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Inmate Handbook For Canyon County Sheriff's Office - 2007

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CANYON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE DALE G. HAILE DETENTION CENTER INMATE HANDBOOK 219 N 12th Caldwell, Idaho 83605

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Changes to this publication may be affected at any time, via addendum issued by the Detention Center Commander.

1.01 It is the goal of this facility to maintain a high standard of safety and security. This will ensure the best possible environment for staff and inmates. Officers are required to act in a professional manner at all times. Inmates are expected follow the rules, respect other peoples, property, and to be honest. This is an adult facility and everyone is expected to act accordingly. 1.02 No inmate shall discuss or attempt to discuss any information of a personal nature about any county employee. : 

1.01 It is the goal of this facility to maintain a high standard of safety and security. This will ensure the best possible environment for staff and inmates. Officers are required to act in a professional manner at all times. Inmates are expected follow the rules, respect other peoples, property, and to be honest. This is an adult facility and everyone is expected to act accordingly. 1.02 No inmate shall discuss or attempt to discuss any information of a personal nature about any county employee.

2.01 The inmate is responsible for notifying the housing deputy of any hazardous condition or disruptions in the living unit. In any type of emergency, IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE HOUSING DEPUTY.2.02 All inmates shall comply with all directives given by any staff member. These directions may include evacuation routes or general compliance in keeping with an emergency. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action. : 

2.01 The inmate is responsible for notifying the housing deputy of any hazardous condition or disruptions in the living unit. In any type of emergency, IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE HOUSING DEPUTY.2.02 All inmates shall comply with all directives given by any staff member. These directions may include evacuation routes or general compliance in keeping with an emergency. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action.

3.01 All inmates shall address staff members by rank or title, using only last names. The following titles are appropriate: SHERIFFCHIEF DEPUTYCAPTAINLIEUTENANTSERGEANT CORPORALDEPUTY SIR or MAAM : 

3.01 All inmates shall address staff members by rank or title, using only last names. The following titles are appropriate: SHERIFFCHIEF DEPUTYCAPTAINLIEUTENANTSERGEANT CORPORALDEPUTY SIR or MAAM

4.01 All inmates of this facility are treated the same and are subject to the same policies and rules, no matter the holding agency or charges. All inmates are of equal status. : 

4.01 All inmates of this facility are treated the same and are subject to the same policies and rules, no matter the holding agency or charges. All inmates are of equal status.

5.01 Medical and dental care is provided to maintain your health. Each inmate request for medical or dental attention shall be reviewed and considered by the medical staff.5.02 To request medical or dental attention, you must complete a medical request form. The housing deputy will forward the request form to the medical staff. The request should state your medical or dental need. Each request should be on a separate form. Do not put two different ailments, i.e., a tooth ache and stomach ache, on the same request form. : 

5.01 Medical and dental care is provided to maintain your health. Each inmate request for medical or dental attention shall be reviewed and considered by the medical staff.5.02 To request medical or dental attention, you must complete a medical request form. The housing deputy will forward the request form to the medical staff. The request should state your medical or dental need. Each request should be on a separate form. Do not put two different ailments, i.e., a tooth ache and stomach ache, on the same request form.

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5.03 Medical request forms may be obtained from the housing deputy during medical kite pass. All medical requests must be filled out completely, i.e., name, date, housing unit and inmates signature. 5.04 Inmates can expect that anytime a medication is given a mouth check shall be done. 5.05 Any injury of an inmate, no matter the severity, shall be reported to the housing deputy immediately. The situation will be evaluated by the medical staff if available, or by the shift supervisor. Appropriate action will be taken.

5.06 A visit to the nurse or doctor will cost you $10.00 per visit. The cost will be deducted from your commissary account. You will also pay, out of your account, any medications prescribed. No inmate shall be refused treatment because of an inability to pay. Medical expenses will be covered by the State of Idaho or the Federal Agency for any inmate that is being held only on a state or federal commitment. 5.07 Housing and bunk assignments are not made by medical staff unless deemed medically necessary.5.08 Inmates are required to display their wrist bands prior to dispensing medications. (For identification purposes). 5.09 Inmates are required to be at designated area to receive their prescribed medications. : 

5.06 A visit to the nurse or doctor will cost you $10.00 per visit. The cost will be deducted from your commissary account. You will also pay, out of your account, any medications prescribed. No inmate shall be refused treatment because of an inability to pay. Medical expenses will be covered by the State of Idaho or the Federal Agency for any inmate that is being held only on a state or federal commitment. 5.07 Housing and bunk assignments are not made by medical staff unless deemed medically necessary.5.08 Inmates are required to display their wrist bands prior to dispensing medications. (For identification purposes). 5.09 Inmates are required to be at designated area to receive their prescribed medications.

6.01 Per Idaho Code 20-607, the Sheriff shall seek reimbursement for any expenses incurred by the county in relation to the charge for which a person was sentenced to the county jail. A charge of not more than $25.00 per day for the expenses of maintaining that prisoner, up to a maximum of $500.00, shall be charged for the entire time the person was confined in the county jail, including any period of pretrial detention. 6.02 In pursuing reimbursement under this section, the Sheriff or his designee may investigate the financial status of a person. A prisoner shall provide accurate information under penalties of perjury. A prisoner who willfully refuses to cooperate with this investigation, under this provision, shall not receive a reduction in his/her sentence under section 20-621 of Idaho Code. 6.03 No prisoner will be held after their release date because of non payment. If payment or arrangements are not made within 30 days from release, the bill may be sent to collections and the cost of collections will be added to the bill. : 

6.01 Per Idaho Code 20-607, the Sheriff shall seek reimbursement for any expenses incurred by the county in relation to the charge for which a person was sentenced to the county jail. A charge of not more than $25.00 per day for the expenses of maintaining that prisoner, up to a maximum of $500.00, shall be charged for the entire time the person was confined in the county jail, including any period of pretrial detention. 6.02 In pursuing reimbursement under this section, the Sheriff or his designee may investigate the financial status of a person. A prisoner shall provide accurate information under penalties of perjury. A prisoner who willfully refuses to cooperate with this investigation, under this provision, shall not receive a reduction in his/her sentence under section 20-621 of Idaho Code. 6.03 No prisoner will be held after their release date because of non payment. If payment or arrangements are not made within 30 days from release, the bill may be sent to collections and the cost of collections will be added to the bill.

6.04 EXEMPT PRISONERS:Federal Inmates.Prisoners booked only on a fugitive warrant, awaiting extradition to another state.Prisoners booked only on a warrant from another county who are awaiting pickup by the other county.Prisoners sentenced to the Idaho Board of Corrections who are remanded to the custody of the Sheriff until transferred.Prisoners, who after financial investigation is completed, are determined to be indigent using criteria established by the Chapter 34, Title 31, Idaho Code (non medical indigent assistance). : 

6.04 EXEMPT PRISONERS:Federal Inmates.Prisoners booked only on a fugitive warrant, awaiting extradition to another state.Prisoners booked only on a warrant from another county who are awaiting pickup by the other county.Prisoners sentenced to the Idaho Board of Corrections who are remanded to the custody of the Sheriff until transferred.Prisoners, who after financial investigation is completed, are determined to be indigent using criteria established by the Chapter 34, Title 31, Idaho Code (non medical indigent assistance).

7.01 To promote cleanliness, a regular laundry schedule is established as listed below.1. Coveralls, towels, underwear, and socks shall be changed twice a week.2. T-shirts, underwear, and socks for females twice a week. 3. Mattress covers and sheets shall be changed weekly.4. One (1) blanket shall be changed every two weeks.  7.02 Clothing and linen exchange will be done on an exchange basis, i.e., one (1) towel for one (1) towel. 7.03 If exchange is missed, the inmate will request a kite for clothing exchange & submit it to the housing deputy or shift supervisor or wait until the next scheduled exchange time.  7.04 New razors shall be offered to inmates seven days a week. Razors will be offered and picked up daily. Used razors will be disposed of daily. : 

7.01 To promote cleanliness, a regular laundry schedule is established as listed below.1. Coveralls, towels, underwear, and socks shall be changed twice a week.2. T-shirts, underwear, and socks for females twice a week. 3. Mattress covers and sheets shall be changed weekly.4. One (1) blanket shall be changed every two weeks.  7.02 Clothing and linen exchange will be done on an exchange basis, i.e., one (1) towel for one (1) towel. 7.03 If exchange is missed, the inmate will request a kite for clothing exchange & submit it to the housing deputy or shift supervisor or wait until the next scheduled exchange time.  7.04 New razors shall be offered to inmates seven days a week. Razors will be offered and picked up daily. Used razors will be disposed of daily.

7.05 Each inmate shall be responsible for the razor issued. That inmate will return intact to the housing deputy after use.  7.06 An inmate who has court or a medical appointment may request a razor earlier than the designated hours. 7.07 An inmate may not possess more items than those issued to him/her, or what cannot be contained in his/her assigned drawer or container. 7.08 Inmates will be responsible for all issued items at time of release. 7.09 Inmates are provided with soap and time out of their cells or off of their bunks to shower. All inmates are encouraged to shower daily : 

7.05 Each inmate shall be responsible for the razor issued. That inmate will return intact to the housing deputy after use.  7.06 An inmate who has court or a medical appointment may request a razor earlier than the designated hours. 7.07 An inmate may not possess more items than those issued to him/her, or what cannot be contained in his/her assigned drawer or container. 7.08 Inmates will be responsible for all issued items at time of release. 7.09 Inmates are provided with soap and time out of their cells or off of their bunks to shower. All inmates are encouraged to shower daily

8.01 Meals will be provided three (3) times daily, totaling at least 2,500 calories. 8.02 Special diets may be provided to an inmate at the request of the medical staff.  8.03 The religious diet will be subject to verification and will be limited to those food items that can be delivered to the detention center kitchen in a normal course of business. All inmate requests for religious diets must be submitted in writing to the Classification Supervisor for review. 8.04 Special management & disciplinary units will receive their meals on soft trays & soft cups. This will not affect the portions of the meal. 8.05 The meals served at Dale G. Haile Detention Center meet the Idaho Jail Standards, Minimum Standard for Detention Facilities. : 

8.01 Meals will be provided three (3) times daily, totaling at least 2,500 calories. 8.02 Special diets may be provided to an inmate at the request of the medical staff.  8.03 The religious diet will be subject to verification and will be limited to those food items that can be delivered to the detention center kitchen in a normal course of business. All inmate requests for religious diets must be submitted in writing to the Classification Supervisor for review. 8.04 Special management & disciplinary units will receive their meals on soft trays & soft cups. This will not affect the portions of the meal. 8.05 The meals served at Dale G. Haile Detention Center meet the Idaho Jail Standards, Minimum Standard for Detention Facilities.

