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LEVEL 4 / LEVEL 5
CLASSIFICATION FOR
INMATES

SECTION: 111NUMBER: 07

RULE/CODE REFERENCE:

SUPERCEOES:
111-07 rfat«dni/3Il/tt)

RELATED ACA STANDARDS:
3-4282:4263:4264; 4aS6-.A287.4289:
4349:4367: snd 4369

DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION RELATED AUDIT STANDARDS:
ANO CORRECTION

I.

EFFECTIVE DATE:
March 1,2002
APPROVED: February 7.2002

AUTHORITY:
This policy is issued in compliance with Ohio Revised Code Section 5120.01 which
delegates to the Director of th» Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
the authority to manage and direct the total operations of the Department and to
establish such rules and regulations as the director prescribes.

U.

PURPOSE:
The purpose of this policy is to define the classification procedures for placing
inmates in Level 4 and Level 5 security classifications.

III.

APPLICABILITY:
This policy applies to all staff and inmates involved in the classification process,
except inmates who are classified as death row status and held at Mansfield
Correctional Institution.

IV.

DEFINITIONS:
Classification Level 4 - A security level for inmates who are involved In, but not
leading others to commit violent, disruptive, predatory or riotous actions, and/or a
threat to the security of the institution as set forth in the established Levei 4 criteria.
This classification replaces the classification previously known as "maximum
security." References to maximum security in the Administrative Code and other
policies shall be construed as the equivalent of level 4.
Classification Level 5 - A security level for inmates who commit or lead others to
commit violent, disruptive, predatory, riotous actions, or who otherwise pose a
serious threat to the security of the institution as set forth in the established Level 5
criteria. This classification replaces the classification previously known as "high
maximum security." References to "high maximum security* In the Administrative
Code and other policies shaH be construed as the equivalent of "level 5."
Privilege Level B
Levels 4 or S.

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The initial privilege level assigned to an inmate classified into

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POLICY:

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PROCEDURES:
A.

Placement in Level 4 or 5 from Reception

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end cf this directive.
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Placement in Level 4 after Initial Placement:

The Warden. ^ W a r d e n . Major Unit
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1. The inmate has demonstrated physically assaultive and/or predatory
bohavlor resulting in physical harm/Injury to any person.
2. The nature of the inmate's behavior presents a current threat to the
security and orderly operation of the institution and safety of others.
3. The inmate has planned or participated in a serious disturbance or riot.
4. The inmate has possessed major contraband which poses a threat or
danger to the institution. This includes but is not limited to: weapons,
drugs, escape contraband, large amounts of currency.
5. The inmate has been identified by the institution Security Threat Group
Coordinator as an active member Involved in disruptive security threat
group behavior.
6. The inmate escaped, attempted to escape or committed acts to
facilitate an escape from a level 1 or 2 (or their equivalent, minimum or
medium) security facility or while under .supervision outside of the
facility, resulting in physical harm or threatened serious physical harm
to others or caused serious destruction to the physical plant.
7. The inmate has established an inappropriate relationship with a staff
member.
8. The inmate through repetitive and/or seriously disruptive behavior has
demonstrated an inability to adjust to Level 3 as evidenced by
repeated class II rule violations.
The classification committee shall review the completed Supervision Review Form
and any relevant information. The inmate is to be served with a Notice of Hearing
Form (Form DRC2598) 48 hours prior to the hearing, and afforded the opportunity
to appear before the entire committee, unless waived in writing, to offer any
pertinent information, explanation and/or objections to Level 4 placement The
inmate will also be afforded the opportunity to submit a written statement to the
committee. The classification committee shall determine whether the inmate has
met one of the criteria above and whether the inmate should be placed in level 4.
The classification committee shall make a recommendation accordingly.
The Classification committee shall forward its recommendation to the
WardfirVDesignee. The Warden/Oesignee shall review the Supervision Review
Form and all other information presented, and approve or disapprove the
recommendation. If the warderoapproves the recommendation for level 4. he or
she shall submit the recommendation to the Bureau of Classification for final
disposition. The inmate may file a formal objection to the recommendation of the
classification committee and warden with the Bureau of Classification within fifteen
days. The Bureau Of Classification will review the recommendation and any
objections filed by the inmate, and make a final decision.

C.

