole?
What type of crime are you accused of?
Were you ever arrested?
Was the arrest justified or unjustified?
What was the day, month, year, and time of arrest?
What was the location of arrest?
What were the circumstances of arrest?
What did the citation of arrest reveal?
Have you ever been to court for this issue or submitted a reply to court?
What are the details?
Is this individual harmful to public safety?

Should this individual remain on the job or be terminated from service?

Terminated from service.

Should this resource remain in public service or be banned from public service?
Banned from public service.

Should this individual remain in the community of jail?
Jail.

What are the facts of the harms this individual is involved in?
See the enclosures with facts of harms from this individual.
Basic human rights violations are criminal cases.

What will happen if the basic human rights of an individual are violated?
The individual will die or have irreversible disability that requires assisted living.

Disability that needs assisted living.
Disability that does not need assisted living.

All should know that human rights violations that affect the survival needs of a human are criminal violations, not civil violations.

How do you describe the health status of the individual relevant to age of the individual?
100% mentally Fit.
100% physically Fit.

How do you describe the abilities of the individual relevant to a specific profession?

Questions of lawful fitness or safety for specific profession.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/personalitydisordersscreening.html

Is this individual fit for the specific profession?
No.

What is the proof this individual is not fit for the specific profession?
The individual does not have answers to the relevant questions mentioned.
The individual does not practice answers to the relevant questions mentioned. The individual is harmful.

The individual mentioned publicly that if there is a human rights violations, “I do not care.”

Questions you need to answer

What are examples of various civil cases?
What are examples of criminal cases?
What are examples of legal emergencies?
What are examples of legal crises?
What concept of law is applicable to the situation?
What concept of criminal offense is applicable to the situation?
What are the details of the code of criminal procedure?

Complaint
What is a complaint?
What should be included in the complaint?
Here are further guidelines.

Inmates
How should inmates be placed separately in various correctional centers, jails, and prisons in the state?
Inappropriate protesters go to a correctional center in the state.
Felony and misdemeanor inmates go to jail in the state.
Class 1 felon goes to prison in the state.

Inmate profile

How should the profile of an inmate be displayed in inmate search records in the state?
Here are further guidelines.

Military in the state is subordinate to state law.
What should military in the state know?
Military in the state is subordinate to state law.
Police revealed that an investigation could not be completed due to non-cooperation of the army in the state.
Kunan and Poshpora, twin villages of Kupwara district in Kashmir, Asia, had witnessed the worst incident of mass rape during the night of February 23–24, 1991, by troops of the army’s 4-Rajputana Rifles of the 68th Brigade.
Profile of every current and previous military officer in the state must be available with state police and state department of human resources.
Case files should be forwarded to military police in the state.
International help should be sought.
Military officers have to face punishments similar to any other resident of the state for criminal offenses.

Public Safety Act proceedings.
What have been reported findings in this case?

Questions that need to be answered.

What criminal activities like felonies or misdemeanors is he involved in?
What is the exact location of his residence in the state?
How much space is available for his living at his residence?
Is the living space of his residence habitable?
How did he harm anyone from his residence in the state at a walkable distance, for example inappropriate touch, throwing objects, abusive gesture or statement, obstruction of right of way, criminal conspiracy, or similar other harms of felonies or misdemeanors?
What exactly did he do that justified his public safety detention?
How did he harm others?
How did he harm others in last 10 years?
Who are dealing with this case from state police, state military, state courts, state department of corrections and other departments in the state?
Who are the parole officer and correctional officer for this individual?
What criminal activities is he likely going to get involved in that justified his public safety detention?
Is he harmful to public safety?
How is he harmful to public safety?

Jail manual in the state.
Why is it essential to display a jail manual publicly in the state on the Internet?
Various harms, errors, and mistakes have happened due to ignorance of various individuals regarding the jail manual.

Where is a jail manual publicly displayed on the Internet in the state?
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/statedepartmentofcorrectionalservices.html

Staff titles, State Department of Correctional Services.
Classification and Treatment Officer I
Classification and Treatment Officer II
Classification and Treatment Supervisor
Correctional Captain I
Correctional Captain II
Correctional Lieutenant
Correctional Officer
Correctional Officer Recruit
Correctional Sergeant
Corrections Classification Officer
Corrections Program Administrator
Corrections Recreation Leader
Corrections Recreation Program Supervisor
Corrections Unit Administrator I
Corrections Unit Administrator II
Deputy Warden II
Deputy Warden III
Director State Department of Corrections.
Jail Consultant
Jail medical staff in the state.
Jail Services Specialist
Offender Records Administrator
Offender Records Specialist
Offender Records Supervisor
Probation and Parole District Supervisor
Probation and Parole Officer I
Probation and Parole Officer II
Probation and Parole Officer III
Probation and Parole Officer IV

Director State Department of Corrections.
Who is head of the state department of corrections?
Director, state department of corrections.

How many total director of the state department of corrections are around the world?
There are fewer than 326 directors of the state department of corrections around the world.
Here are further guidelines.

Correctional Officer
What advice should correctional officer offer on his release?
You should never lie.
You should always speak the truth.
If you are asked questions about an issue, you should answer truthfully to the best of your abilities and knowledge.
You should not harm others.
If you harm others, public safety act detention will be applicable to the situation.

Corrections Classification Officer.
Inmate Services

Inmate Classification

While in the diagnostic housing unit, inmates will be interviewed and assessed by a Classification Officer within 48 hours. Based on the information obtained from the initial interview, the inmate’s criminal record, and the inmate’s file, an assessment will be completed by the Classification Officer to assist in determining custody status and housing assignments. Inmates are assigned the following custody levels: Maximum Pretrial or Sentenced, Medium Pretrial or Sentenced, or Minimum Pretrial or Sentenced. In most cases, inmates are placed in non-restrictive general population housing units. If special circumstances exist, an inmate may be placed in more restrictive or special housing units such as: Administrative Segregation, Protective Custody, Youthful Offenders, Psychiatric Housing, or Medical Housing. An inmate will be placed in one of these units to maintain the safety and security of the inmate and the institution.

