Fedtime 101 Prison Survival Program
Prisons are dangerous places and a breeding ground of lies, deceit and violence. While many believe they can rely on the prison staff for information and guidance, it generally isn’t true!
Prison staff, other then when it comes to writing up inmates for disciplinary issues, would rather not be bothered, and only does the minimum when it comes to helping inmates deal with problems and issues, basically leaving the inmates on their own to figure out how things work.
By taking the Fedtime 101 program, you will have an edge over others from the moment you arrive, in knowing what to expect, what the best jobs are, how to obtain medical care, and have the peace of mind of not making a costly mistake that can have lingering effects on your entire prison stay such as loss of good-time, visits, telephone use or commissary privileges.
Location of Incarceration Designations
A main concern of those going to prison is where they will serve their time. With family visits being the main concern of most, being sent to a prison closest to the inmate’s home is normally ideal. While a sentencing judge can make a designation recommendation to the BOP for inmate placement, many times this recommendation is not followed.
The Bureau of Prisons has its own policy of classifying inmate to a specific custody and security levels. The problem is that most attorneys and judges make no real effort to determine exactly what yours should be. They have a very good idea, but are often wrong. If your judge recommends you to an institution that does not fit their criteria, the BOP will then assign you to wherever it sees fit, no matter the distance from home. While the BOP tries to place inmates with 500 miles of their homes, overcrowding has rendered these policies virtually meaningless.
Wall Street Prison Consultants are experts at positioning our clients for favorable institutional designation. Our staff will work with your attorneys to obtain specific and properly justified Judicial Recommendations. We know what the Federal Bureau of Prisons Designation and Sentence Computation Center (DSCC) in Grand Prairie, Texas look for with regards to inmate placement.
Custody and Security Level Analysis
Improperly listed Management Variables (MGTVs) and Public Safety Factors (PSFs) listed in an inmate’s PSR, can seriously affect institutional designation, custody & security level and entire term of incarceration. Each need to be professionally scrutinized and addressed, and Wall Street Prison Consultants examines its clients PSR’s in detail to make sure the Federal Bureau of Prisons does not misclassify them. Having incorrect PSFs and MGTVs can also impact an inmate’s ability to request near-release prison transfers, furloughs, and RDAP placement. While it’s impossible to guarantee placement in any given facility, Wall Street Prison Consultants can provide documentation from medical professionals, the Court, family members and a client’s legal team specifically to the BOP’s Designation Security Classification Center designed to influence a favorable designation.
Federal Inmate Transfers
Institutional transfers can take place for many reasons such as attending a program like RDAP, taking an educational program, for urgent medical reasons, as well as being sent to a prison close to your home when you are near release. Depending on the length of sentence, custody or security level and location of an inmate, a transfer can take as little as 90 days to be approved.. Knowing how the steps request a transfer, and how to fight a denial of transfer, is the key to being moved in a timely manner.
Prison Medical Care Assistance
The Bureau of Prisons is known for the minimal medical care it provides inside normal institutions. This can be as simple as denying an inmate a CPAP breathing machine, or giving them the proper medication they need. If your incarcerated loved one is not receiving proper medical attention, obtaining it is the most important goal Wall Street Prison Consultants provides.
There are specific institutions inside the BOP that only exist as constant care medical facilities. Getting your incarcerated loved one to one of these institutions initially, or garnering a transfer to one, can help ensure they come home as healthy as possible.
Although we cannot and will not make decisions for clients, we do bring relevant information to their attention that their lawyers, or most likely their paralegal may have over-looked that could have serious implications regarding the amount of time they end of being sentenced to, or being hit monetary fines or restitution.
Call (855) 577-4766 and speak to a Prison Consultant now. Let us help you make educated decisions on your legal issues.