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Intake is where the people coming into a facility are first processed. They are usually there for several hours to several days. Once they are designated, they are usually moved to a more "permanent" housing facility.Read more
When the judge says, "time served", that means that whatever time he has accumulated awaiting the sentencing, is applied to the sentence. He should get with his counselor or case manager to make sure that he is getting proper calculation - they should then be able to give him a new "out date".Read more
Violations for not charging his anklet sounds like BS to us. ALL of the recharging of ankle bracelets are not requirements of the offender wearing them. They are not to be removed and cannot be charged while being worn. IF there is an issue, the probation officers get a "battery low" warning and then call the person in to have the anklet changed out. There are too many possible variables for us to determine or guess how much timeRead more
It takes about an hour to email you the new local number. Quarterly Plan accounts are 1000 long distance minutes per month plus whatever fraction of the month that you signed up inRead more
Danbury FCI is a low facility with an adjacent satellite camp which is minimum.Read more
The phone service is used in conjunction with Global Tel (GTL) also known as offenderconnect.com. Here is how it works... We get you a local line matching the rate center of the prison your inmate is in. Your inmate dials this local number and it will ring on your current phone. You will need to register the local number with GTL (just like you would your long distance number without our service) who will charge you only for the localRead more
Residential Drug Abuse Program. RDAP is limited to federal inmates. Inmates that complete the 9 month program get 12 months off their sentence plus a guaranteed 6 months of halfway house. If you want more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more
The visitation in federal facilities is very organized and civilized. If you get there, you will get to visit. If he is in the FCI, the supervision is tighter than if he is in the camp. The camp visitation is almost like you're not in a prison. Bring $20 in ones or quarters (for vending machines) in a see-thru bag and nothing else but your car keys and drivers license. Do not wear shorts or any top that shows tooRead more
It depends on the facility's warden and custody level of the inmate. We would advise calling the chaplain of the prison and see what their rules are on inmate marriage.Read more
We estimate it takes 2-3 business days. However their could be delays once inside the facility as they open each piece of mail for contraband - in some cases read all the mail too. Be patient, we have excellent delivery success.Read more