JM: What clothes could you have brought in to wear in the jail (underwear, socks, etc.)? Ralph: denver county blues Rachel: We had uniforms, ugly uniforms and tennis shoes, no wire
bras and granny panties Fred: they would issue some clothes put also they would
have some you could buy from them if you want. Craig: None. They take everything. They supply you
enough clothing to make sure you're good and
ripe when stepping into an enclosed, perfumed
room. Joe: You are allowed to wear on your person at the time
of your booking either white or gray t-shirts or
underwear. You are also allowed a pair of white socks.
JM: If you had a set uniform, what did it look like? Please be specific about each piece of clothing issued to you. Ralph: yes we did, there were just blue uniforms Rachel: Yes it was an ugly tan uniform and plain tennis shoes Fred: it just look like hospital gear except in worse
shape. not very comfortable in any way...some of
the clothes were really old so it was hard Craig: A pair of shoes with NO foot support at all.
Pants and a shirt so thin its easy to get cold
at room temperature, and most facilities keep
their ACs going as colder environments are
supposed to help keep things "less energized". Joe: When you are booked you will be given yellows
scrubs, upon assignment to a pod you will be
wearing blues if your a misdemeanant, greens if
your a felon and orange if your a max security
inmate, and grays if your special management.
JM: Were there any assigned clothes in high demand that an inmate should look for when getting clothing assigned? Ralph: no, everyone wore the same clothing Rachel: Wouldn't know, we only had the one uniform Fred: the quality of it yes, there are some new clothes
that float around in there Craig: I cant say for sure, however I would guess
blankets first. Joe: Not really, you get what you get and don't throw a
JM: Was the clothing different between men and women? Ralph: dont know Rachel: I believe it was the same it just varied dependent upon your
classification Fred: no i dont believe so Craig: Yes. Women were issued t-shirts to wear under
the uniform shirt, as the uniform shirt would be
VERY "suggestive" on its own. Joe: Womens clothing was striped where mens were solids.