9.01 Inmate request slips are called kites. They consist of three (3) parts, white, yellow and pink. All requests for law library, supplies, special visitation, etc. will be submitted to the housing deputy with the nature of the request.  9.02 The inmate is allowed one (1) request per kite. Kites must be filled out completely, i.e., name, date, housing, and inmate number. The housing deputy will legibly sign the kite with his/her name and badge number, and date/time received. The housing deputy will then return the pink copy to the inmate for his/her record.  9.03 Excessive kites, more than one (1) is strictly prohibited. Excess kites shall be returned to the housing deputy. Kites are restricted to one (1) per day.  9.04 Every attempt will be made to answer a kite at the lowest possible level.  9.05 Kites will be issued by the housing deputy between the hours of 09:00 and 11:00, and will be required to be picked up by lights out. : 

9.01 Inmate request slips are called kites. They consist of three (3) parts, white, yellow and pink. All requests for law library, supplies, special visitation, etc. will be submitted to the housing deputy with the nature of the request.  9.02 The inmate is allowed one (1) request per kite. Kites must be filled out completely, i.e., name, date, housing, and inmate number. The housing deputy will legibly sign the kite with his/her name and badge number, and date/time received. The housing deputy will then return the pink copy to the inmate for his/her record.  9.03 Excessive kites, more than one (1) is strictly prohibited. Excess kites shall be returned to the housing deputy. Kites are restricted to one (1) per day.  9.04 Every attempt will be made to answer a kite at the lowest possible level.  9.05 Kites will be issued by the housing deputy between the hours of 09:00 and 11:00, and will be required to be picked up by lights out.

10.01 The telephones in the housing units require that inmates place collect calls.  10.02 The public defenders office and bondsmen may, at their discretion, accept collect calls from inmates.10.03 Inmates are required to use their inmate number that is on the inmate wrist band to place telephone calls. Inmates will be held accountable for any damages to the telephones. Inmates are not allowed to use their inmate number to place calls for other inmates.  10.04 The pod phone is not for inmate use. Exceptions may be made, with approval from the administrative staff or shift supervisor. Emergency use only. 10.05 Calls are subject to monitoring and recording, except legal calls to an attorney. : 

10.01 The telephones in the housing units require that inmates place collect calls.  10.02 The public defenders office and bondsmen may, at their discretion, accept collect calls from inmates.10.03 Inmates are required to use their inmate number that is on the inmate wrist band to place telephone calls. Inmates will be held accountable for any damages to the telephones. Inmates are not allowed to use their inmate number to place calls for other inmates.  10.04 The pod phone is not for inmate use. Exceptions may be made, with approval from the administrative staff or shift supervisor. Emergency use only. 10.05 Calls are subject to monitoring and recording, except legal calls to an attorney.

11.01 Messages, either by phone or in person, are not transferred to inmates. Inmates are provided with a collect call phone system and routine visitation that allows them adequate contact with people on the outside.  11.02 In the case of an emergency (a family death or medical emergency) all efforts will be made to get the phone message to the inmate. The emergency will be verified by the shift supervisor. If the request is found to be fictitious, no additional messages from the outside will be taken for that inmate. : 

11.01 Messages, either by phone or in person, are not transferred to inmates. Inmates are provided with a collect call phone system and routine visitation that allows them adequate contact with people on the outside.  11.02 In the case of an emergency (a family death or medical emergency) all efforts will be made to get the phone message to the inmate. The emergency will be verified by the shift supervisor. If the request is found to be fictitious, no additional messages from the outside will be taken for that inmate.

12.01 Any inmate who requires release for an outside interest or incident must gain approval via written court order. The Canyon County Sheriffs’ Office cannot permit inmates to be released without a written court order from a judge.  12.02 Inmates returning from special releases are subject to a thorough check, including but not limited to a physical search, Intoxilyzer test, or UA test. This will be done prior to returning to general population. : 

12.01 Any inmate who requires release for an outside interest or incident must gain approval via written court order. The Canyon County Sheriffs’ Office cannot permit inmates to be released without a written court order from a judge.  12.02 Inmates returning from special releases are subject to a thorough check, including but not limited to a physical search, Intoxilyzer test, or UA test. This will be done prior to returning to general population.

13.01 Submit request for conduct assessments at least one (1) week in advance before your court date. Request must be submitted to the Classification Supervisor. If submitted less than one week prior to a court date, your request may not be considered. 13.02 Conduct assessments will only be done prior to sentencing or for a review hearing. They will be handled by the Classifications Supervisor. : 

13.01 Submit request for conduct assessments at least one (1) week in advance before your court date. Request must be submitted to the Classification Supervisor. If submitted less than one week prior to a court date, your request may not be considered. 13.02 Conduct assessments will only be done prior to sentencing or for a review hearing. They will be handled by the Classifications Supervisor.

14.01 Commissary is a privilege and not a right. 14.02 Commissary privileges are available to inmates unless revoked for disciplinary reasons. Purchase of commissary items may be regulated for medical or security reasons. 14.03 Monies that are in the inmates property at time of intake are automatically transferred after arraignment, if the inmate remains in custody. Unless money is placed on your account prior to 0600 on Wednesday, you will not be eligible for commissary that week. 14.04 Order forms are provided Wednesday morning and picked up by the deputy on that same day. No late request will be accepted. Orders must be legible and signed by the inmate. Once an order is placed, it is final and cannot be changed. The entire order form must be returned with no notes attached.  14.05 Commissary is normally delivered on Fridays. Inmates will be notified of any changes in the schedule. : 

14.01 Commissary is a privilege and not a right. 14.02 Commissary privileges are available to inmates unless revoked for disciplinary reasons. Purchase of commissary items may be regulated for medical or security reasons. 14.03 Monies that are in the inmates property at time of intake are automatically transferred after arraignment, if the inmate remains in custody. Unless money is placed on your account prior to 0600 on Wednesday, you will not be eligible for commissary that week. 14.04 Order forms are provided Wednesday morning and picked up by the deputy on that same day. No late request will be accepted. Orders must be legible and signed by the inmate. Once an order is placed, it is final and cannot be changed. The entire order form must be returned with no notes attached.  14.05 Commissary is normally delivered on Fridays. Inmates will be notified of any changes in the schedule.

14.06 Indigent inmates, those having $1.00 or less on their commissary account, will be provided an indigent package upon written request. An indigent package consists of two stamped envelopes, four sheets of paper and one pen. Indigent package requests are picked up and delivered at the same time as commissary. Work release inmates are not entitled to indigent packages. If money is voluntarily released to an outside source the inmate is not considered indigent.  14.07 Tax is not included in the listed price of the commissary item. Tax is .06 cents on the dollar.  14.08 The maximum weekly purchase of commissary allowed is $25.00 for regular inmates and $30.00 for janitors, kitchen, and laundry workers. Prices and items change. This is due to the distributors and markups to the commissary.  14.09 If an item is not listed on the commissary order form, it is not available. : 

14.06 Indigent inmates, those having $1.00 or less on their commissary account, will be provided an indigent package upon written request. An indigent package consists of two stamped envelopes, four sheets of paper and one pen. Indigent package requests are picked up and delivered at the same time as commissary. Work release inmates are not entitled to indigent packages. If money is voluntarily released to an outside source the inmate is not considered indigent.  14.07 Tax is not included in the listed price of the commissary item. Tax is .06 cents on the dollar.  14.08 The maximum weekly purchase of commissary allowed is $25.00 for regular inmates and $30.00 for janitors, kitchen, and laundry workers. Prices and items change. This is due to the distributors and markups to the commissary.  14.09 If an item is not listed on the commissary order form, it is not available.

14.10 Inmates transferred from other institutions and in possession of commissary obtained from that institution, shall not be permitted to keep it in their immediate possession. It will be placed in their property bag. No other commissary type items shall be allowed in your possession. 14.11 When your order is delivered, it shall be inventoried and signed for in the presence of the commissary deputy before you return to your living unit. If there is a problem with an order it must be taken care of before you return to your living unit. 14.12 Tampering with another inmates commissary order or theft of commissary may be cause for disciplinary action or criminal charges.14.13 No refunds will be given on commissary. If you are released prior to delivery, you have (5) days to pick up your commissary order from visitation, during normal business hours. 14.14 Daily inspections of units are done by the housing deputy. Prior to delivery of commissary, if a unit does not pass inspection, your commissary will be delayed until your unit passes inspection. : 

14.10 Inmates transferred from other institutions and in possession of commissary obtained from that institution, shall not be permitted to keep it in their immediate possession. It will be placed in their property bag. No other commissary type items shall be allowed in your possession. 14.11 When your order is delivered, it shall be inventoried and signed for in the presence of the commissary deputy before you return to your living unit. If there is a problem with an order it must be taken care of before you return to your living unit. 14.12 Tampering with another inmates commissary order or theft of commissary may be cause for disciplinary action or criminal charges.14.13 No refunds will be given on commissary. If you are released prior to delivery, you have (5) days to pick up your commissary order from visitation, during normal business hours. 14.14 Daily inspections of units are done by the housing deputy. Prior to delivery of commissary, if a unit does not pass inspection, your commissary will be delayed until your unit passes inspection.

