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Bexar County Jail Abbreviations and their meanings 

When you search for Bexar County Arrests you may be wondering what all those abbreviations stand for, and what they actually mean.  Unfortunately, Bexar County does not explain what these abbreviations mean. We hope you find this page helpful.  

Add On – “Add On” means that a charge was added after the initial booking

AFIS – Automated Fingerprint Identification System

APPL – Applied

AWHC – Application for Writ of Habeas Corpus. The writ of habeas corpus is a right guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Texas Constitution. It’s basically another way to overturn a state conviction due to a state or federal constitutional violation.

AWTG – Awaiting

B.C.A.D.C. – Bexar County Adult Detention Center

BND – Bond

CC – County Court

CCBGDLNS – County Court Bond Guidelines (does not qualify for a PR-bond due to County Court Bond Guidelines)

CCPRB – County Court P.R. Bond. This is abbreviation is listed when an individual is already on a P.R. bond

CLR – Clear

CLSD – Closed

CMAG – Central Magistrate’s Office

CONV – Convicted

CRT – Court

CRTC – Court Residential Treatment Center

D.A.C.T. – Drug & Alcohol Facility

D.A.P.V.F. – Drug Alcohol Probation Violators Facility

DC – District Court

DCPRB – District Court P.R. Bond. You will see this abbreviation when an individual is already on a P.R. bond.

DEF ADJ – Deferred Adjudication

Denied/… – The individual was denied a PR bond. The letters following the slash are initials of the person who entered teh data into the system.

DKT – Court Docket

DPS – Department of Public Safety

DSMD – Dismissed

FBGDLNS – Felony Bond Guidelines. An individual does not qualify for a PR bond due to the Felonly Bond Guidelines.

FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation

FILE – Case file.

FS – Felony, State Jail

GDLNS – Guidelines

GPS – Global Positioning System

HSP – Hospital

ICE – Immigration and Customs Enforcement

ILO – Interlock Order (ignition lock for a vehicle)

IPTC – In-Prison Therapeutic Community

ISF – Intermediate Sanction Facility

JAL – Jail

LDC – Legal Defense Counsel

MATCH – Mothers and their Children

MCRT – This could mean Municipal Court (but we are not 100% sure)

MHMRMental Health and Mental Retardation

MIOFMentally Impaired Offender Facility

MTN ENT ADJ GUILT – Motion Entered Adjudicated Guilt

MTRP – Motion to Revoke Probation

NCIC – National Crime Information Center

NG – Non-Guidelines. (PR Bonds is now allowing all misdemeanor charges to be considered for a PR bond. The normal official guidelines have restrictions of what can be considered even for misdemeanors)

NHOI – No harmful or injurious contact (this information was a reader’s submission).

NLETS – National Law Enforcement Telecommunication System

NM – Night Magistrate

NOLO CT – Nolo Contendere is a Latin term and it a plea by which a defendant in a criminal prosecution accepts conviction as though a guilty plea had been entered but does not admit guilt.

NOT HANDLED – This comment is used when the charge is not eligible for a P.R. bond.

OTHR – Other

OTOFCO – Out of County

PAR – Parole

PATCH – Papas and their Children

PEN PK – Penitentiary Packet

PICU – Population Impact Control Unit is the meaning we got from the jail. Yes, they do monitor the population levels. However, a reader gave an additional meaning. If what you are looking at may be referring to something to do with mental health, then it could mean Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit.

POSS – Possession

PPOU – Prohibited Possession of Unregistered (We are not sure about this one. No one we spoke to knew for sure, but thought it might be this).

PR – Personal Recognizance (bond)

PR/… – The PR is defined above, the letters after the slash are just the initials of the person who entered the data into the system

RC – Restitution Center

RCO1 – The person has been released

REC – Received

REFUSEDX2 – This means they tried to interview the inmate for a P.R. bond but he refused. In this case he refused two times.

REL – Released

RELPR – Released on a Personal Recognizance Bond

RWOB – Remanded without Bond

SAFP – Substance Abuse Felony Punishment (same as below but sometimes written this way).

SAFPF – Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility

SATF – Substance Abuse Treatment Facility

SBIR – Surety Bond in Route

SBIH – Surety Bond in Hand

SHR OFC – Sheriff’s Office

ST MT SUPPLMNT PND – State Motion to Supplement Pending (means they are going to add more information)

T.A.I.P. – Treatment Alternative to Incarceration Program

TCIC – Texas Crime Information Center

TDC – Texas Department of Corrections

TDCGDLNS – Texas Department of Corrections Guidelines

TDCJ – Texas Department of Criminal Justice

TLETS – Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunication System

TO REL – To be released

TO SUB – To Submit

Tresps – Trespass

TRMT BED – Treatment facility bed / spot to sleep in

TRF – Transfer

VA-IMPACT SENT MT – Veteran’s Affairs-Impact (court) Sent Motion (This has not been confirmed. It was the best guess from a county court employee but it sounds reasonable).

VINEVictim Information & Notification Everyday (It lets victims know when an inmate has been released so they can get to a safe place if they need to.)

VIP – Victim Impact Panel

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