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Interview with Dan, Hugh and Wendy

JM: How many different blocks were there?
Dan: there was only 4 levels
Hugh: There were over 20 different cell blocks
Wendy: I only seen two, male and female.

JM: Did they have names? If so, what were they?
Dan: there was x block and then y block and then the jcare unit and the x and y is for inmates and the the jcare unit is for the extreme sex offenders
Hugh: A-d pods south north east and west 1-1 through 4-4 example west 4-2
Wendy: I think they had letters, not really sure but it was on the doors.

JM: Which types of inmates were housed in the different blocks?
Dan: x and y was anyone that came into the jail and needed to be housed and the the jcare unit is for the sex offenders that are dangerous and there getting in jail treatment
Hugh: The workers were assigned to b pod and misdemeanor violations were housed by seriousness of charge where d pod is the worst and then the major felony violations were housed in rollover according to charge
Wendy: In my block majority were there for driving without license, but majority were non violent charges because I heard everyone conversing about what happen to land them in jail that night.

JM: What do you remember being the nicest and worst parts about the different blocks?
Dan: there was nothing nice and worst about the blocks they all was the same some blocks had girls and then the other had boys but they was housed different and i was never in the jcare unit i just heard about it but i wouldn't want to go up to see it
Hugh: There was not many nice parts throughout the jail except the worker pod would get two trays of food and was out of the cell most of the time. Pods you are in your cell 23 hours a day and rollover depending on what block you would either be locked up most of the time or in a dorm
Wendy: I don't think there was anything nice except that the jail had cable TV. what I didn't like about the jail is the un sanitary conditions as far as the toilet the water and some other people's food was molded. some of the staff talk to you like crap really bad.

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