MD Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. Patuxent Institution's Youth Program was established by the legislature in 1. Eligibility criteria for the Patuxent Institution Youth Program are similar to the Eligible Person Program. The offender must: Have an intellectual impairment or emotional imbalance; Be likely to respond favorably to the programs and services provided at Patuxent Institution, and Be better able to respond to remediation through Patuxent Institution's programs and services than by other incarceration. See COMAR (Code of Maryland Regulations) 1.
The offender must be referred to the Institution by the court at the time of sentencing. Only youthful offenders who are younger than 2. See Correctional Services Article, Section 4- 4.
Maryland Annotated Code. The primary focus of the program is developmental, with the goal of assisting the youthful offenders in their transition to viable adult development. The program is staff- intensive and requires increased direct contact and monitoring of the youthful offenders. Once a youthful offender is accepted into the Patuxent Institution Youth Program, the youth remains in the program until either he or she: Is paroled by the Institutional Board of Review with the approval of the Secretary; Has completed the term of imprisonment, or Is transferred by the Director of Patuxent Institution to the Division of Correction. The program is not voluntary. Questions or comments for Patuxent Institution: patuxent@dpscs.
Patuxent Institution's Youth Program was established by the legislature in 1994 in response to the increasing number of violent juvenile offenders who have been waived to adult criminal courts. Patuxent Insti tution Youth Program. Speci fical ly, you a sk whether. youthful offenders. The Program is open t o an indivi dual under t he age of 21 years who is sent enced to a t erm of impris onment of three years or more. The Patuxent Institution Youth Program also was established. and replacing tier counseling with quarterly meetings with the offenders. Components of the program. of Public Safety and Correctional Services. Patuxent Youth program; may grant, deny, or revoke status to offenders in these programs; may find. Findings of Ineligibility. Another 15% of the offenders in the Patuxent Youth Program were found ineligible by the Director. Patuxent Youth Program 164 Correctional Mental Health 192 Mental Health Transition 32 Mental Health Step-Down 32 Parole Violator Program 50 Patuxent. offenders in the Youth Program is 11-15 years (see Table 4f). The FY2010 Joint Chairmen’s Report requires the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services to submit a report pertaining to the. significant portion of the offenders housed at the. Male Patuxent Youth.
Patuxent Institution began operations in 1955. this body also annually reviews offenders' progress in the EP and Patuxent Youth Programs. It may find offenders ineligible for a treatment program. Youth Program Eligibility. Patuxent Institution's Youth Program was established by the legislature in 1994 in response to the increasing number of violent juvenile offenders who have been waived to adult criminal courts.
Inmates in either the Eligible Person Program or Youth program are not subject to the jurisdiction. may find offenders ineligible for a treatment program. Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. Community Support About Us Frederick County State's Attorney / Youthful Offender Program The Frederick County State's Attorney’s Office.