During the initial interview, the Classification Officer will address the inmate’s questions regarding programs, services, court dates, etc. Information obtained during the initial interview will determine housing, job assignments, program placements, and referrals for additional services.

Assigning an Inmate to a Classification Officer

Once an inmate has been classified and transferred from the diagnostic unit, they will be assigned a Classification Officer who will provide direct case management services during his/her incarceration. An inmate may access the services of the Classification Unit by submitting an inmate request form to their Classification Officer. Designated Classification Officers will visit each housing unit at least three times per week. Classification Officers will assist inmates with referrals to the Social Worker, Substance Abuse Counselor, the Public Defender’s Office, and other services offered at the Detention Center.

Inmate/Detainee Classification Officer

Corrections Classification Officer

A corrections classification officer places prison inmates in the appropriate level of custody based on intake interviews and evaluation. This occupation combines social science and corrections knowledge to maintain the safety of inmates and staff at correctional facilities and detention centers.

Job Description of a Corrections Classification Officer

When an inmate is taken into custody and moved to a receiving or processing center, a corrections classification officer evaluates the level of incarceration that will best accommodate that inmate, with the goal of placing him or her in the least restrictive environment. The corrections classification officer meets with inmates to gather relevant information and reviews his or her case file to determine the offender's housing and treatment needs. Additionally, the corrections classification officer helps the inmate adjust to incarceration by answering questions and setting up referrals for psychological or social services. A classification officer applies knowledge of prison or jail regulations, human behavior, social sciences and criminal justice in placing inmates.

Jail medical staff in the state.
What should be the profile of jail medical staff in the state?
You have to have good character, and be well-behaved and competent.
You should not be involved in any criminal activities.
The jail medical staff cannot be involved in criminal activities, for example felony or misdemeanor at any location in the state or outside the state.
If anyone claims to be a physician, specialist, or superspecialist and is involved in criminal activities, he or she has to be punished and imprisoned like any other criminal.
Termination of human health care services with imprisonment should go ahead.
Any individual or individual claiming to be a physician, specialist, or superspecialist cannot get involved in any jail medical services if he/she is involved in criminal activities.

Here are various examples.
The individual in the photograph.

Shaukat Zargar has to be transferred to central jail Srinagar, Kashmir, Asia, for the death penalty .

He cannot function like a physician there even if he claims to be a physician due to Class 1 felony. This has to be explained to him before transfer to central jail for death Penalty.
Jail uniform for individual on death row must be given to him with photograph to public.
If he tries to deviate from his imprisonment routine, it must be explained to him that he will get painful death penalty.

Physician consultation for an inmate in the state.

What should be relevant to an inmate in case physician consultation is required in the state?
What is the profile of the inmate in the state?
What is the exact location of the inmate in the state?
What seems to be the issue?


Health care services, which include medical, dental, mental health care and the Chemical Dependency treatment program, are provided to inmates by on site health care staff. Emphasis is placed on early identification of health concerns, care for acute and chronic health problems and preventive care. Providers offer medically necessary and quality care in accordance with the Department’s Offender Health Plan for offenders.

The DOC Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee establishes and maintains a Department formulary of authorized pharmaceutical management based on the Offender Health Plan.

Practitioners may submit a non–formulary request when alternative formulary medications have failed or are not available.

How do I contact health care staff at a specific facility?
How does an inmate make an appointment with health care staff?
When an inmate arrives at a Department institution, an orientation is provided that describes the institution’s particular procedure for requesting to see health care staff. Usually, offenders who want medical or dental care must submit a written request (kite) which will be screened and prioritized. Appointments are scheduled by health care staff. Emergency medical care is provided as necessary.

Can our family physician be used to provide routine medical services?
No, but inmates are encouraged to have medical records forwarded to the institution’s medical unit for review and inclusion in the medical file. Medications may not be sent by family or other outside sources.

What if the inmate needs specialized treatment?
Some Department institutions have chronic care clinics to provide services to patients with diabetes, heart conditions and other chronic conditions. When it is medically necessary, Department health care staff can refer inmates to community specialists, some of who may come to the specific institution to see patients. Specialty services may include cardiology, orthopedics, oncology, general surgery, oral surgery and obstetrics and gynecology.

What if the inmate needs more than out–patient care?
Several institutions have on site infirmaries that provide 24 ;hour observation and care by _________d health care staff. When an inmate requires hospitalization, community hospitals are used.

If hospitalized in a community hospital, can we visit or contact the hospital to find out the condition of an inmate?

No. All information about the medical status of an inmate must be provided through the institutional medical staff. State laws prohibit the release of most medical information without the inmate’s written consent; therefore, information provided may be very limited. Hospitals, outside providers, and staff who are assigned to remain with the inmate are advised in advance that they cannot provide family with information about the inmate and that the inmate cannot have visitors. This is to ensure the security of the public, hospital administrators, other patients and the inmate. If the family attempts to visit an inmate patient at a hospital, the inmate may be moved to another location for continued care. In case of serious or critical illness, staff will notify the inmate’s identified emergency contact of the inmate’s status.

What if there are questions about treatment or medical conditions?
Family members are often concerned about the medical condition of an inmate. You can contact the institution’s Health Care Department when you have questions about medical care or treatment. The Department, like any health care provider, must abide by the statutes governing a patient’s right to confidentiality of health records. If he or she chooses, the inmate may sign a DOC _______ Authorization for Disclosure of Health Information form, which will be kept on file in Health Services. This form will authorize the Department to provide you with information about his or her medical condition and treatment. This release must be renewed every 90 days.

