Prisoners and their friends and family communicate via a video visitation program on weekends at the Wake County Detention Annex Expansion facility on Hammond Road in Raleigh. Inmates talk from their dorm areas, while visitors gather in front of monitors in another room at the site. There is a list of rules, including a dress code, for visitors, who have 30 minute timed sessions.
Prisoners and their friends and family communicate via a video visitation program on weekends at the Wake County Detention Annex Expansion facility on Hammond Road in Raleigh. Inmates talk from their dorm areas, while visitors gather in front of monitors in another room at the site. There is a list of rules, including a dress code, for visitors, who have 30 minute timed sessions. Corey Lowenstein Corey Lowenstein
Prisoners and their friends and family communicate via a video visitation program on weekends at the Wake County Detention Annex Expansion facility on Hammond Road in Raleigh. Inmates talk from their dorm areas, while visitors gather in front of monitors in another room at the site. There is a list of rules, including a dress code, for visitors, who have 30 minute timed sessions. Corey Lowenstein Corey Lowenstein

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September 07, 2017 09:32 AM

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