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Old 05-19-2009, 09:00 PM
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Does anyone know what Prisons are supposed to close by Oct? I remember reading something about us being notified by May 2, and then May 15.

Does anyone know what I am talking about?

I looked at the budget for this year and I don't see anything for camps.....so I am wondering if that means they are closing?
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MDOC to Close Two Facilities
The decision to close Southern Michigan Correctional
Facility and the 7 Block of Charles Egeler Reception

and Guidance Center is the
first step in implementing


the department’s budget recommendation.
Robert Scott Correctional Facility to Close
Robert Scott Correctional Facility will close in May 2009

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They are apparently voting on camp cusino as well the 27th of this month.
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I wish they would close the camps down because they only house 200-350 prisoners...... whats the point in that? Unless they just have one big camp.

The drive is a pain in the @$$........but I will be making it next weekend. All 600 miles with a two year old.

These guys better know that we love them
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I wish they would close the camps down because they only house 200-350 prisoners...... whats the point in that? Unless they just have one big camp.

The drive is a pain in the @$$........but I will be making it next weekend. All 600 miles with a two year old.

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This is kinda off topic, but I was wondering how they determine the level someone will go to...I know they do tests at reception but what else does it depend on?? I know someone that just went and they put him at a level 4...he's only serving 2 years...my boyfriend has 49 months--15 years..does this mean he will go to a high level??
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This is kinda off topic, but I was wondering how they determine the level someone will go to...I know they do tests at reception but what else does it depend on?? I know someone that just went and they put him at a level 4...he's only serving 2 years...my boyfriend has 49 months--15 years..does this mean he will go to a high level??
Has there ever been consistancy?? I am not sure at all but I thought it depends on the crime and behavior. I know of someone who was a level 2 and 15 years later found himself on level 4. (too many violent tickets)

Back in the day it didnt matter...you started out on the worst level and earned your way down and it was no easy slide!!
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This is kinda off topic, but I was wondering how they determine the level someone will go to...I know they do tests at reception but what else does it depend on?? I know someone that just went and they put him at a level 4...he's only serving 2 years...my boyfriend has 49 months--15 years..does this mean he will go to a high level??
There are a number of factors that determine security level. If a person's sentence is longer than 36 months that will increase the security level with no other factors. As the sentence becomes shorter, and less than 36 months often the security level will drop. Also, institutional behavior will also affect security level. Violent behavior or escape (or attempts) will also affect security level. Whether or not the prisoner presents a security risk will also be a factor. Just because a person has less than 36 months to serve by itself is not a sole determination.

Because your boyfriend has 49 months to 15 years, with no other factors considered, it would be likely that he would be sent to a level II facility. Once he passes less than 36 months and has no institutional behavior problems and no other complicating factors he should then be transferred to level I.
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