How does a friend or family member get medical information about an inmate’s treatment or medical condition?
An inmate may choose to share information with a friend or family member regarding his or her medical condition. If they would like the family member to speak directly with Health Services Staff, the inmate should complete the DOC _______ Authorization for Disclosure of Health Information form, indicating telephone or in person type of disclosure.

Can special visiting or telephone contact be made to provide reassurance?
In cases of serious illness, special visits may be arranged through institutional staff. Again, it is important that you do not attempt to visit or call an outside hospital or physician without first receiving authorization through the institution.

How are eyeglasses provided?
There are several ways in which an inmate may receive corrective eyewear. The Department provides inmates the standard issue frame with prescribed lenses. Glasses sent in from the outside are subject to examination by medical/custody staff.

What efforts are made to control contagious disease?
Inmates are screened for infectious disease upon arrival into the Department, including sexually transmitted diseases and tuberculosis. If a health threat is posed to the inmate or staff, the inmate will be placed in isolation until the potential threat is resolved.

Are mental health services available?
The Department has several options for providing mental health care to those who require treatment. All major institutions can provide temporary or short–term in–patient psychiatric care for crisis management and stabilization. If chronic care is required, it is provided in specialized units. When necessary, professional mental health staff, including psychiatrists, meet with inmates and conduct psychiatric evaluations. Staff may also provide individual and group therapy.

Who should be contacted if mental health care services are needed?
If you believe an inmate is having emotional difficulties, you should encourage him or her to contact health care staff or you may contact the inmate’s Counselor, who can assist in arranging an appointment. If you think an inmate has an emergency need, for example, he or she is seriously considering suicide, you should immediately contact the institution.

What dental services are available?
All inmates receive a dental examination early in their incarceration. Dental care is prioritized as to urgency and medical necessity. Under certain circumstances, restorative care (such as fillings), oral surgery (such as extractions), dentures and preventative care are provided. No cosmetic or orthodontic services are provided.
Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/doctorconsultation.html

How are my inmates classified today?
Are newly admitted inmates being classified in a timely manner?
Have inmates who have been in custody for 60 to 90 days been reviewed for reclassification?
Which inmates are due for initial classification or a reclassification review and where are they?
How many classifications are being overridden by staff?
What are the reasons for the overrides?
Are inmates being housed according to the classification system?
Is the classification system classifying inmates by misconduct rates?
Which inmates should be considered for release to control jail crowding?
Which staff are doing the most classifications, and how many overrides are they using?
What are the characteristics of inmates entering jail with respect to special management needs, sociodemographics, and criminal history?
What factors are used for making custody and program placements?
What factors are most influential in determining an inmate’s custody level or program needs?
To what extent are overrides used?
To what extent do staff actually follow the designated scores or recommendations of the screening and custody assessment instruments?
To what extent do staff accept and follow the new classification system policies and procedures?
To what extent do items used for custody designation have an empirical relationship with inmate behavior?
What impact does the jail classification system have on the overall custody levels of the inmate population?
Does the objective classification system improve management of the inmate population?
Does objective classification reduce the incidence of violence (e.g., assaults, fighting)?
Does objective classification reduce the expense of housing inmates?
Is the objective classification system more effective than a subjective classification system or no system at all?

What should every state forward regularly?
Forward profile relevant to state.
Forward human resources relevant to state.
Forward remuneration.

What are examples of various state departments of corrections around the world?
State Department of Corrections around the world.
Address of State Department of Corrections in various states.
What is the Address of State Department of Corrections in various states?
Every state has a central Office mailing address for its state department of corrections.
Correctional facilities, jails, and prisons in the state are connected to the central office mailing address in every state.
Here are further facts.

North American States
  1. Alabama Department of Corrections

  2. Alaska Department of Corrections

  3. Alberta (AB)

  4. Arizona Department of Corrections

  5. Arkansas Department of Correction

  6. British Columbia (BC)

  7. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

  8. Colorado Department of Corrections

  9. Connecticut Department of Correction

  10. Delaware Department of Correction

  11. Florida Department of Corrections

  12. Georgia Department of Corrections

  13. Hawaii Department of Public Safety

  14. Idaho Department of Correction

  15. Illinois Department of Corrections

  16. Indiana Department of Correction

  17. Iowa Department of Corrections

  18. Kansas Department of Corrections

  19. Kentucky Department of Corrections

  20. Louisiana Department of Corrections

  21. Maine Department of Corrections

  22. Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services/District of Columbia Department of Corrections

