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Faulkner County Jail & Detention Center Unit 1-2 is a prison facility located in the city of Conway which resides in Faulkner County County. The address listed for the Faulkner County Jail & Detention Center Unit 1-2 facility is Conway Arkansas 72034-5330, but you should always check that an inmate is at a location and able to receive visitors before traveling to this location.
Calling an inmate can be difficult and costly. Some prisons charge inmates up to $14 a minute to make long-distance calls. The best way to avoid these fees is to set up a local phone number that has the same area code as the jail but rings at your phone number(s) no matter where you live. Globaltel provides this service and you can reach them at Inmate Calls. To send mail to an inmate you can visit Jail Postcards.
Step one is to locate your inmate. Inmates may be in a local city jail pending trial or following sentencing before transfer to a longer-term state prison. Step two is to call the inmate. Gaining permission to visit a prisoner is often difficult. You’ll need to call an inmate first to learn what days and times and places they have been approved for visitation. Setting up phone service with an inmate will allow you to get this information directly so you can avoid any problems.
It’s important for families of inmates to help each other with information and tips about the prison facility they are in. You can leave comments and tips below about the best places to stay when visiting your inmate as well comments about any local service organization not already on our list of those available to help local families of inmates. We urge you to add your own comments about Faulkner County Jail & Detention Center Unit 1-2 below. “
801 Locust St, Conway, AR 72034-5330
If you think you already know there is anything to know about inmate calls, you better think again. The prison calling system in the US is a web of complicated policies. Each state makes their own rules which accounts for most of the confusion. What may be applicable in Florida might be frowned upon in Washington. Yet there are also regulations that holds true for the whole country. Here are five things you probably didn't know about our country's inmate telephone system. You Can't Call an Inmate You read it right. You cannot initiate a call with an inmate. Rather, it’s only them who can call you. This makes a lot of sense when you look at it from a security officer's point of view. We all know that prisoners are kept in their prison cells away from the telephone booths