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Inmates may write as often as they would like. Stamps are $0.49 and are bought at the commissary along with the envelopes and paper. However, since mail is considered sacred in prison by the institution, they will provide all of these items at no charge to indigent inmates. There is NO reason why an inmate cannot write their loved ones.Read more
You can send letters and photos, magazines and books also care packages (they must be bought and delivered to the facility by an approved vendor). InmateAid can do most of that for you, don't do it yourself, it is likely to be returned or discarded.Read more
Yes, the service for that facility is City TeleCoin. We will get you a number that will make the calls at the cheapest rate they offer. There should be a savings of $3-4 per call.Read more
Probation violation at the federal level does not usually turn out well for the violator. Usually, the original sentencing judge sees the violator. When they look at the record, the sentence, the violation while at the halfway house.Read more
It is much like most state facilities, minimalist meals and sleeping quarters. The worst part of incarceration is the boredom. The 1300 inmate Chillicothe Correctional Center is relatively new and has many recreational, educational and vocational programming options available. With the right attitude an inmate can gain a lot of knowledge if they are willing to put int the time. It is not considered a high risk facility but prison is still a serious place. Actually there have been more guard-on-guard domestic crimesRead more
The CDCR website does not provide that information. You can call the facility and ask to speak to his counselor. BTW, your inmate definitely knows his out date.Read more
Parole is an option if the judge has provided language in the Judgement and Commitment order. This is for state offenders only as federal sentencing no longer offers parole.Read more
They can either reply to your address, or to the address of InmateAid. We receive thousands of Inmate Response letters on behalf of the Members of the site, it provides a way for people to communicate with an inmate without using their actual address.Read more
The rules everywhere are that the inmate must initiate the call and you will be prompted as to whether you will allow the call to be connected. There are going to be charges connected to saying "yes". If you are going to speak with your inmate for more than once a week, you should look into getting a number from InmateAid to make the calls cheaper.Read more
Currently, only six U.S. states allow prison conjugal visits within their prison systems: California, Connecticut, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York and Washington. Originally, prison conjugal visits were used as an incentive to motivate working prisoners to be more productive. They were scheduled visits that allowed the prison inmate to spend one-on-one time with his or her legal spouse. Prisoners were lured by the idea of having the opportunity to have sexual contact with their spouses. Today, the main purpose ofRead more