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The DOC protects inmate's constitutional rights by providing for unmonitored legal phone calls made to a telephone number recognized by the applicable state's bar association.
See DOC Policy 450.200 Telephone Use by Offenders for details.
Inmates may only call phone numbers on their Personal Allowed Number (PAN) list.
The PAN list can have up to 25 phone numbers, and inmate's are responsible for maintaining their list.
Children's Administration offers several ways to report abuse: Daytime - Find your local office number to report abuse or neglect in your area.Any violation of DOC Policy 450.200 Telephone Use by Offenders may result in the loss or suspension of telephone privileges.Inmates may ask if international calling is allowed at his/her prison facility, and what procedures need to be folllowed.RCW 26-44-020 defines abuse and neglect as injury, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, negligent treatment or maltreatment of a child by any person under circumstances which indicate that the child's health, welfare, and safety is harmed.Abuse and neglect does NOT include the physical discipline of a child as defined in RCW 9A.16.100.
All inmates are assigned an Inmate Personal Identification Number (IPIN).