The Bureau of Prisons monitors and controls the transfer, temporary release (e.g.,
on writ), and community activities of certain inmates who present special needs for
management. Such inmates, known as central inmate monitoring (CIM) cases, require a higher level
of review which may include Central Office and/or Regional Office clearance for transfers,
temporary releases, or community activities. This monitoring is not to preclude a CIM case from such activities, when the inmate
is otherwise eligible, but rather is to provide protection to all concerned and to
contribute to the safe and orderly operation of federal institutions.
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