When the facility gets maxed out
|Comfortably ... 154 posts||
Our facility was built for 750 inmates. We currently house a little over 2,000. We have 40-45 bunk beds set up in the common area of every housing unit. Average count in our larger housing units is 200 inmates per unit, 80-90 of which are not in cells, but on bunk beds on the floor directly in front of the officers desk.
|okie 6 posts||
I can remeber when we had so many inmates that we had beds in the dayrooms of the housing units. This was a nightmare. The officer always had the inmates up in their faces. The inmates were always loud because of the security lights that always stayed on.
|Mick 307 posts||
On the floor in every available cell space. At the moment we are at 50% over our “Official Numbers”.
|jmonta 43 posts||
When a facility gets so filled with inmates that there is just no room left to house anyone else, where do new inmates go?
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