Figure 3-4. Example of Disciplinary Report (back)
(4) Administratively segregated prisoners usually are allowed the same food and privileges as
prisoners who are not in close confinement. But modifications may be required by considerations of health,
welfare, control, and availability of facilities. Prisoners in close confinement are allowed the same amount of
clothing as other prisoners. They are allowed sufficient covers for warmth during sleeping hours. They may
have a Bible or other religious book appropriate to their faith. But a segregated prisoner might be deprived of
his bedding or clothing if the facility commander placed the prisoner in close confinement because of the
prisoner's suicidal intent. In such cases, the clothes would be removed to prevent injury.