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Old 08-27-2005, 11:12 PM
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can anyone help me with a time comp question reg. community corrections??????
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Old 08-29-2005, 11:01 AM
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Good luck trying to get informatio from this thread. I posted a request previously asking some people on this thread to help me out, but no one gave me an answer, nor did they even give me any information on where to look.

I am very disappointed because I thought coming to this thread would be the first place to find out any information I would need regarding prison, community corrections, etc., but I am finding out that it is not.

I have done some of my own research............what is it that you are wanting to know exactly?
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Old 09-08-2005, 02:39 PM
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If you call time comp in Colorado Springs they will help you. Go online to www.doc.state.co.us Then go to parole board. There is alot of other things on that website. I hope this helps!
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Old 10-16-2005, 11:45 PM
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hi what half way house are you at and what do you want to know about your time comp?
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It's not that people don't want to help, but you can get 10 different answers to the same question when you call DOC. Also, there are 2 kinds of community corrections, direct sent from court which never goes through DOC, and then transferring to community corrections to reintegrate after prison. 2 totally different animals and different people to ask.

You really do pretty much have to do your own research because every case is different and even if the rules and laws seem like they apply, there's another one out there that changes it.

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Here is the # to TimeCorp press zero to speak to someone 719-546-0009 this # can tell you parole dates, hearing dates and so forth all you need is the inmates doc #. Hope that helps you!
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I keep calling timecomp from the number you gave and i press 0 but nothing happens. I should be off perole now ive done 2years on 3year perole but they are not giving me good time,
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hi what half way house are you at and what do you want to know about your time comp?
Im in denver on regular perole but im not getting good time and i cant find the number to call them
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Sweetie today is a state furlough day. All non-essential employees are off. Try calling tomorrow. I can help you with the earned time issue, but I would need more information...PM me and I'll look at it tonight at work.
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I called time comp and they told me to go threw my perole officer but he told me to call time comp, time comp told me i have to have a friend or family member call they cant talk to me directly, i was receiving good time in prinson but they dont want to give me good time on perole, i pleaded to a non violent crime, can you help me
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Click on my user name and you'll get a menu, one of the options is Private Message (PM).

Send me your details (what you pled too) and I'll figure out if you can get it or not. Some people were not eligible for earned time on parole before January 2009. Include you DOC# as well. I'll see what I can do, I got my husband 180 days of earned time credited to his parole...it's too late for your PO to fix it, his teamlead has to do it now. So send me what you can and tell me your PO's name as well.
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You said you plead to a non-violent crime? Were you originally charged with a violent crime? My husband just went through this. Time comp goes by what you were charged with. At least that is what he was told last time he talked to his case manager.
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It's up to his parole officer to determine his eligibility. Everyone is eligible for earned time on parole starting January 2009 except people who fall under CRS 17-22.5-403. This includes people who are re-paroled due to a PV. All I had to do was get a copy of the arrest warrant (not the charge) and fax it to Time Comp to get it fixed...but it took a lot of phone calls to the PO teamlead and Mary at Time Comp. What really pissed me off was finding out that had he gotten the earned time like he should have he was literally 13 days away from discharging his sentence when his criminal mischief offense happened. He may have made a much different decision that night had he known he was 2 weeks away from being done. This is why parole sucks and does not work for anyone!

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Here is the statute text:

17-22.5-403. Parole eligibility.

