South Carolina Prison (DOC) Arrest Records for Inmate BREANN WELLS
BREANN WELLS Arrest Details
South Carolina (SC) Prison Arrest Details
INMATE SEARCH DETAIL REPORT
WELLS, BREANN (00371644)
INMATE SENTENCE AND LOCATION
CITIZEN - NATIVE BORN
SECURITY / CUSTODY:
INTAKE R&E INMATES
BLOND OR STRAWBERRY
PROJECTED RELEASE DATE:
PROJECTED PAROLE ELIGIBILITY:
SUP. FURLOUGH ELIGIBILITY:
NO ESCAPES DURING CURRENT INCARCERATION
SANCTIONS NOT AVAILABLE IN THE AUTOMATED SYSTEM PRIOR TO JANUARY 2009
NO DISCIPLINARIES DURING CURRENT INCARCERATION
EARNED WORK CREDITS
NO EARNED WORK CREDITS DURING CURRENT INCARCERATION
EARNED EDUCATION CREDITS
NO EARNED EDUCATION CREDITS DURING CURRENT INCARCERATION
March 13, 2017
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South Carolina Department of Corrections
4444 Broad River Rd
Columbia, SC 29221
Columbia, SC 29221
Click here for South Carolina Prison (DOC) Visitation Information
Visitation is an important component of the rehabilitation process and is conducted in the least restrictive manner possible while meeting requirements of safety, security, classification, and space availability. Click here to review visitation guidelines: Rules for Visitors NEW ADDRESS TO MAIL ALL APPLICATIONS: The Division of Visitation and Inmate Drug Testing (Visitation) processes applications for visiting privileges. The address where applications are originally to be mailed has been updated to: Division of Visitation and I/M DT, P. O. Box 212969, Columbia, South Carolina, 29221. The Agency's Visitation Inquiry Line may be reached at 803-896-1838. For questions regarding the visitation application process, press #1; for up-to-date information about prisons that have canceled visitation because of security concerns, press #2. Then, you should leave a message with a valid phone number and staff will return your call within 24-48 "business hours". Each inmate in the S. C. Department of Corrections is allowed to have a maximum of fifteen (15) approved visitors on his/her visiting list. Each inmate is provided with "Request for Visiting Privileges" forms (SCDC Form 19-127) to send to his/her prospective visitors. The only way for an individual to receive a visiting privileges form is from the inmate who wants them to visit. These forms are provided to each inmate upon arrival in the Department of Corrections Reception and Evaluation Center and are available to inmates in all institutions throughout the state. Every individual must complete this form and forward it to Visitation through the Central Visitation Center for processing. The form is reviewed by staff and the information is entered into the automated system. If the form is missing any required information, the form is returned to the sender for proper completion. Once the application form has been properly completed, submitted, and approved, the individual is added to the inmate's visiting list. An inmate is provided a copy of his approved visiting list once a week if a change is made during that week. IT IS THE INMATE'S RESPONSIBILITY TO ADVISE HIS/HER VISITOR(S) OF THEIR APPROVAL. Minor children that are on the APPROVED visiting list must be accompanied by an adult and will be allowed to visit only if they are the inmate's brothers and sisters, the inmate's children (natural or legally adopted), the inmate's stepchildren, grandchildren, or step grandchildren. When an individual arrives at an institution to visit, everyone age 10 and older must present a public safety picture identification. Those under age 10 must show a copy of their long-form birth certificate. Certain criteria must be met before an inmate who wishes to have minor niece/nephew(s) visit. This information is available to the inmates at their institution, but first and foremost the inmate must be incarcerated at least three consecutive years. Upon arriving at the institution, the visitor must state the name and SCDC number of the inmate they wish to visit. This information is entered into the automated system and if the individual is listed on the inmate's approved visiting list, a visitor's pass will be generated for the individual. [Inmates may only have one visit per day; therefore, all visitors must be together.] Inmates are not allowed to have visitors during the reception and evaluation process unless they remain in the Reception and Evaluation Center longer than thirty (30) days and the visitor is on the approved visiting list. After thirty (30) days only an inmates' parents, grandparents, spouse, and/or children are eligible to visit at R&E. In order to schedule a visit at R&E on the approved list after 30 days, contact 896-2000 between the hours of 8:00-12:00 on Mondays and Tuesdays ONLY. The institution where the inmate is housed should be contacted directly concerning the visiting days and times appropriate to that facility. Addresses and telephone numbers for all institutions are provided in the Institutions section of this web site.
NOTE: Beepers/pagers are not allowed into the institution unless they are required due to medical/ professional reasons. If the visitor has been approved to take in a beeper/pager, it will be thoroughly inspected prior to the visitor entering the institution.
