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EXIT REASON (LOCAL CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM)

Data Element: EXIT REASON (LOCAL CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM)
Definition: The discharge reason which ends a continuous period of incarceration in a local correctional facility.

NOTE: This element does not include inmates held on substitute jail orders from other jurisdictions.
Standard of Verification: Official court papers; Internal documents.
Data Type: AN
Field Size: 2
Field Format: 2AN
Originating Teams: Corrections
User Teams: Corrections
Tables / Codes: COUNTY* INMATE EXIT REASON
11 - Expiration of Sentence
12 - Released on Bail
13 - Released by Order of Court - On Own Recognizance (ROR)
14 - Released by Order of Court - Release Under Supervision (RUS)
15 - Released by Order of Court - Timely Prosecution (CPL 180.80)
16 - Released by Order of Court - Acquittal
17 - Released by Order of Court - Case Dismissed
18 - Released to Probation Supervision
19 - Other Release by Order of Court
20 - Release to DOCS on New Prison Sentence
21 - Release to County Penitentiary
22 - Released by Local Conditional Release Commission
28 - Other
29 - County Inmate Discharged for Unknown Reason
OTHER JURISDICTION INMATE EXIT REASON
31 - Returned to State Prison for Technical Violation of Parole
32 - Parole Violator Released from Detainer
33 - Released to Federal Custody
34 - Extradition
38 - Other
39 - Discharge for Unknown Reason (does not include other counties' inmates - these cases will be reported by the original jurisdiction)
OTHER EXIT REASONS
41 - Death
42 - Escape
48 - Other
Comments: *A county inmate is an individual remanded to the custody of a county sheriff or corrections department by any of the courts or the Local Conditional Release Commission within that county.
The five boroughs of New York City are considered as one county.
Page Info: DATE STANDARD ESTABLISHED: 2/92