I’ve reviewed the letter that you received from Mr. Harmer. This letter is the latest in a series of fictitious letters that Mr. Harmer has written in recent months.
By Neysa Taylor / Tennessee department of correction
It appears that Mr. Harmer would like to not only circumvent the grievance process but be able to select his own housing location and job assignment.
The non-negotiable mission of the Department of Correction is to operate safe and secure prisons and provide effective community supervision in order to enhance public safety.
A key part of that mission is ensuring that the right offender is in the right custody level bed with the right level of programming. Mr. Harmer is in the appropriate facility for his custody level.
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