In order to ensure that all visitors are aware of state laws governing contraband, Section 24-3-950 of the South Carolina Code of Laws (Contraband Law), as amended, will be posted in a conspicuous place at the entrance of each institution so that all visitors may read it prior to entering.
9. What are the rules for visiting?
Except as otherwise noted, visitors are prohibited from engaging in the following activities. Any violation of the following rules of conduct may result in the immediate termination of a visit or further visitation suspension. (ALL RULES MAY NOT APPLY FOR VIDEO VISITS...I.E. SWITCHING TABLES)
RULES FOR VISITORSDear Prospective Visitor: The South Carolina Department of Corrections is committed to encouraging relationships between inmates, their family members, and their friends. We strongly feel that visitation is an important part of each inmate's rehabilitation. At the same time, the Department must provide for the safety and security of each facility, staff, and inmates, and most importantly, the safety of other visitors, the public, and you. NOTICE TO VISITORS AND INMATES Based on security concerns, all personal devices that communicate wirelessly, including activity fitness trackers and smart watches, are prohibited from being brought into SCDC institutions effective February 1, 2016. The devices have the capability to communicate with other devices over a wireless transmission protocol such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and cellular. Effective September 4, 2015, in a continuing effort to improve the safety and security of our institutions for staff, inmates, and visitors, all visitors age 18 and older entering Level II and Level III institutions will be required to submit to a pat/frisk search in addition to the existing search procedures. Female visitors will be searched by female employees only. Male visitors may be searched by employees of either gender. This practice is consistent with several other state correctional agencies and with our current practices for employees, vendors, and volunteers. Visitors age 17 and under will not be pat/frisk searched as a routine practice. However, our policy has been and will continue to provide for such a search due to an alert from a drug dog, metal detector, or handheld electronic frisker. A pat/frisk search of a visitor age 17 and under will require approval of the Warden/Designee and the written consent of the parent, legal guardian, or authorized adult, and will be conducted by an employee of the same gender as the visitor. Visitors retain the option of refusing to be searched, unless there is reason to detain and arrest. Any visitor who refuses to be questioned, who refuses to consent to be searched, or who refuses to allow a minor to be questioned or searched will be subject to a suspension of visiting privileges as outlined in SCDC policy governing inmate visitation. Effective January 1, 2008, the South Carolina Department of Corrections is a tobacco free environment. Tobacco, tobacco related products, paraphernalia or lighting devices are not allowed in any buildings, or on any property belonging to the Agency. Tobacco products and/or associated paraphernalia shall be secured in personal vehicles and will be considered contraband within all Agency buildings and institutions. This pamphlet has been developed to familiarize you with the rules and regulations that must be followed both prior to and during each visit with your family member or friend. We trust that this information will be useful to you. Read the following information carefully. INFORMATION REGARDING VIDEO VISITATION: TO REGISTER AND/OR SCHEDULE A VIDEO VISIT: https://scdoc.gtlvisitme.com TO ASK QUESTIONS IF HAVING TROUBLE REGISTERING AND/OR SCHEDULING: Call GTL Support at 855-208-7349 FOR OTHER QUESTIONS/CONCERNS: Call the Visitation Inquiry Line at 803-896-1838 and Press Option 3 and leave a message. Your call will be returned in 24-48 business hours. For rules on Video Visitation click here: Video Visitation Rules 1. How do I apply for visiting privileges?
- If the inmate wants you to visit, he or she will send you a Form 19-127, "Request for Visiting Privileges." Only inmates are authorized to provide an application.
- FULLY complete the Form 19-27 that is provided to you by the inmate and return it by mail to the Division of Visitation and Inmate Drug Testing through the Central Visitation Center (CVC). The address for the CVC is located on the top right of the "Request for Visiting Privileges" form. If you should need additional Form 19-127s in the future, you may obtain them from the inmate you wish to visit.
- If you do not provide all requested information, the form will be rejected. If the "Request for Visiting Privileges" cannot be processed because it is incomplete or because you have provided an incorrect inmate name or inmate number (the identification number assigned to the inmate by the South Carolina Department of Corrections), it will be returned to you, if the address on the form is complete. A parent, legal guardian, or other adult may assist a child in completing the form; however, only a parent or legal guardian will be permitted to sign this form.
- Providing false information on the "Request for Visiting Privileges."
- If you are a former inmate, you may be denied visiting if the Department considers you to be a threat to the safe and secure operation of the institution. Former inmates may be approved to visit only if they are a member of the inmate's immediate family** except for in-laws. In any case, former inmates will not be allowed visiting privileges until at least one year after they are released from the South Carolina Department of Corrections or any other correctional facility and the respective Warden approves their request.
