Dress code procedures are as follows: Monday through Friday froro 6:30 a.m. (breakfast meal) to 3:45 p.m. (recall), inmates must be dressed ~ khaki trousers and §hirt.Ilrty!ime they are inside the corridor. The shirt must be tucked into the trousers’ to enter.
Sweatshirts are not authorized to be worn over the khaki shirts. The only exceplion to th~ dress code is when inmates ,are actively participating in recreational activities: Wave caps are not authorized to be worn outside of the housing units. Pants will be of the appropriate size.
No oversize clothing will be permitted. Sagging of panls below the waist is not permitted.
Regardle 5$ of the type of-clothing worn (khakis, sweats, etc.) inmates itt any corridor of the institution must have their- shirt tucked into their trousers at all time and non-prescription glasses-are not permitted while.in the corridors. Hats will not be inside any area of the institution,except Food Service authorized workers on duty .
It is your responsibility to check your living area immediately after being assigned there and to report all damages the Correctional Officer, Case Manager, Counselor, or Unit Manager. An inmate held financially liable for your damage to hispersona11iying .ares. You are also responsible for sweeping and mopping your persona1living area to ensure it is cleao and sanitary. Lockers must be neatly arranged inside ood outood all shelving must be neat and clean. Pictures are not authorized to be taped to cell walls, cell windows, and windows to cell doors will not be blocked.
Toothpaste, toothbrushes, razors, and soap are issued at the institution laundry. You may
purchase name brand items through the commissary.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LIMITS
Items that may be retained by inmates are limited for sanitation and security reasons, and to ensure that excess personal property is not accumulated which would constitute a fire hazard or impair staff searches of the living area. Included in this booklet is a listing of authorized property. This list is not all-inclusive, but ·it is a guide’to the kind of items you may be authorized at FCC-POLLOCK .
Storage space in most units consists of 00 individual locker. Locks may be purchased in the institution commissary. The amount of property allowed each inmate is limited to those items that can be neatly and safely placed in the space designated. Under no circumstance will any material be accumulated to the point where they become a fire, sanitation, security, or housekeeping hazard.
Civilian clothing of any type (except athletic apparel) is not authorized at FCC-POLLOCK. All clothing will be neatly stored in the individual locker. A limited number of persona1
sweatshirts and sweatpants are permitted. Individual washcloths and towels are issued to
inmates. Authorized footwear includes one pair of composite shoes, Of!.e·pair of shower shoes, athletic shoes (as perpoticy). Footwear is to be stored neatly Under the bed. .
SPECIAL PURCHASE ITEMS
Some special purchase items are authorized as per commissary guidelines.
You are allowed to maintain legal materials necessary for any current ongoing litigation in
which the inmate is the defendant or plaintiff. Legal materials should be reviewed by the
inmate’s Counselor and neatly stored in the inmate’s locker. Excess is to be stored in the Legal Room.
Food items that are left open create a health hazard and increase the potential for pests. These items must be properly sealed-at all times. Empty containers may not be used for storage of other items and must be thrown away. Food Service items are, not permitted in the cells.
An ImI1ate will be limited in the number of magazines that can be stored in the cell. Inmates have 90-days on magazines and 7-days on newspaper to read as of date of receipt or stamped. Nothing is to be tacked, stapled, or taped to any surface in your cell.