Placement in Level S after Initial Placement:

Placement into the Level 5 classification may be Initiated by the Warden, Deputy
Warden, Major, LIMA. Unit Manager, RIB or the Reception Coordinator. The
person initiating the placement shall use the Security Designation Long Form,
referenced at the end of this directive. Once initiated, the Warden/Designee shall
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establish a classification committee to review the inmate's behavior and determine if
the inmate meets one or more of the following Level 5 criteria:
1. The inmate has demonstrated physically or sexually assaultive
and/or predatory behavior resulting in either serious physical Injury
or death to any person? or In an attempt to sexually assault any
person, or to cause serious physical injury or death to any person.
An inmate has demonstrated such behavior when the inmate has:
• Physically assaulted another resulting in serious physical harm;
• Assaulted or attempted to assault another with a deadly weapon
• Compelled or attempted to compel another to perform sexual
acts; engage in sexual conduct or sexual contact; or to submit to
sexual contact, all by force or threat of force;
• Compelled or coerced another, by force or the threat of sen'ous
physical harm or death, to provide anything of value, to perform
any act, or to violate any rule.
2. The nature of the criminal offense committed prior to incarceration
constitutes a current threat to the security and orderly operation of
the institution and to the safety of others, for example, serious
assaults against law enforcement, participation in organized
criminal activity or actions indicating a serious escape risk.
3. The inmate has lead, organized, or incited a serious disturbance or
riot that resulted in the talcing of a hostage, significant property
damage, physical harm, or loss of life.
4. The inmate has conspired or attempted to convey, introduce or
possess major contraband which poses a serious threat or danger
to the security of the institution. This includes but is not limited to:
• Deadly weapons
• Ammunition
• Escape instruments
• Drugs for distribution
5. The inmate has been identified by the institution Security Threat
Group Coordinator as a leader, enforcer, or recruiter of a security
threat group, which is actively involved in violent or disruptive
behavior.
6. The inmate escaped, attempted to escape or committed acts to
facilitate an escape from a level three or four (or their equivalent,
close or maximum) security facility or while under supervision
outside of the facility, resulting in physical harm or threatened
serious physical harm to others or caused serious destruction to the
physical plant.
7. The inmate has demonstrated an ability to compromise the integrity
of staff, which resulted in a threat to the security of the institution.
8. The inmate knowingly exposed others to the risk of contracting a
dangerous disease, such as HIV or hepatitis.
9. Tha inmate through repetitive and/or seriously disruptive behavior,
has demonstrated a«chronic inability to adjust to level 4B as
evidenced by repeated class II rule violations.
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The classification committee shall review the completed Supervision Review Form
and any other relevant information. The inmate is to be served with a Notice of
Hearing (Form ORC2598) 4 8 hours prior to the hearing, and afforded the
opportunity to appear before the entire committee, unless waived in writing, to offer
any pertinent information, explanation and/or objections to Level 5 placement. The
inmate will also be afforded the opportunity to submit a written statement to the
committee. The classification committee shall document information presented by
staff and the inmate (Forms DRC2627 and ORC2628). The classification committee
shall determine whether the inmate has met one of the criteria above and whether
the inmate should be placed in level 5. The classification committee shall make a
recommendation accordingly, which shall be documented on the Classification
Committee Report (Forms DRC2637. DRC2638, DRC2639).
The classification committee shall forward Its recommendation to the
Warden/Designee. The Warden/Designee shall.review the Supervision Review
Form and all other information presented, and approve or disapprove the
recommendation. If the Warden approves a recommendation for an increase in
security level, he or she shall submit the recommendation and the approval to the
Bureau of Classification for final disposition. The inmate shall be notified of the
warden's approval of the recommendation and may file a formal objection to the
recommendations of the classification committee and warden with the Bureau of
Classification within fifteen days of The date he is served with the committee's
recommendation and warden's action. The Bureau of Classification will review the
recommendation and any objections filed by the inmate, and make a final decision.
The Bureau shall send a written copy of the decision to the institution, to be given to
the inmate.
No level 5 inmate will be housed at the Ohio State Penitentiary who is determined
to be seriously mentally ill, pursuant to the procedures of the department's bureau
of mental health; or whose medical needs are inconsistent with that assignment,
pursuant to Policy Directive 320-15, 'Medical Classification."
D.

