work release


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work release

n.
A correctional program under which prisoners may leave prison unescorted to work at outside employment.

work′-re·lease′ adj.
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While that inmate wasn't being paid by the county while doing the work on the farm, the work still violated the work release program rules.
How to Leave Prison Early is the ultimate user guide to navigate the State of Florida clemency, parole, and work release process.
In August 2005, I was promoted to the rank of sergeant and assigned to the work release program as a case manager.
The work release program will allow inmates to go to work but immediately report back to the jail after their shift is done to spend the night in jail, Tierney said.
Duggan III on a work release program after a request for the placement was made by his employer, businessman David G.
Mosley considers the inmate work release program beneficial to the government and taxpayers because of money saved from labor, as well as for the inmates themselves, who can give back to the community and learn skills which may prove marketable after their release.
The facilities slated for closure include four minimum-security facilities for men: Buffalo Work Release in Erie County, Camp Georgetown in Madison County, Summit Shock in Schoharie County, and Fulton Work Release in the Bronx.
The Alabama Department of Corrections has finally ended its longstanding ban on prisoners with HIV from participating in that state's work release programs.
They are believed to have failed to return to the prison after a day's work release.
Descendants of the late flamenco master El Farruco, his daughters and grandsons (minus Farruquito, who was only granted limited work release from jail last year), perform as Los Farruco at UCLA Live, March 3-4.
The DOMC system will assign a risk rating to all inmates in the jail, Forest Work Camp and work release center.