FCI Williamsburg Programs

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Leisure time is free time available to inmates not having scheduled daily work or program assignments. A well-rounded recreation program has been established to meet inmate needs. Programs include but are not limited to intramural sports, community based sports (at the discretion of the Executive Staff), informal sports, physical fitness and wellness, special events, hobby craft, music, movies and other leisure time activities. Specific interests and additional recreational activities will be considered when a demand appears to be sufficient to make other programs feasible. A gymnasium, softball fields, jogging track, soccer field, handball, bocce ball, basketball, and volleyball courts are available. A passive recreation area for board games; a wellness resource library; and sports television viewing is also available. All hobby craft programs require enrollment into the program and compliance with all regulations. Specific rules are posted in Recreation. Those hobby craft programs that are not restricted to the recreation area require inmates to enroll with recreation staff and inmates must comply with the same Special Purpose Order (SPO) and mail-out procedures as other hobby craft programs restricted to the Recreation area. Please refer to the Institution Supplement regarding Recreation Programs, for specific rules and procedures and also a listing of approved hobby craft SPO items. Various card and table games are available for use in the housing units. Flagrant unsportsmanlike conduct of a verbal or physical nature will not be tolerated, and may result in a seasonal suspension from the activity and/or disciplinary action. The official rules and regulations governing all structured and informal activities are posted on the recreation bulletin board and are available in the recreation office.

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