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Restricted Housing Unit (RHU) blocks are isolation cells where the movement and the privileges are severely restricted. The Unit is used for administrative segregation or disciplinary segregation - inmates remain in their one or two-man cells virtually 24 hours a day. When taken from the cell, the inmate remains completely shackled at all times. The inmate is limited to 3 days of a one-hour recreation time in an outdoor cage. Only three showers per week. The inmate is also restrictedRead more
The only real option you have for getting information, is to call the facility and ask to speak with his counselor and express your concerns in the most respectful and humble manner.Read more
Los internos son movidos por muchas razones. Puede ser que hayan solicitado cambiar las células, porque no se llevan bien con algun recluso. El personal podría pensar que un cambio de escenario sería lo mejor. Cualquiera que sea la razón, no es necesariament algo malo.Read more
The "hole", also known as the SHU (special housing unit) is prison inside prison. The inmate is in a one or two man cell with zero access to the outside world except for two one-hour exercise periods where you are in a cage outside. It is strict, high security with 24/7 monitoring. Inamtes get three square meals per day and three showers per week, one 15-minute phone call per week and a very abbreviated commissary list. It is not theRead more
There must have been some evidence that you we asked by your boyfriend to smuggle contraband. Whether the letter was read or they overheard a conversation on the telephone (they listen to and record every call) you were singled out as a potential problem. They cannot arrest you for something that was asked of you, that you didn't actually carry out.Read more
Punitive segregation allows only one 15-minute call per week, however, they may write as many letters that they want.Read more
Our advice would be to speak with the chaplain first. Get a feel for the situation there, although the chaplain is an employee they usually have a level of empathy. If you find that the chaplain is helpful, then their advice should be followed. If you feel that the chaplain is not really listening, then you should take it to the next level and ask to speak to the warden. It is our experience that unless there is a mountainRead more
Sometimes the inmates are unable to use the phone. It might be a group or individual punishment that is only temporary. If you go too long without hearing from him, you might try calling the facility and ask to speak with the case manager, counselor or unit team secretary to get more information.Read more
You might try calling the facility and ask to speak with the case manager, counselor or unit team secretary to get more information.Read more
Unfortunately the federal Bureau of Prisons does not have to tell the outside public anything that they are doing relating to inmate punishment or transfer. If your inmate is in the SHU, he is allowed one 15-minute phone call per week. He is allowed to receive mail and he is allowed to write. If you have spoken to your inmate's counselor or case manager (or unit team secretary) before that might open the lines of communication, but it is notRead more