  23. Massachusetts Department of Correction

  24. Michigan Department of Corrections

  25. Minnesota Department of Corrections

  26. Mississippi Department of Corrections

  27. Missouri Department of Corrections

  28. Montana Department of Corrections

  29. Manitoba (MB)

  30. Mexico (MX)

  31. Nebraska Department of Correctional Services

  32. Nevada Department of Corrections

  33. New Brunswick (NB)

  34. Newfoundland and Labrador (NL)

  35. New Hampshire Department of Corrections

  36. New Jersey Department of Corrections

  37. New Mexico Corrections Department

  38. New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision

  39. Northwest Territories (NT)

  40. Nova Scotia (NS)

  41. Nunavut (NU)

  42. North Carolina Department of Correction

  43. North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

  44. Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

  45. Oklahoma Department of Corrections

  46. Ontario (ON)

  47. Oregon Department of Corrections

  48. Pennsylvania Department of Corrections

  49. Prince Edward Island (PE)

  50. Quebec (QC)

  51. Rhode Island Department of Corrections

  52. Saskatchewan (SK)

  53. South Carolina Department of Corrections

  54. South Dakota Department of Corrections

  55. Tennessee Department of Correction

  56. Texas Department of Criminal Justice

  57. Utah Department of Corrections

  58. Vermont Department of Corrections

  59. Virginia Department of Corrections

  60. Washington State Department of Corrections

  61. West Virginia Division of Corrections

  62. Wisconsin Department of Corrections

  63. Wyoming Department of Corrections

  64. Yukon (YT)
    Asian States

  65. Albania

  66. Andorra

  67. Armenia

  68. Austria

  69. Azerbaijan

  70. Arkhangelsk Oblast

  71. Anhui Province

  72. Afghanistan

  73. Assam

  74. Arunachal Pradesh

  75. Andhra Pradesh

  76. Andaman and Nicober Islands

  77. Bangladesh

  78. Bhutan

  79. Brunei

  80. Belarus

  81. Belgium

  82. Bosnia and Herzegovina

  83. Bulgaria

  84. Bihar

  85. Bahrain

  86. Chechnya

  87. Croatia

  88. Cyprus

  89. Czech Republic

  90. Cambodia

  91. Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

  92. Chhattisgarh

  93. Daman and Diu

  94. Dadra and Nagar Haveli

  95. Delhi

  96. Denmark

  97. England

  98. Estonia

  99. East Timor

  100. Finland

  101. Fujian Province

  102. France

  103. Gujarat

  104. Goa

  105. Georgia

  106. Germany

  107. Gibraltar

  108. Greece

  109. Gansu Province

  110. Guangdong Province

  111. Guangxi Province

  112. Guizhou

  113. Heilongjiang

  114. Hong Kong

  115. Hubei

  116. Hainan Province

  117. Henan Province

  118. Hunan Province

  119. Himachal Pradesh

  120. Hungary

  121. Inner Mongolia

  122. Indonesia

  123. Iran

  124. Iraq

  125. Iceland

  126. Ireland

  127. Italy

  128. Islamabad

  129. Japan

  130. Jeddah

  131. Jiangxi Province

  132. Jordan

  133. Jiangsu

  134. Jiangxi

  135. Jilin

  136. Jharkhand

  137. Kashmir

  138. Karnataka

  139. Kerala

  140. Kazakhstan

  141. Korea - North

  142. Korea - South

  143. Kyrgyzstan

  144. Kuwait

  145. Kaliningrad Oblast

  146. Lakshadweep

  147. Latvia

  148. Liechtenstein

  149. Lithuania

  150. Luxembourg

  151. Laos

  152. Lebanon

  153. Liaoning Province

  154. Liaoning

  155. Manipur

  156. Mizoram

  157. Maharashtra

  158. Madhya Pradesh

  159. Meghalaya

  160. Malaysia

  161. Maldives

  162. Magadan Oblast

  163. Mongolia

  164. Myanmar

  165. Macedonia

  166. Malta

  167. Medina

  168. Mecca

  169. Moldova

  170. Monaco

  171. Montenegro

  172. Nagaland

  173. Netherlands

  174. Northern Ireland

  175. Norway

  176. Ningxia

  177. Nepal

  178. Oman

  179. Orissa

  180. Puducherry

  181. Punjab

  182. Peshawar

  183. Philippines

  184. Poland

  185. Portugal

  186. Palestine

  187. Qinghai Province

  188. Qinghai

  189. Qatar

  190. Rajasthan

  191. Romania

  192. Sikkim

  193. Syria

  194. Singapore

  195. Sri Lanka

  196. Scotland

  197. Serbia

  198. Slovakia

  199. Slovenia

  200. Spain

  201. Sweden

  202. Switzerland

  203. Shaanxi Province

  204. Shandong

  205. Shanxi

  206. Sichuan

  207. Taiwan

  208. Tajikistan

  209. Thailand

  210. Tibet

  211. Tripura

  212. Tamil Nadu

  213. Turkey

  214. Turkmenistan

  215. Ukraine

  216. Uzbekistan

  217. Uttarakhand

  218. United Arab Emirates

  219. Uttar Pradesh

  220. Vietnam

  221. Vatican City

  222. Wales

  223. West Bengal

  224. Xinjiang

  225. Yunnan

  226. Yemen

  227. Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

  228. Zhejiang
    Africa

  229. Algeria

  230. Angola

  231. Burundi

  232. Benin

  233. Burkina Faso

  234. Botswana

  235. Cape Verde

  236. Côte d'Ivoire

  237. Comoros

  238. Cameroon

  239. Central African Republic

  240. Chad

  241. Canary Islands

  242. Ceuta

  243. Democratic Republic of the Congo

  244. Djibouti

  245. Egypt

  246. Eritrea

  247. Ethiopia

  248. Equatorial Guinea

  249. Gabon

  250. Gambia

  251. Ghana

  252. Guinea

  253. Guinea-Bissau

  254. Kenya

  255. Liberia

  256. Lesotho

  257. Madagascar

  258. Malawi

  259. Mauritius

  260. Mayotte

  261. Mozambique

  262. Mali

  263. Mauritania

  264. Madeira

  265. Melilla

  266. Morocco

  267. Niger

  268. Nigeria

  269. Namibia

  270. Réunion

  271. Rwanda

  272. Republic of the Congo

  273. São Tomé and Príncipe

  274. Saint Helena

  275. Senegal

  276. Sierra Leone

  277. Seychelles

  278. Somalia

  279. South Africa

  280. Swaziland

  281. South Sudan

  282. Sudan

  283. Tanzania

  284. Togo

  285. Tunisia

  286. Uganda

  287. Western Sahara

  288. Zambia

  289. Zimbabwe
    Australia

  290. Northern Territory

  291. South Australia

  292. Queensland

  293. New South Wales

  294. Victoria (Australia)

  295. Western Australian

  296. Tasmania

  297. New Zealand
    Latin

  298. Acre (Asif Province)

  299. Alagoas

  300. Amapá

  301. Amazonas

  302. Bahia

  303. Buenos Aires Province

  304. Ceará

  305. Chubut Province

  306. Córdoba Province

  307. Goiás

  308. Bolivia

  309. Chile

  310. Colombia

  311. Ecuador

  312. Falkland Islands

  313. French Guiana

  314. Guyana

  315. Paraguay

  316. Peru

  317. Río Negro

  318. Santa Cruz

  319. Santa Fe Province

  320. Salta Province

  321. South Georgia

  322. Suriname

  323. Uruguay

  324. Venezuela
    Here are further guidelines.

    Here are further guidelines.

