Doyle W. Kemp|
The Bureau of Sentence Structure and Transportation is responsible for overseeing over 100,000 inmate movements throughout the department's facilities. This bureau is also responsible for overseeing and auditing all the complex processes involved in the sentencing documents received from the courts which control offenders prison commitment.
Sentence Structure Unit is responsible for the audit and legal sufficiency of commitment documents; the accuracy of the automated release date calculations; fugitive identification coordination; implementation of case law decisions affecting the releases of inmates; affidavits and testimony for court proceedings; grievances on sentence structure data and release date issues; and coordination with and assistance to judicial and criminal justice officials on sentencing issues.
|The Emergency Operations Center and the Transportation/Population Management Office prepares for evacuation of correctional facilities threatened by Hurricane Floyd.|
The Transportation/Population Management Unit coordinates all physical movement of inmates to ensure public safety and the most efficient use of equipment and staff; monitors facility population levels and demographics to meet the needs of the various institutions and the department. Coordinates and approves all Federal Court transfers and specialized inmate moves.