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Interview with Henry, Bob and Cory

JM: How often could you receive visitors?
Henry: I could receive visitors one day per week. I was permitted to have ten people on my visitation list.
Bob: Once a week. The Delta Dorms had visitation on Wednesdays from 1pm to 3pm.
Cory: I could receive visitors daily, but I only received visits from my mom every other week,

JM: Was the check-in process lengthy for those who came to see you?
Henry: The check in process was lengthy, often spanning a wait and check in time of 1 hour.
Bob: I am not sure as I had no visitors. I do understand that they run a NCIC check on visitors and will arrest anyone found to have an outstanding warrant.
Cory: The check in process was long for the first visit. But every visit after that was not lenghty because they had her info in the system

JM: What was the visiting environment like?
Henry: Visiting was through camera. I would be on one side of the jail, while my family would on the other. We could see each other in a monitor while speaking on a telephone.
Bob: I do know that the visits were conducted via a video link so basically you got to see your visitor on a tv screen and thats it. Kind of depressing. Also no one under the age of 18 is permitted to visit inmates so nobody can see their children while in the jail unless special arrangements are made. Also - I believe that if approved, a special "personal visit" can be arranged where you can see the visitor in person but I think very special conditions apply.
Cory: The visiting environment was not an actual visit where i can touch or hug her. It was a glass separated phone convo or video convo depending on availability. The phone convo was through a phone receiver but I can see her through a bullet proof glass. It was good enough, better than no visit like most people in jail.

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