Interview with Ryan, Alex, George, Diana and Maria
JM: How often could you receive visitors? Ryan: ONCE A WEEK Alex: 2 days per week. George: WEEKLY Diana: You would receive 2 visits a week sometime special visits were
arrageged. But that was very rare Maria: I could receive visitors twice a week when I was at
the Pierce County Jail.
JM: Was the check-in process lengthy for those who came to see you? Ryan: NO IT WAS EASY Alex: No. They said they got through fairly quickly. George: YES Diana: No they had to bring there I'd and leave bags in locker arrive 30
minutes before your scheduled visit and dress apoeiotly for the
visit Maria: No, not really. They just had to come in, show
their id's and have their names run for outstanding
warrents, say who they wantedt to visit, and they
were sent upstairs to see us.
JM: What was the visiting environment like? Ryan: STALLS WITH GLASS AND PHONES Alex: Felt like a closet. It was through glass. George: GLASS WALL AND PHONES Diana: Quite place to see family and friends aways from inmates
glass visit but it was intimate enough for me loved seeing my
family it make my day go by faster one hour is slot of time to
visit to I got slot of goof out of my visit in jail Maria: It wasn't good. It consisted of a long counter
a window, that was divided into cubicles. The
visitos were assigned a window, and sat down to
for their inmate to arrive. When the inmate
arrived, they were sepated by the glass, couldn't
touch, hole hands, or anything of that nature.