I - M Definitions
A warrant lodged by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
A parolee presents an identifiable threat to public safety if:
1. Credible information indicates that the parolee intends to engage in criminal activity or violate conditions of parole in the future and has the means to do either; or
2. The parolee is a danger to him/herself or others due to psychological, psychiatric, or physical impairment; or
3. The parolee is demonstrating unmanageable behavior, which makes him or her not amendable to diversion.
Imprisonment; confinement in a jail, penitentiary, or prison
A violation of probation or parole by a breach of the terms and conditions of probation or parole other than the commission of a new criminal offense of which the offender is found guilty or pleads guilty or nolo contenders. Also see Technical Parole Violation.
Justice Network (JNET)
A collaborative effort among Commonwealth agencies to build a secure integrated justice computer network
Levels of Service Inventory Revised (LSI-R)
A risk-screening instrument and is part of the Parole Decision Making Guidelines.
A Latin term meaning “we command”; a writ, issued by a court of superior jurisdiction, commanding an inferior tribunal, board, corporation, or person to perform a ministerial duty imposed by law.
The expiration date of a sentence.
A law that requires registration of the offender’s address, employment, school, etc. with the State Police if the offender was convicted of a specified sex offense.
The date in an indeterminate sentence on which the inmate is eligible for parole.