(1) Any person sentenced for a class 2, class 3, class 4, class 5, or class 6 felony, or any unclassified felony, shall be eligible for parole after such person has served fifty percent of the sentence imposed upon such person, less any time authorized for earned time granted pursuant to section 17-22.5-405. However, the date established by this subsection (1) upon which any person shall be eligible for parole may be extended by the executive director for misconduct during incarceration. The executive director shall promulgate rules and regulations concerning when and under what conditions any inmate's parole eligibility date may be extended. Such rules and regulations shall be promulgated in such a manner as to promote fairness and consistency in the treatment of all inmates.
(2) (a) Notwithstanding subsection (1) of this section, any person convicted and sentenced for second degree murder, first degree assault, first degree kidnapping unless the first degree kidnapping is a class 1 felony, first or second degree sexual assault, first degree arson, first degree burglary, or aggravated robbery, committed on or after June 7, 1990, and before July 1, 2004, which person has previously been convicted of a crime which would have been a crime of violence as defined in section 18-1.3-406, C.R.S., shall be eligible for parole after such person has served seventy-five percent of the sentence imposed upon such person, less any time authorized for earned time granted pursuant to section 17-22.5-405.
(b) The provisions of paragraph (a) of this subsection (2) shall not apply to persons sentenced pursuant to part 10 of article 1.3 of title 18, C.R.S.
(2.5) (a) Notwithstanding subsection (1) of this section, any person convicted and sentenced for second degree murder, first degree assault, first degree kidnapping unless the first degree kidnapping is a class 1 felony, first degree arson, first degree burglary, or aggravated robbery, committed on or after July 1, 2004, shall be eligible for parole after such person has served seventy-five percent of the sentence imposed upon such person, less any time authorized for earned time granted pursuant to section 17-22.5-405.
(b) The provisions of paragraph (a) of this subsection (2.5) shall only apply to:
(I) A person convicted and sentenced for a crime listed in paragraph (a) of this subsection (2.5) that is a class 2 or class 3 felony offense; or
(II) A person convicted and sentenced for a crime listed in paragraph (a) of this subsection (2.5) that is a class 4 or class 5 felony offense, which person has previously been convicted of a crime of violence as defined in section 18-1.3-406, C.R.S.
(3) Notwithstanding subsection (1) or (2) of this section, any person convicted and sentenced for any crime enumerated in subsection (2) of this section, committed on or after June 7, 1990, and before July 1, 2004, who has twice previously been convicted for a crime which would have been a crime of violence as defined in section 18-1.3-406, C.R.S., shall be eligible for parole after such person has served seventy-five percent of the sentence served upon such person, at which time such person shall be referred by the department to the state board of parole which may place such person on parole for a period of time which does not exceed the time remaining on such person's original sentence. For offenses committed on or after July 1, 1993, such person shall be placed on parole for the period of time specified in section 18-1.3-401 (1) (a) (V), C.R.S. Section 17-22.5-402 (2) shall not apply to any such offender.
(3.5) (a) Notwithstanding subsection (1) or (2.5) of this section, any person convicted and sentenced for any crime enumerated in subsection (2.5) of this section, committed on or after July 1, 2004, who has previously been convicted for a crime which would have been a crime of violence as defined in section 18-1.3-406, C.R.S., shall be eligible for parole after such person has served seventy-five percent of the sentence served upon such person, at which time such person shall be referred by the department to the state board of parole which may place the person on parole for the period of time specified in section 18-1.3-401 (1) (a) (V), C.R.S. Section 17-22.5-402 (2) shall not apply to any such offender.
(b) The provisions of paragraph (a) of this subsection (3.5) shall only apply to:
(I) A person convicted and sentenced for a crime listed in paragraph (a) of subsection (2.5) of this section that is a class 2 or class 3 felony offense; or
(II) A person convicted and sentenced for a crime listed in paragraph (a) of subsection (2.5) of this section that is a class 4 or class 5 felony offense, which person has twice previously been convicted of a crime of violence as defined in section 18-1.3-406, C.R.S.
(4) The governor may grant parole to an inmate to whom subsection (2) or (3) of this section applies prior to such inmate's parole eligibility date or discharge date if, in the governor's opinion, extraordinary mitigating circumstances exist and such inmate's release from institutional custody is compatible with the safety and welfare of society.
(5) For any offender who is incarcerated for an offense committed prior to July 1, 1993, upon application for parole, the state board of parole, working in conjunction with the department and using the guidelines established pursuant to section 17-22.5-404, shall determine whether or not to grant parole and, if granted, the length of the period of parole. The state board of parole may set the length of the period of parole for any time period up to the date of final discharge as determined in accordance with section 17-22.5-402. If an application for parole is refused by the state board of parole, the state board of parole shall reconsider within one year thereafter whether such inmate should be granted parole. The state board of parole shall continue such reconsideration each year thereafter until such inmate is granted parole or until such inmate is discharged pursuant to law; except that, if the inmate applying for parole was convicted of a class 1 or class 2 crime of violence, as defined in section 18-1.3-406, C.R.S., any class 3 sexual offense described in part 4 of article 3 of title 18, C.R.S., a habitual criminal offense as defined in section 18-1.3-801 (2.5), C.R.S., or of any offense subject to the requirements of section 18-1.3-904, C.R.S., the board need only reconsider granting parole to such inmate once every three years, until the board grants such inmate parole or until such inmate is discharged pursuant to law.
(6) For persons who are granted parole pursuant to subsection (5) of this section, the division of adult parole shall provide parole supervision and assistance in securing employment, housing, and such other services as may effect the successful reintegration of such offender into the community while recognizing the need for public safety. The conditions for parole for any such offender under this subsection (6) shall be established pursuant to section 17-22.5-404 by the state board of parole prior to such offender's release from incarceration. Upon a determination that the conditions of parole have been violated in a parole revocation proceeding, the state board of parole shall continue the parole in effect, modify the conditions of parole if circumstances then shown to exist require such modifications, which circumstances shall be set forth in writing, or revoke the parole and order the return of the offender to a place of confinement designated by the executive director for any period of time up to the period remaining on such person's sentence until the discharge date as determined by section 17-22.5-402 or one year, whichever is longer. In computing the period of reincarceration for an offender other than an offender sentenced for a nonviolent felony offense, as defined in section 17-22.5-405 (5), the time between the offender's release on parole and return to custody in Colorado for revocation of such parole shall not be considered to be part of the term of the sentence. The state board of parole may discharge an offender granted parole under this section at any time during the term of parole upon a determination that the offender has been sufficiently rehabilitated and reintegrated into society and can no longer benefit from parole supervision.
