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Incentive Levels

by Cheryl Cadue last modified Jan 08, 2014 04:07 PM
What are incentive levels and why are they important?

The KDOC’s graduated incentive level system requires that inmates earn privileges in areas which include personal property, visitation, canteen expenditures and eligibility for incentive pay.

Inmates progress through the four-level system by complying with KDOC rules and regulations, participating in programs and practicing pro-social behavior. Once earned, privileges may be lost for non-compliance as an inmate’s behavior determines which incentive levels he/she can earn while incarcerated. Level three is the highest incentive level possible. All inmates enter the Reception and Diagnostic Unit at Intake Level.

Inmate Privileges and Incentive Level System: Attachment A, IMPP 11-101

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