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Confinement - General Requirements

For the purpose of this order, confinement refers to housing which is segregated from the general population
Inmates may be placed in confinement by a Lieutenant or higher authority when
The inmate presents a threat to the safety and security of the institution
The inmate is found in violation of institutional rules and regulations through a disciplinary hearing and disciplinary confinement is approved
Protective custody is requested by an inmate (after verification and at the discretion of a lieutenant), the State Attorney's Office, a JSO Commanding Officer or other law enforcement agency
The facility administrator must approve all Report of Confinement Forms (P–0339) for any inmate who is deprived of any usually authorized item or activity
Each time an inmate is placed in confinement, the reason is included in the Special Instructions/Comments section of the Report of Confinement
and the time and date are documented in the Correctional Management Information System (CMIS
When an inmate is transferred to confinement DHS personnel are informed immediately and provide assessment and review as indicated by the protocols established by the DHS
Unless medical attention is needed more frequently each inmate in confinement shall receive a daily visit from the appropriate DHS member
The presence of DHS personnel in the confinement area will be announced and recorded in CMIS
DHS shall determine the frequency of physician visits to confinement units
Each area supervisor will ensure
A copy of the Report of Confinement Form (P–0339) for each inmate placed in confinement in his area is obtained before the end of his watch and a Security Cell Inspection Form (P–0552) is initiated when required
Each inmate in confinement is verified against a computer generated roll call and an appropriate and accurate Report of Confinement Form (P–0339) is presented in the housing area
Appropriate forms are replaced if missing, and appropriate forms for inmates who have been relocated are removed and filed in the inmate's institutional file
A new Security Cell Inspection Form (P–0552) is initiated and dated when required and documentation in CMIS is completed as necessary.
The area supervisor will personally observe and talk with (unless inmate is sleeping) each inmate housed in confinement at least once
during his tour of duty and document the observation
This will not be delegated to an officer
This observation includes but is not limited to confinement inmates housed in areas such as 6W, 6E, 3W all I–blocks and any other area designated for use as confinement housing
The corrections officer confiscating the in–cell property of a self harm inmate shall ensure all items not retained by the inmate are receipted on an Inmate Property Inventory card and stored in the property room
Inmates in confinement will receive a minimum of one hour per day of recreation at least five days per week
weather permitting unless security or safety considerations dictate otherwise
Uncontrollable or violent inmates and escape risks are not subject to this provision, but such exceptions must be documented on the Report of Confinement
and reviewed weekly by the facility Security Committee
for the purpose of determining any change in the status of the inmate
When officers are making 15 or 30 minutes checks on inmates, the officers will take care not to make the checks exactly on each quarter or half–hour
When officers are making 15 or 30 minutes checks on inmates, the officers will take care not to make the checks exactly on each quarter or half–hour
Officers will ensure they are not predictable in the times they make their checks
while complying with the time limits for the checks
when a inmate placed in confinement is designated as a high risk inmate two correction officers will be present whenever the inmate is moved in or out of the housing area
The area supervisor will ensure all self-harm inmates and their cells will be thoroughly searched within the first hour of each shift
The searches will be documented in the CMIS Daily Post Log noting the officers and supervisor involved, cells searched and any contraband found
Before any inmate is removed from his confinement cell the Report of Confinement form will be checked for any special restrictions e.g., keep separate from restraint restrictions two officer control
Inmates in confinement will clean their cells daily
unless they are violent or unmanageable
With a minimum of two corrections officers present violent or unmanageable inmates will be placed in restraints and removed from their cell
The designated inmate worker will clean the cell
Inmate workers shall be in the presence of an officer when in confinement dorms for any reason
When an inmate is removed from his confinement cell for any reason only one inmate will be allowed out of the confinement cell in the dayroom or shower area
Inmates in confinement will be given the opportunity to shower daily and use the telephone as indicated on the Report of Confinement Form (P-0339
All inmates are required to shower twice a week
When an inmate is removed from his confinement cell for telephone or shower use only one inmate will be allowed out of the confinement cell at a time unless housed with another inmate in the same cell
The inmate's shower or refusal to do so must be documented on the Security Cell Inspection Form
noting the exact start and finish times or the time of the inmate's refusal
Inmates housed in “I” Block Cells will have their confinement cells searched by the day and evening watches, and the search will be documented in CMIS daily post log
All inmates in special management cells will be provided prescribed medication clothing that is not degrading
and access to basic personal items for use in their cells unless there is imminent danger that any inmate may destroy the item or use it to cause harm to themselves or others
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