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Default I have a question! What does Close Custody mean?

I check the FDOC site every day to see if they have updated my Husband's info....
He is still in the Reception Center in Orlando...
Everything else always said "Pending" or "To Be Set"....
But today his Custody Level now says "CLOSE"
What will this mean for him?
I know that he was worried about it and didnt want to be in "Close Custody"....
Im new to all this so if anyone can help me understand what this will mean for him i would greatly appreciate it!
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It means he's been reviewed by classification. Close custody just means they can't be out after dark, can't work outside the gate, and can't go to certain prisons (i.e. Moore Haven because it's medium and under). Someone assigned to close custody is considered a flight risk, is a lifer, or has A LOT of time to do. The longer he spends in there without getting into trouble will determine if his custody gets dropped (unless he's a lifer, they stay at close or higher). It's nothing to be worried about right now.
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It's not just a matter of time being served, it could also have to do w/ his charges. I know guys that served under 10 years that were Close Custody.
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Hello there. It's really nothing. My husband went in in 2003 and because of his charges and security level he was at Close Custody. But 5 years later his custody just got dropped to Medium. It just meant he had to be housed at a higher security level prison. Couldn't go outside the fence ect. It's different for everyone...and eventually it drops/ But in the same respect depending on how they do while inside it can be raised also. My husbands co-defendant went from Close to medium now he's back to close.

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It's not just a matter of time being served, it could also have to do w/ his charges. I know guys that served under 10 years that were Close Custody.
Thank you, I forgot about that (and DOC says I remember too much to visit).
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Thanx everyone for all the info... His sentence is 5years but he has an old escape charge.... So i guess that is why he is "close custody"... So i doubt they will change it @ any point in time...
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That would certainly have something to do with it.
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ok wel im confused..jason is closed custody, he was sentenced to 28 months and he's only there for another 7 months. his charges were traffic related (dwls ho and fleeing and eluding) he's at a medium facility..not even, cause they were the most laid back prison ive ever seen. he did have an escape charge bac in 91 or something as a juvenile, but does that matter if his records are sealed? oh well, it doesnt make a difference to me, i can still visit him, and he's still doing good in there, he's in his prerelease program, he's also in his high school class (getting a diploma, which is wierd, i thought they only offered GED's) and at night he's working, so he's busy and doing very good in there..
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If they even think an inmate has rabbit in their blood it will justify close custody. Close custody means 'direct supervision'
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My man got on Closed Custody because of a crime he committed while in prison. There are levels of Closed Custody. I know of A and B. My guy has been on Closed B for 2 years. He has his annual next month and it is suppossed to be removed because he has gotten in very little trouble since...
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I know this is from a couple years ago but it answered some of my questions. Have 1 more though - does being "closed" affect visitations or phone calls, etc?
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it has never effected my calls or visits
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(2) Custody Grade Classification.
(a) Each inmate shall be placed in one of the five custody grades: community, minimum, medium, close, or maximum.
(b) Information from all available sources shall be used to complete an automated custody classification questionnaire. The questionnaire shall reflect the degree of supervision appropriate for the inmate.
(c) The result of completing an automated questionnaire shall be a computer generated numerical score or status custody for the inmate. A status custody is the automatic placement into one of the five custody grades based upon an inmate’s sentence, criminal history, time remaining to serve, and other classification factors reflected on the automated custody questionnaire.
(d) The custody grade resulting from an inmate’s score may be modified if circumstances indicate the need for an exception. The specific reason for the modification shall be explained in the automated system. Reasons for increasing or decreasing the custody grade might, in appropriate cases, include one of the following comments with proper explanation:
1. Charge reduced as a result of plea bargaining.
2. Charge dropped as a result of plea bargaining.
3. Other active/inactive commitments.
4. Commitment includes mandatory or retained jurisdiction provisions.
5. Community and public interest concerns (i.e., judge’s or prosecutor’s recommendation, victim/victim family interest, legislative inquiry, law enforcement interest, executive inquiry, personal notoriety, case notoriety).
a. Family environment (no family ties, strong family ties, married/head of household, crime history in family, family desertion, family transience).
b. Military record.
6. Community supervision record.
7. Status prior to sentencing (i.e., high bond, bond forfeiture, release on bond, jail adjustment).
8. Offender age.
9. Physical or mental health status.
(e) All custody assignments will require the approval of the Institutional Classification Team.
(f) Any modification of the resulting custody grade from the system generated custody or any assignment to community or minimum custody shall require the review and approval of a State Classification Office staff member based upon the criteria listed in subsection (l) below.
(g) A member of the State Classification Office shall have the authority to initiate a custody assessment and determine the custody level of an inmate whenever the staff member determines that a new assessment is necessary for the safety of the public or the needs of the department.
