Some sex offenders are designated to facilities where they receive specialized services. The Bureau recognizes sex offenders as a vulnerable population within a prison setting. Institutional assignment, unit management, Psychology Treatment Programs, and re-entry planning promote the well-being of sex offenders while incarcerated and help both the offenders and society by reducing the likelihood of re-offence after release. View our policy on sex offender programs. The Bureau offers sex offender treatment to offenders with a history of sexual offending and who volunteer for treatment.
The Official New York State Sex Offender Registry - NY DCJS
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BOP staff review the inmate's records and prepare a classification score based on such factors as length of sentence, stability, education, employment and behavior during a prior incarceration. The classification score determines the type of facility where the inmate will be housed. This score may change over time based on individual behavior and specific case factors. During service of the prison term, an inmate may be transferred to a different institution based on the needs of the inmate or the prison system. Educational and vocational programs are available to inmates.