How do I find an inmate in TDCJ?
If you do not know their number you can find it through the online inmate search at http://www.tdcj.texas.gov/offender_information/index.html or by phone at (936) 295-6371 or (800) 535-0283. The phones are answered from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Friday.
How many pictures can an inmate receive in TDCJ?
There is no restriction on the length of incoming or outgoing correspondence; however, a limit of 10 photos will be allowed per envelope.
How accurate is projected release date TDCJ?
For instance for the last three months of 2013 the average approval rate for nonviolent nonsex offenses was roughly 8 and the average approval rate at an offender’s projected release date for nonviolent nonsex offenses was roughly %55.
How do I find an inmate’s release date on TDCJ?
You can find out an inmate’s projected release date by calling the TDCJ’s offender locator line at (936) 295-6371 or the general information line at (800) 535-0283. In order to find out the release date by phone, supply either the inmate’s TDCJ number or the full name and exact birth date.
Can you send pictures to inmates in Texas?
In addition to letters, inmates can receive 4″x6″ photos. Polaroid photos are not allowed as they present a security issue. No photos may contain nudity, sexually suggestive material, or depict any relation to gang activities (including tattoos and hand gestures).
What size pictures can you send to jail?
Some important things to remember when sending photos: Photos should be no larger than 4″x6″ Always print the inmates name and ID number on the back of the photo in pen (this helps the mail room staff) Photos should never contain nudity, sexually suggestive material.
How much time do you serve on a 5 year sentence in Texas?
What can be determined is how long an offender must serve before the parole board will consider their case. If the offender was sentenced to five years for committing a 3(g) offense they must serve half of their sentence, two and a half years, before the parole board can consider them for parole.
What does fi 1 parole mean?
Further investigation- 1
FI-1: Further investigation- 1 is the code used for an offender who is granted parole and should be released on supervised parole as soon as eligibly date. FI-2: Parole granted, on a future specified date.
How long does it take to be released from TDCJ?
This process takes approximately 14 – 21 business days to complete. As each case is unique, it is difficult to estimate how long any process may take. The release date and unit of release will be posted on the TDCJ website.
How do I check my TDCJ parole status?
A: You may contact the Board of Pardons and Paroles status line in Austin at (844) 512-0461. Please have the offender’s name, TDCJ-CID number and/or date of birth available to assist the staff in obtaining the correct information. Or, review the results on the TDCJ Inmate Search/Parole Review Information website.