Category 17. Every detainee classified in Category 4 shall be detained in custody until his or her release can be reviewed by a judicial officer at or before the initial hearing.
(a) he/she is charged with an offense listed in Offense Level “D” as provided in paragraph 14;9. Any individual assessed as Category 1, Category 2, or Category 3, but not placed in Category 4 as above, shall be released on his/her own recognizance and shall be supervised through the pretrial release program under the appropriate level of supervision.
(b) he/she is an individual who cannot be positively identified including, but not limited to, those individuals who refuse to cooperate in their identification by refusing to be fingerprinted, individuals who provide conflicting identification, and individuals whose identifying information cannot be verified;
(c) he/she has an outstanding arrest warrant, or is on probation or community corrections, or is currently released on bond or recognizance or to a pretrial release program for a pending criminal case;
(d) he/she is charged with Battery, Stalking, Invasion of Privacy, or Strangulation. Such an individual shall remain in Category 4 for 24 hours after book-in; thereafter, release shall be in accordance with the individual’s true assessed risk category and the matrix in
(e) he/she refuses to cooperate in the risk assessment and/or pretrial screening process;
(f) he/she scores in higher than category 3 on the pretrial risk assessment.
11. Offense Level “A” includes:
(i) no firearm or deadly weapon was used or involved in any way;
(ii) no bodily injury occurred to any person;
(iii) no force was used or threatened against any person; and
(iv) is not listed in Attachment 2.
(a) the individual possessed or carried a firearm or other deadly weapon;
(b) bodily injury occurred;
(c) there was use of force or a threat of force, including by use of motor ) vehicle;
(d) the individual resisted law enforcement;
(a) no firearm or deadly weapon was used or involved in any way;
(b) no bodily injury occurred to any person;
(c) no force was used or threatened against any person; and
(d) is not listed in Attachment 2.
14. Offense Level “D” includes Murder, Attempted Murder, Dealing in Cocaine or a Narcotic Drug, Dealing in or Manufacturing Methamphetamine, Dealing in a Controlled Substance, all Level 1 felonies, all Level 2 felonies, Level 3, 4, or 5 violent felonies, and any charges enhanced by a Habitual Offender or by a Habitual Vehicular Substance Offender allegation. For purposes of this schedule, a Level 3, 4, or 5 felony is a “violent felony” if the offense is listed in Attachment 2.16. Pretrial conditions of release under this pretrial release schedule may include that the individual released shall:
15. Pretrial conditions of release under this pretrial release schedule shall include that the individual released:
(a) shall appear in Court at all times required by the Court;
(b) shall not leave Indiana without the prior written consent of the Court, and shall agree to waive extradition as a condition of release to the Pretrial Services Program and/or the Court granting such consent; (c) shall not commit nor be arrested for another criminal offense;
(d) for the purpose of receiving court notices and reminders of hearing dates, shall provide to the Pretrial Services Program, the Court and the person’s attorney, a valid e-mail address, if available;
(e) for the purpose of receiving court notices and reminders of hearing dates, shall provide to the Pretrial Services Program, the Court and the person’s attorney, a valid telephone number for a cellular telephone that is capable of receiving text messages, if available;
(f) shall notify the Pretrial Services Program, the person’s attorney and the Court in writing of any change of address, telephone number or e-mail address within 24 hours of any such change;
(a) call in regularly to an electronic monitoring system;SO ORDERED this 1st day of February,, 2018
(b) respond promptly to email, telephone calls or text messages from the Pretrial Services Program or the court;
(c) verify employment, residence and contact information;
(d) meet in person as directed with a case monitor from the Pretrial Services Program;
(e) obey all rules and regulations of the Pretrial Services Program;
(f) obey all other conditions imposed by the Court.