Embezzlement of property investigator in the state.
What are the duties of an embezzlement of property investigator in the state?
To remind courts in the state and outside the state that a management company is trying to embezzle property that is mainly regulated by various essential departments in the state.

To remind essential departments in the state and outside the state of their duty to provide resources for buildings and residents in the state.

If a management company declares that it own a building, does that mean the management company is the genuine owner of the building?
No.

Who from state has minimum duty to provide resources for the building in the state?
Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/statehousinganddevelopmentworld.html

Probation and parole Investigator in the state.
What are the duties of a probation and parole Investigator in the state?
Is there a difference between a probation and parole investigator in the state and an investigator of offenders’ backgrounds in the state?

Here are further guidelines.

Parole.
Parole offices in the state.
Parole officers in the state.
Parole process.
What's the difference between probation and parole in the state?
Who is eligible for parole?
What happens when an offender violates his parole?
How does the Division of Parole supervise parolees?
What's the difference between probation and parole in the state?
Probation and parole are both alternatives to incarceration. However, probation occurs prior to and often instead of jail or prison time, while parole is an early release from prison.

Probation and parole sentencing options are similar, yet different in some ways. First, parole is a conditional release from prison that allows a prisoner to rejoin the community after serving all, or a part, of his or her prison term. Probation, on the other hand, is a sentencing order that allows a person convicted of a crime to remain out of jail altogether. Secondly, in both cases, a person on probation or parole must follow certain court-ordered procedures and keep from getting into trouble with the law. Probation and parole violations both occur when a person either breaks the rules or fails to keep the terms of their probation or parole, including getting arrested for another offense. Thirdly, probation and parole violations both carry significant consequences and penalties. When a probation or parole violation occurs, it may result in the person returning back to jail (if on parole), or entering jail (if on probation), depending on the particular circumstances of the case.

Who is eligible for parole?
Each offender has a "parole eligibility date," which is the first time they have the opportunity for parole. This is generally set at one-third of the sentenced term (except in the case of an indeterminate sentence or unless otherwise specified). If the offender is paroled before this date, the prisoner can still not leave until his or her parole eligibility date. If an offender is sentenced to life in prison, without parole, they will not be eligible at any time.

What happens when an offender violates his parole?
How does the Division of Parole supervise parolees?
Here are further facts.

Probation
Probation officer
What is probation in a state?
How long is a person "on probation" in a state?
What are some examples of the terms or conditions of probation in a state?
What happens if you violate your probation?
What are your legal rights at a revocation hearing?
What happens if your probation is revoked?
Can you appeal a probation violation conviction?
Can you ever shorten your time on probation?
What's the difference between probation and parole in the state?
Probation Officers and Parole Officers: What Is the Difference?

Here are further guidelines.
What is probation in a state?
Probation is the suspension of a jail sentence that allows a person convicted of a crime a chance to remain in the community, instead of going to jail. Probation requires that you follow certain court-ordered rules and conditions under the supervision of a probation officer. Typical conditions may include performing community service, meeting with your probation officer, refraining from using illegal drugs or excessive alcohol, avoiding certain people and places, and appearing in court during requested times. -

How long is a person "on probation" in a state?
The amount of time you are on probation depends on the offense and laws of your state. Typically, probation lasts anywhere from one to three years, but can last longer and even up to life depending on the type of conviction, such as drug or sex offenses.

What are some examples of the terms or conditions of probation in a state?
A person who is placed on probation is usually required to report to a probation officer and follow a variety of conditions during the probation period. Specific conditions may include: Regularly meeting with your probation officer at set times; Appearing at any scheduled court appearances; Paying fines or restitutions (monies to victims); Avoiding certain people and places; Not traveling out of state without the permission of your probation officer; Obeying all laws, including minor laws such as jaywalking; Refraining from illegal drug use or excessive alcohol use; and/or Submitting to drug or alcohol testing.Typically, the conditions imposed relate to the type of criminal offense. For example, a judge may require you to submit to periodic drug testing or attend a drug rehabilitation program for a drug-related offense. Similarly, a judge may require that you avoid specific people or group members for a gang-related or battery type of offense.

What happens if you violate your probation?
Probation violation occurs when you break any of the rules or conditions set forth in the probation order at any time during the probation period. When a potential violation is discovered, your probation officer has the discretion to simply give you a warning, or require you to attend a probation violation hearing. If a judge determines that you violated your probation, you may face additional probation terms, heavy fines, a revoked probation, jail time, or more.

What are your legal rights at a revocation hearing?
During a revocation hearing, the prosecuting attorney must show that you, more likely than not, violated a term or condition of your probation using a "preponderance of the evidence" standard. Generally, you have a right to learn of any new charges against you and to present evidence in court before a neutral judge that may support your case and/or refute the evidence brought against you. You may want to consult with an attorney or other legal professional regarding the rights available to you in your particular state.