- If you are a former South Carolina Department of Corrections employee, contract employee, or volunteer who worked within a South Carolina Department of Corrections facility, you may be denied visiting privileges if during such employment, you violated any South Carolina Department of Corrections policy/procedure pertaining to employee/inmate relations to include sexual intercourse, sexual relations, dating, marrying, or otherwise establishing a personal relationship with an inmate and/or any person under the jurisdiction of the South Carolina Department of Corrections. In any case, former employees, contract employees, or volunteers who have terminated their employment with the Department within the last year prior to the date of the "Request for Visiting Privileges," will not be approved to visit. After one year, only members of an inmate's immediate family** (provided the former employee or contract employee did not become a member of the inmate's immediate family as a result of meeting and/or marrying him/her while incarcerated) will be considered.
- Anyone may be disapproved if they pose a threat to the safe and secure operation of the institution.
- Persons With Prior Convictions or Pending Criminal Charges may be permitted to visit; however, the following conditions must be met: Must be a member of the inmate's immediate family**. Must not be nor previously have been a co-defendant with the inmate on any criminal charges. Must provide information listing all past convictions or outstanding charges which are still active including the jurisdiction (city/county/state) where the warrants were signed or the indictments issued. Must answer accurately and truthfully all questions on SCDC Form 19-127, "Request for Visiting Privileges."
- Inmate must have been incarcerated for at least three (3) consecutive years.
- Inmate may NOT have ever been convicted of a sex offense or sexual misconduct disciplinary.
- Inmate must have NO Major disciplinaries and/or NO More than two (2) minor disciplinary convictions within a three (3) year period.
- Inmate must have been employed for a minimum of three (3) years.
- The brother or sister, parent of the niece or nephew, must show on the inmate's relative screen and must submit a copy of the respective niece/nephew's long-form birth certificate for verification.
- Shirts and shoes are mandatory.
- Clothing that exposes an undue amount of flesh (e.g., exposing chest, back, thighs, or midsections) is prohibited. Halter tops, underwear-type tee-shirts, tank tops, fish net shirts, or any type of shirt or pants made with see-through fabric are NOT allowed to be worn by any visitor (male or female). Sleeveless shirts WILL NOT be allowed.
- Visitors may wear Bermuda-length shorts provided they are not more than three (3") inches above the top of the kneecap.
- At institutions where the use of khaki inmate uniforms has been fully implemented, all visitors may wear blue jeans/shorts, khaki pants/shorts, or other color denim jeans/shorts.
- At institutions that continue to utilize blue-jean denim inmate uniforms (shock units), visitors will be prohibited from wearing blue jeans/shorts or blue denim pants/shorts. Denim jeans/shorts other than the color blue will be allowed.
- Women and girls may wear dresses or skirts. However, no sleeveless dresses will be allowed. If a dress or skirt is considered too short or if there is a slit (no higher than three [3"] inches above the top of the knee), or is considered otherwise inappropriate by an officer, the officer will be required to contact the Duty Warden (or designee if the Duty Warden is not present in the institution) who will be responsible for coming to the entrance area for a decision as to whether the visitor will be allowed to visit. The decision of the Duty Warden/designee is final.
- Any shirt or other article of clothing with a picture or language that may be considered profane or offensive by current public and/or SCDC standards will not be allowed. In such cases, the officer will contact the Duty Warden (or designee if the Duty Warden is not present in the institution) who will be responsible for coming to the entrance area for a decision as to whether the visitor will be allowed to visit. The decision of the Duty Warden/designee is final.
- Clothing designed or intended to be tightly worn, to excessively accent the body, e.g., spandex, tights, leggings, tank tops, etc., is prohibited.
- Hair pieces and any hair accessories are subject to search.
- No jewelry except wedding ring, one (1) pair of earrings, one (1) religious medallion on a necklace or chain, one (1) wristwatch, and a medical alert bracelet.
