Communication occurs when the Officer and the Parolee understand what the other is saying. Parolees have their own slang terms, which have unique meanings. Here are some commonly used slang terms that you can use and ones you may here when talking to the Parolee. For information on ordering a slang term dictionary, see Police Training Products.

AD SEG ADMINISTRATIVE SEGREGATION
BEEF A CRIME
BULLET 1 YEAR PERIOD OF TIME
C/O CORRECTIONAL OFFICER
CHRONO INSTITUTIONAL WRITE UP
115 SERIOUS CHRONO
128 LESS SERIOUS CHRONO
DORM HOUSING UNIT
G.P. GENERAL PRISON POPULATION
GATED OUT RELEASED FROM PRISON
INK TATTOO
ISSUE YOUR ORIGINAL CRIME
KITE NOTE OR LETTER
P.C. PROTECTIVE CUSTODY
P.O. PAROLE OFFICER
PROGRAM HOW A PRISONER DOES HIS TIME
PRUNO ILLEGAL HOME MADE PRISON ALCOHOL
ROLLED UP ARRESTED
SHU SECURITY HOUSING UNIT
SHANK PRISON MADE KNIFE
SLEEVED ARMS COVERED WITH TATTOOS
STAFF CUSTODY PERSONNEL
TACS TATTOOS
TATS TATTOOS
YOLKED MUSCULAR
TIER LEVELS OR STORIES IN A HOUSING UNIT
TIPPED UP GANG AFFILIATED
TOPPED OUT OFF PAROLE
YARD OUTDOOR RECREATION AREA

For more info contact:

Sergeant Ken Whitley,
P.O. BOX 2623
Corona, CA 92878-2623
or e-mail
info@convictsandcops.com

 

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