JM: What else would you want a friend or family member to know if they have a loved one going to this jail? Megan: Put money on their books as soon as possible. Not
having it is terrible and also make sure to set it up
so they can call out without the phone cards.
JM: If somebody knows they will be serving time in this jail what is your advice to them? Megan: Isolate and avoid. Stay away from the drama.
Several of the COs are very young and
inexperienced. They are easily manipulated by young
and flirtatious inmates and they are given
privileges and leeway because of this. Be
respectful of the COs. I was shocked by the
disrespect shown to them daily. I honestly don't
know how they stand it (the COs that is). The young
COs need more training. They worked nights and were
actually referred to as the Flirt Squad. It was
painful to watch. They were not at all friendly to
anyone over the age of 30, shining lights in their
eyes in the middle of the night if they had asked
for anything, but would bring snacks to the young
girls that batted their eyelashes at them.
Blatantly obvious, too. There were some great
people there (Tony, John, and Stacy) but a lot of
the staff needs a lot more training and guidance.
JM: Please list any other jail or rehab facilities you have been to. Megan: None