Authorized Items Permitted by Visitors
|Small wallet or change purse||One (1) (Clear plastic only)|
|Cash||Cash can no longer be brought into any institution. Instead, SCDC institutions now utilize cashless vending machines that require Paykey devices, electronic recording tools the size of a keychain onto which cash can be transferred. These devices can be purchased for $5 at the entrance of each institution and can hold up to $50. Specific instructions should be obtained from the respective institution you wish to visit.|
|Keys||One (1) set (Must not contain any items that may cause a security threat.)|
|Photographic identification card||One (1) as described in Procedure 5, above|
|Prescriptive Medications||For those individuals who are required to take prescription medications at certain times during visiting hours, the SCDC will allow only the dosage necessary to be taken by the individual during his/her visit to be brought into any institution. Each prescription medication brought into any institution must be placed in its original prescribed container with the original pharmacy label. The container must contain written information concerning the type of medication, dosage requirements, and the name of the individual to whom the medication was prescribed. Under no circumstances will containers containing different types of medications be allowed into any SCDC institution. The SCDC reserves the right to prohibit individuals from bringing into any institution any medication that may pose a threat to the inmate population or institutional security. (NOTE: Individuals who are required to use injections [needles/syringes] for medical conditions will be required to leave the institution for such purposes and may be allowed to return. Under no circumstances will needles/syringes be brought into any SCDC institution or left on the grounds of any SCDC property.) Epipens will be allowed ONLY with Doctor's notorized, written authorization.|
|Form 19-118, "Authorization for Adult Supervision of a Minor"||If applicable, one (1) copy (For more information see paragraph 5, "Can Children Visit?" above.)|
|Baby/Infant Supplies||For those visitors bringing authorized infants and small children, no more than five (5) diapers, three (3) baby bottles (or two (2) sipper cups for toddlers, must be clear), and three (3) jars of sealed baby food in a clear plastic bag. (Baby wipes/towelettes may be brought in by visitors provided they are brought in a clear plastic bag. Infant/Baby carriers will be allowed but will be subject to search prior to entry into the institution. (Visitors will be required to remove the infant from the carrier for this purpose.)|
- Taking any article whatsoever from the grounds of the institution (e.g., gifts from inmates or inmates' excess personal property items) without prior authorization from the Warden, Duty Warden, or designee; (Exceptions may be made for approved attorneys, paralegals, clergy, or prospective employers who require paperwork to be submitted to them by an inmate.)
- Walking or driving along the perimeter road;
- Photographing buildings, fences, etc.;
- Loud playing of vehicle radios while on South Carolina Department of Corrections property;
- Visitor's actions/inactions which are a security risk or health risk to others, e.g., leaving children in vehicle, leaving keys in vehicle, etc.; Under no circumstances will visitors be authorized to leave any child unattended in any vehicle on South Carolina Department of Corrections property while they are visiting.
- Under no circumstances will visitors be authorized to leave any pet/animal unattended in any vehicle on South Carolina Department of Corrections property while they are visiting nor bring any pet/animal into an institution unless the animal is necessary to enable a person to physically maneuver (e.g. "seeing eye" dog).
- Yelling at inmates or engaging in loud, boisterous behavior during visiting or while on South Carolina Department of Corrections property; or
- Passing any item to inmates or accepting items from inmates. (NOTE: The only items authorized to be passed will be food and beverage items purchased from vending machinesby visitors. Exceptions may be made for approved attorneys, paralegals, and prospective employers who require paperwork to be passed to an inmate.)
- Visitors will be required to keep accompanying children as orderly as possible during their visit so that other inmates and visitors will not be disturbed. In the event that a visitor(s) is unable to control his or her child(ren), the visit will be terminated and the visitor(s) and children will be required to leave the institution.
- Any visitor found bringing any items not listed above, or excessive amounts of any authorized item(s), into any institution will, if the item is not considered illegal, be advised that they will not be able to visit that day. No visitor will be allowed to return to their vehicle and return to visit. Any visitor found with illegal contraband or any visitor who visited an inmate who was found with contraband will not visit again.
- Visitors will not be allowed to switch tables and/or visit with any inmate(s) other than those they are currently authorized to visit or with any other visitors. (The Duty Warden may approve exceptions in those cases of immediate family members incarcerated at the same institution.)(NOTE: Inmates and their visitors may go from an inside table to a table outside the visiting room [for those institutions with outdoor visiting areas]).
- Inmates authorized contact visiting will be allowed to embrace and to kiss visitors once at the beginning and once at the end of each visit. Whenever possible, depending upon the number of visitors and the shape of tables, an inmate and visitor(s) are to be seated at opposite sides of the table. Policy allows an inmate to hold child 2 and under (6 and under for female inmates). Any other display of affection between inmate and visitor other than that described above will be prohibited, and may result in disciplinary action for the inmate and visiting suspension for the inmate and/or visitor involved.
- The Warden, Duty Warden, or an approved designee has the authority to terminate a visit while the visit is in progress if the inmate violates any established rules and regulations or if the inmate’s visitor(s) does not comply with the rules and regulations governing inmate visitors. Prior to termination of the visit, less severe alternatives may be attempted, if appropriate. This may include verbal warnings to the inmate and/or visitor(s) of improper conduct which, if not discontinued, will result in the visit being terminated and may result in the visitor's and the inmate's visiting privileges being suspended.
- In addition, for serious violations of rules, the Department may suspend your visiting privileges for a period of two years or less, indefinitely or permanently, depending on the severity of the rules violation. During this suspension you will not be allowed to visit any inmate in the South Carolina Department of Corrections. Because of the Department's need to maintain security and order of our institutions, we highly recommend that you carefully follow our rules and regulations so that you can continue to visit your loved ones and friends.