Not in BOP custody

For inmates still in BOP custody, this shows the name of their location. Inmates shown as being in a Regional Office are serving a concurrent state sentence in a state prison. Inmates shown as being in a Community Corrections Management (CCM) center are in a contract “halfway house” (not in the CCM). “IN TRANSIT” means the inmate has been moved from a BOP facility, and may or may not be returned. For example, a pretrial inmate may have been removed by the U.S. Marshals Service and subsequently released by the court with no further notice to the BOP. “RELEASED” means the inmate is no longer in BOP custody.

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Release Date: If the listed date has passed, the release occurred on the date listed and the inmate is no longer in BOP custody. Note however that the inmate may still be on paroleor supervised release or in the custody of some other correctional/criminal justice system.

1 thought on “Not in BOP custody”

  1. I’m surprised there’s not more information here, like: regarding what they did. Byron Eugene Scherf is the biggest piece of crap, who will never get out. If he EVER does, I will leave America for sure. He’s already been let out twice when he shouldn’t have been. Hopefully, the murder of a CO will keep him locked up forever. Then, there are other people whom I know are incarcerated and can’t find them here anywhere. Anyway, a bit of a strange website. Kind of useless. Especially when compared to Watchdog. I mostly care about who’s living near me.


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