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Your inmate knows when you are approved to visitRead more
The inmate has to initiate the call. They do not allow incoming calls for inmates.Read more
Yes, that is the baseline rule for every visiting approval - people with a felony record are immediately removed from consideration. BUT, that is not always the end of the road. You can (and definitely should) write a nice, humble letter to the warder and "appeal your case". Don't dwell on your former charge or when it was, but more importantly how you have a plan to help the inmate to not re-offend. To help them become a good citizenRead more
The only way to appeal it is to write the warden. Take a humble approach and be very respectful when communicating. They have the final say. If you are pushy or demanding, you will get nowhere.Read more
We recommend calling them directly (972-441-6160) to make sure there are no current restrictions (due to COVID)Read more
No, you will need to have some contact with that inmate and find out if you need to be on "their visiting list" to gain access.Read more
CDCR has launched limited video visiting to allow friends and family to safely connect with incarcerated people, beginning at five institutions by Nov. 28 with more added through the end of the year. In-person visiting remains canceled statewide until further notice as part of the department’s COVID-19 response. Under the new system, each inmate will have the opportunity for a free 30-minute video visit every 30 days. Visits will take place on weekends and holidays, between 8:30 a.m. andRead more
He will have the option to remove you again if he is adamant about not seeing you right now. You might start by writing him a letter and seeing if you can work things out before resubmitting.Read more
You might find that attitude in any walk of life. The cashier at Walmart, the nurse at your doctor's office or the deli man at the grocery could all have "a bad day". For you to think that YOU need to kiss their ass is an indictment on your attitude. WAKE UP, this isn't a hotel or restaurant. The guards are not social workers, they are paid to oversee prisoners, not patrons. YOU follow their rules without arrogance or don'tRead more
Yes, you can come to any of the Broward County jails with a photo ID. Visitors must have proper / current photo identification. (NO IDENTIFICATION - NO VISIT) Visitors must be on time. Visitors must abide by the dress code. Visitors may be subjected to a pat-down / frisk search and / or electronic search for the detection of contraband. Children must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times. Visitors cannot be on parole, probation, orRead more