It’s really difficult to prepare for visiting your loved one in prison because each time could be a little different depending on the facility rules and interpretation by the guards. What will help you prepare is to be ready to expect anything.… [Read More...]Read More
Most facilities are now non-smoking. If the facility you are visiting is non-smoking, then you cannot smoke anywhere in the facility. This may include the parking lot and even in your car when you are parked in the parking lot.
In addition, most facilities have become non-smoking for inmates.… [Read More...]Read More
Do not be surprised if your loved one is aloof and doesn’t make contact for the first or first several visits. He or she may feel very emotional and may feel like crying. So showing emotion or giving you a hug when you visit your loved one in prison may not be possible for them to do, even if they want to.… [Read More...]Read More
The facility should provide a parking area free of charge. Be mindful that even though your car may be locked, all vehicles are subject to search. Make sure there is nothing that can be construed as contraband in your car. It is also a good idea to not have valuables in the car and if you do, lock them in the vehicle’s trunk.… [Read More...]Read More
Most facilities have a dress code so you should know what is acceptable to wear when visiting a loved one in prison. Make sure that you know the facility’s rules for acceptable clothing. Yes, there is such a thing as prison dress code!… [Read More...]Read More
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