(h) Except for the offenses listed below, any inmate who is convicted or has been previously convicted or adjudicated delinquent for any crime where a sex act was intended, attempted, or completed shall not be eligible for assignment to community or minimum custody status unless he has previously successfully completed the mentally disordered sex offender program prior to the repeal of Chapter 917, F.S.:
1. Acts relating to prostitution;
2. Urinating in public;
3. Nude sunbathing or swimming;
4. Nude or semi-nude adult entertainment;
5. Exposure of buttocks (mooning);
6. Streaking.
(i) Any inmate who has been certified as a mentally disordered sex offender pursuant to Chapter 917, F.S., shall not be assigned to minimum custody status unless he has successfully completed the mentally disordered sex offender program.
(j) Any inmate who has been designated as an alien by the department, who has been in the custody of the department less than six months, and:
1. For whom no decision has been made by Immigration and Customs Enforcement regarding deportation,
2. For whom an evaluation regarding deportation is pending, or
3. For whom a decision has been made to deport, shall not be assigned to lower than close custody status.
(k) The following inmates shall not be classified as less than close custody unless approved for assignment to a lower custody by the Chairperson of the State Classification Office as provided in subsection (l) below:
1. Inmates under sentence of death (maximum custody).
2. Inmates formerly under sentence of death.
3. Inmates serving life sentences with a 25 year mandatory provision and who are not within 5 years of an established release date.
4. Inmates serving life sentences and who are not within 10 years of an established release date.
5. Inmates who are not within 15 years of a release date.
(l) The Chairperson of the State Classification Office may approve an inmate listed in paragraph (k) for lower custody after consideration of the following criteria:
1. Overall institutional adjustment.
2. Time served.
3. Prior offense history.
4. Seriousness of instant offense.
5. Program participation.
6. Needs of the department.
7. Whether the inmate poses a threat to the public.
8. Disciplinary record.
9. Escape history.
10. Security needs.
(3) Review of Inmates Who Have Special Needs. The secretary shall appoint a special needs committee in central office to review those cases in which inmates have been determined by medical services as having special medical needs or inmates who are elderly and have special needs that may be in conflict with the custody levels authorized. The special needs committee will evaluate the special needs, the custody requirements, and the institutional placement best suited to meet an inmate’s needs. This committee has the authority to make the final assignment that meets the inmate’s needs within the medical and facility resources of the department. This may include a special custody exception on a case by case basis. Inmates identified as having special needs or requiring special review shall be recommended to the impaired inmate special needs coordinator in the central office who will coordinate with classification services and refer each case to the special needs committee. The special needs committee shall be comprised of the Chairperson of the State Classification Office, the Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator, and the Impaired Inmate Coordinator for Health Services. Committee decisions shall be reviewed by the Secretary.
(4) Progress Assessments.
(a) As used in this subsection:
1. “Review” means meeting of the Institutional Classification Team.
2. “Assessment” means a formal evaluation of the inmate’s progress towards the goals set for him or her by the Institutional Classification Team.
(b) Assessments shall be periodically prepared for the purpose of:
1. Recording the inmate’s adjustment to the institution.
2. Evaluating the inmate’s potential future adjustment.
3. Establishing positive adjustment goals and motivating the inmate to achieve those goals.
4. Providing the inmate with an opportunity to become involved in assessing his progress and in stating his work and program interests.
a. Periodic assessments will record the inmate’s program interests.
b. Program goals and placements will be based on the needs assessments tool and within the parameters of that tool.
(c) All inmates are required to appear for assessments and reviews unless a permanent medical condition makes them incapable of participating and the reason is documented in the review. Under any other circumstances, the assessment and review shall be rescheduled if the inmate fails to appear or is temporarily unavailable to attend as scheduled. An inmate shall be notified a minimum of forty-eight hours in advance of an assessment and review unless the inmate waives such notice in writing. All inmates shall be scheduled for assessments at least every 12 months. Close management documentation may be substituted for the required assessments.
(d) Assessments and reviews should also be used to document any program changes made by the Institutional Classification Team between regularly scheduled reviews. In such cases, only the areas encompassing the change need to be noted in the report. Such an abbreviated report will not alter the schedule of reviews.
(e) The schedule for assessments and reviews may be altered and an unscheduled assessment and review prepared upon request by the Florida Parole Commission, in the case of an escape or other unusual occurrence, or in any other case where it is determined such report would be of value. An unscheduled review shall revise the scheduled date of the next review and subsequent reviews.
(f) In preparing assessments, care should be taken that all pertinent facts are included to insure that all up-to-date information concerning changes in an inmate’s activity are documented. Additionally, any new recommendations of the committee in regard to inmate goals should be carefully documented and supporting facts included.
(g) An assessment and review will be completed on all transfers by the receiving facility. Movement from one location to another on a temporary basis does not require an assessment and review.
(h) An assessment and review shall be prepared whenever an inmate is being recommended for parole.
(i) All recommendations for a transfer to another facility, to a contract drug treatment program, or for work release shall require the approval of the State Classification Office.
