By Christopher Zoukis
While an odd thought to present, ever since the Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP) implemented the TRULINCS computer system — and followed it with the MP3 player program — the FBOP has appeared to be on the right track in terms of communicating with the federal inmate population. This idea has presented itself through more frequent announcements to the prison population (via the TRULINCS Electronic Bulletin Board), inmate institutional perception/character surveys, and now the instant Inmate Perception of Care Survey. It’s the latter which will be presented publicly today.
In an effort to make federal incarceration more transparent, the Prison Law Blog has obtained a document entitled “Note to the Inmate Population: English and Spanish Informed Consent.” This document explains what the Inmate Perception of Care Survey is, how it can be participated in, and other components of this study. The English information contained therein is presented below for the Prison Law Blog readership’s perusal:
Notice to the Inmate Population
English and Spanish Informed Consent
The Annual Inmate Perception of Care Survey will be available by region and you will receive local notice when the survey will be turned on for your institution. Please read over the following disclosure statement and consider taking the survey when it becomes available.
NCR [North Central Region] and NER [North East Region] August 19-September 1, 2013
MXR [Mid-Atlantic Region] and SCR [South Central Region] September 2-15, 2013
SER [South East Region] and WXR [Western Region] September 16-29, 2013Read More