A letter or postcard from the real world, even from a complete stranger, helps to maintain a connection with the outside, relieves the infernal tedium of a regime that often involves spending 23 hours of the day in the same cell.
For a first-time prisoner, especially in the early stages of a sentence, this type of support can make a huge difference, helping them cope with the unfamiliar and often intimidating surroundings.
To ensure prompt processing the following information should be included on the envelope: To get an inmate’s CDC# or housing assignment, individuals should call the Public Information Officer (PIO) or the inmate locator at the institution (see below for phone numbers).
Those people who don’t know where an inmate is housed may contact the Department’s ID Unit at (916) 445-6713.
Leaflet - pdf 109K WRITING TO PRISONERS Probably the easiest and arguably most important aspect of supporting prisoners is writing to them.
Addiewell is designed as a “learning” prison, where offenders can address their offending behaviour and the circumstances which led to their imprisonment.
The prison is situated in the village of Addiewell, which is in the central belt of Scotland, between the two largest cities, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The prison was built on a site formerly known as Addiewell chemical works which produced paraffin oil.
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