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Old 06-10-2016, 02:59 PM
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Default TN Tomis Sheets Explanation

TOMIS ID: The Tomis ID shows the facility at which an inmate is currently being housed. This will only be changed if an inmate is transferred to another institution.
UNIT ID: The Unit ID shows the location of the inmate within the institution that he is currently housed in, by pod/unit, cell location and the designation of what bunk the inmate sleeps on within that cell.
SUMMARY CURRENT RELEASE DATA: Reflects the overall structure of the inmate's current sentence(s). The date is based on the longest sentence served.
SENTENCE EFFECTIVE DATE: the date at which the inmate's time started counting toward their sentence. It should reflect any jail credit that an inmate should have received. Note: The date may be earlier depending if the court gave you credit for the time you served while awaiting trial.
RELEASE ELIGIBILITY DATE: Better known as a RED date. This is the earliest possible date at which an inmate can be considered for release. This date can be reduced by the inmate earning "good time", or sentence credits/
PRESUMED REGULAR PAROLE DATE: The date shows the amount of time an inmate must serve in years and months before being considered for parole. This date can be reduced by the inmate earning sentence reduction credits.
MANDATORY PAROLE DATE: This date only applies to certain cases.
EXPIRATION DATE: This date shows the amount of time an inmate will have to do to complete a sentence. Better known as "flattening". This date can decrease with any "good time" an inmate earns while incarcerated.
FULL EXPIRATION DATE: This date shows the amount of time an inmate would have to served if he earned no "good time" during the time he is incarcerated.
TOTAL MAXIMUM SENTENCE: This date shows the longest possible sentence or the total of consecutive sentences.
TOTAL MINIMUM SENTENCE: This applies to intermediate sentences only.
OUT TO COURT: A yes (y) indicates that an inmate has additional sentences that have not been processed yet.
The information on the bottom half of the time sheet refers to the offender's sentence structure. Each additional offense is stated one after the other. The following is an explanation of such.
COUNTY/JURISDICTION: This shows the county in which the offender was sentenced.
YR: This shows the year in which the offender was sentenced.
CASE#: This is the case number that the court assigned the inmate while going through the process of getting his time.
COUNT: This is the count number in a case or how many charges the inmate has.
OFFENSE: The offense that the inmate was sent to prison for.
OFFENSE DATE: The date on which the crime was committed.
WAIVER DATE: This is the date on which the offender signed a waiver.
SID: Sentence Imposed Date. This is the date given to the offender by the judge.
BOP DATE: Board of Paroles date. This is the date on which the Board of Parole orders the inmate to beginning serving time for a parole violation.
CUSTODIAL PAROLE: This is the date on which an inmate is paroled from one sentence to another.
CONVICTION CLASS: Shows the class of felony for which the inmate was convicted for. Ranges from a class A-E (reform act 1194)
SENTENCE OFFENDER TYPE: This describes the offender mitigated, standard, career, etc.
SENTENCE LAW: This shows the law which was applied to the case at hand.
LIFE/DEATH/HABITUAL: This is marked with the appropriate letter as pertains to your case.
RANGE/PERCENT: This shows the percentage of time that an inmate must complete before he is eligible for parole. This does not mean that he will get out, only that hie is eligible.
BEHAVIOR: The amount of behavior credits that the inmate earned as of the date of issue.
PROGRAM: The amount of program credits that the inmate earned as the of the date of issue.
PRETRIAL JAIL: The amount of good time that an inmate received while sitting in jail awaiting the conviction. An inmate is eligible to receive up to eight days of good time for every month that he was confined in the jail.
PPSC CREDITS: Credits that have been awarded the date of print.
DEAD TIME: This shows the time that has been spent out on bond, escape, etc. This dime does not count as being served and is only added to the inmate's release eligibility date, expiration date and full expiration date.
DELINQUENT TIME: This time starts counting from the time an inmate's parole was violated. It is applied the same way Dead Time is applied.
STREET TIME: This time is applied to the time spent on the probation or parole. If lost it will apply like Dead Time.
DISCIPLINARY TIME: This shows the extension of time that is added to an offender's Release Eligibility Date or parole either for escape (20%), or for assault.
NET LOSS GCC: Prior system of taking an inmate's good time for receiving a disciplinary.
EXT YEARS: This shows the amount of good time that has been taken in the amount of years.
EXT MONTHS: This shows the amount of good time that has been taken in the amount of months.
EXT DAYS: This shows the amount of good time that has been taken in the amount of days.
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: This shows the full sentence given to the inmate by the court, in days, months and years.
MINIMUM SENTENCE: This shows the amount of time that the inmate will have to serve before completion of the sentence. Good time is taken into account.
CONSECUTIVE TO: This identifies the sentence by county, year, case # and count to which the given sentence is consecutive to.
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These Sheets are very confusing. This will clear up some of the confusion.
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Where can we we view our loved ones sheet
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They will get a TOMIS Sheet every three months... I do not know any way to see these sheets, other than have your loved one mail it out to you...
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