Visitation Denials and Exceptions For security reasons, the following persons shall not be approved visitation except as otherwise authorized: 1. Individuals whose behavior represents a control problem that is counterproductive to stable offender behavior. This determination may be reflected in the background investigation report which shows that the individual has a record of carrying concealed weapons, use of a controlled substance, previous violations of institutional rules, or similar behavior.
Persons currently under correctional supervision, on probation, work release, or parole. Persons under criminal indictment; 4. Persons involved with or convicted of incidents of aiding an escape or introducing contraband in any detention or supervised correctional setting; 5. Persons who falsify or omit information on the visitation application or other requested information; Exception: Where it is reasonably determined that the omission was unintentional or inconsequential, CVA may authorize visitation.
Persons who may compromise the order and security of the institution. Any person who is on the approved list of another offender regardless of the location of the offender shall not be approved for visitation unless the person is a member of the immediate family of the offenders. Minors shall not be approved visitation with an offender whose prior or current conviction involves a minor.
Exception: In certain circumstances, where the conviction is not a sex offense and where it appears that visitation is in the best interest of the minor, the CVA may approve visitation after consultation with the Regional Assistant Deputy Director. Where the current or past convictions include a sex offense against a minor, the CVA shall not approve visitation with the minor.
Upon successful completion of the Sex Offender Treatment Program, the offender may request approval with a minor. The request shall be reviewed by the Sex Offender Treatment Team. The decision to approve or deny visitation shall be based upon the progress in treatment, results of the polygraph, the potential for family reunification, and, as the most significant issues, the welfare of the child. Where the conviction involves a crime against a person, such visitation may be approved only following review by, and authorization of, the Office of Victims and Restorative Justice Programs.
The approval or denial of the application shall be based upon an assessment of potential future victimization balanced against the positive aspects of visitation including reunification of family and successful offender reentry into the community. In the case of victims of domestic violence, visitation may be considered once the offender is active in recommended treatment and has the recommendation of the treatment facilitator and Correctional Counselor.
Such visitation requests shall be reviewed and authorized by the Office of Victim and Restorative Justice. Exceptions: Former volunteers including those who were removed from volunteer status as a result of misconduct shall not be approved for visitation unless a familial relationship exists with the offender. Former volunteers who left volunteer status in good standing will generally not be allowed visitation privileges with offenders known solely as a result of their volunteer activities. Exceptions may be approved by the CVA in CVA in consultation Deputy Director of Offender Services upon determination that the relationship remains a professional relationship and that there is significant benefit to approval of the visitation.
Approvals granted prior to May shall remain in place absent other factors. Current volunteers, generally, shall not be allowed normal personal visitation privileges with any offender. Volunteer status shall be clearly noted in visitation approval documentation. Under certain limited circumstances, the Deputy Director of Offender Services may authorize professional visitation privledges with one or more offenders for volunteers involved in reentry program such as approved Mentorship Programs, the purpose of such approvals shall be to facilitate the rehabilitative process within the institution or as part of 9 OP-MTV the reentry process.
Volunteer status, as well as any special authorization to be placed on more than one visiting list, shall be clearly noted in the visitation approval documentation. Appeals 1.
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Each appeal response will be entered in visitor comments in ICON. The Office of Victim Services shall ensure timely notification to the applicant. Removal of Visitors CVA 1. CVA shall respond to removal requests from both the 10 OP-MTV offender and institution within seven days and route a copy to the offender. Exceptions may be made when the individual is making application for visitation with a member of the immediate family.
Immediate reapplication may occur in the event an offender is released and has been readmitted within the six month time frame. Special Visitors Institution 1.
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Each institution shall have written procedures governing rules for special visits. Attorneys must complete an initial visitor application to visit an offender; however, one application shall apply to multiple visiting lists. After initial approval is established. In order to be added to additional offender visiting lists information must be mailed or faxed on letterhead to the CVA.
Offenders may have one member of the clergy on their visiting list. Clergy must follow the normal application process, including background checks. Effective May 1, , clergy must submit appropriate verification of clergy status with their visiting application.
Verification varies depending upon religious or denominational affiliation. Where the documentation provided is not deemed sufficient by the CVA, additional information shall be requested prior to the approval or denial decision. Verified members of the clergy may be placed on the visiting list of more than one offender. An offender must express a desire to visit a clergy or attorney before the visit is permitted. While performing in Toronto in , Clayton-Thomas discovered he needed surgery to fix a defective valve in his heart.
The health scare led the singer to make drastic lifestyle changes, and eventually to a new album release: A Blues For a New World. Discography Blue Plate Special. In Concert: A Musical Biography. David Clayton-Thomas. Soul Ballads.
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By the time Clayton-Thomas was fourteen, he had left home and was sleeping in parked cars and abandoned buildings and stealing food and clothing to survive. He was arrested several times for vagrancy, petty theft, and street brawls and spent his teen years bouncing in and out of various jails and reformatories, including the Burwash Industrial Farm.
He inherited a love for music from his mother, and when an old guitar came into his possession, left behind by an outgoing inmate, he began to teach himself to play. Upon his release from detention in , he gravitated to the Yonge Street "strip" in Toronto. It wasn't long before he was fronting his own bands.
By this time, he had changed his surname to put some distance between his new life and his troubled teenage years. Abandoning the bars on the strip, Clayton-Thomas began performing in Yorkville Village 's coffeehouses. Clayton-Thomas made his mark more forcibly with his next band, The Bossmen, one of the first rock bands anywhere to include jazz musicians.
He survived by playing "basket houses", where performers were given a few minutes of stage time and then passed the basket.
Folk singer Judy Collins heard Clayton-Thomas one night at a club uptown and told her friend, drummer Bobby Colomby , about him. Colomby was impressed with Clayton-Thomas's vocal talent and he invited him to join the band. He jumped right out at you.
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I went with a small group of people, and we were electrified. He seemed so genuine, so in command of the lyric