The Securus SecureView Tablet Program is a low-cost monthly subscription service that gives friends and family members the opportunity to lease a tablet device for their loved ones serving time in prison. The tablets allow incarcerated individuals the capability of listening to music, reading books, playing games, and even searching for jobs.
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Many prisoners have never used a smartphone, tablet or computer, but modern digital society cannot function without them. Most prisoners will be released in the foreign digital world, a world that has changed rapidly over the years they spent “inside,” and the prison system does little to prepare them.
The inmate is allowed a single 4 hour block per week. Non-contact visits for Detention inmates are Friday 8:30am-10:30am and again at 12pm-2pm. Non-contact visits for Yard Blue side is Tuesday 11am-12pm, red side is Thursday 12:15pm-1:15pm.
Aug 21, 2017 · The tablets are not connected to the Internet, but inmates may get access to email in the future. Murgatroyd is locked up at the moment, but he said the tablet helps him explore the world “I’ve been to the MOMA [Museum of Modern Art] in New York like eight times,” Murgatroyd.
Warden Orlando Harper notified inmates of the policy shift in mid-November. Under the ban, individuals only had access to a selection of 214 books plus 49 religious books via a new tablet reading program. ACJ officials touted the program as increased access to entertainment, visual media, and virtual video visits.
Deposits to an inmate’s trust account, as well as probation, community corrections, and background check payments are provided by TouchPay Holdings, LLC d/b/a GTL Financial Services (NMLS #967396), which is also the owner and manager of this website.