15.01 To insure a healthy and safe living environment, cell, living units and bunks shall be kept clean at all times. Mops and cleaning equipment are provided for each housing unit. Cleaning shall be completed by 0900 daily. Inmates in Annex 2 will be offered cleaning supplies once a day to clean their cells. This will be done after their daily rotation. Pod 1 cells will be cleaned prior to 0900. The first cell rotation is responsible for that units cleaning unless a unit janitor is appointed. 15.02 In an effort to minimize vermin, food items cannot be stored in your property, if the food item is opened and/or perishable. All meals are to be eaten within a reasonable time, when served. There will be no saving of food for a later time!  15.03 Each inmate is responsible for maintaining his/her immediate sleeping area. If you are not asleep in your bed, your bed must be made. : 

15.01 To insure a healthy and safe living environment, cell, living units and bunks shall be kept clean at all times. Mops and cleaning equipment are provided for each housing unit. Cleaning shall be completed by 0900 daily. Inmates in Annex 2 will be offered cleaning supplies once a day to clean their cells. This will be done after their daily rotation. Pod 1 cells will be cleaned prior to 0900. The first cell rotation is responsible for that units cleaning unless a unit janitor is appointed. 15.02 In an effort to minimize vermin, food items cannot be stored in your property, if the food item is opened and/or perishable. All meals are to be eaten within a reasonable time, when served. There will be no saving of food for a later time!  15.03 Each inmate is responsible for maintaining his/her immediate sleeping area. If you are not asleep in your bed, your bed must be made.

15.04 Personal property is to be kept in your assigned drawer or container. If it doesn't fit in the assigned drawer or container it will be placed in your blue property bag. Inmates in Annex 2 will have all personal property stored in a plastic container and kept in the deputy station. Aisles and empty bunks shall remain clear at all times. 15.05 Sheets, blankets or other like materials shall not be hung on the cell doors, placed on the floor or used to cover tables. Temporary hanging of a blanket is acceptable, only while using the toilet, but shall be removed as soon as you are done. This is not to be abused. 15.06 County property is not to be altered for recreation activities. 15.07 All inmates shall comply with directives, both written and verbal, when given to them by detention staff. 15.08 Bunk assignments shall be made by staff. Inmates shall not change their bunk assignment without deputy authorization. All bunk placements are final. : 

15.04 Personal property is to be kept in your assigned drawer or container. If it doesn't fit in the assigned drawer or container it will be placed in your blue property bag. Inmates in Annex 2 will have all personal property stored in a plastic container and kept in the deputy station. Aisles and empty bunks shall remain clear at all times. 15.05 Sheets, blankets or other like materials shall not be hung on the cell doors, placed on the floor or used to cover tables. Temporary hanging of a blanket is acceptable, only while using the toilet, but shall be removed as soon as you are done. This is not to be abused. 15.06 County property is not to be altered for recreation activities. 15.07 All inmates shall comply with directives, both written and verbal, when given to them by detention staff. 15.08 Bunk assignments shall be made by staff. Inmates shall not change their bunk assignment without deputy authorization. All bunk placements are final.

15.09 Mandatory bunk placement or a request to cell up will be adhered to immediately.  15.10 Inmates shall not glue, paste or affix any object (s) to any wall, surface door or light fixtures, in the Detention Center. 15.11 Sheets, mattress liners or blankets shall not be hung. Towels may be hung at the head of the bunk, close to the wall, to dry. Once dry, they must be placed in your assigned drawer or container. 15.12 Photos and all other personal items shall be stored in the assigned drawer or container. Excess property will be placed in the inmates blue property bag. No Polaroid pictures are allowed. 15.13 No laminated pictures or other paperwork is allowed. : 

15.09 Mandatory bunk placement or a request to cell up will be adhered to immediately.  15.10 Inmates shall not glue, paste or affix any object (s) to any wall, surface door or light fixtures, in the Detention Center. 15.11 Sheets, mattress liners or blankets shall not be hung. Towels may be hung at the head of the bunk, close to the wall, to dry. Once dry, they must be placed in your assigned drawer or container. 15.12 Photos and all other personal items shall be stored in the assigned drawer or container. Excess property will be placed in the inmates blue property bag. No Polaroid pictures are allowed. 15.13 No laminated pictures or other paperwork is allowed.

15.14 Inmates shall not write with any substance on any property of the Detention Center, or any item issued by the Detention Center, such as clothing or bedding. 15.15 Makeup is prohibited. This includes altered items that have been made to simulate makeup or jewelry. 15.16 Jewelry is prohibited. If an inmate has jewelry, it will be removed prior to them being placed into the inmate population. Crafted jewelry will be confiscated and removed from all inmates.  15.17 Inmates shall not stand on the benches or sit or stand on top of the tables.  15.18 Inmates shall not slide down stair railings or steps.  15.19 Inmates will not engage in fighting with each other or detention staff. : 

15.14 Inmates shall not write with any substance on any property of the Detention Center, or any item issued by the Detention Center, such as clothing or bedding. 15.15 Makeup is prohibited. This includes altered items that have been made to simulate makeup or jewelry. 15.16 Jewelry is prohibited. If an inmate has jewelry, it will be removed prior to them being placed into the inmate population. Crafted jewelry will be confiscated and removed from all inmates.  15.17 Inmates shall not stand on the benches or sit or stand on top of the tables.  15.18 Inmates shall not slide down stair railings or steps.  15.19 Inmates will not engage in fighting with each other or detention staff.

15.20 Horseplay, any activity that has potential to cause harm to property or other persons, will not be tolerated.  15.21 Gambling for property, food, money or favors is strictly prohibited. 15.22 Inmates housed in single cell units are not allowed inside cells to which they are not assigned.  15.23 No communication between inmates in other living units is permitted, i.e., note passing, hand signals, etc.  15.24 No activity that is construed as gang activity will not be allowed. This would include but not limited to hand signals, drawings, or tagging of Canyon County property : 

15.20 Horseplay, any activity that has potential to cause harm to property or other persons, will not be tolerated.  15.21 Gambling for property, food, money or favors is strictly prohibited. 15.22 Inmates housed in single cell units are not allowed inside cells to which they are not assigned.  15.23 No communication between inmates in other living units is permitted, i.e., note passing, hand signals, etc.  15.24 No activity that is construed as gang activity will not be allowed. This would include but not limited to hand signals, drawings, or tagging of Canyon County property

15.25 Inmates are not allowed on other inmates bunks or in another inmates cell at anytime.  15.26 Lights shall be turned on at 0600 and turned off at 2300. Lights will be left on in Annex 2 until all inmates have completed their time out rotations.  15.27 Televisions shall not be turned on until the living units have been cleaned and have passed housing deputy inspection. The television may remain on until 2300 hours. If there is a special program the living unit would like to watch, a request in writing on an inmate request form will be given to the housing deputy for consideration. Special television requests will be considered, however, may not be granted. Television privileges may be revoked for the day, if the living unit is not maintained throughout the day. : 

15.25 Inmates are not allowed on other inmates bunks or in another inmates cell at anytime.  15.26 Lights shall be turned on at 0600 and turned off at 2300. Lights will be left on in Annex 2 until all inmates have completed their time out rotations.  15.27 Televisions shall not be turned on until the living units have been cleaned and have passed housing deputy inspection. The television may remain on until 2300 hours. If there is a special program the living unit would like to watch, a request in writing on an inmate request form will be given to the housing deputy for consideration. Special television requests will be considered, however, may not be granted. Television privileges may be revoked for the day, if the living unit is not maintained throughout the day.

15.28 Inmates shall not be allowed off their bunks after TVs are turned off. Inmates shall be on their assigned bunks between 2300 and 0600 and until head count is complete. Between 2300 and 0600 inmates shall only be allowed to go to and from the restroom or contact pod deputy in case of an emergency during mandatory bunk placement. 15.29 Cell searches shall be conducted on a frequent basis. Inmates shall have no expectation of privacy. 15.30 Any item(s) issued to an inmate shall be used only for the purpose for which it is intended. No issued item(s) can be used for the purpose of crafting, i.e., toilet paper rose(s), soap jewelry boxes, etc. Destruction or alteration of any issued item, shall subject the inmate to disciplinary action. If an inmate is in possession of any altered item, he or she shall be required to pay for the item from their commissary account and/or disciplinary action may be taken. : 

15.28 Inmates shall not be allowed off their bunks after TVs are turned off. Inmates shall be on their assigned bunks between 2300 and 0600 and until head count is complete. Between 2300 and 0600 inmates shall only be allowed to go to and from the restroom or contact pod deputy in case of an emergency during mandatory bunk placement. 15.29 Cell searches shall be conducted on a frequent basis. Inmates shall have no expectation of privacy. 15.30 Any item(s) issued to an inmate shall be used only for the purpose for which it is intended. No issued item(s) can be used for the purpose of crafting, i.e., toilet paper rose(s), soap jewelry boxes, etc. Destruction or alteration of any issued item, shall subject the inmate to disciplinary action. If an inmate is in possession of any altered item, he or she shall be required to pay for the item from their commissary account and/or disciplinary action may be taken.

15.31 Inmates shall stand in line in an orderly manner when receiving commissary, meals, medications and supplies. No boundary line may be crossed by an inmate without permission by the housing deputy. Inmates not wishing to receive a meal shall not be required to attend meal line up. 15.32 Inmates remaining on their bunk or in their cell at the time of commissary pass, supply pass or when issuing items shall not receive them. The inmate is responsible for getting up and receiving those items at the designated time. 15.33 Entering the control station is strictly prohibited, violations shall be enforced. The control area in the Annex is marked with a red line. 15.34 Inmates shall not exit a housing unit without permission from the housing deputy. : 

15.31 Inmates shall stand in line in an orderly manner when receiving commissary, meals, medications and supplies. No boundary line may be crossed by an inmate without permission by the housing deputy. Inmates not wishing to receive a meal shall not be required to attend meal line up. 15.32 Inmates remaining on their bunk or in their cell at the time of commissary pass, supply pass or when issuing items shall not receive them. The inmate is responsible for getting up and receiving those items at the designated time. 15.33 Entering the control station is strictly prohibited, violations shall be enforced. The control area in the Annex is marked with a red line. 15.34 Inmates shall not exit a housing unit without permission from the housing deputy.

