Accountability. Pre-release inmates participating in release programming at an RRM remain in Federal custody while serving a sentence imposed by the U.S. District Court or DC Superior Court. Offenders under the supervision of U.S. Probation or the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency (CSOSA) are housed as a condition of their supervision. Accordingly, RRM staff monitors an inmate's location and movement 24 hours/day. The contractor authorizes an inmate to leave the RRM through sign-out procedures for approved activities, such as seeking employment, working, counseling, visiting, or recreation. Staff continues to monitor inmates by visiting the approved locations (home or work) and/or making random phone contacts at different times during the day. Staff also administers random drug and alcohol tests for those inmates returning to the RRCMfrom an approved activity and conducts random and scheduled in-house counts throughout the day.
Employment. Ordinarily, offenders are expected to be employed 40 hours/week within 15 calendar days after their arrival at the RRC. Staff is available at the RRM to assist inmates in obtaining employment through a network of local employers, employment job fairs, and training classes in resume writing, interview techniques, etc.
How to send staff mail Use this address when sending correspondence and parcels to staff: STAFF NAME RRM Orlando RESIDENTIAL REENTRY OFFICE 6303 COUNTY ROAD 500 WILDWOOD, FL 34785
No time limit unless space availability is limited.
RRM Orlando Description:
Residential Re-entry office is an integral component of the Bureau's correctional programs. Community corrections staff develop and administer contracts for community-based correctional programs and serve as the Bureau's local liaison with the Federal courts, the U.S. Marshals Service, state and local corrections, and a variety of community groups.