When they first arrive at a jail, every inmate is interviewed and evaluated. Every inmate is given a number and their belongings are registered in a log. Until they leave jail, their personal belongings are held in a secure location at the detention center. Any contraband, personal effects, or other contraband that is left behind is stored. A phone call is made to the general public, and their communications are registered. Anything left behind that isn’t contraband or personal belongings is stored.
The general public is approached and their belongings are registered while the interview and assessment are taking place. Anything left behind that isn’t connected to the company is placed into storage. A wise businessperson keeps everything he gets for his own use.
An administrator from the prison performs the business interview, which lasts 30 minutes. A list of bank accounts and property is issued to the inmate. Any discrepancies are addressed after the property has been counted.
The inmate is then told what will happen on the next shift by the prison administration. The prisoner would be summoned to the visiting area and asked to sign an inmate consent form, which they will refuse to do. The prisoner will be taken to a private room where they will sign an inmate consent form by a staff member. Information about the detainee will be included in the form. It will provide specifics about their house.
The employee will be on the lookout for important papers, such as the deed to the house they are renting. They’ll also search for mortgage statements, medical reports, divorce records, voter registration, and any other documentation the person has that may help them prove their business is legitimate. A staff member will also review the credit report for the prison administration.
All will be closed until both the prisoners and the staff are pleased. The prisoner will be given papers to sign, including an inmate consent form, which they will sign. Then they got into a car and drove away from the jail.