Roberta's Law - SB 160. Roberta’s Law, effective March 22, 2013, expands victim notification rights. If the inmate is convicted of Aggravated Murder, Murder, a first, second or third degree offense of violence or is serving a life sentence, the victim will be automatically notified of specified events, regardless of whether the victim has requested notification. Sep 23, 2018 · From State, you set up an account with Securus and authorize that inmate to call you, and it costs 26 cents/minute or something like that and they can call for up to 15 minutes at a time (prison regs) and when you run out of funds, you add more to that Aug 17, 2015 · While local calls around Ketchikan are free, Mathews says inmates families have to pay for long-distance calls to their landlines through Securus, a company contracted through the state. What happens is an inmate can place one call to a long-distance landline.