ABOUT EMMAS PREMIUM SERVICES
Who we are...
Welcome to Emma's Premium Services , your number one source for all NYS Inmate Care Packages. We're dedicated to giving you the very best of all approved NYSDOOCS Items with a focus on quality foods, quick shipping, and a customer care team you can trust.
Founded in 2014 by a mother supporting her incarcerated son, Emma's Premium Services has come a long way from its beginnings in launching from a kitchen table. When our company first started, we harnessed a passion for helping families support their loved ones, driving us to create a platform for families to ship packages to your loved ones. We now serve families all over NYS and are thrilled that we're able to turn our passion into a platform that has helped over 600,000 families
With over 600,000 families using our platform monthly, we have been able to make caring for your incarcerated loved ones just a bit easier during a difficult time.
Anton Kogen - CEO and FOUNDER OF Emma's Premium Services
We hope you enjoy our service as much as we enjoy offering it to you. If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to contact our customer care team
- Reach us by phone: (888) 638-9994
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- Mail us: 162 Washington Ave Edison NJ 08817
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“I enjoyed getting his food because I knew he would be eating right,” said Santana Sell. Prison food is of notoriously poor quality, and she said her husband has lost weight in the months since the rule change. “I can tell that he has gotten smaller, just by looking at his face.”
For decades, the workings of the prison discipline system had been hidden from public view under a secrecy law adopted at the urging of the state’s powerful law enforcement unions. But after the Legislature repealed that law in 2020, The Marshall Project obtained more than 5,600 records of disciplinary cases against prison employees, for issues ranging from physical abuse of prisoners to sleeping on the job. The records probably reflect only a fraction of the violence guards have inflicted in New York’s corrections system, experts said. Many prisoners do not file complaints because they fear retaliation or not being believed. And in most of the state’s 44 prisons, officers do not wear body cameras, which sometimes help prove abuse. These records do not detail prisoner attacks on officers, which the department and the guards’ union said have increased in recent years.