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  • Different between USP and FCI

    What's the difference between the two? Cause I'll seen I lot of assault on officers at USPs. And whats the time limit once you hired on before you can transfer to a different prison?

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    USP (United States Penitentiary) is high security FCI (Federal Correctional Institutions) are low or medium security. Not that bad things don't happen at FCI's they just don't happen often.

    You generally have to have a year in the door and off probationary status before you can transfer however a paid move below a GL 9 LT only happens for an activating institution. So to lateral you pay your own move

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      Originally posted by in625shooter View Post
      USP (United States Penitentiary) is high security FCI (Federal Correctional Institutions) are low or medium security. Not that bad things don't happen at FCI's they just don't happen often.
      Staff Assaults can happen anytime anywhere but like shooter said the Mediums(FCI) just doesn't happen often.

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        @in625shooter. What do you mean by an activating institution. Newly opening?

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          Originally posted by tazz7210 View Post
          @in625shooter. What do you mean by an activating institution. Newly opening?
          Yes, newly built institutions that are activating have paid moves below GL 9 until it is fully staffed. Usually around a year or so. But the paid move is only for staff already in BOP.
          Last edited by in625shooter; 09-05-2014, 11:39 PM.

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