(j) At the time of the first assessment and review, should the inmate record not contain either a pre-sentence or post-sentence investigation, the classification officer is responsible for requesting such documents from the Probation and Parole Services Office in the region from which the inmate was committed. Care should be exercised to ensure that at least sixty (60) days have lapsed since the post-sentence investigation was originally requested prior to making this follow-up.
(k) Additional gain time is to be considered at the time of any scheduled or unscheduled review.
(l) Assessments and reviews may contain recommendations for the setting of sentences pursuant to Section 921.22, F.S. Such recommendations should specify a definite period of years or months, taking into account the tentative expiration date on the set term, the amount of gain time earned and the amount of time it will take to process the recommendation. Such recommendations should be based on all information concerning the inmate that is available to the team.
(m) The department may in selected cases recommend to the Florida Parole Commission that an inmate be placed on parole at an earlier date than scheduled. Note should be made of an inmate’s presumptive parole release date (PPRD) when considering such possibilities. If it is felt that such significant progress has taken place since the setting of the PPRD that it should be moved forward to an earlier date, then such recommendations should be made to the Parole Commission in an assessment and review setting forth the basis for recommending a change in the PPRD. All assessments and reviews containing parole recommendations will be reviewed and approved or disapproved by the Institutional Classification Team and forwarded to the State Classification Office for approval or disapproval. The assessment and review shall then be submitted to the Chief of the Bureau of Classification and Central Records who, on behalf of the Secretary, shall make a recommendation to the Parole Commission. A copy of the report shall be forwarded to the Parole Commission.
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My man is close custody as well and has not affected our visits or phone, but just like others have said, they jsut don't have as much freedom as others have
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Marty is close and he can't work outside the gate. When he goes to medical or the admin offices he's in four point restraints. On the two times he went to an outside hospital he was in the restraints and the guards had shot guns.
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Marty is close and he can't work outside the gate. When he goes to medical or the admin offices he's in four point restraints. On the two times he went to an outside hospital he was in the restraints and the guards had shot guns.
my son was minimum then reduced to community and they do the same thing, it must just be procedure.
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I don't think they did that with my husband. He was minimum and then went to community. He was only shackled when he was transported to another facility.
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Must be a security thing cause that has never happened to us, except only when he was transferred. He has asthma so he goes to medical every 3 months and he's never gone in shacks.
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Marty's brother has been to the hospital twice, bless his heart, and he's never been with a shot gun, either.

Something bout that didn't sound just right, but yall know what I mean.
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When I was in prison the only difference I saw with others who had closed custody were when we went out at night to classes, church, or other programs they would either not be allowed to go or they would have to be hand-cuffed and personally escorted by an officer. Other than that phones and visitation is the same.
I don't believe unless he exhibits extremely excellent behavior that it is likely he would be taken off due to his prior escape charge. There again it is strictly up to his classification officer and the regional classification officer both in dropping his custody level.
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  1. What is Custody?
    1. Custody is determined using the Custody Assessment and Reclassification System (CARS) that groups inmates according to the level of risk they represent to the public, the staff, other inmates and the facility itself.
    2. The system uses five (5) distinct groups, described as custody levels: maximum, close, medium, minimum, and community.
      1. Maximum: Refers to inmates who are under a sentence of death.
      2. Close: Refers to inmates who must be maintained within an armed perimeter or under direct, armed supervision when outside of a secure perimeter.
      3. Medium: Refers to inmates eligible for placement at a work camp with a secure perimeter, but who are not eligible for placement in an outside work assignment without armed supervision.
      4. Minimum: Refers to inmates eligible for outside work assignments, but not for placement at a community residential facility.
      5. Community: Refers to inmates eligible for placement at a community residential facility.
  2. How is an inmate's custody grade changed?
    1. As the inmate serves his sentence, he or she will be reevaluated whenever something happens that could change the inmate's custody. These events could be positive or negative. Examples of this would be earning gaintime that reduces time remaining to serve and would tend toward lower custodies, or an inmate receives a disciplinary report for a rule violation that would tend towards higher custodies.
      The custody system is paperless and dynamic. Any event that changes the inmate's suggested custody causes an appointment for the inmate's Classification Officer to review the inmate's custody.
    2. Items affecting custody are:
      • Criminal history and the inmate's history of violent crime.
      • Time remaining to serve.
      • Disciplinary reports.
      • Sex offenses and escapes.
      • Detainers and alien status.
      • Good adjustment and program participation.
    3. As an inmate completes more of his or her sentence, the time remaining drops, thus reducing his or her CARS custody score (as long as he or she is behaving or does not have a sex offense, escape or detainer).
  3. Does custody affect release date, work release, or visitation?
    1. An inmate must be classified at the community custody level to qualify for work release.
    2. Visitation and release dates are not affected by an inmate's custody.
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Our friend is in Close custody because of a DR. He says he cannot call at all, only write. Is this true? What level would he possibly be at? He got 30 days for something, and then pepper sprayed 6 times. He was given another 90 days after that.
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Being closed custody doesn't mean you can't call. Maybe he lost his phone privileges as part of the DR?
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