134 NOTABLE VIOLATIONS All violations that are not serious Effective Date

134 notable violations all violations that are not

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1.34 NOTABLE VIOLATIONS – All violations that are not serious. Effective Date: 01/01/2019 Page 7 of 94
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FLORIDA MODEL JAIL STANDARDS 1.35 OFFICER-IN-CHARGE – The Sheriff, Chief Correctional Officer or any correctional administrator appointed by a City or County Board of Commissioners. 1.36 PERMANENT FILE – A record maintained as required by the Florida Department of State General Records Schedule GS1-SL for State and Local Governments, General Records Schedule GS2 for Law Enforcement, Correctional Facilities, and District Medical Examiners, and General Records Schedule GS4 for Public Hospitals, Health Care Facilities and Medical Providers. 1.37 PRISONER or INMATE – A person who is lawfully detained in a detention facility. (See Appendix C Concerning Youth Detention Facilities) 1.38 RECREATION AREA – Any secure area (indoor/outdoor) designated to be used for inmate exercise or recreation activities other than a dayroom or multiple purpose space . 1.39 REDUCED CUSTODY HOUSING AREA – That area designed to hold a large number of inmates in a dormitory or barracks type setting. The area may or may not have a security exterior and limited access. A reduced custody housing area may have exterior walls constructed of canvas, cloth or any material similarly flexible or woven, which is flame resistant and is supported by a structural frame of metal or similar durable material. 1.40 REGULAR CONTACT WITH JUVENILES means sight and sound contact pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 985, Florida Statutes. 1.41 SALLY PORT – Any entry area for vehicles or personnel where one door or gate must be closed prior to the opening of the other door or gate. Security vestibule is the same as sally port except it refers to an inside area of the detention facility. 1.42 SECURE HOUSING AREA – That area designed to house inmates that, as determined by a classification process, pose a threat to the custody, security or welfare of others. This requires living quarters to be equipped with security hardware. The individual cells and day rooms are included in this area. 1.43 SERIOUS VIOLATION – A violation of these standards or other conditions or practices that appears to pose a substantial and immediate danger to the life, health, or safety of one or more inmates or employees. Effective Date: 01/01/2019 Page 8 of 94
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FLORIDA MODEL JAIL STANDARDS Standards for which a violation would be considered serious are indicated in bold print and asterisk (within the standards and in all inspection report checklists). 1.44 SHOULD when used in lieu of will, shall, or must is not a mandatory standard, and denotes a correctional practice that is desirable and conducive to good inmate management. 1.45 SIGHT AND NORMAL SOUND for the purposes of supervision within the facility – A security post is located to ensure visual contact with the inmate. This may be accomplished through means of electronic surveillance, provided that a certified officer is immediately available to hear and respond promptly to calls for help.
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