News By Tag
* Prison Report
* Federal Prison
* Violence In Prison
* Bureau Of Prisons
* Prison Visits
* More Tags...
News By Place
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Federal Prison—At Your Fingertips!
Everything you ever wanted to know about federal prison is in one easy spot. Information on rapes, fights, sex, gangs, work, housing, the Do’s and Don’ts of prison life, and more is now available on one convenient website. It is a click away!
By: Robin Stover, Federal Prison Consultant
The Prison Consulting Group over the last several years has compiled a collection of comprehensive, in depth Prison Reports© on a variety of Bureau of Prisons' topics. These reports are relevant not only to new incoming defendants and inmates already sentenced to prison, but also to the general public. These Prison Reports© are available on a diverse range of subjects that affect the inmate and his family almost every day. They deal with immediate issues such as inmate telephone usage, inmate mail, e-mail, and inmate visits. . For example, the Prison Report© on “Inmate Visits” provides a step-by-step procedure which the inmate must start before he enters prison to ensure family visits within the first few days of his arrival. In this way he will avoid the BOP pitfalls that happen to so many federal inmates. These pitfalls many times may delay initial inmate visits for weeks if not months. Complete instructions, helpful hints, and Bureau of Prisons’ forms are provided to ensure that the inmate is set up for these BOP programs immediately upon incarceration and not delayed days or even weeks. The reader is instructed what to do before he or she arrives at federal prison to avoid any bureaucratic Bureau of Prisons pitfalls or snafus. Other topics deal with inmate perks and upgrades, good conduct time, facility designation procedures, inmate furloughs, inmate transfers, inmate medical care, snitches and rats, the inmate financial responsibility program, prison’s unexpected costs, inmate jobs, and many more.
Other important topics relevant to all new defendants that are included in the Prison Consulting Group’s Prison Reports© are sentence reduction techniques such as the “500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program”, the “Compassionate Release Program, and the ”Commutation of Sentence Program” to name just a few.
Robin Stover, a Federal Prison Consultant with the Prison Consulting Group said that the new Prison Reports© are written, developed, and published as new programs are instituted by the Bureau of Prisons or as the need arises. Current Prison Reports© are updated as Bureau of Prisons’ rules and regulations change. Stover went on to say, “With over 289 Bureau of Prisons’ Program Statements it is hard for the inmate or the families of the inmates to keep up with all the new regulations, policies, and procedures.”
Every one of the Prison Reports© can be ordered on the Prison Consulting Group website. Robin Stover said that a strategic decision was made to price all of the Prison Reports© at only $6.95 each. In this way they are very affordable to all individuals. Each report is between 25 and 40 pages long and contains invaluable information written in easily understandable terms for the reader. "Informative reports of this nature can be purchased elsewhere on the internet for as much as $60.00 to $75.00 per pop", said Stover. Robin Stover also commented that there is no charge to Prison Consulting Group clients for any of the Prison Reports©. Prison Consulting Group clients may simply call or email to have the report sent free of charge. A synopsis of each of the Prison Reports© is available on the Prison Consulting Group website, http://prisonconsultinggroup.com.
# # #
Robin Stover is a nationally recognized Federal Prison Consultant and the founder of the Prison Consulting Group (PCG). As a Federal Prison Consultant with PCG, Robin is recognized as an authority in pre-and post-conviction strategy, positioning, preparation, and education. Robin is knowledgeable in all facets of federal prison life and with the Bureau of Prisons' (BOP) rules, regulations, and program statements.
PCG prepares clients for admission to the 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program which offers up to a 12 month sentence reduction and a 6 month halfway house designation. We also provide assistance with designations, judicial recommendations, transfers, furloughs, A R Appeals, Second Chance Act submissions, MINT program requests, restitution, ICE issues, and the BOP's Compassionate Release and Commutation of Sentence Program.
Prison Consulting Group offers the prison preparation course titled, "How to Survive Federal Prison", go to http://prisonconsultinggroup.com.