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Title 28Chapter VSubchapter CPart 540


TITLE 28—Judicial Administration

CHAPTER V—BUREAU OF PRISONS, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

SUBCHAPTER C—INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT

PART 540—CONTACT WITH PERSONS IN THE COMMUNITY

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§540.2
Definitions.
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Subpart B—CORRESPONDENCE

§540.10
Purpose and scope.
§540.11
Mail depositories.
§540.12
Controls and procedures.
§540.13
Notification of rejections.
§540.14
General correspondence.
§540.15
Restricted general correspondence.
§540.16
Inmate correspondence while in segregation and holdover status.
§540.17
Correspondence between confined inmates.
§540.18
Special mail.
§540.19
Legal correspondence.
§540.20
Inmate correspondence with representatives of the news media.
§540.21
Payment of postage.
§540.22
Special postal services.
§540.23
Inmate funds received through the mails.
§540.24
Returned mail.
§540.25
Change of address and forwarding of mail for inmates.
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Subpart C—[RESERVED]

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Subpart D—VISITING REGULATIONS

§540.40
Purpose and scope.
§540.41
Visiting facilities.
§540.42
Visiting times.
§540.43
Frequency of visits and number of visitors.
§540.44
Regular visitors.
§540.45
Qualification as special visitor.
§540.46
Attorney visits.
§540.47
Media visits.
§540.48
[Reserved]
§540.49
Transportation assistance.
§540.50
Visits to inmates not in regular population status.
§540.51
Procedures.
§540.52
Penalty for violation of visiting regulations.
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Subpart E—CONTACT WITH NEWS MEDIA

§540.60
Purpose and scope.
§540.61
Authorization.
§540.62
Institutional visits.
§540.63
Personal interviews.
§540.64
Press pools.
§540.65
Release of information.
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Subpart F—INCOMING PUBLICATIONS

§540.70
Purpose and scope.
§540.71
Procedures.
§540.72
Statutory restrictions requiring return of commercially published information or material which is sexually explicit or features nudity.
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Subparts G-H [Reserved]

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Subpart I—TELEPHONE REGULATIONS FOR INMATES

§540.100
Purpose and scope.
§540.101
Procedures.
§540.102
Monitoring of inmate telephone calls.
§540.103
Inmate telephone calls to attorneys.
§540.104
Responsibility for inmate misuse of telephones.
§540.105
Expenses of inmate telephone use.


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