What does it mean when an inmate is moved?
Once an inmate goes through the entire receiving and classification process — which usually takes about a month — they are moved out of R&O and into the General Population, where they are assigned a specific housing unit, wing, room, and bed number.
Can a prisoner refuse to be transferred?
Transfers are not automatically granted and can be refused. If it is refused the prisoner can appeal through the requests/complaints system and is entitled to a response from the Prison Service Headquarters within 6 weeks.
Why are prisoners transferred to other prisons?
Prisoners may be transferred from one prison to another for a number of reasons. The prisoner’s sentence plan requires them to complete a course which is not available at the prison they are in. They are behaving in a disruptive way. Category A prisoners are routinely moved from time to time for security reasons.
Can a loving parent get their child out of jail?
The jails are filled with criminals such as rapists and murderers… and then people like my son, who are addicted to drugs. It makes no sense to me. It’s hard to think of yourself as a loving parent when you know that for just a few hundred dollars you could get your child out of those situations.
How do you get an inmate transferred to another prison?
When an inmate desires a transfer, they must first make a written request to their case worker so the classification committee can review it. As a rule, the committee will speak to the inmate about their request. They will then make their recommendation to the warden.
When to bail your adult child out of jail?
So unless you’re paying the bills, you don’t get any say in how your adult child conducts their life. You get a call at 1 a.m. that your adult child is in jail. After hearing the sob story about drunken driving, drug possession, or some other involvement in illegal activity, many parents will rush to bail their child out of jail.
Why did my son go to solitary confinement?
He spent two days in solitary confinement for defending himself against an inmate who attacked him. The jails are filled with criminals such as rapists and murderers… and then people like my son, who are addicted to drugs. It makes no sense to me.
How to deal with my son in prison?
Got in with the wrong crowd. Not making excuses for him, because he was raised to know the difference between right and Wrong. He is in for 3yrs. My problem is that life has seemed to stopped for me since then. I seemed to live for the one day a week I can visit him and the other two days when he gets to call.
How to relate to an imprisoned adult child?
So write regularly and often, at least once a week. Use the written word to reassure your son of your unconditional love. Visit (if the facility where your son is incarcerated is not too far away). Face-to-face visits from loved ones mean more to prisoners than most of us on the outside can easily grasp.
Why did my son go to prison at 19?
My son was arrested on 2/1/07 for robbery, he is only 19yrs old. Got in with the wrong crowd. Not making excuses for him, because he was raised to know the difference between right and Wrong. He is in for 3yrs. My problem is that life has seemed to stopped for me since then.
What should I do if my loved one goes to jail?
If the person you loved provided part of the income for your household, you’re going to need to get a new plan. You may need to get a second job or even move. Take a careful look at your budget to see what is necessary for you to survive. Include the extra costs of supporting your loved one in jail.