15.36 Canyon County Detention Center accepts no responsibility for missing or stolen items between inmates.  15.37 No contraband, food, or linens are allowed in the outdoor recreation areas. : 

15.36 Canyon County Detention Center accepts no responsibility for missing or stolen items between inmates.  15.37 No contraband, food, or linens are allowed in the outdoor recreation areas.

16.01 Head counts will be conducted as follows:1. Inmates shall sit or lay on their bunk, or stand quietly at the foot of their assigned bunk. Their face must be visible to the housing deputy.2. Inmates shall respond verbally when their bunk number is called, by responding with their name.3. Head count shall be conducted daily between 0630 and 0730, 1830 and 1930, and during feeding times.4. Emergency standing head counts can be done anytime. : 

16.01 Head counts will be conducted as follows:1. Inmates shall sit or lay on their bunk, or stand quietly at the foot of their assigned bunk. Their face must be visible to the housing deputy.2. Inmates shall respond verbally when their bunk number is called, by responding with their name.3. Head count shall be conducted daily between 0630 and 0730, 1830 and 1930, and during feeding times.4. Emergency standing head counts can be done anytime.

17.01 Male inmates: All male inmates shall wear jump suits at all times when they are off of their bunks. Jump suits when worn are to be pulled up and snapped at all times. Issued underwear is to be covered at all times. Inmates attending outside exercise may be allowed to wear jump suits rolled to the waist. Inmates in Annex 2 will be issued a two piece red jumpsuit and shower shoes. : 

17.01 Male inmates: All male inmates shall wear jump suits at all times when they are off of their bunks. Jump suits when worn are to be pulled up and snapped at all times. Issued underwear is to be covered at all times. Inmates attending outside exercise may be allowed to wear jump suits rolled to the waist. Inmates in Annex 2 will be issued a two piece red jumpsuit and shower shoes.

17.02 Female inmates: All female inmates shall wear jump suits at all times when they are off of their bunks. Jump suits are to be pulled up and snapped at all times. Issued T-shirts shall be worn underneath jump suits at all times. Inmates attending outside exercise may be allowed to wear jump suits rolled to the waist while wearing their T-shirt.  Underwear and bras (without under wires) in your possession upon intake into this facility may be retained. At no time shall underwear or bras be revealing, suggestive or sheer. Thong underwear and under wires are not permitted. Underwear or bras, when not being worn must be stored in that inmates drawer, or plastic property container. If underwear is needed, a request must be made to supply. : 

17.02 Female inmates: All female inmates shall wear jump suits at all times when they are off of their bunks. Jump suits are to be pulled up and snapped at all times. Issued T-shirts shall be worn underneath jump suits at all times. Inmates attending outside exercise may be allowed to wear jump suits rolled to the waist while wearing their T-shirt.  Underwear and bras (without under wires) in your possession upon intake into this facility may be retained. At no time shall underwear or bras be revealing, suggestive or sheer. Thong underwear and under wires are not permitted. Underwear or bras, when not being worn must be stored in that inmates drawer, or plastic property container. If underwear is needed, a request must be made to supply.

17.03 All inmates shall be required to wear their jump suits pulled and snapped during medical call/ clinic, feeding, visitation, court, and commissary.  17.04 All inmates may purchase shoes from commissary. Tennis shoes from outside the facility may be worn by inmate workers or upon approval from Medical Staff, or Supply. : 

17.03 All inmates shall be required to wear their jump suits pulled and snapped during medical call/ clinic, feeding, visitation, court, and commissary.  17.04 All inmates may purchase shoes from commissary. Tennis shoes from outside the facility may be worn by inmate workers or upon approval from Medical Staff, or Supply.

17.05 Inmates are required to wear the jail issued identification wristband at all times while incarcerated in the this detention facility. 1. It will be worn on the right wrist.2. It will be worn so the name can be read by an officer when the inmates arm is extended toward said officer.3. If the wristband needs replaced due to the inmates actions, $3.00 will be billed to that inmates account.4. No commissary or visitation will be given to an inmate not wearing their identification wristband. Inmates who are on suicide watch will have their wristband removed and secured to the outside of their cell door until they are removed from said watch. Upon completion of the watch, a new wristband will be made and applied as listed in 17.05 1 and 2.  Inmates who are granted work release will not be issued wristbands. : 

17.05 Inmates are required to wear the jail issued identification wristband at all times while incarcerated in the this detention facility. 1. It will be worn on the right wrist.2. It will be worn so the name can be read by an officer when the inmates arm is extended toward said officer.3. If the wristband needs replaced due to the inmates actions, $3.00 will be billed to that inmates account.4. No commissary or visitation will be given to an inmate not wearing their identification wristband. Inmates who are on suicide watch will have their wristband removed and secured to the outside of their cell door until they are removed from said watch. Upon completion of the watch, a new wristband will be made and applied as listed in 17.05 1 and 2.  Inmates who are granted work release will not be issued wristbands.

18.01 No property shall be transferred, loaned or sold between inmates.  18.02 Yellow bag property, including money may be released to an outside party with written authorization on a property release form. Money transferred to an outside source will be done on a one time only basis. A one time partial money release will be authorized subject to finance officer approval. Yellow bag property can be released at anytime, but on a one time only basis. Any property brought in with you will be kept in a property bag and released to you when you are released from the facility. Blue bag property will not be released, unless you are a state-sentenced inmate.  18.03 All property released to an outside source shall be released in its entirety, no exceptions, except money release as listed above. : 

18.01 No property shall be transferred, loaned or sold between inmates.  18.02 Yellow bag property, including money may be released to an outside party with written authorization on a property release form. Money transferred to an outside source will be done on a one time only basis. A one time partial money release will be authorized subject to finance officer approval. Yellow bag property can be released at anytime, but on a one time only basis. Any property brought in with you will be kept in a property bag and released to you when you are released from the facility. Blue bag property will not be released, unless you are a state-sentenced inmate.  18.03 All property released to an outside source shall be released in its entirety, no exceptions, except money release as listed above.

18.04 Inmates that are sentenced to the Department of Corrections are limited by the State of Idaho on what can be taken with you from a county jail. If it is not on the list, it does not go. The state can change this list without notice. : 

18.04 Inmates that are sentenced to the Department of Corrections are limited by the State of Idaho on what can be taken with you from a county jail. If it is not on the list, it does not go. The state can change this list without notice.

1. A minimal amount of personal mail and stationery, no more than would fit in a standard lunch sack.2. Twenty (20) US Postal Service embossed postage envelopes.3. Three (3) cubic feet of personal material.4. Ten (10) photographs, no larger than 5X7, NO POLAROIDS. : 

1. A minimal amount of personal mail and stationery, no more than would fit in a standard lunch sack.2. Twenty (20) US Postal Service embossed postage envelopes.3. Three (3) cubic feet of personal material.4. Ten (10) photographs, no larger than 5X7, NO POLAROIDS.

5. Prosthesis as prescribed.6. Two (2) prescription eyeglasses, no sunglasses.7. One (1) wedding band, no gems or stones.8. One (1) address book. : 

5. Prosthesis as prescribed.6. Two (2) prescription eyeglasses, no sunglasses.7. One (1) wedding band, no gems or stones.8. One (1) address book.

9. One (1) religious medallion (less than $30.00 value).10. One (1) pair shower thongs.11. One (1) soft cover religious book.12. One (1) denture cup.13. One (1) soap dish.14. One (1) toothbrush holder. : 

9. One (1) religious medallion (less than $30.00 value).10. One (1) pair shower thongs.11. One (1) soft cover religious book.12. One (1) denture cup.13. One (1) soap dish.14. One (1) toothbrush holder.

18.05 State inmates will be issued state clothes upon arrival to state penitentiary. No books, or street shoes will be allowed.  18.06 Any clothing items left by an inmate will be donated to charity after 30 days. Any other property will be sold at a county auction.  18.07 The only property permitted to be taken to court is court paperwork only. No pens. : 

18.05 State inmates will be issued state clothes upon arrival to state penitentiary. No books, or street shoes will be allowed.  18.06 Any clothing items left by an inmate will be donated to charity after 30 days. Any other property will be sold at a county auction.  18.07 The only property permitted to be taken to court is court paperwork only. No pens.

INMATES FULL NAMEC/O Dale G. Haile Detention Center219 N. 12th StreetCaldwell, Idaho 83605 : 

19.01 All mail both incoming and outgoing, must have the full name and address of both the sender and the intended receiver on the envelope.   19.02 The correct address of the Detention Center is: INMATES FULL NAMEC/O Dale G. Haile Detention Center219 N. 12th StreetCaldwell, Idaho 83605

19.03 Incoming or outgoing mail is subject to inspection and/or scanning by detention center staff, to verify that the mail contains no contraband, escape plans or monies.  19.04 The only writing that shall appear on any outgoing mail is the following: returning address, sender address, jail stamp and postage. 19.06 Outgoing Mail will be stamped with the words : 

19.03 Incoming or outgoing mail is subject to inspection and/or scanning by detention center staff, to verify that the mail contains no contraband, escape plans or monies.  19.04 The only writing that shall appear on any outgoing mail is the following: returning address, sender address, jail stamp and postage. 19.06 Outgoing Mail will be stamped with the words

ORIGINATED FROM CANYON COUNTY JAIL 19.07 Written correspondence between inmates housed within the same county jail or other jails or correctional facilities is generally prohibited. Prior to approval of inmate to inmate correspondence proof with birth certificates or marriage licenses must be provided to Detention Center Administration for consideration. 19.08 Inmates shall not be allowed to correspond with other inmates through third person correspondence, via Post Office. : 

ORIGINATED FROM CANYON COUNTY JAIL 19.07 Written correspondence between inmates housed within the same county jail or other jails or correctional facilities is generally prohibited. Prior to approval of inmate to inmate correspondence proof with birth certificates or marriage licenses must be provided to Detention Center Administration for consideration. 19.08 Inmates shall not be allowed to correspond with other inmates through third person correspondence, via Post Office.

