RDAP Notice of Qualification
So, this is the golden ticket for 18 months time off from prison! This is the actual document you will sign once you are accepted into the RDAP program. This document came from one of our successful clients and his identity has been removed for his privacy and protection.
He was asked to sign this document right after he completed the clinical
interview with the prison's Drug Abuse Program Coordinator (DAPC) who is the head clinical psychologist for the RDAP program. This document means that he has been "officially" accepted into the
program and will be put on the wait-list to begin programming shortly.
The wait-list is sorted strictly by the inmate's "OUT" date which is the inmate's sentence completion date minus his good time credit. This is the same date that is listed on the BOP website as the "Release" date if you did an inmate locator search. Those with an earlier "OUT" date will start the program first. Because of the strict rules in place for RDAP eligibility currently, the wait-list as of fall 2012 has been short BOP-wide with most inmates starting RDAP on time or early. That's good news if you get in, but bad news, if you are trying to qualify. It's imperative that you prepare yourself and timing is critical.
Within 30 days after you are off the wait-list and start the RDAP program, the "Release" date, as listed on the inmate locator search on the BOP website, will reflect your sentence reduction. In other words, the "Release" date officially changes, based on the assumption that you will successfully graduate! Remember to take another 6 months off this date for the extended halfway house and home confinement that is earned with the RDAP program.
This is such a relief for friends and loved ones, as they themselves see the "Release" date change, reflecting the sentence reduction, with their own eyes! Yes, it is for real!
RDAP Law and Prison Consultants specialize in successful RDAP eligibility, admissions, and support for the maximum sentence reduction possible for early release. We take most cases on contingency, which means we will get you success or there is no fee. Your success is our success. Timing is important and with the complex requirements surrounding what documentation are deemed acceptable, it’s important to seek consultation immediately. Call us now!