During interviews with facility staff along with review of video evidence, it has been determined that a male inmate (I/M Webber) can be seen passing multiple items of contraband into Cell 54. This prohibited action takes place through a food pass where the shutter door was left open and unsecured.
During interviews with facility staff along with the review of video evidence, it has been
determined that I/M Webber had direct visual and audible contact with female inmates which is a direct violation of minimum jail standards. I/M Webber can be seen talking, looking into and passing objects into Cell 54, via an open food pass. At the time, Cell 54 was housing two female inmates. These actions take place intermittently over an
approximate time of two and a half hours.
It was determined that I/M Webber, a medium custody inmate, was pulled from general population and allowed to work and move around the jail facility without proper supervision. The inmate was not selected or assigned as an Inmate Worker by the administration. I/M Webber was not housed in Cell 52 with the assigned / approved inmate workers.
Classification And Separation Of Inmates
Chapter 271: Classification and Separation of Inmates