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We have interviewed former inmates of Passaic County, who have shared their experiences about life in this facility. They share their inside knowledge ranging from how to get along with other inmates to what the inmates wear. You can read their interviews by clicking the links to the left. Take a few minutes to read their stories and get a glimpse into day to day life in the Passaic County Jail.
Each jail has its own unique culture and set of unspoken rules among the inmates. It can be helpful to know some of these things so you can avoid unnecessary fights and problems. All former inmates we interviewed agreed that the best approach to take with other inmates is to mind your own business.
Don't talk to those who are visible frustrated, and don't get involved in the conflicts of others. One former inmate said that he stayed out of trouble by doing a lot of cleaning, which also wore him out so he could sleep. Don't comment on discussions that don't pertain to you, and walk away from fights. Following this advice can help you avoid a lot of problems in Passaic County.
Passaic County provides three meals per day to the inmates. One former inmate commented that on occasion they run out of food and only serve two meals for that day. The food is rated as about a 3 on a scale of 1-10.
Chicken is referred to as "yard bird" by the inmates and is described as "anorexic looking and poorly prepared." Another inmate said the food wasn't good but the tuna and chicken were tolerable. Inmates who have money on their accounts can buy additional snacks from the canteen.
The price of these snacks is very high, with a packet of Ramen noodles costing about 90 cents and a small bag of chips $3.
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