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Federal Prison Consultants & RDAP Sentence Reduction Experts
Attend Fedtime 101, A Federal Prison
Survival Telephone - Skype Crash Course
Designed To Help You Get Out Alive!
For Additional Info and a Free Fedtime 101
Consultation and Pricing Call 855-5-PRISON
Federal Prison History / Structure
BOP Program Statements / Regs
Custody/Security Classifications
Types of Federal Prisons
Dealing With BOP Staff
BOP Staff Job Descriptions
BOP Staff Ranks & Pay Scales
BOP Staff Personality Types
Writing Up A Staff Member
Why Staff Lie & Dislike Inmates
Your 1st Day What To Bring With
The Daily Prison Grind
Prevent Being RAPED
RDAP-The Drug Program
Inmate Living Conditions
Visiting Regulations
Mail Regulations
Telephone Regulations
Work Assignments
Educational Opportunities
Religious Services
Recreation Activities
Food Service-The Dining Hall
Inmate Trust Fund Accounts
The Commissary Inmate Store
Navigating The Prison Black Market
Microwave Cooking Techniques
Avoiding Bad Prison Jobs
Medical Care & Work Restrictions
Getting A Lower Bunk Pass
Getting A Soft Shoe Permit
Inmate Personal Property
Inmate Transfer Furloughs
Flying CON AIR
Temporary Release Furloughs
How To Survive A Prison Riot
Getting Extra Time Off Sentences
Inmate Civil Rights
Administrative Remedies
Disciplinary Sanctions (SHOTS)
Sanction Hearings
Unit Team-Program Reviews
Staying Out of Solitary (The SHU)
Prison Slang & Lingo
Inmate Etiquette & Politics
Dealing With Other Inmates
Avoiding and Spotting Informants
Dealing With Gang Members
Defusing A Confrontation
Delaying Collection of Fines
Delaying Collection of Restitution
How Goodtime Works
Avoiding Goodtime Loss
Calculating Release Dates
Half Way Houses-Reentry Centers
Home Confinement
Module A Week 1
Module C Week 3
Module B Week 2
Prisons are dangerous places and a breeding ground of lies, deceit and
violence. While many believe they can rely on the prison staff for
information and guidance, other than when it comes to writing up an
inmate for disciplinary issues, those incarcerated soon learn that prison
staff would rather not be bothered, and only do the minimum when it
comes to helping inmates with problems and issues, basically leaving
inmates on their own to figure out how things work.

By taking Fedtime 101, you'll have an edge over others from the
moment you arrive in knowing what to expect, what the best jobs
are, how to obtain medical care, and the peace of mind of not
making a costly mistake that can have lingering effects on your
entire prison stay such as good-time loss, visits, telephone use or
commissary privileges.

When I was in the FCI in Phoenix Arizona, I had dinner with a fellow
inmate one night and he was dead the next morning, all because he
changed the channel on a television in a common area being used
by several inmates, and someone took offense over that and
stabbed him!

In another instance, an inmate cut in line to make a call at an inmate
telephone, and another inmate grabbed the phone receiver from his
hands and smashed him in the face with it and knocked several
teeth out.

I was sitting in an inmate dining hall and I watched an inmate reach
across the table over another inmate's food tray.  The inmate who
the tray belonged to picked up a napkin dispenser and struck the
offending inmate over the head with it.

Most importantly, never sit down on another  inmate's bunk or use
another inmate's property without their permission. With personal
space and property in prisons being of a limited nature, it's
considered disrespectful and rude to take liberties with things
belonging to others and could lead you being labeled a thief.
Prison Rule 1 - Never Change The TV Channel
Prison Rule 2 - Never Cut In A Telephone Line
Prison Rule 3 - Never Reach Across A Food Tray
Prison Rule 4 - Never Sit on Another Inmates Bunk
Prison Rule 5 - Never Rat Out Another Inmate
Just about everyone who's in custody share a common denominator
in that the reason they are locked up other then committing a crime...
is that someone finked on them! Well on the inside, there's nothing
worse then being labeled a snitch, and the quickest way to loose the
respect of your fellow inmates is to rat them out to the cops. Other
then people locked up for Kiddie Porn, snitches are among the most
hated people on the inside.

So if you got a 5K.1  for cooperation at sentencing, it's not a good
idea to go broadcasting that to others.