Approve Conjugal Visits & Private Family Visits For The Whole United State's Federal & State Prison

The President of The United States: Keeping Federal Inmates and their Families together approve Conjugal Visits & Family Visit's For The Whole United States. The best way to go about this is it will make it worthy for everyone at the same time if you approve this. Anyone that does a Family Visit or stay over night has to pay, it will be a great way to save people's live's and officer's at the same time. For once i ask you to take your time and read this because this is just not from me this is about everyone in the United States that miss there loved ones what would this do for the inmate's or the visitor's. First it will give them life again and not be so violent, second it will help with cost, third people will start doing what they have to do to come home. Inside the prison world it's hard to survive because you have to deal with so much and if you get time with your loved one and over night stays your more worried about staying out of trouble so you can have your visit and not get it taking away from you if you do get into trouble. I think this would be a great idea because it will help in funds and also give inmates more reason to work on their behavior issues as well as not giving up on themselves as they will have a chance to work toward to spending time with their children and wife. All I'm asking is for you to consider this not only for the inmates but for the families that have a long time to be without their loved ones.



Family is the most important thing when serving a sentence for a crime. With out communication by letters, phone calls, and visitation; Inmates would be more aggresive and violent against each other and officers. I believe that if state prisons allow conjugal visits for married inmates that it would be logical to allow those types of visits in federal prisons as well. This type of bonding promotes healthy relationship and moral. Federal inmates have to serve around 85% of their entire prison sentence. Where as state prisons usually serve 50-65% and get conjugal visits, and gain time for good behavior to get early release. Since this is not the case for federal inmates, then why not pass a bill to allow conjugal visit for federal inmates. The question of whether or not prison is intended to rehabilitate - rather than to merely punish - deserves the scrutiny of all Americans who might one day be affected by the answer. Yes, many agree that it would be a privilege to have these visits when incarcerated. For those who believe that isolation is a way of rehabilitation I would like to say there is absolutely nothing rehabilitating about restricting inmates from intimacy with their spouse. If the visits should require monitoring to be considered safe then, in my opinion, by all means monitor. Conjugal visits will allow for longer, faithful marriages and healthier relationships. Honestly I think that every inmates case is different and conjugal visits should be considered accordingly. Please sign this very important petition

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Public Comments (8,078)
May 14th, 2018
Rachael S. from Ambridge, PA writes:
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While I agree with the concept of this. Please for the love of God..if you expect to be taken seriously ..use proper grammar and punctuation. Also, research, not all states have conjugal visits so that is not a valid statement ( New York and California are the only 2) We should be lobbying for ALL prisons ( state and federal) to allow family visits. Long term relationships should be included also...not just married couples since not all had an opportunity to get married before going in and not all prisons allow inmates to get married. I do think paying for an overnite isnt a bad idea...something like a hotel system? X amount of $$ per night? Good luck and stay strong prison families!
May 14th, 2018
Someone from Saint Peters, MO writes:
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What a rambling pile of******that was. So allowing inmates to have conjugal visits with spouses/significant others/fwb’s will make them behave in prison? But the thought of losing that privilege wasn’t enough to keep them from being criminals in the first place? I don’t see the logic.
May 14th, 2018
Someone from Saint Peters, MO writes:
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What a rambling pile of******that was. So allowing inmates to have conjugal visits with spouses/significant others/fwb’s will make them behave in prison? But the thought of losing that privilege wasn’t enough to keep them from being criminals in the first place? I don’t see the logic.
May 13th, 2018
Someone from Uniontown, PA writes:
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This would be awesome especially for the married couples
May 13th, 2018
Someone from Uniontown, PA writes:
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This would be awesome especially for the married couples
May 13th, 2018
Stephanie O. from Philadelphia, PA writes:
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We need this I think it will keep a lot of negative actions out of prisons state an federal cause they will have something to look forward too
Mar 17th, 2018
Brandy S. from Cleburne, TX writes:
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I really believe this would help keep the families stronger and help the inmates deal better being away from their families
Mar 5th, 2018
Someone from Des Moines, IA writes:
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I think this should go for more than just married spouse. Ive been with my guy for 8 years not married but just because im not married i shouldnt be entitled to this. Iowa were common law where hes at we are not. So i think you put something in there for couples that are not married but were together at the time of incarceration you would get more signatures
Mar 1st, 2018
Sarah H. from Saint Louis, MO writes:
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Yea please we just got married and that kind of visit is much needed contact vist in bowling green mo prison just isn't good enough.
Mar 1st, 2018
Aireka G. from Glendale, AZ writes:
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Yes,this would be the best

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