You can call someone in jail if you are a close family member. (Wife, husband, brother, sister, mother, father).
You may be able to arrange to visit the person.

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Visiting someone in prison
This web page tells you how to arrange a visit to one of the prisons (correctional facilities) in the NT.

Glossary: What these words mean

custody
Custody is when police hold you so you can’t leave. This is usually in prison while you wait to go to court.

(Modified from the Plain English Legal Dictionary 2015)

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