Placement in Level 5 from Level 4

A classification Committee snail r*view the inmate's behavior and determine if the
inmate meets at least one of the criteria for Level-5.
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If the inmate's repetitive and/or seriously disruptive behavior has demonstrated a
chronic inability to adjust to level 4B. the documentation must dearly reflect this.
The classification committee must ensure that the documentation includes any
repeated class II rule violations, information and/or descriptions of the inmate's
behavior and how the behavior disrupted the operation of the housing unit, facility or
its operation. For example:
* List any rule violations with dispositions and the dates of any violations within
the previous twelve months.
• Detail the number of times it was necessary to us« force to restrain or control
the inmate.
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List the instances of disruptions to meal, recreation, shower or scheduled
activities, etc.
Detail the impact on other inmates, threats, disruptions, etc.

The dasstfication committee shall complete the pracass as described in subsection
C , above.
E.

30 Day Review/Orientatloft Process

Placement into Level 4 or Level 5 varies in length depending on the nature of the
initiating inddenL criteria for plaoement, and/or demonstrated behavior in assigned
level. Ail inmates placed into these levels shall have a review of their dassification
level completed by an assigned Unit staff member within 30 days of placement to r
determine if they have been properly dassified. This review shad indude a review of'
the inmate's file to ensure that proper documentation has been included detailing
now/why the inmate has been classified into Level 4 or Level 5.
If the review finds that the inmate meets the appropriate criteria, Unit and/or
programming staff will meet with the inmate to explain the dasstfication and review
processes and what the expectations are concerning his behavior, and appropriate
program participation. This meeting will also afford the inmate the opportunity to
request any needed assistance while assigned in the classification level. Staff will
advise the inmate whether release to a general population institution in three years
or less appears reasonably possible.
K the review finds that the inmate does not meet the Level 4 or Level 5 criteria, the
reviewing staff member shall forward a written recommendation through the Deputy
Warden of Operations, to the Warden recommending that the inmate be transferred
to an appropriate institution. The Reasons for the recommendation must be listed to
reflect why the inmate is not appropriate for Level 4 or Level 5 and is more
appropriate for another level.
If the Warden concurs with the recommendation, the packet will then be forwarded,
along with a newly completed Supervision Review Form, to the Bureau of
Classification for appropriate action. If the Warden disagrees with the committee's
recommendation, the Inmate remains at his current status and this decision is not
appeallable.
F.

Privilege Level Review Process

Inmates placed into Level 4 or 5 will initially be assigned to privilege level 6 (5B or
4B). They will remain In this level until racommendftd for reduction by the Privilege
Level Review Committee, and approved by the Warden/Designee. Reductions from
Privilege Level B to A do not require the Bureau of Classification's approval.
However, a Privilege / Security Level Review, Level 5B, 5A & 4B Form (Form
DRC2634, DRC2636) must be completed, approved at the institution and entered
into the DOTS system when a privilege level changes.
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The privilege level review process - not to be confused with a Supervision Review weighs both Known behavior and future risk levels. The Information reviewed
during trie assessment will include, but is not limited to:

•

Program Involvement
Current privilege level
Time served in currant privilege level
Total time spent in level 5 and/or level 4
Time left to spend on current sentence
Timti since last incident that resulted in inmate being designated level 5 or 4
Conduct Reports
Reason for placement
Behavior in the last five years - Prior to Level 4 or 5 classification
Security level when placed
Adjustment/behavior after placement
Interaction with others (staff and/or inmates)
The offender recognizes and acknowledges factors contributing to the
commission of the placement offense and nature
Other Factors which indicate a*risk of future violence

The committee will use professional correctional judgment to evaluate the inmate's
likelihood to repeat prohibited actions. The privilege level review will be in a
narrative form to record the factors considered by the evaluating employee. The
inmate will appear before the Privilege Level Review Committee to ensure that he
or she has the opportunity to have input into the process and respond to questions
the committee may have during the review. The Privilege Level Review Committee
will consist of a Unit staff member, a Custody staff member, and a Warden's
designee. They may consult with any other staff person (Mental Health, Medical,
Executive Staff, etc.) during the course of the review process.

G.

