Inmates must go through ADMISSION AND ORIENTATION (A&O) before being able to make phone calls or accept visits. Once the orientation is complete, the inmate can
get their phone list approved for outbound calls.
Each inmate will typically be interviewed by his Case
Manager and Correctional Counselor within the first seven days after commitment
to the institution. During your orientation, you will also participate in
various lectures, examinations, tests, and interviews. This means that numerous staff members, at one
time or another, will participate directly or indirectly in your program
development and institution orientation. Interviews will be conducted by staff
members, either individually or in a group, and you are encouraged to ask questions.You will be given a case management, social intake, and
medical screening at the time of arrival. You will be provided with a copy of
the institution’s rules and regulations including information regarding inmate
rights and responsibilities. Within the first 30 days of your arrival, you will attend the Admission and Orientation (A&O) Program. While
in A&O you will learn about the programs, services, policies, and
procedures regarding this facility. You will also hear lectures from the staff
regarding their specific programs and departments.
Accepted Answer Date Created: December 18,2014