When they first arrive at a jail, all inmates are interviewed and evaluated. Each inmate is given a prison number, and their belongings are registered in a log. Personal belongings are held in a secure place at the detention center until they are released. Any contraband, personal belongings, or other contraband that is left behind is stored. The general public receives a phone call, and their actions are registered. Anything left behind that isn’t contraband or personal property is stored.
The general public receives a phone call and their belongings are registered while the interview and assessment are taking place. Anything left behind that isn’t connected to business is placed in storage. A successful businessman retains everything he gets for his personal use.
A prison administrator performs the company interview, which lasts 30 minutes. A list of bank accounts and property is issued to the prisoner. Any anomalies are addressed after the property is counted.
The prison administration then tells the inmate of what will happen on the next move. The prisoner will be summoned to the visiting area and asked to sign an inmate consent document, which they will refuse to sign if they so choose. The prisoner will be escorted to a private room, where they will sign an inmate consent form. The form would provide information about the inmate. It will contain details about their properties.
The employee will be looking for paperwork such as the deed to the house they are renting. They’ll also search for mortgage statements, medical reports, divorce records, voter registration records, and any other documentation the person has that can help them prove their business is legitimate. A staff member from the prison administration will also review the credit sheet.
All will be sealed until both the prisoners and the staff are pleased. The prisoner will be given some papers to sign, including an inmate consent form, which they will sign. They then got into a car and drove away from the jail.