(g) For all purposes other than those for which temporary custody is exercised under this arrangement, the prisoner is considered to be in the custody of the sending state and is subject to the jurisdiction of the Sending State, and any escape from temporary conservatory custody may be treated in the same way as an escape from the original place of detention or other legal means. b) After receiving the written request of the officer concerned in point (a) of the officer, the competent authorities who place the prisoner in detention issue the official a certificate attesting to the length of the undertaking during which the detainee is detained, the time already served, the amount of time remaining to be served, the amount of the period earned , the length of the prisoner`s parole, as well as all decisions of the state probation authority concerning the prisoner. These authorities provide both all other officials and the relevant courts of the host state who have incarcerated areas against the prisoner, accompanied by certificates and similar communications, informing them of the application for conservatory custody or availability, as well as the reasons for this request. All courts, departments, agencies, civil servants and employees of this state and its political sub-divisions are responsible for enforcing the detention agreement and cooperating with each other and with other states to enforce the agreement and enforce its objectives. The agreement also provides that, when a prisoner seeks an injunction for a case for which an inmate has been filed, he applies for an order on all matters for which the detainees have been submitted by the same « [S]tate ». Article III, point (d). In this context, the various federal districts have been referred to as separate « [S]tates. See UNITED States v. Bryant, 612 F.2d 806 (4. Cir.
1979), cert. The agreement does not authorize prosecutions for other charges for which no detainee has been detained unless they arise from the same transaction. [Article V, point d) ] It is not clear whether the trial of the latter is mandatory. Applicability of the agreement: the agreement applies only to « a person (who) has imposed a prison sentence in a prison or prison institute » (Articles III bis) and IV, point a)) and is therefore not applicable to a person detained awaiting trial. See UNITED States v. Reed, 620 F.2d 709, 711-12 (9. Cir.), cert. United States v Evans, 423 F. Supp. 528, 531 (S.D.N.Y.
1976), aff`d, 556 F.2d 561 (2d Cir. 1977). Since the agreement applies only to an inmate based on a spent « charge, information or complaint » requiring « procedure » (Article III A) and IV, point a), the agreement does not apply to an inmate on the basis of a parole warrant. See Reed, supra. The parole procedure is presented in 18 United States.C 4214 (b). The agreement also does not apply to probation agreements. See Carchman v. Nash, 473 U.S. 716 (1985). (d) Any definitive request of a prisoner referred to in point (a) acts as a request for a final decision of any unsolved charge, information or complaint on the basis of which detainees have been filed against the prisoner of the state to which the state prosecutor is expressly the recipient of the application for a final order.