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min373 10-08-2019 04:21 PM

What is purposeful incarceration like?
 
My husband's plea agreement includes purposeful incarceration but he hasn't started it yet and I was just hoping someone could give me some info on it. Like are they kept separate from general population, what are their days like, etc. Also, he was told that they're paid something like $20 month, which I don't understand why they would be paid but if so that would be great. But anyway any info would be greatly appreciated, thank you.

studebaker71 10-08-2019 04:41 PM

Looks to me a program of some sort has to be assigned.

 What is Purposeful Incarceration or “PI”?
Purposeful Incarceration, or “PI,” is a sentencing order that judges can use in situations where the judge is
committed to modifying a sentence upon the offender’s successful completion of an IDOC Addiction Recovery
Treatment Program. The Department of Correction will provide a substance use disorder assessment to
determine if clinical treatment is appropriate and then make every effort to accommodate quick placement into
an appropriate level of addiction recovery program.


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