What happens if your probation is revoked?
A revoked probation does not automatically mean you will be sent to jail. A judge has a variety of options available during sentencing. For instance, upon a revoked probation, a judge may add an extra length to the probation, impose additional fines, or require you get counseling or attend other treatment programs. Even so, a judge may order you to serve a brief period of time in jail, or require you to serve the time allotted on your original sentence, depending on the circumstances. Upon conviction of probation violation, you may request a bail hearing to allow you to remain free for a brief period of time before having to serve time in jail or before a judge makes his final determination.

Can you appeal a probation violation conviction?
Yes. In most states, you can appeal a probation violation conviction to the state's next highest court. If the court finds that the lower court erred, or that there was insufficient evidence to support the conviction, you may have your probation violation dismissed.

Can you ever shorten your time on probation?
Yes. In most states, you can appeal a probation violation conviction to the state's next highest court. If the court finds that the lower court erred, or that there was insufficient evidence to support the conviction, you may have your probation violation dismissed.

In most states, you may apply for an early release from probation, yet it is entirely discretionary (not mandatory) for a judge to allow. Typically, a deciding judge will require you to have served at least a third of your probation before eligibility for early release. In addition, a judge may require all of the conditions on your probation be met, for example, rehabilitation classes completed, community service performed, and monies paid. Also, certain offenses such as DUI, sex offenses, and jail felonies are not eligible for early release in most states.

What's the difference between probation and parole in the state?
Probation and parole are both alternatives to incarceration. However, probation occurs prior to and often instead of jail or prison time, while parole is an early release from prison.

Probation and parole sentencing options are similar, yet different in some ways. First, parole is a conditional release from prison that allows a prisoner to rejoin the community after serving all, or a part, of his or her prison term. Probation, on the other hand, is a sentencing order that allows a person convicted of a crime to remain out of jail altogether. Secondly, in both cases, a person on probation or parole must follow certain court-ordered procedures and keep from getting into trouble with the law. Probation and parole violations both occur when a person either breaks the rules or fails to keep the terms of their probation or parole, including getting arrested for another offense. Thirdly, probation and parole violations both carry significant consequences and penalties. When a probation or parole violation occurs, it may result in the person returning back to jail (if on parole), or entering jail (if on probation), depending on the particular circumstances of the case.

Probation Officers and Parole Officers: What Is the Difference?
Correctional officers are employed to supervise individuals in the corrections system. This includes the supervision of individuals at time of arrest, through the court systems, during probation, throughout incarceration and during parole. Probation and parole officers are both specialized types of correctional officers.

Probation and parole officers supervise people who have been put on probation and parole.

Probation and parole officers typically share the same duties with one exception. A parole officer supervises offenders who have been released from prison after serving part of their sentence. A probation officer supervises those who are sentenced to serve probation instead of being incarcerated.

Parole officers ensure that offenders register with local police agencies. They may require offenders to undergo drug testing. Parole officers set the time and place for the offender to report to the officer.

Probation officers investigate the offender's personal history, perform background checks and report these findings to the court system. Probation officers can make recommendations that revoke or modify the terms of the offender's probation. Probation officers maintain case records and assist in courtroom procedures as required.

It is the probation and parole officer's main goal to keep offenders from repeating past crimes or violating parole and ending up returning to prison.

Probation officer in the state.
What is a probation officer in the state?
Probation officer in the state is relevant to state department of corrections, state courts, and various relevant essential departments in the state.
In the real world, you should be able to ask and answer questions in English language relevant to being a probation officer.
Showing an academic degree relevant to being a probation officer is not enough.

What are other names for probation officer in the state?
Correctional treatment specialists.

What is the remuneration or salary of this job in the state?
Remuneration or salary of this job depends on the state of the economy in the state and outside the state.
A probation officer has to ask lots of questions to reach to justified recommendation.
Do not get swayed by the rhetoric that, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the mean annual salary of probation officers and correctional treatment specialists was $47,840 / $23.00 hourly in 2011.
You should ask for remuneration, for example through ration card in Kashmir, Asia, or remuneration through link card in Illinois, North America.

How many probation officers are there in every state?
There are thousands of probation officers in every state.
Every state must display yearly statistics of number of probation officers in the state.

Here are further guidelines.


Search for offenders in the state and outside the state.
Inmate search detail report

Is there a difference between inmate search detail report and offender background investigation report?
Yes.

What is the difference between inmate search detail report and offender background investigation report?
An offender background investigation report has more facts than an inmate search detail report.

What is included in inmate search detail report in the state?

What is the name, date of birth, gender, race, height, weight, age, Department of Correction identification, current location, admission date of inmate in the state?
How do you do search for offenders in the state?

An offender search goes ahead relevant to state.
Every state must maintain a database for offender search on the Internet.
Here are further facts.
Every state maintains an Internet presence of offender search.

Here are further facts.
North American States
  1. Alabama (AL)

