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Subject: Visitation

It's not fair, but prison is not there for fairness, it is there for the housing of inmates until their sentence is served under rules that we on the outside can't imagine.  Visitation is considered a privilege, not a right - and when they take it away it is usually for some sort of egregious act from a group of inmates. The rules that are imposed are not to punish the visitors, they are there to keep the order and control the acts

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Subject: Visitation

All visitors that fill out a  pre-qualification - their name is run through the NCIC database for criminal record and outstanding warrants

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Subject: Visitation

There is a resident or visiting chaplain at every detention facility. You may call the main number and request to speak to the chaplain. They are usually very good at giving time to concerned family and friends. Normal visitation will usually cover a pastor's visit. The only time it is considered a "special visit" is if there was some sort of family emergency and the pastor would need to deliver news to the inmate in person. That may be arranged

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Subject: Visitation

Here is a link to the AL DOC Family Handbook (page 14): http://www.doc.state.al.us/docs/PublicMaleInmateHandbook.pdf You are most likely going to have to request a "special visit" where they give provisional time extensions because of the travel. You may address the "immediate family" issue at that time.

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Subject: Visitation

Depending on where he is, there is usually a period of Admission & Orientation which integrates the inmate into the system. They learn the rules and expectations. Once the go through this period of "education", they will be allowed to receive visitors.

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Subject: Visitation

“Ask the Inmate” is not a direct communication link to a particular inmate, it is a question and answer forum between you and a former inmate who knows how things work on the inside. To communicate, you can write letters or send photos - you will have to go to your My Account area and click on the Inmate Page and then click "Letters". You will be able to communicate to them through there.

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Subject: Visitation

All visits in the HCADC and work center are non‐contact; however, inmates may be allowed contact visits with the approval of the Warden. Each inmate is allowed five (5) visitors and a reasonable number of children under the age of 18 on their visitation list. A parent must accompany persons under the age of 18. All adult visitors must have a government issued picture ID in order to visit. All visits are limited to three (3) people per visit (including

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Subject: Visitation

Normally, there will be no restrictions placed on the length of visits during the facility's established visitation periods. However, certain situations that may affect the length of time for a visit. Below please find a general list of situations: • in order to have the offender in the visitation area during the mid-day count, visitors must arrive at the facility one (1) hour prior to the time that is designated by the Warden as the mid-day count. The mid-day count time

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Subject: Visitation

You will have to petition the facility for approval. Felony visitors are often denied but if you have a compelling story, they might approve you.

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Subject: Visitation

You will have to get a special waiver to visit your inmate. There are occasions where visitation is granted but permission is definitely required ahead of time. If the visitation is allowed you will most likely we able to bring your infant son.

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