Conjugal visit dating
Muller says for a long time, "lifers" — a term he uses for people serving 15 years to life — were not allowed by the state to get married.
But while the criteria laid out by the ministry are sound, we believe that there is great need for additional clarification, beyond the mere satisfaction of the standards outlined.
There, he routinely moved inmates out from their cells and into their conjugal visitation trailers.
Conjugal visits in New York are actually referred to as the FRP -- "Family Reunion Program" -- or, as Ryan's fellow corrections officers liked to joke, "the 'Felon Reproduction Program.'" Conjugal visits are also called extended family visits -- making the whole sex thing kind of off-base.
Through the FRP, inmates can be visited by a legal spouse, child or children, or other immediate family member or partner.
"Technically, I'm not sure if you can have a girlfriend [visit]," Ryan said, "but people did.
According to The Prison Reform Trust, the average distance an individual has to travel to visit their partner in prison is 60 miles.