exercise yard

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He explained: "Existing measures include regular patrols by staff, monitoring of cameras, exercise yards have netting fitted to prevent contraband being dropped or thrown into that area.
It states: "The netting of all exercise yards would make absolute sense."
The council was responsible for the maintenance of the siding, which survived until 1961 when male patients were employed to demolish the walls around the hospital's airing courts, or exercise yards, and the rubble was carted away to fill in the siding.
This is in many respects a problem that G4S have inherited, as there is much evidence that drugs have been regularly thrown over the wall onto exercise yards.
I'll admit that the seven-month-old dog is so energetic that it was difficult to slip a collar and leash over her head and get her out of her kennel, and that she ran around like a maniac once turned loose in one of the shelter's exercise yards. But the staff members were probably too busy to see what I saw: that in her haste to drag her handler out of the shelter building, she steadfastly tuned out the incredible distraction and din of her fellow inmates' barking and lunging at their kennel doors; that once she stopped zipping around the exercise yard, she was incredibly sweet and affiliative; and that she figured out exactly what you wanted her to do after just one or two treats and words of praise, and repeated her praiseworthy behavior immediately.
They speak to custody staff, speak to detainees and advise them of their rights, check detention records and inspect the conditions of cells, detention rooms, medical rooms, washing and kitchen areas, exercise yards and the operation of CCTV.
SAFETY netting may be installed over exercise yards to prevent drugs and mobile phones being thrown over the walls into a Liverpool prison.
It is understood two exercise yards could also be used as holding areas.
And they can proudly point out the exercise yards where loyalists staged their own Twelfth of July demonstrations - just like the real thing - only with even more drunks and skinheads present than usual.
A prisoner filed a civil rights action alleging that operation of integrated exercise yards in prison administrative segregation units constituted cruel and unusual punishment in violation of the Eighth Amendment.
I was particularly moved by the day-to-day stuff: the guy who gets tired of it all and hangs himself by a bedsheet; the sudden perception that there are two exercise yards, one for whites and one for blacks; the descriptions of guards losing it and whacking away with their clubs.

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