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Old 03-06-2009, 08:29 AM
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Cool My man is at NSP!

my man is at nsp and i am new to this site, just wanting to find people who are local that might be able to answer my questions
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Old 03-06-2009, 09:56 AM
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my man is at nsp and i am new to this site, just wanting to find people who are local that might be able to answer my questions

I'm in the local area and may be able to answer questions you have. Let me know if I can help!
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Old 03-08-2009, 10:31 PM
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thank you do you know anything about how the process for getting married at nsp goes
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Old 03-09-2009, 10:51 AM
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I can't post links yet but here is what I found:

VIII. INMATE MARRIAGES
A. Inmates planning to marry will submit a Marriage Intention Form (Attachment C) to
the Religious Coordinator at least ten working days prior to the intended marriage
date. If both parties to the marriage are inmates, each inmate must submit a
Marriage Intention Form to the Religious Coordinator at their facility. Inmates in the
Department's custody will be allowed to marry unless the Warden finds that the
marriage presents a threat to security or order of the institution or to public safety.
B. The inmate and/or spouse-to-be will make all necessary arrangements for obtaining
the marriage license and contacting a clergy person or magistrate from the
community to perform the ceremony. If both parties to the marriage are inmates in
the Department's custody and neither one is assigned to a Community Corrections
Center, neither inmate will be transported from one institution to another for the
marriage ceremony but will be allowed a special telephone call for the purpose of
having the marriage performed. Religious Coordinators and fulltime Volunteer Clergy
will not perform marriage ceremonies.
C. Marriage Ceremonies
1. Space will be made available for weddings in/near the institution’s regular
visiting area at a time approved by the institution.
2. The ceremony will be private and conducted without media coverage.
3. In addition to correctional supervision, the ceremony is limited to five people;
the inmate, the prospective spouse, the two witnesses, and the part time
clergy person or magistrate. All participants will be processed in accordance
with the institution’s Visiting Regulations, including approved clothing.
4. The inmate, the prospective spouse, and non-inmate witnesses may visit
before or after the wedding as long as they are approved to visit and regular
visits are taking place. Inmate witnesses will return to their respective living
units immediately after the ceremony.
5. Only general population inmates may serve as inmate witnesses. No
segregation status inmates are allowed.
6. In institutions with photo projects, the inmate getting married may purchase
up to five photo tickets for pictures to be taken in the Visiting Room. No
private photographers or cameras will be allowed at the ceremony.
7. If the inmate receives a wedding ring, supervising correctional staff shall
assure registration of the ring to the inmate’s property with a DCS-A-adm-
075, Property Control Record. Staff shall also assure completion of a Limits
of Liability – Inmate Jewelry Form (Attachment B or C of A. R. 204.01,
Inmate Property Control).
8. Inmates 18 years old or younger must have permission from parent, legal
guardian or court-appointed guardian to marry. The permission statement
must be submitted on a notarized form.
9. In the event that the prospective spouse is not allowed on the inmate’s
approved visiting list, approval will be given for a special one-time visit, thus
allowing the prospective spouse to be in the facility, under close supervision,
for the purpose of participating in the marriage ceremony. If the prospective
spouse is an inmate at a Community Corrections Center but is not on the
inmate's approved visiting list, the Community Correction inmate will be
subject to this provision. If the prospective spouse is an inmate in the
Department's custody but is not assigned to a DCS Community Corrections
Center, the prospective spouse will not be transported from one institution to
another and the marriage will have to be conducted over the telephone.
10. Community custody inmates may be married while in the community on an
approved pass or furlough. The specific location of the ceremony must be
approved and listed on the itinerary. Such locations must be in compliance
with policies and procedures governing passes and furloughs.

I'll PM you with a link to the whole document and it has the attachment for the acutal form they need to fill out.

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I got married 5yrs ago i did everything from here in omaha i did ge the license in lincoln i called a lady that travel she married us for $75 i got approval from nsp i got married on a visit day i had my mom for my witness he had his brother for his we did the cermonie and went for a visit after it was nice we got a divorce 3yrs later but thats another story it is hard to be married and live a life without him worth having is worth working for congrats
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Old 03-23-2012, 10:16 AM
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I need help as well!

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Old 03-23-2012, 10:18 AM
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I can't post links yet but here is what I found:

VIII. INMATE MARRIAGES
A. Inmates planning to marry will submit a Marriage Intention Form (Attachment C) to
the Religious Coordinator at least ten working days prior to the intended marriage
date. If both parties to the marriage are inmates, each inmate must submit a
Marriage Intention Form to the Religious Coordinator at their facility. Inmates in the
Department's custody will be allowed to marry unless the Warden finds that the
marriage presents a threat to security or order of the institution or to public safety.
B. The inmate and/or spouse-to-be will make all necessary arrangements for obtaining
the marriage license and contacting a clergy person or magistrate from the
community to perform the ceremony. If both parties to the marriage are inmates in
the Department's custody and neither one is assigned to a Community Corrections
Center, neither inmate will be transported from one institution to another for the
marriage ceremony but will be allowed a special telephone call for the purpose of
having the marriage performed. Religious Coordinators and fulltime Volunteer Clergy
will not perform marriage ceremonies.
C. Marriage Ceremonies
1. Space will be made available for weddings in/near the institution’s regular
visiting area at a time approved by the institution.
2. The ceremony will be private and conducted without media coverage.
3. In addition to correctional supervision, the ceremony is limited to five people;
the inmate, the prospective spouse, the two witnesses, and the part time
clergy person or magistrate. All participants will be processed in accordance
with the institution’s Visiting Regulations, including approved clothing.
4. The inmate, the prospective spouse, and non-inmate witnesses may visit
before or after the wedding as long as they are approved to visit and regular
visits are taking place. Inmate witnesses will return to their respective living
units immediately after the ceremony.
5. Only general population inmates may serve as inmate witnesses. No
segregation status inmates are allowed.
6. In institutions with photo projects, the inmate getting married may purchase
up to five photo tickets for pictures to be taken in the Visiting Room. No
private photographers or cameras will be allowed at the ceremony.
7. If the inmate receives a wedding ring, supervising correctional staff shall
assure registration of the ring to the inmate’s property with a DCS-A-adm-
075, Property Control Record. Staff shall also assure completion of a Limits
of Liability – Inmate Jewelry Form (Attachment B or C of A. R. 204.01,
Inmate Property Control).
8. Inmates 18 years old or younger must have permission from parent, legal
guardian or court-appointed guardian to marry. The permission statement
must be submitted on a notarized form.
9. In the event that the prospective spouse is not allowed on the inmate’s
approved visiting list, approval will be given for a special one-time visit, thus
allowing the prospective spouse to be in the facility, under close supervision,
for the purpose of participating in the marriage ceremony. If the prospective
spouse is an inmate at a Community Corrections Center but is not on the
inmate's approved visiting list, the Community Correction inmate will be
subject to this provision. If the prospective spouse is an inmate in the
Department's custody but is not assigned to a DCS Community Corrections
Center, the prospective spouse will not be transported from one institution to
another and the marriage will have to be conducted over the telephone.
10. Community custody inmates may be married while in the community on an
approved pass or furlough. The specific location of the ceremony must be
approved and listed on the itinerary. Such locations must be in compliance
with policies and procedures governing passes and furloughs.

I'll PM you with a link to the whole document and it has the attachment for the acutal form they need to fill out.
Do you still know the link? I would really appreciate it I have been trying to find one for months!

*Mizz.Nikki Wade*
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