(7) (a) For any offender who is incarcerated for an offense committed on or after July 1, 1993, upon application for parole, the state board of parole, working in conjunction with the department and using the guidelines established pursuant to section 17-22.5-404, shall determine whether or not to grant parole. The state board of parole, if it determines that placing an offender on parole is appropriate, shall set the length of the period of parole at the mandatory period of parole established in section 18-1.3-401 (1) (a) (V), C.R.S., except as otherwise provided for specified offenses in section 17-2-201 (5) (a), (5) (a.5), and (5) (a.7). If an application for parole is refused by the state board of parole, the state board of parole shall reconsider within one year thereafter whether such inmate should be granted parole. The state board of parole shall continue such reconsideration each year thereafter until such inmate is granted parole or until such inmate is discharged pursuant to law; except that, if the inmate applying for parole was convicted of any sex offense, as defined in section 18-1.3-1003 (5), C.R.S., a habitual criminal offense as defined in section 18-1.3-801 (2.5), C.R.S., or of any offense subject to the requirements of section 18-1.3-904, C.R.S., the board need only reconsider granting parole to such inmate once every three years, until the board grants such inmate parole or until such inmate is discharged pursuant to law, or if the person applying for parole was convicted of a class 2 felony that constitutes a crime of violence, as defined in section 18-1.3-406, C.R.S., the board need only reconsider granting parole to such person once every five years, until the board grants such person parole or until such person is discharged pursuant to law.
(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a) of this subsection (7), for any sex offender, as defined in section 18-1.3-1003 (4), C.R.S., who is sentenced pursuant to the provisions of part 10 of article 1.3 of title 18, C.R.S., for commission of a sex offense committed on or after November 1,1998, the state board of parole shall determine whether or not to grant parole as provided in section 18-1.3-1006, C.R.S. If the state board of parole determines that placing a sex offender on parole is appropriate, it shall set an indeterminate period of parole as provided in section 18-1.3-1006, C.R.S. If the state board of parole does not release a sex offender on parole, it shall reconsider release on parole at least once every three years until the state board of parole determines the sex offender meets the criteria for parole specified in section 18-1.3-1006 (1), C.R.S.
(8) (a) For persons who are granted parole pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection (7) of this section, the division of adult parole shall provide parole supervision and assistance in securing employment, housing, and such other services as may affect the successful reintegration of such offender into the community while recognizing the need for public safety. The conditions for parole for any such offender under this paragraph (a) shall be established pursuant to section 17-22.5-404 by the state board of parole prior to such offender's release from incarceration. Upon a determination that the conditions of parole have been violated in a parole revocation proceeding, the state board of parole shall continue the parole in effect, modify the conditions of parole if circumstances then shown to exist require such modifications, which circumstances shall be set forth in writing, or revoke the parole and order the return of the offender to a place of confinement designated by the executive director for any period of time up to the period remaining on such person's mandatory period of parole established in section 18-1.3-401 (1) (a) (V), C.R.S. Any offender who has been reincarcerated due to a parole revocation pursuant to this paragraph (a) shall be eligible for parole at any time during such reincarceration. The state board of parole may discharge an offender granted parole under this section at any time during the term of parole upon a determination that the offender has been sufficiently rehabilitated and reintegrated into society and can no longer benefit from parole supervision. In making any such determination, the state board of parole shall make written findings as to why such offender is no longer in need of parole supervision.
(b) For sex offenders, as defined in section 18-1.3-1003 (4), C.R.S., who are convicted of an offense committed on or after November 1, 1998, and who are granted parole pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection (7) of this section, the division of adult parole shall provide parole supervision and assistance in securing employment, housing, and such other services as may affect the successful reintegration of the sex offender into the community while recognizing the need for public safety. The conditions for parole for any sex offender shall be established pursuant to section 18-1.3-1006, C.R.S., and section 17-22.5-404 by the state board of parole prior to the sex offender's release from incarceration. Upon a determination in a parole revocation proceeding that the sex offender has violated the conditions of parole, the state board of parole shall continue the parole in effect, modify the conditions of parole if circumstances then shown to exist require such modifications, which circumstances shall be set forth in writing, or revoke the parole and order the return of the sex offender to a place of confinement designated by the executive director for any period of time up to the remainder of the sex offender's natural life. The revocation hearing shall be held and the state board of parole shall make its determination as provided in section 18-1.3-1010, C.R.S. Following reincarceration, the sex offender's eligibility for parole shall be determined pursuant to section 18-1.3-1006, C.R.S. The state board of parole may discharge a sex offender from parole as provided in section 18-1.3-1006 (3), C.R.S.
(9) The state board of parole shall consider the parole of a person whose parole is revoked either for a technical violation or based on a self-revocation at least once within one hundred eighty days after the revocation if the person's release date is more than nine months from the date of the person's revocation; except that a person whose parole is revoked based on a technical violation that involved the use of a weapon shall not be considered for parole for one year.
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