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Go to the FCI Gilmer prison page on our website and click "Send Money" it will take you directly to the correct place on the Western Union website to send money into the Federal system. Use State Code: DC and City Code: FBOPRead more
It depends on where they are doing time, what their charges and criminal history are. The federal system has a program called RDAP that can reduce a sentence by twelve months. Some state systems have reductions for work credits. All places have good time credits for inmates that have no incident reports.Read more
yes, newspaper subscriptions are allowed in all federal prisonsRead more
Absolutely NOT. Inmates caught with a cell phones could bring additional federal charges and additional time added to their sentence. Inmate calls are all recorded and charged through a single prison phone company or an internal account. The calls are expensive but the price of the calls can be cut through our Discount Telephone Service. If your inmate calls you "long distance", ask us and we will be happy to answer any questions getting the service set up for yourRead more
Our program will bring the cost of each phone call to the lowest possible price - but it depends on the facility, where it is located and who the current provider is that services that facility. A good general range is from $0.50 - $3.00. Most calls are in the $1.25 - $1.75 range. Let us know the details and we will try and give you a more accurate rate.Read more
If your telephone number is local to the jail, then our service will not benefit you. The service at the jail has a contract making them the sole provider for outbound inmate calls. In most cases, a long distance call from the jail is more expensive than a local call. We get folks who are out of town a local number (that rings on their current phone, changing nothing). The phone provider for the jail will ONLY charge for theRead more
All jails and prisons are tough. The experience is up to the inmate and how they deal with other inmates. If they are mouthy or confrontational, this is going to be a long, rough bid. If the inmate is willing to let the small stuff slide,go about their business and keep to a routine bothering no one, then it will be smooth sailing. Some of the prisons with the worst reputations are not hard on every inmate. Reputation is aboutRead more
It all depends upon the security level of the facility. If it is a minimum security prison, then there will be places for the kids to play with their father. If it is higher levels, then it is much more strict about keeping the kids from roaming around - it's tough for them to sit still for long visits, but you don't know why certain inmates are there and the guards are mindful that kids could be targets, too. SoRead more
County jails in general are not "long term holding facilities, but that does not mean they are necessarily short term either. An inmate could be in county for a year or two before a trial, a sentencing, a transfer or a detainer.Read more
The inmateAid telephone service works at ALL facilities where it can get a local number. You will still use the service at the jail, but if your telephone number is long distance (area code is not the only determinant), having a local number from the same rate center as the jail will in most cases save considerable money on a per-call cost basis.Read more