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JM: How often could you receive visitors?
Jen: You could receive visitors 1 time a week, and for 1 hour. If there were more then 2 adults at a time they would have to split up the hour between them.
Kelsey: Once a week
JM: Was the check-in process lengthy for those who came to see you?
Jen: No, the visitors were given an expected time to visit. The waiting time was usually around 1 hour to get in to visit. First come first serve list to get in. There was limited seats to visit.
Kelsey: I didn't hear any complaints
JM: What was the visiting environment like?
Jen: Behind glass, and on the phone. General population if they still do it good behavior will get you personal contact, across from a table, and you can have children sit on your lap.
Kelsey: In Tulare County late 1990's from #11 it was behind a glass. Inmates are behind this half circle shaped with a phone by each inmate. Sometimes your phone worked and sometimes they don't
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