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State-Requested Travel Restrictions

NOTICE: The following is a chronological listing of requests made by individual states to temporarily restrict travel permits to offenders to specific locations for specific events within their states. This list is updated as new requests are made by the Interstate Compact office in the receiving state.

To add your Travel Restriction Request to this list please send the information through the Contact form.

Interstate Compact Offices: In the spirit of the Compact, please contact the receiving state directly if you have an offender requesting to transfer to one of the areas listed below.

October

Florida
October 08–November 26

UPDATED 10-22-18:
Until Further Notice: Travel restrictions are requested until further notice for Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty and Washington counties.

Offenders who are employed by or have a work contract with a licensed Florida company or with FEMA may receive a travel permit to come to Florida for recovery employment purposes. Please email the travel permit with supporting employment documentation to fl.compact@fdc.myflorida.com. Independent workers not under contract or employed as indicated should not be given travel permits to the affected areas.

If you have any questions, please contact the Florida Compact Office at 850-717-3487.

Florida
October 08–November 05

UPDATED 10-22-18:
Until Monday, November 5: Florida is requesting travel restrictions to the following counties: Gadsden, Holmes, Okaloosa, Wakulla and Walton.

Offenders who are employed by or have a work contract with a licensed Florida company or with FEMA may receive a travel permit to come to Florida for recovery employment purposes. Please email the travel permit with supporting employment documentation to fl.compact@fdc.myflorida.com. Independent workers not under contract or employed as indicated should not be given travel permits to the affected areas.

If you have any questions, please contact the Florida Compact Office at 850-717-3487.

Georgia
October 11–26

UPDATED 10-18-18: Until Further Notice: Although offenders may now travel to areas that still have no electricity and are heavily damaged by Hurricane Michael, it is requested that you please send all travel permits directly to DCA Miriam Dyson, miriamdyson@dcs.ga.gov, for offenders traveling to Baker, Decatur, Doughtery, Early, Grady, Miller, Mitchell, and Seminole counties.