ad seg


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ad seg

 (ăd′ sĕg′)
n. Informal
Administrative segregation.
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The measures proposed by Marquez and Guillen would require agencies that house inmates to report how often they use ad seg, why they use it, which types of prisoners are isolated and what happens to prisoners who are confined alone for extended periods of time.
In fiscal year 2012, more than 830 inmates were discharged from ad seg directly to the streets, according to the TDCJ.
At legislative budget hearings, Marquez said, TDCJ officials were unable to adequately explain how much it costs to house inmates in ad seg or how many of those prisoners had some kind of mental or physical illness.
Kirk said that in local lockups like his, ad seg is used differently than in the TDCJ.
Sheriffs are already required to report to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards about their use of ad seg, Kirk said, though not in as much detail as the legislation would require.
Inmate Fleming was placed in Ad Seg after it was discovered that he attempted to impugn the credibility of [a prison industry program] by contacting the news media.
Those inmates spent an average of three years apiece in ad seg, a disciplinary tool for the most dangerous or troubled offenders.
Prison officials say providing regular treatment for inmates in ad seg - who are considered some of the toughest criminals in the system - is challenging because it could put other inmates at risk.
Ryan Guillen, D-Rio Grande City, has filed House Bill 1266, which would create a task force to examine ad seg policies in both TDCJ and the Texas Department of Juvenile Justice.
Thomas lived for three years in ad seg on death row before he removed his second eye.
Prisoners in ad seg are monitored regularly by nursing staff, said Dr.
I'm looking out for public safety that they're not in Ad Seg their whole sentence and then they come back to the streets," Livingston said.