19.09 Legal Mail is defined as written correspondence between the inmate and: 1. Judge or Courts.2. Any member of the State Bar Association.3. Elected Officials.4. Canyon County Sheriff, Chief Deputy or Detention Center Commander. 19.10 Photographs sent in via the mail service will be screened, and if approved, given to the inmate. No nude photographs are allowed. Photographs being sent to inmates in Annex 2 will be placed in that inmates property tub. That inmate will be able to view those photographs on their time out of the cell in the day room. : 

19.09 Legal Mail is defined as written correspondence between the inmate and: 1. Judge or Courts.2. Any member of the State Bar Association.3. Elected Officials.4. Canyon County Sheriff, Chief Deputy or Detention Center Commander. 19.10 Photographs sent in via the mail service will be screened, and if approved, given to the inmate. No nude photographs are allowed. Photographs being sent to inmates in Annex 2 will be placed in that inmates property tub. That inmate will be able to view those photographs on their time out of the cell in the day room.

19.11 Money orders that are sent in via the mail will be placed on that inmates account. Cash is not accepted. No personal checks will be accepted. The only exceptions to this will be checks from people on collections to a collections agency. If the check does not clear for some reason, then the collection agency will be notified there was no payment, and the payment will be voided. No payroll checks are accepted. Payroll checks that are mailed in will be returned to the sender with a letter advising that we only accept money orders. Money orders must be made payable to:Canyon County Sheriffs Office C/O Inmates Name : 

19.11 Money orders that are sent in via the mail will be placed on that inmates account. Cash is not accepted. No personal checks will be accepted. The only exceptions to this will be checks from people on collections to a collections agency. If the check does not clear for some reason, then the collection agency will be notified there was no payment, and the payment will be voided. No payroll checks are accepted. Payroll checks that are mailed in will be returned to the sender with a letter advising that we only accept money orders. Money orders must be made payable to:Canyon County Sheriffs Office C/O Inmates Name

19.12 Power of Attorneys must be sent in via the mail service. 19.13 Indigent inmates may be provided with writing materials and two one ounce letters per week, upon request. 19.14 Incoming and outgoing mail will be delivered within 24 hours of receipt. This excludes weekends and holidays. : 

19.12 Power of Attorneys must be sent in via the mail service. 19.13 Indigent inmates may be provided with writing materials and two one ounce letters per week, upon request. 19.14 Incoming and outgoing mail will be delivered within 24 hours of receipt. This excludes weekends and holidays.

19.15 It shall be the responsibility of the inmate to cancel or submit a change of address on any publications that are sent via mail. Once an inmate has left the facility, incoming mail will not be forwarded. Exception: An inmate can send official US Postal Change of Address Form to the Detention Center. 19.16 Inmates are strictly prohibited from any of the following uses of the mail:May not include any contraband or anything of an illegal or threatening nature.1. Directing or conducting any business operations, except as necessary to protect real property or close out a business.2. Soliciting or accepting anything of value without written approval of the 3. Detention Center Commander or his/her designee.4. Soliciting or accepting any publication, which has not been paid for in advance.5. Soliciting or accepting any advertising for products, contest, or services(Commonly know as junk mail.) : 

19.15 It shall be the responsibility of the inmate to cancel or submit a change of address on any publications that are sent via mail. Once an inmate has left the facility, incoming mail will not be forwarded. Exception: An inmate can send official US Postal Change of Address Form to the Detention Center. 19.16 Inmates are strictly prohibited from any of the following uses of the mail:May not include any contraband or anything of an illegal or threatening nature.1. Directing or conducting any business operations, except as necessary to protect real property or close out a business.2. Soliciting or accepting anything of value without written approval of the 3. Detention Center Commander or his/her designee.4. Soliciting or accepting any publication, which has not been paid for in advance.5. Soliciting or accepting any advertising for products, contest, or services(Commonly know as junk mail.)

19.17 Any mail sent to the Detention Center with lipstick, stickers, unknown stains, or fluids, or musical cards shall not be accepted. The letter will either be returned to sender, or placed in the inmates property. No glued, pasted or affixed items are allowed. Stamps shall be removed prior to delivery to inmates. No Polaroid (s) or pictures(s) larger than 5X7 are allowed. 19.18 Extra paper, stamps and envelopes that are sent in via the mail, are not allowed and will be placed into that inmates blue property bag.  19.19 If any publication, correspondence, or any content of a package or any other form of mail is rejected, the sender and the person to whom it is addressed shall be notified in writing of the item rejected and the reasons for rejection. Any item which is rejected shall be placed in the inmates property, unless it contains illegal matter and/or is kept for evidence. : 

19.17 Any mail sent to the Detention Center with lipstick, stickers, unknown stains, or fluids, or musical cards shall not be accepted. The letter will either be returned to sender, or placed in the inmates property. No glued, pasted or affixed items are allowed. Stamps shall be removed prior to delivery to inmates. No Polaroid (s) or pictures(s) larger than 5X7 are allowed. 19.18 Extra paper, stamps and envelopes that are sent in via the mail, are not allowed and will be placed into that inmates blue property bag.  19.19 If any publication, correspondence, or any content of a package or any other form of mail is rejected, the sender and the person to whom it is addressed shall be notified in writing of the item rejected and the reasons for rejection. Any item which is rejected shall be placed in the inmates property, unless it contains illegal matter and/or is kept for evidence.

19.20 A restricted mailing list shall be levied against any inmate suspected of violating any of the above regulations. A restricted mailing list determines from whom mail may be received and sent to. Lists will be reviewed by the Detention Center Commander or his/her designee every 30 days. : 

19.20 A restricted mailing list shall be levied against any inmate suspected of violating any of the above regulations. A restricted mailing list determines from whom mail may be received and sent to. Lists will be reviewed by the Detention Center Commander or his/her designee every 30 days.

20.01 The Dale G. Haile Detention Center permits an inmate to subscribe/receive publications subject to the rules set forth below. The term publication, as used in these rules means: novel, play, and single issue of a magazine or newspaper. Books must be soft bound. 20.02 Publications can be purchased from any business specializing in the sale of books or publications. 20.03 Items must be delivered by bookstore staff or mailed from the bookstore or publisher to the detention center.  20.04 The Detention Center Commander or his /her designee may reject a publication, if it is determined to be detrimental to the security, good order or discipline of the institution, or if it might facilitate criminal activity. : 

20.01 The Dale G. Haile Detention Center permits an inmate to subscribe/receive publications subject to the rules set forth below. The term publication, as used in these rules means: novel, play, and single issue of a magazine or newspaper. Books must be soft bound. 20.02 Publications can be purchased from any business specializing in the sale of books or publications. 20.03 Items must be delivered by bookstore staff or mailed from the bookstore or publisher to the detention center.  20.04 The Detention Center Commander or his /her designee may reject a publication, if it is determined to be detrimental to the security, good order or discipline of the institution, or if it might facilitate criminal activity.

20.05 Publications that will be rejected include, but are not limited to, the following criteria:1.It depicts or describes procedures for the construction or use of weapons, ammunition, bombs or incendiary devices.2. It depicts, encourages or describes methods of escape from facilities or contains blueprints, drawing or similar descriptions of detention facilities.3. It depicts, encourages or describes procedures for brewing alcoholic beverages or the manufacturing of drugs.4. It is written in code.5. It depicts, describes or promotes activities which may lead to physical violence or group disruption.6. It encourages or instructs in the commission of criminal activities.7. It is sexually explicit material which by its nature or content poses a threat to the security, good order or the discipline of the institution or facilitates criminal activity.8. It is obscene, as said terms have been utilized by the United States Supreme Court. : 

20.05 Publications that will be rejected include, but are not limited to, the following criteria:1.It depicts or describes procedures for the construction or use of weapons, ammunition, bombs or incendiary devices.2. It depicts, encourages or describes methods of escape from facilities or contains blueprints, drawing or similar descriptions of detention facilities.3. It depicts, encourages or describes procedures for brewing alcoholic beverages or the manufacturing of drugs.4. It is written in code.5. It depicts, describes or promotes activities which may lead to physical violence or group disruption.6. It encourages or instructs in the commission of criminal activities.7. It is sexually explicit material which by its nature or content poses a threat to the security, good order or the discipline of the institution or facilitates criminal activity.8. It is obscene, as said terms have been utilized by the United States Supreme Court.

20.06 The Detention Center Commander or his/her designee shall review all publications that have been rejected prior to the inmate being notified. If the publication is found to be unacceptable by policy, the inmate will be notified. 20.07 For the purpose of fire regulations, publications must fit in the inmate's bunk drawer or assigned container, along with the other property. Publications that will not fit in that inmate's drawer or container, will be placed in that inmate's property. 20.08 Abuse of these established policies shall be justification to limit your mail to only that of legal and immediate family contact. : 

20.06 The Detention Center Commander or his/her designee shall review all publications that have been rejected prior to the inmate being notified. If the publication is found to be unacceptable by policy, the inmate will be notified. 20.07 For the purpose of fire regulations, publications must fit in the inmate's bunk drawer or assigned container, along with the other property. Publications that will not fit in that inmate's drawer or container, will be placed in that inmate's property. 20.08 Abuse of these established policies shall be justification to limit your mail to only that of legal and immediate family contact.

21.01 Inmates are encouraged to use their attorney for all legal matters. If an inmate wishes to access the facility's law library, he or she shall submit an inmate request form (kite). The form will be filled out completely. The inmate will then give the form to the housing deputy. The inmate shall, at the earliest available time, be taken to the law library. The shift supervisor shall coordinate these visits. Inmates shall log in and out of the library each time they use it. 21.02 Access to the law library by inmates is a privilege. Abuse of such privilege may result in an inmate being denied access. 21.03 The law library is accessible 24 hours a day. Many law books are available in the law library, however, due to current legal decisions, information contained within the available law books and publications may not be current and/or up to date. Inmates are encouraged to contact their attorneys if questions arise concerning legal information. Pro Se inmates are encouraged to contact the Public Defenders Office. : 

21.01 Inmates are encouraged to use their attorney for all legal matters. If an inmate wishes to access the facility's law library, he or she shall submit an inmate request form (kite). The form will be filled out completely. The inmate will then give the form to the housing deputy. The inmate shall, at the earliest available time, be taken to the law library. The shift supervisor shall coordinate these visits. Inmates shall log in and out of the library each time they use it. 21.02 Access to the law library by inmates is a privilege. Abuse of such privilege may result in an inmate being denied access. 21.03 The law library is accessible 24 hours a day. Many law books are available in the law library, however, due to current legal decisions, information contained within the available law books and publications may not be current and/or up to date. Inmates are encouraged to contact their attorneys if questions arise concerning legal information. Pro Se inmates are encouraged to contact the Public Defenders Office.

