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Title: Intensive Confinement Center, Bryan, Texas, an Alternative Correctional Setting for Females: Inmate Handbook
Author(s): L Sanders
Corporate Author: Federal Bureau of Prisons
US Dept of Justice
United States of America
Date Published: 1996
Page Count: 63
Sponsoring Agency: Federal Bureau of Prisons
Washington, DC 20534
Sale Source: Federal Bureau of Prisons
US Dept of Justice
320 First Street, NW
Washington, DC 20534
United States of America
Type: Policy/Procedure Handbook/Manual
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This manual is intended to assist inmates understand the daily operations, programs, rules, and regulations of the Federal Bureau of Prisons' Intensive Confinement Center, a correctional alternative for female offenders established on July 6, 1992.
Abstract: The Intensive Confinement Center is a satellite of the Federal Prison Camp in Bryan. Its staff includes correctional instructors, a psychologist, a drug treatment specialist, physical trainers, and others. The schedule from Monday through Saturday begins at 5 a.m. and includes a flag ceremony; formation drill; uniform preparation; meal periods lasting from 30 to 40 minutes each; and morning, afternoon, and evening programming. Part of the programming consists of maintenance and tree removal tasks for the United States Forest Service. The guidelines cover the disciplinary program, the work program, food service, education, medical services, physical training, psychological services, drug treatment, personal appearance, locker display, bed display, drill and ceremonies. Diagrams and program forms
Main Term(s): Women's correctional institutions
Index Term(s): Corrections management; Female inmates; Inmate discipline; Inmate drug treatment; Inmate Education Assistance Programs; Shock incarceration programs
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