Residential Drug Abuse Program
What is the Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP) Sentence Reduction?
In this video, Bruce Cameron explains the RDAP or “Residential Drug Abuse Program” and how it can reduce your sentence. RDAP is the most sought-out program in the Federal Bureau of Prisons. The video above was filmed by Canal Plus in France. They chose to film a documentary about prison issues. The program featured two of America’s best prison consultants: Bruce Cameron and Larry Levine. Bruce Cameron is a retired Bureau of Prisons staff with 23 years of BOP experience at the institutional, regional and headquarters level of duty assignments.
How Much Can RDAP Reduce my Sentence?
All graduates ordinarily receive 6 months of Residential Re-entry Placement. Eligible graduates can earn up to one year off their sentence. Many receive Home Confinement while at the Residential Re-entry Center. This video explains the admission process as well as the long term commitment that is required for RDAP participation and graduation.
What are the Basic RDAP Sentence Reduction Requirements?
Graduates must complete Transitional Services while in the RRC. This is a necessary component to receive the time off. About 10 percent of inmates fail this last and crucial component of RDAP. The video explains how to finish RDAP strong and receive the time cut you have coming.
RDAP is the most sought-out program in the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
How Can Bruce Cameron Assist with RDAP?
Federal Prison Consultant Bruce Cameron is a former Federal Bureau of Prisons official, now in private practice. He helps defense attorneys and their clients gain admission into this very important BOP program.
Bruce has performed numerous evaluations, screenings and assessments for clients that enabled them to be admitted to RDAP. Defense attorneys seek Mr. Cameron’s assistance to prepare their clients for the Pre Sentence Interview from Federal Probation. Mr. Cameron has been instrumental in helping prisoners get designated to RDAP facilities.
What about Violent offenders?
If eligible, the inmate can qualify for up to one year off their sentence. Even offenders with violent category crimes may qualify for admission in to RDAP. These violent offenders will not receive a time cut, but can get 6 MONTH Residential Re-entry Placement (and possible home confinement).
Contact Bruce Cameron today at 214-431-2032 for more information on how RDAP can help get time off your federal sentence.
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