21.04 No more than one inmate at a time in the law library is allowed. No books, publications, etc. shall be removed from the law library by any inmate. No food or drink is allowed in the law library. Any theft, mutilation or destruction of any portion of the law library shall be subject to internal discipline and/or criminal charges. All inmates are subject to search on entry and exit of the library. Inmates may only bring paper and pen to the library. : 

21.04 No more than one inmate at a time in the law library is allowed. No books, publications, etc. shall be removed from the law library by any inmate. No food or drink is allowed in the law library. Any theft, mutilation or destruction of any portion of the law library shall be subject to internal discipline and/or criminal charges. All inmates are subject to search on entry and exit of the library. Inmates may only bring paper and pen to the library.

22.01 Copies of legal material can be made for inmates, if it pertains to their case. Cost of copies will be at the rate of .10 per page. Submit a kite along with the items to be copied .  22.02 Notary services are available by submitting a kite to the on duty supervisor, there will be a charge of $2.00 per notarized document. The cost of copies and notary services will be deducted from your commissary account. Indigent inmates will be accommodated after approval from the classification supervisor. : 

22.01 Copies of legal material can be made for inmates, if it pertains to their case. Cost of copies will be at the rate of .10 per page. Submit a kite along with the items to be copied .  22.02 Notary services are available by submitting a kite to the on duty supervisor, there will be a charge of $2.00 per notarized document. The cost of copies and notary services will be deducted from your commissary account. Indigent inmates will be accommodated after approval from the classification supervisor.

23.01 It shall be the policy of this institution to solicit and accept programs for inmates. The programs are, but not limited to: AA, Bible Studies, and GED.  23.02 Programs providers are never allowed in the living units.  23.03 No physical contact between inmate and program providers shall be allowed, unless approved by the Jail Commander or his/her designee.  23.04 No business shall be conducted other than the actual content of the program provided.  23.05 Any inmate who exhibits aggressive or assaultive behavior shall be excluded from any program. 23.06 Programs are a privilege and not a right. : 

23.01 It shall be the policy of this institution to solicit and accept programs for inmates. The programs are, but not limited to: AA, Bible Studies, and GED.  23.02 Programs providers are never allowed in the living units.  23.03 No physical contact between inmate and program providers shall be allowed, unless approved by the Jail Commander or his/her designee.  23.04 No business shall be conducted other than the actual content of the program provided.  23.05 Any inmate who exhibits aggressive or assaultive behavior shall be excluded from any program. 23.06 Programs are a privilege and not a right.

24.01 Each inmate shall receive, two (2), thirty (30) minute visits per week, but only one 30 minute visit per day. Inmates visitation times begin when the visitor leaves the reception area. A partial visit, i.e., your visitor arrives at 0905 and leaves at 0925, is considered a full half hour.  24.02 Visitation is limited to three (3) visitors per inmate. This number includes minor children. 24.03 Visitors must be on that inmates approved list prior to visiting. Inmates are allowed to list three (3) adult visitors on their visitor list. During their incarceration period, inmates are only allowed to make three (3) changes to their visitation list. If an inmates incarceration time extends beyond six months, and the inmate wishes additional changes, a request will need to be made to Jail Administration for consideration. : 

24.01 Each inmate shall receive, two (2), thirty (30) minute visits per week, but only one 30 minute visit per day. Inmates visitation times begin when the visitor leaves the reception area. A partial visit, i.e., your visitor arrives at 0905 and leaves at 0925, is considered a full half hour.  24.02 Visitation is limited to three (3) visitors per inmate. This number includes minor children. 24.03 Visitors must be on that inmates approved list prior to visiting. Inmates are allowed to list three (3) adult visitors on their visitor list. During their incarceration period, inmates are only allowed to make three (3) changes to their visitation list. If an inmates incarceration time extends beyond six months, and the inmate wishes additional changes, a request will need to be made to Jail Administration for consideration.

24.04 Minors may visit only when accompanied by an adult over the age of eighteen (18). Children who are loud, boisterous, or who cannot be controlled, shall be removed from the facility. Children must be under control of an adult at all times. Children will not be left unattended in the lobby area, nor shall they be left in automobiles. 24.05 All visitors shall be dressed appropriately when visiting. Attire which is similar in appearance to inmate attire, or excessively revealing attire, shall not be permitted. If there is a question of the appropriateness of clothing, the final determination shall be made by the administrative staff or shift supervisor. : 

24.04 Minors may visit only when accompanied by an adult over the age of eighteen (18). Children who are loud, boisterous, or who cannot be controlled, shall be removed from the facility. Children must be under control of an adult at all times. Children will not be left unattended in the lobby area, nor shall they be left in automobiles. 24.05 All visitors shall be dressed appropriately when visiting. Attire which is similar in appearance to inmate attire, or excessively revealing attire, shall not be permitted. If there is a question of the appropriateness of clothing, the final determination shall be made by the administrative staff or shift supervisor.

24.06 The following items of attire/behavior shall be considered unacceptable for visitation and may result in the loss of visitation privileges. 1. No see through clothing of any kind.2. No short shorts or low rise pants that expose the belly.3. No dresses or skirts higher than mid-thigh. No dresses with slits higher than mid-thigh.4. No tank tops, halter tops, tube tops, swim suits, or clothing with spaghetti straps.5. No low cut revealing clothing of any kind.6. No clothing that depicts gang affiliation, drug usage, or violence.7. No behavior or suggestive actions of a sexual nature meant to arouse or provoke anyone will be tolerated. : 

24.06 The following items of attire/behavior shall be considered unacceptable for visitation and may result in the loss of visitation privileges. 1. No see through clothing of any kind.2. No short shorts or low rise pants that expose the belly.3. No dresses or skirts higher than mid-thigh. No dresses with slits higher than mid-thigh.4. No tank tops, halter tops, tube tops, swim suits, or clothing with spaghetti straps.5. No low cut revealing clothing of any kind.6. No clothing that depicts gang affiliation, drug usage, or violence.7. No behavior or suggestive actions of a sexual nature meant to arouse or provoke anyone will be tolerated.

24.07 Metal objects, (with exception of car keys), handbooks, backpacks, briefcases, diaper bags, belt packs, or other containers for personal property shall be left in your vehicle.  24.08 Shoes and shirts will be worn at all times. 24.09 Cell phones, radios, and cameras are prohibited in the visitation area. 24.10 Smoking is prohibited in the visitation area. Those caught smoking in the building will be removed from visitation, and further sanctions may be taken. : 

24.07 Metal objects, (with exception of car keys), handbooks, backpacks, briefcases, diaper bags, belt packs, or other containers for personal property shall be left in your vehicle.  24.08 Shoes and shirts will be worn at all times. 24.09 Cell phones, radios, and cameras are prohibited in the visitation area. 24.10 Smoking is prohibited in the visitation area. Those caught smoking in the building will be removed from visitation, and further sanctions may be taken.

24.11 Prior to the visit, all visitors shall register. A photograph identification card shall be presented by the visitor, and such identification shall be left at the visitation desk and will be returned at the conclusion of the visit. Approved identification shall be limited to a current Idaho drivers license or identification card with a photograph. Military I.D. cards, passport, resident alien card or other official photo identification issued by a state or country entity. Any other form of identification will not be accepted.24.12 Any items left or forgotten in the visitation area shall not be the responsibility of this facility. : 

24.11 Prior to the visit, all visitors shall register. A photograph identification card shall be presented by the visitor, and such identification shall be left at the visitation desk and will be returned at the conclusion of the visit. Approved identification shall be limited to a current Idaho drivers license or identification card with a photograph. Military I.D. cards, passport, resident alien card or other official photo identification issued by a state or country entity. Any other form of identification will not be accepted.24.12 Any items left or forgotten in the visitation area shall not be the responsibility of this facility.

25.01 Any member of the clergy or any attorney of record shall be allowed to visit his or her client, at all reasonable times, including daytime, evenings and weekends. These visits will occur in the attorney visitation area.  25.02 Upon request, any clergy or attorney shall provide documentation of their affiliation. 25.03 All items being brought into the facility by clergy or any attorney are subject to search prior to a contact visit with an inmate. : 

25.01 Any member of the clergy or any attorney of record shall be allowed to visit his or her client, at all reasonable times, including daytime, evenings and weekends. These visits will occur in the attorney visitation area.  25.02 Upon request, any clergy or attorney shall provide documentation of their affiliation. 25.03 All items being brought into the facility by clergy or any attorney are subject to search prior to a contact visit with an inmate.

26.01 Special visitation may be granted to those visitors who have traveled more than 150 miles to the facility. Inmates requesting special visitation shall complete a kite with a full explanation for the visit. Special visitation may be approved by shift supervisor or his/her designee.  26.02 Any inmate on disciplinary status must gain the approval for a special visit from the Detention Center Commander or his/her designee.  26.03 False representation of an out of town residence in order to obtain a special visit will result in the loss of visitation privilege (for an inmate) while in custody. : 

26.01 Special visitation may be granted to those visitors who have traveled more than 150 miles to the facility. Inmates requesting special visitation shall complete a kite with a full explanation for the visit. Special visitation may be approved by shift supervisor or his/her designee.  26.02 Any inmate on disciplinary status must gain the approval for a special visit from the Detention Center Commander or his/her designee.  26.03 False representation of an out of town residence in order to obtain a special visit will result in the loss of visitation privilege (for an inmate) while in custody.

