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This sort of question irks any inmate who has to do REAL time. By the time you read this answer, the bid will be almost over. IF he gets any good time, it'll be 15% of the sentence.Read more
until the votech training is complete. they are doing him a great favor by giving him some way to make it on the outside. job training like this is invaluable if he is serious about not going backRead more
yes, monthsRead more
Yes, they can speak with their counselor or case managerRead more
Yes, there are many programs available for the inmates for alcohol and drugs, better known as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). They are not required per se, but they are encouraged to attend.Read more
yes you can reinvent yourself if you put your mind to itRead more
Unless there is something new, the inmates at Meade Co Detention Center are only released early for extreme overcrowding. County jail time is normally short term anyway and outside of the GED program, there aren't any classes to take. The vocational and educational programs are more robust in state and federal prison because the length of sentence is normally a lot longer.Read more
Sorry, but we have no idea. You can call there and ask to speak with the unit secretary 607-869-5111Read more
Yes they do. As you can imagine, the best classes are the ones that you show willingness and openmindedness to learn from them. The challenge is getting your loved one to accept that they need to have feedback. Once they agree that it's goiong to benefit them, they will gain a lot of knowledge and it will make them better parents when they get out. It is important to try and let them come to the conclusion that they needRead more
We do not have access to internal programming schedules. We have found the ASPC counselors to be very helpful, we recommend calling there and asking nicely what the current schedules are (and is my inmate eligible?). It makes your request more personal.Read more