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Depending on the facility, the inmate's calls are paid for by you as a prepaid service or by the inmate from their commissary money. The cost of each call is more expensive based on the whether it is long distance or local. The difference can be as much as $10.00 or more per call. We can get the local number for the inmate to use and drop the call cost by 80-90% per call. If you want more information, emailRead more
JPay.com is the best way to send money to your inmate at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women (formerly called the Clinton State Women's Prison)Read more
The commissary is priced similarly to a normal grocery store. Some items are more expensive, some are less expensive and there are always going to be people that say it's "too expensive". But, every inmate looks forward to their commissary day (one designated day per week). Depending on where your inmate is, inmates may spend about $200 - $300 per month on the commissaryRead more
This depends on where your inmate is incarcerated. Many facilities have the commissary on premises and you just add money to their trust account - they shop for themselves once a week. Let us know the name of the prison or detention center and we will see if there are any other alternatives.Read more
Jpay.com is the easiest way to sent money to an inmate at the Pam Lychner State Jail. For visitation, please call them directly as the times may change: (281) 454-5036Read more
It depends on the security classification of the prison/detention center. Some are strict no-contact visitations and others have a picnic-like setting where you can interact and have light contact, even enjoying snacks from a variety of vending machines.Read more
Intake is where the people coming into a facility are first processed. They are usually there for several hours to several days. Once they are designated, they are usually moved to a more "permanent" housing facility.Read more
Danbury FCI is a low facility with an adjacent satellite camp which is minimum.Read more
The time an inmate will spend in the "hole" or the SHU (special housing unit) is entirely up to the disciplinary hearing officer. Depending upon the offense, it could be as little as a couple of days or as long as several months. They can definitely write letters from the SHU.Read more