27.01 Property that will be accepted through visitation may include the following: 1. Prescription eye glasses or contact lenses and supplies. No sunglasses are allowed unless there is specific written permission from a licensed ophthalmologist as to the reason sunglasses must be worn, sunglasses must receive final approval from the detention center medical staff.2. Legal documents, AA and religious materials with all staples and paper clips removed.3. Commissary money may be brought to visitation during visitation hours or dropped in the money drop box when visitation is closed.4. Money for work release will be accepted during visitation times only. All money being placed on inmate accounts need to be in money orders only, no personal checks. They must be made out to the Canyon County Detention Center.5. Clothing for jury trial shall be accepted only on authority of a court order. Those items are subject to search upon entry. Items will be kept in inmates property until court and will be returned upon completion of jury trial. : 

27.01 Property that will be accepted through visitation may include the following: 1. Prescription eye glasses or contact lenses and supplies. No sunglasses are allowed unless there is specific written permission from a licensed ophthalmologist as to the reason sunglasses must be worn, sunglasses must receive final approval from the detention center medical staff.2. Legal documents, AA and religious materials with all staples and paper clips removed.3. Commissary money may be brought to visitation during visitation hours or dropped in the money drop box when visitation is closed.4. Money for work release will be accepted during visitation times only. All money being placed on inmate accounts need to be in money orders only, no personal checks. They must be made out to the Canyon County Detention Center.5. Clothing for jury trial shall be accepted only on authority of a court order. Those items are subject to search upon entry. Items will be kept in inmates property until court and will be returned upon completion of jury trial.

27.02 Items left for inmates shall only be accepted during the normal inmate visitation times. 27.03 No contact visits are permitted. : 

27.02 Items left for inmates shall only be accepted during the normal inmate visitation times. 27.03 No contact visits are permitted.

28.01 Inmates that have a bond of less than $10,000, and have no warrants or holds, by another agency, are eligible to apply by kite for consideration as an inmate worker.  28.02 Federal inmates are not permitted to be inmate workers.  28.03 The request will be forwarded to the supply corporal. After consideration from the supply corporal, the request will be forwarded to the medical staff and if approved, it will be forwarded to the classification supervisor for consideration. The supply corporal in conjunction with the classification supervisor has the final decision on inmate worker status. 28.04 Inmate worker status is a privilege and not a right.  28.05 Revocation of this status shall be at the sole discretion of the detention center staff and is not grievable. : 

28.01 Inmates that have a bond of less than $10,000, and have no warrants or holds, by another agency, are eligible to apply by kite for consideration as an inmate worker.  28.02 Federal inmates are not permitted to be inmate workers.  28.03 The request will be forwarded to the supply corporal. After consideration from the supply corporal, the request will be forwarded to the medical staff and if approved, it will be forwarded to the classification supervisor for consideration. The supply corporal in conjunction with the classification supervisor has the final decision on inmate worker status. 28.04 Inmate worker status is a privilege and not a right.  28.05 Revocation of this status shall be at the sole discretion of the detention center staff and is not grievable.

29.01 Sexual contact of any kind is strictly prohibited between inmates. At no time will an inmate have contact with another inmate either with or without their consent, for the purpose of sexual arousal or gratification.  29.02 Inmates are prohibited from touching other inmates for reasons of sexual gratification. This would include, but not limited to; touching, kissing, or rubbing of other inmates.  29.03 Inmates are prohibited from having any sexual contact with staff. At no time will an inmate have contact with Canyon County Sheriffs Office staff either with or without their consent, for the purpose of sexual arousal or gratification.  29.04 Inmates are prohibited from touching Canyon County Sheriffs Office staff for reasons of sexual gratification. This would include, but not limited to; touching, kissing, or rubbing against staff members. : 

29.01 Sexual contact of any kind is strictly prohibited between inmates. At no time will an inmate have contact with another inmate either with or without their consent, for the purpose of sexual arousal or gratification.  29.02 Inmates are prohibited from touching other inmates for reasons of sexual gratification. This would include, but not limited to; touching, kissing, or rubbing of other inmates.  29.03 Inmates are prohibited from having any sexual contact with staff. At no time will an inmate have contact with Canyon County Sheriffs Office staff either with or without their consent, for the purpose of sexual arousal or gratification.  29.04 Inmates are prohibited from touching Canyon County Sheriffs Office staff for reasons of sexual gratification. This would include, but not limited to; touching, kissing, or rubbing against staff members.

29.05 If an inmate has had any sexual contact from either staff or other inmates, the sexual act will need to be reported immediately. Inmates are encouraged to report the sexual act to the first available officer. The Canyon County Sheriffs Office has also provided, on the medical kite, a box to check. Return the kite immediately to the housing deputy. Inmates will also be able to call the Classification Office (208)454-6603. The inmate can leave a message with regards to what happened, and who was involved.  29.06 All inmates are free to report these sexual acts. At no time will inmates be persecuted for the reporting of said acts. However false reports of sexual misconduct will be looked at by Canyon County Sheriffs Office staff for possible prosecution. : 

29.05 If an inmate has had any sexual contact from either staff or other inmates, the sexual act will need to be reported immediately. Inmates are encouraged to report the sexual act to the first available officer. The Canyon County Sheriffs Office has also provided, on the medical kite, a box to check. Return the kite immediately to the housing deputy. Inmates will also be able to call the Classification Office (208)454-6603. The inmate can leave a message with regards to what happened, and who was involved.  29.06 All inmates are free to report these sexual acts. At no time will inmates be persecuted for the reporting of said acts. However false reports of sexual misconduct will be looked at by Canyon County Sheriffs Office staff for possible prosecution.

30.01 The Dale G. Haile Detention Center has set forth these rules and regulations regarding your conduct while you are incarcerated. The following is a list of the major and minor violations that you may be charged with if your conduct violates these guidelines : 

30.01 The Dale G. Haile Detention Center has set forth these rules and regulations regarding your conduct while you are incarcerated. The following is a list of the major and minor violations that you may be charged with if your conduct violates these guidelines

31.01 DISRESPECT:Actions or communication of animosity or hostility directed by an inmate toward a staff member or other inmate. 31.02 VIOLATION OF RULES:Rules listed in this manual, each violation constitutes one charge. 31.03 STAFF REQUEST:Failure to comply with any staff request. 31.04 ALTERING OR DEFACING DETENTION CENTER:Writing, drawing, scratching, tearing or gluing on any Detention Center proper : 

31.01 DISRESPECT:Actions or communication of animosity or hostility directed by an inmate toward a staff member or other inmate. 31.02 VIOLATION OF RULES:Rules listed in this manual, each violation constitutes one charge. 31.03 STAFF REQUEST:Failure to comply with any staff request. 31.04 ALTERING OR DEFACING DETENTION CENTER:Writing, drawing, scratching, tearing or gluing on any Detention Center proper

31.05 DISCIPLINE GUIDELINES FOR MINOR VIOLATIONS 1. Loss of visitation privileges, not to exceed seven (7) days per violation. 2. Loss of commissary privileges, not to exceed seven (7) days per violation. 3. Loss of program participation privileges, not to exceed seven (7) days per violation. 4. Three (3) minor violations constitute a major violation. : 

31.05 DISCIPLINE GUIDELINES FOR MINOR VIOLATIONS 1. Loss of visitation privileges, not to exceed seven (7) days per violation. 2. Loss of commissary privileges, not to exceed seven (7) days per violation. 3. Loss of program participation privileges, not to exceed seven (7) days per violation. 4. Three (3) minor violations constitute a major violation.

32.01 VIOLATION OF THE LAW:Violation of any Federal, State or Local Law. 32.02 PASSING OF NOTES/PROPERTY:An item passed between inmates of a different living unit is prohibited.32.03 DESTRUCTION: Destroying, damaging or altering county property. 32.04 ESCAPE: Escape or attempting to escape. 32.05 LOCKS: Tampering with or blocking any locking device or door.  32.06 ACTS OF VIOLENCE: Threats of bodily injury by striking or causing material to strike any person (s). i.e., fighting, challenging to fight, throwing books, food items, bodily fluid or similar items. : 

32.01 VIOLATION OF THE LAW:Violation of any Federal, State or Local Law. 32.02 PASSING OF NOTES/PROPERTY:An item passed between inmates of a different living unit is prohibited.32.03 DESTRUCTION: Destroying, damaging or altering county property. 32.04 ESCAPE: Escape or attempting to escape. 32.05 LOCKS: Tampering with or blocking any locking device or door.  32.06 ACTS OF VIOLENCE: Threats of bodily injury by striking or causing material to strike any person (s). i.e., fighting, challenging to fight, throwing books, food items, bodily fluid or similar items.

32.07 THREATENING/PARTICIPATING IN A DISTURBANCE:Participating as an individual or member of a group in an act of noncompliance, which threaten orderly or safe operation of the Detention Center. Participation shall be defined as physical and/or verbal involvement. 32.08 POSSESSION OF CONTRABAND:Possession of any item that could be used as a weapon or any non-issued item(s) or altered issued items. This includes but is not limited to cups, spoons, tobacco, matches, lighters, razors, and razor blades. 32.09 ENDANGERMENT:Participating in any act that could endanger the staff or other inmates such as starting a fire, arcing, and flooding.  32.10 INTERFERING WITH HEADCOUNT:Failure to identify, noncompliance, walking around, obstruction and/or delaying head count. : 

32.07 THREATENING/PARTICIPATING IN A DISTURBANCE:Participating as an individual or member of a group in an act of noncompliance, which threaten orderly or safe operation of the Detention Center. Participation shall be defined as physical and/or verbal involvement. 32.08 POSSESSION OF CONTRABAND:Possession of any item that could be used as a weapon or any non-issued item(s) or altered issued items. This includes but is not limited to cups, spoons, tobacco, matches, lighters, razors, and razor blades. 32.09 ENDANGERMENT:Participating in any act that could endanger the staff or other inmates such as starting a fire, arcing, and flooding.  32.10 INTERFERING WITH HEADCOUNT:Failure to identify, noncompliance, walking around, obstruction and/or delaying head count.