  2. Alaska (AK)

  3. Arizona Department of Corrections

  4. Arkansas (AR)

  5. Alberta (AB)

  6. British Columbia (BC)

  7. California (CA)

  8. Colorado (CO)

  9. Connecticut (CT)

  10. Delaware (DE)

  11. Florida (FL)

  12. Georgia (GA)

  13. Hawaii (HI)

  14. Idaho (ID)

  15. Illinois (IL)

  16. Indiana (IN)

  17. Iowa (IA)

  18. Kansas (KS)

  19. Kentucky (KY)

  20. Louisiana (LA)

  21. Maine (ME)

  22. Maryland (MD)

  23. Massachusetts (MA)

  24. Michigan (MI)

  25. Minnesota (MN)

  26. Mississippi (MS)

  27. Missouri (MO)

  28. Montana (MT)

  29. Manitoba (MB)

  30. Mexico (MX)

  31. Nebraska (NE)

  32. Nevada (NV)

  33. New Hampshire (NH)

  34. New Jersey (NJ)

  35. New Mexico (NM)

  36. New York (NY)

  37. North Carolina (NC)

  38. North Dakota (ND)

  39. New Brunswick (NB)

  40. Newfoundland and Labrador (NL)

  41. Northwest Territories (NT)

  42. Nova Scotia (NS)

  43. Nunavut (NU)

  44. Ohio (OH)

  45. Oklahoma (OK)

  46. Oregon (OR)

  47. Ontario (ON)

  48. Pennsylvania (PA)

  49. Prince Edward Island (PE)

  50. Quebec (QC)

  51. Rhode Island (RI)

  52. South Carolina (SC)

  53. South Dakota (SD)

  54. Saskatchewan (SK)

  55. Tennessee (TN)

  56. Texas (TX)

  57. Utah (UT)

  58. Vermont (VT)

  59. Virginia (VA)

  60. Washington (WA)

  61. West Virginia (WV)

  62. Wisconsin (WI)

  63. Wyoming (WY)

  64. Yukon (YT)
    Asian States

  65. Albania

  66. Andorra

  67. Armenia

  68. Austria

  69. Azerbaijan

  70. Arkhangelsk Oblast

  71. Anhui Province

  72. Afghanistan

  73. Assam

  74. Arunachal Pradesh

  75. Andhra Pradesh

  76. Andaman and Nicober Islands

  77. Bangladesh

  78. Bhutan

  79. Brunei

  80. Belarus

  81. Belgium

  82. Bosnia and Herzegovina

  83. Bulgaria

  84. Bihar

  85. Bahrain

  86. Chechnya

  87. Croatia

  88. Cyprus

  89. Czech Republic

  90. Cambodia

  91. Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

  92. Chhattisgarh

  93. Daman and Diu

  94. Dadra and Nagar Haveli

  95. Denmark

  96. England

  97. Estonia

  98. East Timor

  99. Finland

  100. Fujian Province

  101. France

  102. Gujarat

  103. Goa

  104. Georgia

  105. Germany

  106. Gibraltar

  107. Greece

  108. Gansu Province

  109. Guangdong Province

  110. Guangxi Province

  111. Guizhou

  112. Heilongjiang

  113. Hong Kong

  114. Hubei

  115. Hainan Province

  116. Henan Province

  117. Hunan Province

  118. Himachal Pradesh

  119. Hungary

  120. Inner Mongolia

  121. Indonesia

  122. Iran

  123. Iraq

  124. Iceland

  125. Ireland

  126. Italy

  127. Islamabad

  128. Japan

  129. Jeddah

  130. Jiangxi Province

  131. Jordan

  132. Jiangsu

  133. Jiangxi

  134. Jilin

  135. Jharkhand

  136. Kashmir

  137. Karnataka

  138. Kerala

  139. Kazakhstan

  140. Korea - North

  141. Korea - South

  142. Kyrgyzstan

  143. Kuwait

  144. Kaliningrad Oblast

  145. Lakshadweep

  146. Latvia

  147. Liechtenstein

  148. Lithuania

  149. Luxembourg

  150. Laos

  151. Lebanon

  152. Liaoning Province

  153. Liaoning

  154. Manipur

  155. Mizoram

  156. Maharashtra

  157. Madhya Pradesh

  158. Meghalaya

  159. Malaysia

  160. Maldives

  161. Magadan Oblast

  162. Mongolia

  163. Myanmar

  164. Macedonia

  165. Malta

  166. Medina

  167. Mecca

  168. Moldova

  169. Monaco

  170. Montenegro

  171. NCT of Delhi

  172. Nagaland

  173. Netherlands

  174. Northern Ireland

  175. Norway

  176. Ningxia

  177. Nepal

  178. Oman

  179. Orissa

  180. Puducherry

  181. Punjab

  182. Peshawar

  183. Philippines

  184. Poland

  185. Portugal

  186. Palestine

  187. Qinghai Province

  188. Qinghai

  189. Qatar

  190. Rajasthan

  191. Romania

  192. Sikkim

  193. Syria

  194. Singapore

  195. Sri Lanka

  196. Scotland

  197. Serbia

  198. Slovakia

  199. Slovenia

  200. Spain

  201. Sweden

  202. Switzerland

  203. Shaanxi Province

  204. Shandong

  205. Shanxi

  206. Sichuan

  207. Taiwan

  208. Tajikistan

  209. Thailand

  210. Tibet

  211. Tripura

  212. Tamil Nadu

  213. Turkey

  214. Turkmenistan

  215. Ukraine

  216. Uzbekistan

  217. Uttarakhand

  218. United Arab Emirates

  219. Uttar Pradesh

  220. Vietnam

  221. Vatican City

  222. Wales

  223. West Bengal

  224. Xinjiang

  225. Yunnan

  226. Yemen

  227. Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

  228. Zhejiang
    Africa

  229. Algeria

  230. Angola

  231. Burundi

  232. Benin

  233. Burkina Faso

  234. Botswana

  235. Cape Verde

  236. Côte d'Ivoire

  237. Comoros

  238. Cameroon

  239. Central African Republic

  240. Chad

  241. Canary Islands

  242. Ceuta

  243. Democratic Republic of the Congo

  244. Djibouti

  245. Egypt

  246. Eritrea

  247. Ethiopia

  248. Equatorial Guinea

  249. Gabon

  250. Gambia

  251. Ghana

  252. Guinea

  253. Guinea-Bissau

  254. Kenya

  255. Liberia

  256. Lesotho

  257. Madagascar

  258. Malawi

  259. Mauritius

  260. Mayotte

  261. Mozambique

  262. Mali

  263. Mauritania

  264. Madeira

  265. Melilla

  266. Morocco

  267. Niger

  268. Nigeria

  269. Namibia

  270. Réunion

  271. Rwanda

  272. Republic of the Congo

  273. São Tomé and Príncipe

  274. Saint Helena

  275. Senegal

  276. Sierra Leone

  277. Seychelles

  278. Somalia

  279. South Africa

  280. Swaziland

  281. South Sudan

  282. Sudan

  283. Tanzania

  284. Togo

  285. Tunisia

  286. Uganda

  287. Western Sahara

  288. Zambia

  289. Zimbabwe
    Australia

  290. Northern Territory

  291. South Australia

  292. Queensland

  293. New South Wales

  294. Victoria (Australia)

  295. Western Australian

  296. Tasmania

  297. New Zealand
    Latin

  298. Acre (Asif Province)

  299. Alagoas

  300. Amapá

  301. Amazonas

  302. Bahia

  303. Buenos Aires Province

  304. Ceará

  305. Chubut Province

  306. Córdoba Province

  307. Goiás

  308. Bolivia

  309. Chile

  310. Colombia

  311. Ecuador

  312. Falkland Islands

