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  • Jul 14, 2009, 04:49 PM
    panozzo23
    Can I fly within the U.S. while on probation? My po does not know?
    I want to know if they run ncic at the security check at the airport? I am only leaving for six days?
  • Jul 14, 2009, 06:13 PM
    twinkiedooter

    Yes they do. Expect to be caught. Ask permission from your PO and you just might get it. Otherwise expect to get caught and detained and spend time in jail until your VOP hearing.
  • Jul 14, 2009, 06:40 PM
    Fr_Chuck

    Going is a violation of your probation ( most likely) so is going back to jail worth it? You get permission, if it is for vacation most likely they will say yes
  • Jul 15, 2009, 08:58 PM
    excon

    Hello p:

    I don't know what those airport cops have on their computers, but I'm sure it ain't donkey kong. In fact, I think they know EVERYTHING about EVERYBODY who is walking around the airport. Wouldn't you want to know that if you were an airport cop? Are they going to know that you're on probation?? I don't know. How lucky do you feel?

    Well, if you were a cop, and you LOVED busting people, wouldn't YOU like to have that stuff on your computer?? I think you would. Would it be difficult information to obtain?? Noooo, it isn't. Could I be wrong, and they're all playing donkey kong? Sure. I've been wrong before - once back in '92.

    excon

    PS> (edited) If you ask, I'm sure your PO will give you permission...
  • Jul 15, 2009, 09:04 PM
    twinkiedooter
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by excon View Post
    Hello p:

    I dunno what those airport cops have on their computers, but I'm sure it ain't donkey kong. In fact, I think they know EVERYTHING about EVERYBODY who is walking around the airport. Wouldn't you if you were an airport cop?? Are they gonna know that you're on probation??? How lucky do you feel?

    Well, if you were a cop, and you LOVED busting people, wouldn't YOU like to have that stuff on your computer??? I think you would. Would it be difficult information to obtain??? Noooo, it isn't. Could I be wrong, and they're all playing donkey kong? Sure. I've been wrong before - once back in '92.

    excon

    Exie, I think they are playing something other than Donkey Kong... more like Mafia or Scarface or maybe Grand Theft Auto. But in the real world I think they're playing "We're going to get another one tonight, I'm sure of it".
  • Jul 19, 2009, 03:32 AM
    immauser

    This has been done numerous times... by MANY of my friends... never any problems... depending on what type of probation you have, some do not check. If you are on formal, they would check... if your not even seeing you po or need to report, then they wouldn't.
  • Jul 19, 2009, 06:49 AM
    excon
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by immauser View Post
    this has been done numerous times...by MANY of my friends...never any problems..

    Hello I:

    I have friends who got away with bank robbery too, but I don't recommend it. You shouldn't either, especially here in the LAW board.

    excon
  • Jul 19, 2009, 07:25 PM
    topend

    Do they run an NCIC check on everyone flying?
  • Jul 19, 2009, 07:41 PM
    excon
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by topend View Post
    Do they run an NCIC check on everyone flying?

    Hello again, t:

    I don't know. I'm NOT a cop. But, if I was, I would!

    What?? You think cops are nice guys?? You think they DON'T want to bust you?? When we passed the Patriot Act, we gave them MASSIVE power. I can't imagine them NOT using every tool at their disposal.

    excon
  • Jul 19, 2009, 07:54 PM
    epawls
    You should follow the regulations set forth by your parole officer regarding interstate travel. NCIC checks at the airport are typically only done when you are returning from an international flight. However, airport security may run random NCIC checks on domestic travelers.

    Is whatever you are traveling to worth your freedom.. That is the only thing you must ask yourself. Operate under the assumption that you will be caught and jailed for doing so... if it is worth all that hassle, then by all means, travel away... if not, go through the proper channels for interstate travel or wait until you are off parole/probation.

    If you get pulled over in another state and your name is run, the cops will know that you are on parole/probation... at which time they will ask for your travel permit... if one is not supplied, you sit in their jail until your home state feels like picking you up... that tends to be a while... especially if you are far from home... like up to 3 months...

    I can assure you, if you somehow get popped for this, once you lay down on that thin mattress, in your small cell, with your new found friends, you will be more than pissed that you decided to go without the permission of your P/O.

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