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The inmate either needs money on their books to make an outbound call, or they can make a collect call (the MOST expensive way to the recipient) OR someone on the outside can arrange to place money at the phone carrier (called Advance Pay). The third option normally has two pricing tiers and this is where InmateAid can make a substantial difference. Some pre-paid calls are as much as $15-20 per 15-minutes, InmateAid can get the same call for $3.00Read more
Wow, what a fantastic gesture. There are over 2 million people incarcerated in US jails and prisons. There are hundreds of thousands that have no one contributing to their commissary or phone account. We do not have a particular case in mind but if we do, we will let you know.Read more
Yes, that is the only way the prisons and jails accept themRead more
This is why Inmateaid was founded, for Moms and Dads to have a simple and reliable way to send their inmate things to occupy their minds and make the time go by faster. Reading is the "great escape" for an inmate and to that end, IA offers a wide range of magazine titles and a long-standing partnership with Amazon books. You can also cheer them up with greeting cards, postcards, family photos, selfies and holiday cheer. Click any of theRead more
The facility is similar to a "federal" Metropolitan Detention Center in that it is a tower prison you'd find in NYC, Chicago or LA, and not similar to either a county jail or state prison. Therefore the security is very tight and the inmate movement is limited. There are no outdoor recreation opportunities and the vocational training is limited. But, GEO is a super-professional operator with well-trained staff and decent meal prep.Read more
The Reception and Medical Center is a Florida state prison and hospital for men located in Lake Butler, Union County. The facility is primarily an intake and processing point for all-male state prisoners and a secure medical facility. Inmates here are held on a "temporary" basis until they are transferred to their permanent location. Inmates normally do not stay here longer than a year depending on bed space for the inmate's custody level in the FL DOC. There is limited programmingRead more
Yes, they are segregated in most prisons. There are some cases where that isn't possible but the administration understands the dynamic and does everything in their power to ensure the safety of all inmates.Read more
yes, it works for every jail and prison in the USRead more
Mostly correct, however, there are three days (per week) where the inmate gets one hour of rec in an outdoor cage-like structure by themselves.Read more
It could be 4-6 weeks or more likely 2-4 months before they are on the streetRead more