Privilege Level Review for Level 4

inmates placed in level 4 shall receive privilege level reviews during the time
between annual supervision reviews and at the time of the annual review. The
annual supervision review procedures are more fully described below. The
provisions of this section pertain only to privilege' levels within the assigned security
level.
*
Privilege level 4B is an entry level privilege status. Placement in 4B is for an
indeterminate period. Inmates classified into Level 4B shall have an assessment
completed every six months. Inmates who are in privilege level 4B and have been
reviewed pursuant to this subsection may be placed in privilege level 4A.

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The inmate will appear before the committee to discuss and review the placement
issues. The inmate shall have the opportunity to present information, express
objections and explain the current classification. The committee will advise the
inmate of their expectations and any steps the inmate can take to improve his or
her eligibility for reduction. The first assessment will take place six months after the
initial placement, and will continue every six months thereafter.
The Privilege Level Review Committee will make a recommendation to the
Warden/Oesignee to either continue the inmate in 4B reduce the inmate to 4A, or
increase the inmate from 4A to 4B\ which must be supported by a written rationale.
The Wfirden/Designee shall then render a decision based on the Committee's
recommendation. This decision is not appeallable. The Privilege Level Review
Committee may also recommend a special supervision level review if that is
warranted, in their judgment Such special reviews must be approved by an
individual who could initiate such a placement and shall follow the procedures
described for an annual supervision review, described below.
H.

Privilege Level Review for Level 5

inmate* placed in level 5 shall receive privilege level reviews during the time
between annual supervision reviews and at the time of the annual review. The
annual supervision procedures are more fully described below. The provisions of
this sciction pertain only to privilege levels within the assigned security level,
inmates classified into Level 5B shall have an assessment completed every three
month:;; inmates classified as Level 5A shall have an assessment completed every
six months.
Placement in Level 5 is for an indeterminate period. Privilege level SB is an entry
level privilege status. Inmates who are in privilege level SB and have been
reviewed pursuant to this subsection may be placed in privilege level 5A.
The Privilege Level Review Committee will consist of three members, designated by
the Warden/Designee. such as the inmate's Unit Manager, Case Manager (to
comment on educational programming, and other programming), Mental Health
staff, and/or a custody staff person.
The inmate will appear before the committee to discuss and review the placement
issues. The inmate shall have the opportunity to present information, express
objections and explain the current classification. The committee will advise the
inmaie of their expectations and any steps the inmate can take to improve his or
her eligibility for reduction. The first review for 5A inmates will take place six
months after the initial placement, and will continue every six months thereafter.
The first review for SB inmates will take place three months after the initial
placement, and will continue every three months thereafter.
At the annual (one-year) review a Privilege / Security Level Review, Level 5B, SA &
48 Porm (Form ORC2634, ORC2636) win be completed - regardless of the
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affording the inmate the normal classification review and

The Review Committee will make a recommendation to the Warden/Designee to
either continue the inmate in SB, reduce him to 5A or increase the inmate from 5A
to SB. which must be supported by a written rationale. The Warden/Designee shall
then render a final decision based on the Committee's recommendation. This
decision is not appeallable. The Privilege Level Review Committee may also
recommend a special supervision level review if that is warranted, in their
judgment. Such special reviews must be approved by an individual who could
initiate such a placement and shall follow the procedures described for an annual
supervision review, described below.
I.

Annual Supervision Level Review

All Level 4 and Level S inmates will have supervision level reviews completed at
least annually. The classification Committee shall consist of three members, which
may include the Deputy Warden of Operations/Designee, the Unit Management
Administrator, a Unit Manager, a Case Manager and/or other Unit Staff member
and may include a Mental Health staff. All annual reviews of Level 5 inmates must
include* a Director's designee to review all pertinent information and make a
recommendation.
*
The Inmate is to be served with a Notice of Hearing 4 8 hours prior to the hearing,
and afforded the opportunity to appear before the entire committee, unless waived
in writing, to offer any pertinent information, explanation and/or objections to Level 4
or 5 placement. The inmate will be afforded the opportunity to submit a written
statement to the committee. The committee shall make a comprehensive review of
the inmate's institutional adjustment and behavior, including his behavior since
placement in level S in order to make an assessment of the risk to safety and
security posed by such an inmate.
This cjommittee shall review the completed Privilege / Security Level Review, Level
5B. 5A & 4B Form (DRC2634, DRC2636). and shall take into consideration at a
minimum the following information:
Reason for placement in Level 4 or 5 and relevant circumstances;
Conduct Reports;

