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Old 11-04-2007, 08:29 PM
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We have been visiting our son at Lexington for the past few months. We have not been there a lot of times but a few. So far every one of the officers and the people there have been very helpful and has treated us very good. That is so appreciated. We make an effort to let them know that we appreciate the way we are treated. Hats off to the people at LCC.
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I just recently had my first visit at Lexington, and I would echo the favorable opinion of the LCC staff and visiting conditions. The only minor inconvenience I noted was that, with the visitor restrooms located outside the visiting area, it is a hassle to have to check in and out of the secure area each time you need to use the restroom. Otherwise, a very pleasant and relaxed experience as far as prison visiting goes.
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I don't understand we had been told that we can not visit while my son is at Lexington. Where they wrong? What do we have to do to beable to visit there?
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My understanding is that there are different types of units at Lexington. The friend I was visiting has been in the system for several years and was just recently transferred to Lexington. So he is allowed to have visits. I'm told there is another unit called A&R (something like that) for inmates just entering the corrections system. Probably these new inmates are not allowed visiting for a while.
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there are 3 different areas at larc, lexington or whatever you chose to call it. LARC is assessment and recieving area where the inmates are processed when first entering the system. there is also the Rex Thompson minimum unit (RTMU) on the same yard and the medium security housing units also.
LARC inmates are not allowed visits because they are new to the system and have to be processed first
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Yea, at LARC there is no visitation, because actually they are locked down 23 hours a day. But if they are there for more than 30 days they can request a visit.
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someone help me with first visitation i need to know at LARC?
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Hey again! Well at LARC there is NO visitation at all. You can only write & recieve collect calls. Once he gets to LARC, you wont be able to visit until he gets to a yard
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Man that is not cool! But thank you so much you are loved by this country girl!
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Lexington - could be LARC, could be JHC/Joseph Harp correctional, could be RTMU - Rex Thompson minimum unit .... Town, LExington. so it all depends on which one we are speaking of. LARC assesment- no visits, inital processing and assignments. is supposed to be no longer than 30 days . ( of course they lost track of My son, ended up there almost 3 months! )
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Dang Well I hope he is not classified as maxium! If they are can you still see them!
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If they go to a maximum, yes you can still visit. My brother-in-law is on death row and I visit.
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ANd one way to find out what he is classified is getting ahold of his case manager sometime after he gets to LARC and see how many points he has & his CM should tell you what level he will be. 1-6 is minimum, 7-12 is medium, and 13 & up is max. Although my man has 13,which means max, but his CM overrode him to medium. And they wont tell you exactly when he will be leaving for security reasons, and they MIGHT tell you where hes going. DH didnt know until they were on the way there lol.
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how do they get the level?
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A lot of the questions you have can be answered by going to the Oklahoma Dept of corrections website:

http://www.doc.state.ok.us/
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i just don't undertand it really when i go to that site it confuses me
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You need to just play around on it and learn it. That is going to help you alot the next few years. That is how you learn. Click on search on the OKDOC website and type in what you want to know. It will give you anything associated with that search term.
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For example, under policies on that website:

http://www.doc.state.ok.us/Offtech/op060102(m).pdf


This will explain how he will be classified. This is under policies on the website. You really do just have to read and poke around on that website. It has all kinds of information, including visitation policies so that you will be informed.

Trust me, once he gets to whatever prison he lands in, there will be plenty you will find that they do wrong according to their own policy, so its helpful to be educated before hand. And one more thing, while we try to give helpful information on here, we have all had different experiences in dealing with the doc and the private prisons, so what you hear here is only as good as who you are getting the information from.
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So true!
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