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The lady in the mailroom got the letter for Robert and pulled him in and let him read it. It had my phone number in it and then she destroyed the letter. He remembered the number and took it to the prison chaplain and the chaplain let him call me. Robert, you memorized the number from the note before it was destroyed? Robert: Yes. So this chaplain, is that normal protocol for him to let you call somebody who used to work there? Jenee: No.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Mar. 7, )- A former Indiana Department of Corrections officer is facing charges after allegedly having sex with an inmate while working for the Indiana Women's Prison. Aug 25, Yes they can have a relationship with inmates only after there completely out of the system, meaning off parole,or an undertaking,it's an absolutely horrendous idea and given the recidivism rate is in the 80not to mention that if he's a criminal. Unhealthy inmate relationships: 5 danger signs By Lorry Schoenly Prison and jail medical units are over-represented by female staff, creating a number of challenges to avoiding inappropriate.
The chaplain knew I was a good person and I wasn't fired for anything of ill nature. He basically was friends with Robert and wanted Robert to have a good life and if Robert wanted to call someone - and that's the first time he ever asked to call anybody - he was gonna let him do it.
Robert: I called her twice.
The first time was just to let her know that I had got the number and that I would be in touch with her later. The second time I called her, I [was going to be released] June the 13th, and I told her I wanted her to be with me on June the 14th.
So from June the 14th,up until this day, we've been together.
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Tell me about that first day you got to hang out outside of the prison. Robert: She didn't know exactly where I lived, but I lived about five minutes from this station that was off the highway, so I told her how to get there.
My mom took me there, and when I got out of the car, we kissed and off we went. You kissed?
Right away? Robert: Yep, right away. So did you really just spend every moment together after that? Jenee: Well, at that point, my daughter was little, not even 3 yet, so I had a friend come for the weekend just so I could explore with him what we wanted to be.
I didn't want to start something that, number one, I couldn't finish and, number two, introduce him to my daughter who'd get used to someone being around and then he's gone.
So we had some really deep, intimate conversations about where we are in life, where we wanna go. He had made a mistake that cost him 10 years of his life; he wasn't looking to just play games.
We just really bonded that weekend.
So how did he propose? My dad told me not to get married until I was 30 because that's when I'd know I'd done everything I was gonna do in my young life and adulthood began.
Not yet. Robert: I took her out to dinner - her and my brother and my mom.
Jenee: It was Valentine's Day. Robert: And I got down on one knee and I asked her to marry me. What did your dad think of you marrying this guy?
Jenee: He doesn't know how we met. He thinks that I was at the gate and he worked with a company that came in for prison ministry. If he knew the truth, he wouldn't be here now.
He's already prejudiced as can be. Robert, did you have any fears about getting married again because you'd had a marriage not work out in the past? Robert: Yeah, I felt like if I had to fight for it or it didn't feel natural, that I wouldn't ever do it again. But from the day we got together, it just felt natural, like I was supposed to be there, like this is where I belong. What's been your biggest fight since you got married?
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Robert: I used to drink a lot, the reason being I was beating myself up for things I'd done in the past and I felt like she deserved better. That was some of our biggest fights.
She never knew why I was doing what I was doing to myself.
Jenee: And it wasn't so much a fight; I put up with it because I married him. He took the joy out of being an adult. I felt bad going to get a drink at Applebee's or something. So that's where I developed a momentary hate for him.
I used to joke with him and say, "You're cheating on me with the bottle," because he'd be outside and I'd be like, "How much did you drink? So how did you guys resolve that? The classes he had to go to really changed him.
Did you get sober, Robert? Robert: Yeah. I had to realize just because I had failed and made mistakes, I didn't have to stay there. Now I'm a business owner; I work for the city. I'm a supervisor there.
Sep 30, Robert is 45 and Jenee is They've been married for nine years. Jenee: We met in at a correctional facility where I was a corrections officer and he was an inmate. Robert: I Author: Jane Marie. Former corrections officer accused of having sex with inmate. Lamont Williams told investigators he was "weak," according to court documents. SC corrections officer charged with sending nude photos to inmate SC inmates ran $K online dating extortion scheme The former prison .
Now she gets to see what I was like before I decided to turn to the bottle. How long has it been since that was a problem? Robert: Six years. Do you fight about anything now?
Robert: The way I was raised, I've never seen my mom and dad fight, never. If they did have a disagreement, me and my brother were either taken to my grandparents' house or dropped off to spend a night with a friend.
We never saw them have a disagreement so I don't believe in letting my frustrations be seen in front of my child. Jenee: She doesn't see us fight and if we are mad at each other, we don't leave each other. You can be mad at me but if you leave this house, I'll kick your ass.
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You don't leave me. He'll go outside and smoke a cigar.
We separate for a few minutes and then we come together. You all right? We all struggle maintain a balance between the need to avoid identifying with our inmate charges and the need to maintain an awareness of their humanity. Manipulative inmates will study your attitudes and actions, using them to their own benefit. If an inmate convinces you to do even a small favor, you have started down the path of obligation. Feelings of obligation are universally human, but obligation to inmates is the enemy of a secure workplace.
Sign 3: Looking for opportunities for contact Do you find yourself looking for opportunities to be with a specific inmate? Watch carefully for this. This may be a subtle beginning to an unhealthy relationship.
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Sign 4: Correspondence with an inmate Often, the first step to a more intimate relationship with an inmate involves written communication. A note, letter or email moves the relationship one step further down the road to ruin. Even when not sexually explicit, written communication has been used as evidence of an improper relationship with an inmate.
Sign 5: Falling off the cliff Yep, this is the Full Monty - personal and physical contact. The thing is done. At this point many procedures have been violated, rules breached and laws broken.
This point is only reached after many of the above sign posts have been passed.
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A former Indiana Department of Correction officer is accused of having sex with an inmate while working at the Indiana Women's Prison. Work-release supervisor accused of sex with inmate, trafficking contraband. The inmate, according to court documents, saved Williams' semen in a tissue after she had performed oral sex on him. Police were able to match Williams' DNA with the evidence in the tissue.
Her first encounter with Williams happened Oct.
Prison and jail medical units are over-represented by female staff, creating a number of challenges to avoid 5 danger signs of unhealthy inmate jankossencontemporary.com is a common saying that the inmates go to medical to 'enjoy the view', and in one prison system in which I, we explicitly stated to all orientees that "You cannot have sex with an inmate.". Sep 06, As someone with experience in corrections (local jails) and public employee unions (shop steward), the answer is almost always No. And when it's No, it's not just No, but Hell No. However, there are exceptions, and they depend largely on the tim. Jan 06, The corrections officer, Matthew Fryer, was placed on administrative leave on Oct. 18 after allegations came to light accusing Fryer of .
The inmate told detectives that she was in a custodian closet, trying to fix a mop handle, when Williams came into the closet, grabbed her from behind, pulled her pants and underwear down to her ankles and tried to have sex with her, court documents said. A few months later, Williams approached the inmate again, this time unzipping his pants in the doorway of her cell. He even agreed to take a polygraph test and give a DNA sample.