Jail Time Consulting has an affordable service for keeping federal prison inmates, their families, and other concerned parties informed about the latest changes in federal prison programs and other federal prison-related issues. Visit https://www.jailtimeconsulting.com/guides/ to see how Michael Frantz, a leading Federal Prison Consultant for Jail Time Consulting releases new and updated articles on various prison topics affecting the lives of federal prison inmates and their families. These informative articles are called JT Special Reports©.
What Are These Special Reports?
Jail Time Consulting has compiled a collection of comprehensive, in-depth JT Special 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 JT Special 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, and inmate visits. Complete instructions, helpful hints, and Bureau of Prisons’ forms are provided to ensure that the inmate is set up for these privileges and programs immediately upon incarceration and not delayed days or even weeks. The reader is instructed what to do before he or she arrives at a 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, and inmate jobs.
Reports Provide Help For Federal Prison Inmates
Other important topics relevant to all new defendants that are covered in the JT Special Reports© are sentence reduction techniques including the 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program, the Second Chance Act, the Compassionate Release Program, the new First Step Act Program, and the Commutation of Sentence Program to name just a few.
Michael Frantz said that new JT Special Reports© are written, developed, and published as new programs are instituted by the Bureau of Prisons or as the need arises. Current JT Special Reports© are updated as Bureau of Prisons’ rules and regulations change. Frantz 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. Each JT Special Report© presents the subject matter in a truthful, factual, and candid approach”, Frantz also emphasized, “They are not always flattering to the BOP, but they are straightforward, accurate, and honest. Wouldn’t you rather know the truth?” Each JT Special Report© allows the reader to gain the knowledge and experience of all the incarcerated inmates who have already gone through this arduous transition. The reader gains the benefit of their experiences and frustrations and knows how to avoid them.
How Can I Access These Articles?
Frantz said that a strategic decision was made to price all of the JT Special Reports© at only $9.95 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.
Michael Frantz also commented that there is no charge to any Jail Time Consulting clients for any of the JT Special Reports©. This is a free service for them. If anyone has any questions, they should call Mr. Frantz direct, 954-740-2253. A synopsis of each of the JT Special Reports© is available on the Jail Time Consulting website at https://www.jailtimeconsulting.com/guides/.
Michael Frantz also commented that there is no charge to any Jail Time Consulting clients for any of the JT Special Reports©. This is a free service for them. If anyone has any questions, they should call Mr. Frantz direct. A synopsis of each of the JT Special Reports© is available on the Jail Time Consulting website at http://jailtimeconsulting.com.