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15 minute phone calls can save lives


One of my peers grandmother passed away recently. Most of our loved ones do not know to call the facility, and speak to the chaplain in case of a family emergency or death. When you do call it is very difficult to speak to someone @ the facility. For the most part we find out the info via telephone. I asked Michael how he felt he said" Fifteen minutes was not enough time to process this. It was impossible to digest"? Please give us a hand we are @ 2,100 signatures. There are 153,053 @ BOP facilities. This policy affects all of us in a multitude of ways. Yet what I notice is that a #15minute call can quell violence, and create a connection that reflects humanity. Sometimes that is all we need.

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