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NCJ Number: NCJ 150334     Find in a Library
Title: Inmate Handbook: RID (Regimented Inmate Discipline), William S. Key Correctional Center
Corporate Author: Oklahoma Dept of Corrections
United States of America
Date Published: Unknown
Page Count: 41
Sale Source: Oklahoma Dept of Corrections
3400 Martin Luther King Avenue
P.O. Box 11400
Oklahoma City, OK 73136
United States of America
Type: Policy/Procedure Handbook/Manual
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: The William S. Key Correctional Center, under the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, has implemented the Regimented Inmate Discipline (RID) Program, and this handbook describes procedures that inmates must follow while participating in RID.
Abstract: The RID Program designates inmate housing units as platoons, and orientation for newly arrived inmate participants requires 2 weeks. Inmates who fail to report to their assignments are subject to disciplinary proceedings. When inmates come within 10 feet of correctional staff, they must come to attention and address the staff member correctly. Inmate housing units must be kept neat and clean at all times, ready for inspection. In addition, inmates must dress according to strict regulations; for example, they cannot wear any type of head gear inside buildings. The RID Program also stipulates requirements for dining facilities, health services, telephone use, visiting, mail, personal property, and tobacco use. RID participants are assigned to programs that focus on such areas as daily living skills, drug and alcohol abuse, vocational training, religious services, stress management, reintegration, recreation, and physical training. Disciplinary procedures used when inmates fail to meet RID requirements are described, as well as appeal procedures, acts that constitute disruptive institutional behavior, and the range of allowable sanctions.
Main Term(s): Corrections
Index Term(s): Inmate Programs ; Inmate discipline ; Inmate misconduct ; Oklahoma
   
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