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12517963451487469754us department of justice seal svg hi CHZBURGR 29 posts

I have seen offenders with it but only because they got their lawyer to send it in to them. Generally the only reason I see an offender with that type of info is to prove that they aren’t a S.O.

 
Northwest hounded police animated avatar 100x100 90714 prznboss 44 posts

with 111 views and no responses I can safely assume that no other state but Wyoming does this. That’s kind of what I figured. Hopefully we can get that changed.

 
Northwest hounded police animated avatar 100x100 90714 prznboss 44 posts

Do any of your departments allow inmates to have their PSIs (pre-sentence investigations) in their possession in the units? We do, unfortunately, and it causes a lot of problems. An inmate comes into the unit and certain inmates demand to see their papers. If they’re a sex offender they can either request protection or earn their right to stay in there by assaulting someone. Just wondering if we’re the only ones that do this.

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