32.11 SELF MUTILATION:Not allowed along with any type of body piercing, tattooing, etc.... 32.12 VIOLATION OF LAW LIBRARY RULES. 32.13 VIOLATION OF PROGRAM RULES. 32.14 POSSESSION OF FERMENTED FLUIDS.This would include the ingredients to manufacture the fermented fluids.32.15 POSSESSION OR USE NON- AUTHORIZED, NON-PRESCRIPTION OR HOARDED MEDICATIONS : 

32.11 SELF MUTILATION:Not allowed along with any type of body piercing, tattooing, etc.... 32.12 VIOLATION OF LAW LIBRARY RULES. 32.13 VIOLATION OF PROGRAM RULES. 32.14 POSSESSION OF FERMENTED FLUIDS.This would include the ingredients to manufacture the fermented fluids.32.15 POSSESSION OR USE NON- AUTHORIZED, NON-PRESCRIPTION OR HOARDED MEDICATIONS

32.16 ENTICEMENT, SOLICITATION, SUGGESTION, OR ANY PHYSICAL CONTACT WITH EITHER STAFF OR INMATES.  32.17 ALTERING OR DESTRUCTION OF WRISTBAND.  33.00 DISCIPLINE GUIDELINES FOR RULE VIOLATIONS : 

32.16 ENTICEMENT, SOLICITATION, SUGGESTION, OR ANY PHYSICAL CONTACT WITH EITHER STAFF OR INMATES.  32.17 ALTERING OR DESTRUCTION OF WRISTBAND.  33.00 DISCIPLINE GUIDELINES FOR RULE VIOLATIONS

33.01 In the event that a deputy believes a major violation has occurred, the deputy shall: 1. Prepare a written report of the alleged violation and notify the inmate(s), in writing, the exact nature of the violation and intent to discipline within 24 hours of the event. 2. Inmates may be locked down in the disciplinary unit following any major rule violation and prior to the hearing, for the security of the inmate and/or the Detention Center. 3. Hearings shall be conducted with the inmate(s) and witnesses between 24 and 72 hours of when the intent to discipline was served. (Excluding weekends and holidays)  4. If found guilty of a major violation the inmate(s) may receive up to 30 days disciplinary lock down per violation, and may include loss of visitation, commissary and programs per violation. : 

33.01 In the event that a deputy believes a major violation has occurred, the deputy shall: 1. Prepare a written report of the alleged violation and notify the inmate(s), in writing, the exact nature of the violation and intent to discipline within 24 hours of the event. 2. Inmates may be locked down in the disciplinary unit following any major rule violation and prior to the hearing, for the security of the inmate and/or the Detention Center. 3. Hearings shall be conducted with the inmate(s) and witnesses between 24 and 72 hours of when the intent to discipline was served. (Excluding weekends and holidays)  4. If found guilty of a major violation the inmate(s) may receive up to 30 days disciplinary lock down per violation, and may include loss of visitation, commissary and programs per violation.

34.01 Hearings will be held before a panel of 3 staff members, appointed by the Detention Center Security Commander, not directly involved in the alleged incident. The hearing officers duty is to advise the inmate of the violation of rules.  34.02 The inmate shall have the right to call a reasonable number of witnesses in his/her behalf. The number of allowed witnesses shall be determined by the hearing officer. If the inmate does not speak English, an interpreter will be provided. 34.03 Inmate(s) refusing to cooperate with any disciplinary hearing shall be considered failing to comply, at which time disciplinary actions may be taken. : 

34.01 Hearings will be held before a panel of 3 staff members, appointed by the Detention Center Security Commander, not directly involved in the alleged incident. The hearing officers duty is to advise the inmate of the violation of rules.  34.02 The inmate shall have the right to call a reasonable number of witnesses in his/her behalf. The number of allowed witnesses shall be determined by the hearing officer. If the inmate does not speak English, an interpreter will be provided. 34.03 Inmate(s) refusing to cooperate with any disciplinary hearing shall be considered failing to comply, at which time disciplinary actions may be taken.

34.04 The inmate will be given written notification of a hearing within 24 hours of the event. If an inmate feels that the decision is unjust, he or she may appeal the decision by filing a grievance with the Detention Center Administration. The Detention Center Administrator is not obligated to give a second hearing but may modify the decision or allow it to stand. 34.05 Inmate(s) may be placed in disciplinary detention for a major rule violation, not to exceed thirty (30) days per violation. : 

34.04 The inmate will be given written notification of a hearing within 24 hours of the event. If an inmate feels that the decision is unjust, he or she may appeal the decision by filing a grievance with the Detention Center Administration. The Detention Center Administrator is not obligated to give a second hearing but may modify the decision or allow it to stand. 34.05 Inmate(s) may be placed in disciplinary detention for a major rule violation, not to exceed thirty (30) days per violation.

35.01 The Detention Center Commander or his/her designee, may order immediate segregation when necessary to protect the inmate or others. The segregation shall be reviewed within three (3) days, excluding weekends and holidays, by the classification deputy, and every thirty (30) days thereafter. The inmate will not receive a copy of this review. 35.02 The Detention Center Commander or his/her designee, may place an inmate on administrative segregation or protective custody when the inmates presence in the general population poses a serious threat to life, property, self, staff or other inmates. : 

35.01 The Detention Center Commander or his/her designee, may order immediate segregation when necessary to protect the inmate or others. The segregation shall be reviewed within three (3) days, excluding weekends and holidays, by the classification deputy, and every thirty (30) days thereafter. The inmate will not receive a copy of this review. 35.02 The Detention Center Commander or his/her designee, may place an inmate on administrative segregation or protective custody when the inmates presence in the general population poses a serious threat to life, property, self, staff or other inmates.

35.03 Administrative segregation may be warranted when: 1. The inmate is segregated pending investigation or trial for a criminal act allegedly committed while in custody. 2. The inmate is segregated pending transfer. 3. The inmate requests or requires segregation for his/her own protection. 4. The facility physician orders segregation for medical reasons. 5. The inmates behavior while confined in disciplinary detention indicates the need for further segregation from the general population. : 

35.03 Administrative segregation may be warranted when: 1. The inmate is segregated pending investigation or trial for a criminal act allegedly committed while in custody. 2. The inmate is segregated pending transfer. 3. The inmate requests or requires segregation for his/her own protection. 4. The facility physician orders segregation for medical reasons. 5. The inmates behavior while confined in disciplinary detention indicates the need for further segregation from the general population.

36.01 As use in this section, the following definitions shall apply.36.02 INFORMAL RESOLUTION:The resolution of an issue or complaint at the deputy level without the initiation of grievance. Inmates are strongly encouraged to seek an informal resolution prior to filing an official grievance. : 

36.01 As use in this section, the following definitions shall apply.36.02 INFORMAL RESOLUTION:The resolution of an issue or complaint at the deputy level without the initiation of grievance. Inmates are strongly encouraged to seek an informal resolution prior to filing an official grievance.

36.03 GRIEVANCE: A circumstance or action considered to be unjust and grounds for a complaint. 36.04 There are three (3) levels at which an inmate grievance can be resolved. Every attempt will be made to resolve the grievance at the lowest possible level. The three levels are:Level I: Housing DeputyLevel II: Shift SupervisorLevel III Detention Center Level IV Commander/Administration Level : 

36.03 GRIEVANCE: A circumstance or action considered to be unjust and grounds for a complaint. 36.04 There are three (3) levels at which an inmate grievance can be resolved. Every attempt will be made to resolve the grievance at the lowest possible level. The three levels are:Level I: Housing DeputyLevel II: Shift SupervisorLevel III Detention Center Level IV Commander/Administration Level

36.05 USE OF THE INMATE GRIEVANCE FORM 36.06 In the event an inmate cannot resolve his/her complaint through informal means as defined above in section 36.02, an inmate may file a formal complaint. This is accomplished by obtaining a copy of the inmate grievance form from the housing deputy, filling out the information requested in the space provided and returning it to the housing deputy. Inmates must file their own grievances and may file only one grievance for any one situation or circumstance. No group grievances or grievances with obscenities will be accepted. 36.07 Inmate grievances shall be answered at the first level by the deputy assigned to the housing unit. In the event the housing deputy has inadequate knowledge to respond, it will immediately be routed to the appropriate staff. After the first level review, the grievance form will be shown to the inmate at which point he/she may either accept or reject the decision, signified by circling either YES or NO in the first level review section. : 

36.05 USE OF THE INMATE GRIEVANCE FORM 36.06 In the event an inmate cannot resolve his/her complaint through informal means as defined above in section 36.02, an inmate may file a formal complaint. This is accomplished by obtaining a copy of the inmate grievance form from the housing deputy, filling out the information requested in the space provided and returning it to the housing deputy. Inmates must file their own grievances and may file only one grievance for any one situation or circumstance. No group grievances or grievances with obscenities will be accepted. 36.07 Inmate grievances shall be answered at the first level by the deputy assigned to the housing unit. In the event the housing deputy has inadequate knowledge to respond, it will immediately be routed to the appropriate staff. After the first level review, the grievance form will be shown to the inmate at which point he/she may either accept or reject the decision, signified by circling either YES or NO in the first level review section.

36.08 If the first level response is rejected by the inmate, it shall be forwarded to the shift supervisor for review and response and again presented to the inmate for approval or rejection. If the response is rejected, it will be forwarded to a detention center Lieutenant or Captain for the third level of review and response. The third level of review shall serve as the final level of review. 36.09 If at any point the inmate accepts a decision during the grievance process prior to the third and final review, the inmate shall circle YES in the applicable review section. The original will be placed in the inmate file at the completion of the grievance process. : 

36.08 If the first level response is rejected by the inmate, it shall be forwarded to the shift supervisor for review and response and again presented to the inmate for approval or rejection. If the response is rejected, it will be forwarded to a detention center Lieutenant or Captain for the third level of review and response. The third level of review shall serve as the final level of review. 36.09 If at any point the inmate accepts a decision during the grievance process prior to the third and final review, the inmate shall circle YES in the applicable review section. The original will be placed in the inmate file at the completion of the grievance process.

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