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My recommendation is to send it where they have them listed in the bop.gov inmate locator. If it is FTC-Oklahoma City, then send it there. That is a transfer facility and they are used to transferring mail to other prisons within the federal BOP system.Read more
where is he located? send us his name, email address and a cell number - we have some sources that might get him placedRead more
Here are all of the prison facilities in Texas for women: Federal Prison Camp, Bryan Federal Medical Center, Carswell TDCJ - Christina Melton Crain Unit TDCJ - Eastham Unit TDCJ - Hilltop Unit TDCJ - Huntsville Unit TDCJ - Linda Woodman State Jail TDCJ - Mountain View Unit TDCJ - Dr. Lane Murray Unit Federal Correctional Institution, Seagoville TDCJ - William P. Hobby UnitRead more
your inmate will have to add itRead more
Mail will only get forwarded if he is in the same prison system (ie federal or state DOC). if you use the InmateAid Letter and Photo Service, we will resend all of the mail to the new facility at no charge to you.Read more
Sure. The InmateAid service makes your location anonymous... but, you may add your information in the body of the card.Read more
Do you know what state he caught his charge? There are inmate locators for every state, find the state DOC and you'll be able to locate him.Read more
You can, but the RRMs are listed as the main office for that particular region, not where they will be housed. Here is a list of the actual halfway houses under the RRM Long Beach jurisdiction. You can click here for a complete list of the halfway houses in California. TURNING POINT CCC-BAKERSFIELD 1101 UNION AVENUE BAKERSFIELD, CA 93385 PHONE: (661) 325-5774 WESTERN CARE CENTERS INC. 11675 EAST END AVENUE CHINO, CA 91710 PHONE: (909) 591-8538 CORNELLRead more
Yes, very modest attire is the rule in every prison or jail. Prepare to be pat-searched and (possibly strip-searched although this is highly unlikely) before entering. Read this InmateAid article click Visiting an Inmate - 10 easy steps and things you should know and Visiting day at a prison - Things you should be aware of for more information.Read more
InmateAid has all of the offerings that you could possibly send an inmate in a prison or jail. Since inmates have a lot of time, reading is something you should encourage, even if reading wasn't a big part of their life on the outside. Using this time in such a way that improves their chances of successful reentry into society. We recommend "the obvious" birthday card and magazines, books, pictures of things you want him to dream about, like you :). IfRead more