Current privilege level;
Time served in current privilege level;
Total time spent in level 5 and/or level 4:
Time left to spend on current sentence;
Time since last incident mat resulted in inmate being designated level 5 or 4;
Program Involvement;
Behavior in The last five years, including prior to Level 4 or 5 classification:
Security level prior to placement;
Adjustment/behavior after placement;
Factors which indicate a risk of future violence;
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Interaction with others (staff and/or inmates);
Recognition and acknowledgment of the factors contributing to the commission
of the placement offense and nature;
Tne findings and recommendations of the previous assessment committees;
Previous review committees;
The findings and recommendations of all assessment committees
subsequent to the placement in level 4 or level 5;
The findings and recommendations of alt supervision review committees
subsequent to placement in level 4 or level 5;

The committee will use professional correctional judgment to evaluate the inmate's
likelihood to repeat prohibited acti8ns. The classification committee shall review the
completed Privilege / Security Level Review, Level SB. 5A & 4B Form and any other
relevant information. The committee shall review and evaluate the factors listed
above, the circumstances underlying the placement in Level 4 or 5, the reasons for
initial placement, the inmate's subsequent actions and his demonstrated attitude.
The committee shall determine whether there has been a diminishing of the
inmate's risk to the safety of persons or institutional security, within their
professional correctional judgment. The committee shall make a recommendation
to reduce or continue the inmate's security level accordingly. The committee shall
identify the basis for its decision and the factors relied upon, if the committee
believes the inmate presents a threat to security of a general* population institution,
the committee shall document their conclusions as to the inmate's risk, and their
reasons.
The classification committee shall forward its recommendation to the
Wardan/Designee ("Warden"). The Warden shall review the Privilege / Security
Level Review, Level 5B, 5A & 4 8 Form and all other information presented.
Following the review, the Warden may approve or disapprove the recommendation.
The Warden may request a transfer regardless of the committee's
recommendation. If the Warden recommends a transfer, he or she shall submit the
recommendation and the transfer request to the Bureau of Classification for final
disposition. The inmate shall be'notified of the Warden's action. The inmate shall
be told that he may file a formal objection to the recommendations of the
classification committee and warden with the Bureau of Classification within fifteen
days of the date he is served with the committee's recommendation and warden's
action. The Bureau of Classification wilt review the recommendation and any
objections filed by the inmate, and make a decision.
J. Optional Procedure for Placement and Retention in Level 5
The Department, Its employees and its administrators may utilize an optional
procedure when placing an inmate in level 5 or considering whether an inmate
should be retained in level 5. This procedure shall be optional at the discretion of
the ;;taff and officials of the department This procedure may be utilized to replace
any step or alt steps in the processes described above for placement and retention
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The staff and officials may conduct any hearing, consideration or proceeding using
videoconference communications. The inmate; the case manager, unit management
administrator (" U.M.A.") or othe^institution representative: and the chief of the bureau
of classification or designee, at a minimum, shall participate in the videoconference
hearing. T h e case manager. U . M A or other institution representative shall provide
information about the inmate's adjustment, program participation and other information
rel«vani to the decision. The warden or a designee may also participate to present
information or opinions, as may any other person who may offer Information that is
relevant, to the issue being considered.
The institution representatives Shall present information concerning the items for
consideration by a classification committee conducting an annual supervision level
review, as identified in the subsection above. The chief of the bureau of classification
may obtain any additional information as win likely be reasonably relevant to the
decision, and is encouraged to obtain it in advance of the proceeding to assist in the
efficient consideration of the matter. The chief of the bureau may continue the hearing
at any time to allow the collection of additional information or to assist with the
deliberative process.
The inmate shall be permitted a reasonable opportunity to present information and
statements regarding the issue at hand. The department may videotape the proceeding
for its subsequent use. but taping is not mandatory. Confidential information may be
presented to the chief of the bureau without disclosure to the inmate.
The chief of the bureau shall evaluate the inmate for retention at level five or transfer to
a lower security level as described in the subsection of this policy that addresses the
annual supervision level review. The chief shall determine whether there has been a
diminishing of the inmate's risk to the safety of persons or Institutional security, within
his or her professional correctional judgment. If the chief of the bureau relies upon
confidential information, he or she shall indicate this reliance and shall disclose to the
inmate as much of the substance of the information as possible. The chief is not
required to disclose the substance of confidential information relied upon if doing so
would jeopardize security.
The chief shall notify the inmate of the decision. The chief may choose to verbally notify
the inmate of the decision at the conclusion of the videoconference, though it is not
required. In every case, the decision of the chief and supporting reasons shall be
reduced to writing, and a copy shall be given to the inmate. The inmate shall be
permitted to request that the chief of the bureau reconsider the decision. Such request
shall be in writing, directed to the chief of the bureau and must state reasons in support
of th& request.

