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The inmates are all treated basically the same. The ones that have a harder time inside are making it hard on themselves. If you look for conflict and confrontation, you are in the right place. There is plenty of trouble to get into if you act up. Generally speaking it's not like you see on television - you get three square meals and a bed to sleep on. You have a menial job and lots of time to kill. Boredom is theRead more
Yes, this might help slow down the introduction of drugs into the prison system. But they are in a union and getting "strip searches" approved as a daily function of their job is VERY unlikely to happen. The inmates that keep them in business are equally to blame. We would rather promote how an inmate can use their time of incarceration to lift themselves above what got them in there in the first place. Staying in the drugRead more
Yes, this is a common sign of an inmate that is either operating a "store" or an inmate that is invloved in gambling or smuggling of contraband. Inmates use commissary items as a form of payment for services and other things that go on inside. The reason he is in the SHU is that another inmate, probably one that owes him money, has dropped a ticket on him. The COs then did a shake down but were focused mainly onRead more
You will need to contact the State's Attorney and ask them to enforce collect. They will write an order to the ASPC and request that his inmate trust account be garnished. Restitution is collected vigorously at all of the institutions nationwide.Read more
NO. Inmates know they are not allowed to possess them, yet many feel that the risk of getting caught is worth the ability to talk as often as they want without having the guards listen in. Inmates that get caught face new charges.Read more
It depends on the contraband and the penalty associated with incident report. If it is a serious charge, then it effect everything.Read more
You should call the facility and ask to speak with his case manager. They will be able to assist you. If you do not have any luck with them, try the counselor or the chaplain. If you are patient and respectful, you will likely get the information as you need.Read more
Yes and No. The use of the phone is a privilege and my be taken away for a number of reasons. Mail is considered to be sacred and they NEVER take away the inmate's ability to receive or send mail, even if they are subjected to the SHU for disciplinary reasons. Inmates may not correspond with other inmates unless they are related and have received permission from the warden. The only time mail is restricted is if the inmate isRead more
call the jail and report the harrassmentRead more
Fighting normally gets all suspected participants tossed in the SHU. The SIS gets involved with their investigation. It will be thoroughly reviews, if there is a recording of the incident, you can be 100% sure that there will be a committee looking at it. They will adjust the final incident report to whatever their findings are. If he is giving an incident report for fighting, it is doubtful he would lose much if any goodtime, but it is likely thatRead more