To qualify for SHOCK incarceration, you must be an eligible inmate. “Eligible inmate” means a person sentenced to a term of prison and is eligible, or will become eligible, for release within three years, who has not reached the age of 50, and who has not previously been convicted of a violent felony. Additionally, you do not qualify for SHOCK incarceration if you are convicted of any of the following crimes:

  • a violent felony offense except for burglary in the second degree pursuant to 140.25(2) or robbery in the second degree pursuant to 160.10(1) or an attempt thereof
  • an A-I felony offense
  • any homicide offense
  • any felony sex offense
  • any escape or absconding offense