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Criminal Calls: A Review of the Prisons’ Management of Inmate Telephone Privileges
Michael Bromwich. Telephone privileges for Bureau of Prison (BoP) inmates have increased dramatically since the 1970s. Even though all inmate calls are recorded, except prearranged calls between inmates & their attorneys, the BoP listens to few such calls -- approx. 3.5% of all calls made by Fed. inmates. This review found that a large number of Fed. inmates use prison telephones to commit serious crimes while incarcerated -- including murder, drug trafficking, & fraud. The fear of litigation should not prevent needed measures by the BoP to combat inmate telephone abuse. The BoP needs to address what appears to be widespread inmate abuse of prison telephones & take immediate & action to correct the problem.
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