Woman dating men in prison scam dating messages
Alex Cavendish, Social Anthropologist and former prison inmate, says; “In theory, a percentage of all outgoing letters are randomly checked by the censor's department in each prison (usually 10%).
However, if the inmate has been convicted of domestic violence, a sexual offence or stalking/harassment, then all letters are supposed to be read.”Although there are no official figures recorded on the number of letters sent, according to The Office for National Statistics, a report released only this year on population in UK prisons compares 81,881 men compared to 3,882 women currently residing in jail.
Finding the answer to this complex and rather baffling condition that strikes women of all ages and from all walks of life is not easy for just those reasons - these gals are of all ages and from very different backgrounds.
Not so for the increasing number of ladies who write to strangers in prison.