What Do Those Letters Mean?



We know we are missing a lot of abbreviations and acronyms.  We’re working hard to get answers but have been having some difficulties.  The judicial side is not being very cooperative at this point.  We will continue to ask for the information that the public needs.  Thank you for your patience.

AFIS – Automated Fingerprint Identification System

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

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

CRTC – Court Residential Treatment Center

D.A.C.T. – Drug & Alcohol Facility

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

DPS – Department of Public Safety

Dsmd – Dismissed

FBGDLNS – Felony Bond Guidelines. (does not qualify for a PR-bond due to Felony Bond Guidelines)

FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation

GPS – Global Positioning System

ICE – Immigration and Customs Enforcement

ILO – Interlock Order (ignition lock for a vehicle)

ISF – Intermediate Sanction Facility

MATCH – Mothers and their Children

MCRT – Municipal Court (I think)

MHMR – Mental Health and Mental Retardation

MIOF – Mentally Impaired Offender Facility

MTRP – Motion to Revoke Probation

NCIC – National Crime Information Center

NLETS – National Law Enforcement Telecommunication System

PATCH – Papas and their Children

PICU – Population Impact Control Unit

RC – Restitution Center

RWOB – Remanded without Bond

SAFPF – Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility

SATF – Substance Abuse Treatment Facility

SBIR – Surety Bond in Route

SBIH – Surety Bond in Hand

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

TCIC – Texas Crime Information Center

TDCJ – Texas Department of Criminal Justice

TLETS – Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunication System

104 thoughts on “What Do Those Letters Mean?

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      Garcia – Texas Department of Corrections Guidelines. It means the PR was refused based on something in those guidelines.

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      Marcus – We believe that means County Court bond but aren’t 100% sure. It is one of the terms we are trying to get an answer for from Pre-Trial. They are worse than what we had to go through the first time around for the commissary lists. (We do have updated commissary lists that we got with no problem this time around, thank you Sheriff Salazar). One of the main problems is that the judicial branch is not subject to open records requests so it’s hard to force them to do anything. Even something as simple as telling us what their abbreviations mean. We’ll keep working on it.

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      Nancy – The individual was denied a PR bond. The last letters are those of the person entering the information into the system.

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      Hailey – Awaiting transfer to the Texas Department of Corrections.

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