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yes, but you would have to do this with prior-permission and make the exchange of the ring in the visiting room.Read more
one to three months usuallyRead more
corrlinks access - yes, phone calls - noRead more
no, not until he completes orientationRead more
They teach incoming inmates the rules for making outbound calls during orientation (which occurs in the first week of arrival at the prison). If someone puts money on their books, the unit secretary gives them a notification of the deposit.Read more
Yes, but understand that there will be other eyes on your message so don't say anything incriminatingRead more
NEVER! cellphones are prohibited in ANY penal facility. In fact, if you try to carry one into the intake, they will immediately throw you in the SHU (the hole, solitary confinement) if just for being less than self-aware. Stay away from other inmates that might have smuggled a cell phone in, you will be able to use the public phone with money on your account.Read more
General inmates can access air-conditioning in buildings designated for chapel, programs, classification, medical and administration. There is also a gym. As an aside, the new institutions are designed with air-conditioning, but many current FDOC facilities were constructed prior to air-conditioning being commonplace and were instead designed to facilitate airflow to provide natural cooling within them. Housing units with air-conditioning make up approximately 24 percent of FDC’s housing units (dorms).Read more
men and women are NEVER housed together, in any prison or jailRead more
Not really, most people coming into the camp are quarantined for a week or two in the SHU before being allowed to walk over to the camp.Read more