  313. French Guiana

  314. Guyana

  315. Paraguay

  316. Peru

  317. Río Negro

  318. Santa Cruz

  319. Santa Fe Province

  320. Salta Province

  321. South Georgia

  322. Suriname

  323. Uruguay

  324. Venezuela
    Here are further guidelines.

    Here are further guidelines.

Statistics of Corrections Department in the state.
What is the yearly statistics of Corrections Department in the state?
How many individuals are in the jail today in the state, for example up to 1PM today?
Where is the profile of individuals displayed on the Internet who are in jail today in the state, for example up to 1PM today?
How many facilities are there relevant to Corrections Department in the state?
What are the details of each correctional facility in the state?
What is the profile of staff of state department of corrections and each correctional facility in the state?
How many probation officers are there in the state?
What is the profile of staff of each correctional facility in the state?
What food resources is each correctional facility getting each year from state department of food and supplies?
What is the profile of relatives of state department of corrections staff and each correctional facility in the state?

Why is the answer to this question relevant to relatives of staff in the state essential?

Experience has shown that if criminals involved in felonies/misdemeanors have relatives that are on staff of the state department of corrections and each correctional facility in the state, they trick the system and escape punishments. It must be explained to staff that he or she will lose his or her job if he or she gets involved in aiding and abetting criminals to escape punishment.

Staff of state department of corrections and each correctional facility in the state must know not to give any concession to any professional claiming to be lawyer, physician, engineer, administrator, or even former head of the state in case he/she is involved in felonies or misdemeanors crimes. Treat them like any other criminals.
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Clemency, Pardon, Parole, Reprieve, Respite
How should any clemency, pardon, reprieve, parole, and/or respite proceed inside and outside the state?
Someone who threatens public safety cannot get clemency, pardon, reprieve, or respite inside or outside the state.
All clemency, pardon, reprieve, and respite processes must proceed through essential departments of the state, like the state’s department of corrections, police department, and department of human services, inside and outside the state.
If any criminal is released from detention into the community due to corruption, an alert must be circulated that criminals have been released due to corruption that can harm public safety. Enhance community policing. Such criminals should go back to prison for being harmful to others.

Is there a difference between clemency and commutation?
No, there is not.
Clemency or commutation means the same.
Commutation is one form of clemency.

Clemency, pardon, parole, reprieve, and respite: What is the difference?
Clemency or commutation is the reduction of punishment.
A pardon means to officially forgive someone for committing a crime and free them from prison.
A reprieve is a temporary postponement of a sentence.
Respite means a period of time when you are able to stop doing something that is difficult or unpleasant or when something difficult or unpleasant stops or is delayed.
Parole refers to the early release from prison. Parole is the provisional release of a prisoner who agrees to certain conditions prior to the completion of the maximum sentence period, Parole is not similar to unconditional release due to an unjustified detention inside or outside the state.
Remission means a change in the type of punishment, such as simple imprisonment instead of rigorous imprisonment.
Another word for clemency is amnesty or the commutation of a sentence.

Doctor Asif Qureshi recommends that a state governor stop the execution of an individual in prison sentenced to death and change the sentence from execution to life in prison; the person is still considered a convict, but the penalty has been significantly lessened. This is an example of clemency for an individual in prison.

Parole issues.

Did this person really harm another individual or individuals?
Yes.

Did the individual or individuals who processed this case verify that the person was not under any duress?
Yes.

Is person harmful to public safety and likely to harm others?
Yes.
If yes to all, the person is not eligible for parole.

Sentencing/Punishments
What should you know about sentencing/punishments in the state and outside the state?
Sentencing/punishment does not end with sending individual to jail.

Questions that need to be answered after sentencing/punishment.

How is the progress of sentencing/punishment of the offender in the jail in the state?
Is the offender getting required punishment relevant to the felonies or misdemeanors and harms the offender has inflected on others?
How is the public in the state and outside the state reminded about punishments an offender is getting?

Never release a felon criminal into the community who has been declared not eligible for parole.
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Track record of good character, good behavior.
What is the name and date of birth of the individual facing criminal charges?
What is the track record of good character and good behavior of this individual for the last 10 years?
Has this individual been involved in any felony or misdemeanor for the last 10 years?
What is the profile and mailing address of this individual from birth until now?
If an individual has a track record of good character and good behavior for the last 10 years, and has not been involved in any felony or misdemeanor, what should you do if any issue comes up?

Always review the issue carefully.
Do not be hasty in reaching a conclusion.
The issues can get challenged.
Last Updated: October 23, 2017