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If they are approved and awaiting transfer it depends on the bed space available in the treatment dormRead more
Yes, you should wait until they are confirmed at their permanent housing unit to send anything. There is no address for "In Transit".Read more
Only items purchased through the commissary AND all personal mail, legal documents or writings.Read more
When the CO says "pack your stuff", you throw everything into a big plastic bin. You are allowed to take everything in your locker, including all of the commissary items you have bought.Read more
Transfers are done "in the dark" and the inmates cannot make calls until they are safely in their new location. This process takes no longer than a week to 10 daysRead more
They will try to get him moved as soon as they have a bed and transfer route in place.Read more
If Butner is his designation, then he will eventually get transferred. They are not going to give you (or him) any indication of when that will happen for obvious reasons. The transfer guards keep dates, times, and travel routes confidential. They are very efficient at what they do, just be patient... one day you'll get a call from Butner saying, "I'm here".Read more
There are several reasons why this could happen, not all are bad reasons. They could be moved to a lower security level facility as their custody status could change as they get closer to the door. They could be moved to a jail near where they are going to appear in court. OR, they could be moved to a higher security level facility for infractions including fighting, contraband or separate issues. Ask your inmate why they moved him, he definitelyRead more
Transfers rarely happen by request, especially from someone on the outside. In federal, you have to serve 9 months in the current prison before they would even consider a transfer to another. They want a track record of excellent behavior and programming to get "stepped down" in custody levels which leads to work release.Read more
The transfers are done in complete secrecy so you won't have a timetable. They'll usually say, "transferred in the next 30-60 days". There is a safety issue transporting inmates which is why the exact dates are never known to the public. In fact, the inmate doesn't know until 5:00am the morning they are being moved.Read more