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- The supervision of a person convicted of a crime after serving a term of incarceration as a felon
- Applies to any crime committed prior to July 1st, 1996.
- Parole board determines offenders release from prison
Post Release Control (PRC)
- Community supervision of an offender by the Adult Parole Authority following release from prison that includes one or more post release control sanctions.
- Applies to any crime committed after July 1st, 1996.
- Sentencing determined by ORC code.
Community Corrections (CC)
- Sanction that replaces probation-not a prison term.
- Applies to all offenders given non-prison sanctions for felony offenses committed after July 1, 1996.
- Maximum period of Community Control is 5 years. Violation behavior is addressed by the court.
Judicial Release (JUR)
- The release of someone who is incarcerated through an order by a court. May be released from incarceration by the sentencing judge if meet certain requirements.
- Can be placed on a period of supervision through the court for a period of up to 5 years
Treatment in Lieu of Conviction (TIL)
- Eligible offenders have the opportunity to complete court-ordered treatment in place of prison sanction.
- The court may dismiss the proceedings against the offender or may order the records sealed related to the offense.
- Offense must have taken place as a result of drug/alcohol use, mental illness or intellectual disability.
Transitional Control (TC)
- Eligible for transitional control during the final 180 days of prison sentence.
- Parole board parole officers screen inmates for TC program and sentencing judge approves or denies request.
- Eligible inmates may be placed in halfway house or in approved residence with electronic monitoring
Treatment Transfer (TT)
- Eligible inmates may be transferred from state correctional facilities to the community facilities for up 365 days prior to expiration of prison sentence.
- Inmates closely monitored by licenses halfway house or restriction to approved residence on electronic monitoring.
- Level 4 and 5 non-violent offenses
- Offenders who are under parole supervision in Ohio as a transfer from another state where they were convicted.
- Compact parole and compact probation.
- ICOTS system used.
- Both misdemeanor and felonies.
Judicial 80% (J80)
- Inmate may be released after serving 80% of their mandatory sentence.
- Certain programming and treatment requirements must be met.