Forms:
Security Designation Long Form:«Form Nos. DRC256B, DRC2630, DRC2569
Initial Designation Forms, females: Form Nos. DRC2605, DRC2606 & ORC2607
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Supervision Review Forms: DRC2O98. DRC2094, DRC2629, DRC2338
Notice of Hearing Form: DRC2598
information Presented by the Inmate: DRC2627
Information Presented by Staff: DRC2628.
Classification Committee Report Level 6 Placement, DRC2637, DRC2638, DRC2639
Privilege / Security Level Review, Level SB. SA & 4B Form: DRC2634, DRC2636

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SUBJECT:

RECOMMENDED PRIVILEGE LEVELS FOR LEVELS 5 AND 4:
Level SA

Laval 4B

3 state issue
Uniforms

3 State Usue
Uniforms

3 State Issue
Uniforms

3 Months

6 Months

6 Month*

Privilege Level
Review

Annuany

Annually

Annually

Classification
Status Review

Phone cans

One tan minute call
per month.

Level SB
Clothing

Recreation

Two ten minute
calls per month.
All other* only by
AH others only by
Request of Attorney
request of
of Record Of
Attorney of Record
confirmed serious
or confirmed serious
illness or death in the
illness or death in
family. (Warden's
ihe family
^ Warden's Discretion) Discration)

5 one-hour periods
per week, inside,
or outside recreation
areas.

One ten minute call
par week. All others
only by request of
Attorney of Record or
confirmed serious
illness or death In the
family (Warden's
Discretion)

5 one-hour periods
per week; inside or
outside recreation
areas. Congregate
recreation opportunity
with at least one other
inmate.'

5 one-hour periods
perweek; inside or
outside recreation pods.
Congregate recreation
with at least one other
inmate.

3 times per week

3 times per week

5 times per week

Stimesoerweek

5 times per week

5 times per week

State Issued or
purchase from
commissary,
programming only.

State issued or
purchase from
commissary.
Programming and
Network.

Network and
Institutional
programming provided
on range TV. Movie
rentals on weekends
and holidays.

Shaving

Level 4A
3 State Issue
Uniform*
NfA
Annually
2 times per day

Seven 1 %
hour periods
per week

Anytime during
the day.
Twice per day.

Shower
TV

Walkman

Visits

ORC1382

Nona

Non-Contact. 2
visits per month,
per visitor for up
to 2.5 hours:
Attorney of
Record. Clergy of

May have
personal TV

Walkman w/
AM/FMw/cassene
player. No cassettes
permitted. Battery
operated.

Walkman/Cassette
AM/FM w/cassette
player. Battary
operated. Five (5)
cassettes permitted.

Commissary
Purchase or
Approved
Vendor

Non-Contact, 2
visits per month,
per visitor for UP
to 3.S hours;
Attorney of
Record, Clergy of

Non-Contact. 2
visits per month,
par visitor for up
to 4 hours:
Attorney of Record.
Cleruv of Record.

Contact 2

visits per month
for up to T
hours.

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Ritcord.

Record.

Ubrary/Leget
Service

Library. 3
paperback books
Legal: Per kite to
Paralegal.

Library. 4
paperback books
Ugal: Par kite to
Paralegal.

Library: S paperback
books Legal: Per kite to
paraiagat.

Minimum 414
hours par week.

Programming

Broadcast over TVs
piovkJed in «ach cell
SmaH group
programming in
program booths

Broadcast o w TVs
provided in each ceH
Sm«fl group
programming in
program booths

Broadcast over "TVs
provided on range.
Small group
counseling, no more than
four Inmates.

Broadcast over
TVs; Small
group counsslIng.

Commissary

S 30.00

$50.00

$70.00

5100.00

Spending Limit
Twice Par Month

 

 

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