28 CFR 570.36 - Non-transfer furlough eligibility requirements.

§ 570.36 Non-transfer furlough eligibility requirements.
(a) An inmate may be eligible for a non-transfer furlough if the inmate meets the criteria described in 570.35(b) and the following additional criteria:
If an inmate has . . . Then the inmate may only be consideredfor . . .
been confined at the initially designated institution for less than 90 days an emergency furlough.
more than two years remaining until the projected release date an emergency furlough.
2 years or less remaining until the projected release date an emergency furlough or a routine day furlough.
18 months or less remaining until the projected release date an emergency furlough, a routine day furlough, or a routine overnight furlough within the institution's commuting area.
1 year or less remaining until the projected release date an emergency furlough, a routine day furlough, or a routine overnight furlough either within or outside the institution's commuting area.
(b) Ordinarily, Wardens will not grant a furlough to an inmate if:
(1) The inmate is convicted of a serious crime against a person;
(2) The inmate's presence in the community could attract undue public attention, create unusual concern, or diminish the seriousness of the offense; or
(3) The inmate has been granted a furlough in the past 90 days.

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