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Yes, they are segregated in most prisons. There are some cases where that isn't possible but the administration understands the dynamic and does everything in their power to ensure the safety of all inmates.Read more
Absolutely not, that is a felony. It is against the law for any correctional employee to have a sexual relationship with an inmateRead more
Inmates that are found to have committed sex crimes by other inmates will not last long. They are usually placed in Protective Custody (PC) which is a segregated area of cells also known as the Special Housing Unit (SHU), unless they are at a facility where all inmates are convicted of sex crimes. Even then, the child molester (Cho-Mo) is placed in some segregated area for their own protection.Read more
We don't know enough of the case to make a determination. But, if this is possession of children pornography, he is NOT getting house arrest. If he is ill, then they will designate him to a hospital prison.Read more
We don't know the exact policy of the institution where they are being held, but of they are on a sex registry involving children the mail room COs will probably not let the pictures go through.We would think sending pictures of childres to an accused (convicted) child predator would be stretching the bounds of common sense.Read more
There are specific restrictions for who can and cannot visit inmates with certain sex charges against them. We would recommend calling the facility and getting the answer directly related to your loved one, instead of us guessing and giving you bad info.Read more
It depends on the court written Judgement and Commitment Order. There is no general rule as there are varying degrees of offenses and it is entirely up to the sentencing judge and the facility as to how to handle the visitation. We think that unless there are grievous circumstances surrounding the crime, the court would like inmates to remain connected to their familes wherever possible.Read more
They do NOT get less good time. All inmates get the exact same privilege - it is up to them whether they keep it. Inmates are granted a 15% good time credit the day they are incarcerated. Only the inmate's failure to follow the rules would cause them to lose any or all of this privilege.Read more
We don't have any rapists here to answer this question, but if you had a firearm at your side the intruder would not be thinking about sex at all.Read more
The Federal Bureau of Prisons offers sex offender treatment to offenders with a history of sexual offending and who volunteer for treatment. The Bureau provides two levels of treatment intensity: residential and non-residential. Eligibility for participation in a treatment program depends on an offender’s evaluated risk of future sexual offending. Institutions offering this treatment often have a higher proportion of sex offenders in their offender population. This higher concentration of sex offenders within an institution helps offenders feel more comfortable acknowledgingRead more