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Lockdown means that the compound is essentially "locked-down" from normal operations. There are no visits, no phone privileges, no commissary. Just 24/7; locked in their cells. It becomes a stressful environment for the days, weeks or sometimes months of "punishment" until it is lifted. Inmates do still receive mail.Read more
Group punishment for some bad act that occurred.Read more
Ther prisons do not share any information about the reasons for anything that goes on inside the walls. Unless the issue leaks out from an inmate that shared it with their loved ones, no news gets outRead more
This is a Special Housing Unit also known as the SHU. Typically they are in segregation, outside of the general population for a variety of reasons - none of which are particularly good.Read more
SID is code for special internal investigation. The inmate is under investigation for an infraction of sorts. Normally, any inmate under investigation is relegated to the SHU (the hole, isolation) and cannot receive visits until there is a decision handed down.Read more
This is not the type of crime that retribution by inmates is imposed. However, we would strongly advise you to NOT share your paperwork. We would get together a decent explanation of what occurred and when you feel the need to share your story, probably with some inmate gets close to you (and it's inevitable that it will happen), you need to have a very condensed version. But if you can try not to talk about your case to anyone.Read more
The prisons operate without having to answer to anyone on the outside. When an inmate gets put in the hole for fighting, they are at the mercy of the DHO, the Disciplinary Hearing Officer. It is that person who acts as judge, jury and sentence renderer. Your inmate will make their testimony to the DHO and they will make their binding decision. Your inmate will have to tell you what happened.Read more
Yes, it is absolutely considered an escape. And as you could imagine, is going to create a tremendous hardship on them when they are captured.Read more
Do you know why he is in the SHU? The reason behind being in solitary would probably answer why it's taking so long. When I was in the SHU, there was a guy there for 11 months awaiting a transfer. He was caught with a cellphone and had to do 18 months in the SHU before they would transfer him to a higher custody prison. Administrative makes me think that he might have asked to be taken out of theRead more
The SHU restrictions are very rigid. Inmates are permitted ONE 15-minute phone call per week. Their commissary list is reduced to a couple dozen items, only... more necessity items than and not a wide list of choices compared to the norm. The visits are limited depending on the reason for being sent there. Sometimes there are no visits, other times it'd be reduced to once a month.Read more