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There are no status updates on inmates that the public may access. Generally, the only way to get any information (if they will actually share it with you) is to call and speak with a counselor, case manager, unit team secretary or chaplain. It's not the easiest to accomplish so be patient.Read more
Normally a criminal tresspassing can be plead down to a misdemeanor with some community service, but the theft is the problem. The value of what he stole will likely have a major impact on the penalty. If it is over $1000 there might be some time. If he has a criminal history or he has already served some time, the penalty is going to be tougher than it would if this was a first-time offenseRead more
The RRM address that the BOP posts is not where he will live. We have a directory online that has ALL of the facilities. There is no email service for the RRM as far as we know. They have Corrlinks in the prisons now but it is not functioning in the halfway house. If you used our service, it will need an address change becasue the mail is going to the RRM main office, not where your inmate is. IfRead more
yes, it will work with all forms of debit cardsRead more
You should NOT put money on any inmate account if you do not know who that person is. This is an old inmate scam that somehow gets unwiitting people to fund "dummy accounts" which end up putting money in the inmate's commissaryRead more
Work release is that portion of the Community Release Program that allows selected inmates to work at paid employment in the community during the last months of their confinement. There are many facilities across the country and none of them do things the same way. We would advise calling there before your arrive to get an exact list of their rules. Here is a sample "Allowable Item List": Clothing must be free of lettering and logos. Shirts andRead more