A grandparent, parent, stepparent, spouse, mother-in-law, father-in-law, child, step-child, grandchild, sibling, half-sibling, stepbrother and stepsister. An aunt or uncle may be included if adequate verification is provided that they served as a surrogate parent. If there is inadequate documentation in the prisoner's file to confirm this relationship, the prisoner or family member will be required to provide the documentation necessary to adequately confirm the relationship. A proposed visitor shall be approved for placement on the prisoner's approved visitors list if all of the following criteria are met:
Initially conceived as a episode series, the working title of the pilot episode was "Women Behind Bars". When the initial episodes met an enthusiastic reception, it was felt that Prisoner could be developed into an ongoing soap opera. The early storylines were developed and expanded, with assistance from the Corrective Services Department.
The series examined how women dealt with incarceration and separation from their families, and the common phenomenon of released inmates re-offending.
Within the prison, major themes were interpersonal relationships, power struggles, friendships and rivalries. Several lesbian characters, including prisoners Franky Doyle and Judy Bryant and officer Joan Ferguson, appeared on the show. Although Blackmoor Prison was initially described as a brand new, state-of-the-art maximum-security prison, it was depicted as a Victorian-era workhouse when finally seen.
Wentworth was variously described as either new or built during World War IIwith aged infrastructure. Greg Miller stated in episode one that he had his own private practice, but soon after he became frustrated at not having his own practice and purchased one from an elderly Doctor.
Judy Bryant insisted that she had never had sex with a man, but her adult daughter became a regular character. Officer Terry Harrison Brian Hannan said that he had never been married only a few episodes before his ex-wife was incarcerated at Wentworth. As cast members left and returned, sentence continuity became a problem; Judy Bryant and Chrissie Latham spent much longer in Wentworth for petty crimes than they did for murder, and Bea Smith was offered parole three years after her second murder.
Synopsis[ edit ] Prisoner cast pic from early Bea Smith Val Lehman. Standing, right to left: Karen, confronted with a former lover—prison doctor Greg Miller Barry Quin —was sexually harassed by violent lesbian cellmate Franky Doyle Carol Burns.
Other, less volatile prisoners included elderly, garden-loving Jeanette "Mum" Brooks Mary Ward ; who was incarcerated for the euthanasia of her husband who had terminal cancer, teddy-clutching misfit and childlike Doreen Anderson Colette Mannalcoholic former cook recidivist Lizzie Birdsworth Sheila Florancewho apparently poisoned a group of shearers and seductive prostitute Marilyn Mason Margaret Laurencewho seduced prison electrician Eddie Cook Richard Moir.
The prison officers or "screws", as the prisoners call them included firm-but-fair well-heeled governor Erica "Davo" Davidson Patsy King ; dour deputy governor Vera Bennett Fiona Spencewho was always wanting to become Governor and was nicknamed by Franky "Vinegar Tits"; and firm but compassionate senior officer Meg Jackson later Morris Elspeth Ballantyne.
While in prison, Jenkins faced multiple disciplinary actions for possessing and using unauthorized drugs and for possessing a cellphone. Tarmisha Jenkins, a childhood friend who considered Jenkins family, told The State in a Facebook message that he was the third of four children. inmate information changes quickly and the posted information may not reflect the current information. ALL ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW. PUBLISHED MUGSHOTS AND/OR ARREST RECORDS ARE PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED PUBLIC RECORDS OF: AN ARREST, A REGISTRATION, THE . JENKINS, EDDIE JENKINS View arrest, jail and release date information for this inmate that has been incarcerated at the North Carolina Prisons (DOC).
Series extension[ edit ] Prisoner premiered in Australia on 27 February The production schedule increased from one to two hour-long episodes per week; Carol Burns left the show after 20 episodes, feeling that she could not continue playing Franky Doyle with the tighter schedule.
She was written out of the show as an escapee from Wentworth with Doreen Anderson and shot dead by a police officer after being on the run for three weeks. New story arcs were introduced. Karen Travers appealed against her sentence and was eventually released, allowing her to resume her relationship with Greg Miller and becoming involved in prison reform.
As original characters began leaving the series Mum Brooks, Lynn Warner, Karen and Greg appeared beyond the initial sixteen episodes, but most had left by the end of the season; Greg left in earlynew characters arrived: Prostitute Chrissie Latham, a minor character in the early episodes, returned in a more central antagonistic role and a male deputy governor, Jim Fletcher Gerard Maguirejoined the female-dominated cast.
Bea, Lizzie and Doreen[ edit ] As Prisoner began its second year of production in the series formula was in place, with its characters a recognisable set of archetypes.
The prison population consisted of a core group of sympathetic prisoners—a top dog Beaan elderly inmate Lizziea wayward youngster Doreen —and other characters such as an antagonist who threatened the top dog, a middle-class prisoner out of her element, remand prisoners awaiting trial and heavies used as muscle.
ByBea, a tough, ambivalent, maternal leader, had softened by comparison with the episodes. The death of her teenage daughter Debbie Cassandra Lehman [nb 7] from a heroin overdose was her motivation for killing her husband when she was released in the second episode, and explained her hatred of drug offenders and clouded judgement when children were involved.
Doreen, a well-meaning, inept tragicomic figure, was easily influenced by others. Lizzie, a mischievous, alcoholic old bitie with a bad heart, occasionally contemplated dying in prison.
The three were joined early in by Judy Bryant Betty Bobbittan American expatriate lesbian who got herself imprisoned to be with her girlfriend: It made extensive use of cliffhangerswith dramatic escapes, crimes and catastrophes befalling the prison and its inhabitants. Bea Smith was released during the opening episodes; and with nothing and no-one on the outside since the drug-related death of her daughter Debbie, she shot her estranged husband dead, ensuring her imprisonment for life.
The elderly Lizzie was released when new evidence proved her to be innocent of the poisoning for which she had served twenty years. With no place for her on the outside, Lizzie committed a petty offence to return to her "home" at Wentworth. Geoff, an insurance salesman who aspired to be a mercenary overseas, attempted to be romantically involved with Meg, but his attempted assault against her landed him in court; he would be released on a good behaviour bond, but the terms would prevent Geoff from leaving Australia, thus preventing him from taking a mercenary position in Africa.
Judy and another inmate, Heather "Mouse" Trapp Jentah Sobott successfully escaped, but later were caught early in the next season. Meanwhile, Bea, Lizzie and Doreen are trapped in the tunnel after its entrance collapsed when another prisoner, Anne Griffin Rowena Wallaceblocked the entrance with a wheelbarrow.
Changes[ edit ] After a long holiday break, Prisoner moved to an earlier time slot in the Melbourne area:Background. Prisoner was created by Reg Watson, who had produced the British soap opera Crossroads from to and would create Australian soaps The Young Doctors, Sons and Daughters and plombier-nemours.comlly conceived as a episode series, the working title of the pilot episode was "Women Behind Bars".
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While in prison, Jenkins faced multiple disciplinary actions for possessing and using unauthorized drugs and for possessing a cellphone. Tarmisha Jenkins, a childhood friend who considered Jenkins family, told The State in a Facebook message that he was the third of four children.
I am a 53 year old inmate serving a Life (with parole) sentence, of which I have served 14 years of it at m current facility. My charge is for Murder in the 1 st Degree and I truly regret that this happened, not merely because of my incarceration but more so that so many people have been hurt over my action.