My special line rang last night, but it was not my LO but his homey calling to tell me that "they put him the hole! they put him in the hole!" He was on the line for less than 60 seconds, I think he busted in on someone else's phone time, so all I got is that "they said he has an enemy."
Do people really get put in Ad Seg for their own protection? Without knowing the situation I have no idea what's going on, how long this will be, if they'll transfer him, if they'll transfer the other dude, if there is any aspect of punishment for him - I want to find out if he'll get points for this, that would tell me.
We're supposed to get married two weeks from today.
The letter I got from the marriage coordinator said that if the inmate is in Ad Seg at the time of the wedding, the wedding will still take place but it will be behind glass. Oh man.
He proposed from behind glass, I thought we wouldn't go back to that, he's done really good for a year, then they transfer him to another building, a few weeks ago. Couldn't they leave something good in place?
Been having nightmares all night, picturing a wedding behind glass. No wedding pics. He'll be in white anyway, he wouldn't share those pics anyway.
I've been planning to spend all visiting hours with him the following weekend.
It still could happen that way, if it's truly for his own protection, but... I need his cellie to call me and tell me what happened, if they had words, a fight.
Could any of this be directly related to messing up the wedding for him?
Edited to include this from Title 15, p. 155 -
It looks like even "layover" ad-seg takes some time to process, more than 2 weeks. Wow wow wow. Did NOT see this coming.
Article 7. Segregation Housing
3335. Administrative Segregation.
(a) When an inmate’s presence in an institution’s general inmate
population presents an immediate threat to the safety of the
inmate or others, endangers institution security or jeopardizes the
integrity of an investigation of an alleged serious misconduct or
criminal activity, the inmate shall be immediately removed from
general population and be placed in administrative segregation. Administrative
segregation may be accomplished by confinement in a
designated segregation unit or, in an emergency, to any single cell
unit capable of providing secure segregation.
(b) Temporary Segregation. Pending a classification committee
determination of the inmate’s housing assignment, which may include
assignment to one of the segregation program units specified
in section 3341.5 of these regulations or to the general inmate population,
an inmate may be placed in a designated temporary housing
unit under provisions of sections 3336–3341 of these regulations.
(c) An inmate’s placement in segregation shall be reviewed by
the Institutional Classification Committee (ICC) within 10 days of
receipt in the unit and under provisions of section 3338(a) of these
regulations. Action shall be taken to retain the inmate in segregation
or release to general population.
(d) When, pursuant to this section, an ICC retains an inmate on
segregation status, the case shall be referred to a Classification Staff
Representative (CSR) for review and approval. Unless otherwise
directed by the CSR, subsequent ICC reviews shall proceed in accordance
with the following timelines until the inmate is removed
from segregation status:
(1) At intervals of not more than 90 days until pending Division
C, D, E, or F rules violation report is adjudicated. Upon resolution
of such matters, an ICC shall review the inmate’s case within 14
calendar days. At that time, if no further matters are pending, but
continued segregation retention is required pending transfer to a
general population, ICC reviews shall be within at least every 90
days until the transfer can be accomplished.
(2) At intervals of not more than 180 days until a pending Division
A-1, A-2, or B rules violation report is adjudicated, a court
proceeding resulting from a referral to the district attorney for possible
prosecution is resolved, or the gang validation investigation
process is complete. Upon resolution of such matters, an ICC shall
review the inmate’s case within 14 calendar days.
(3) At intervals of not more than 90 days until completion of
the pending investigation of serious misconduct or criminal activity,
excluding gang validation, or pending resolution of safety and
security issues, or investigation of non-disciplinary reasons for segregation
placement. Should the completed investigation result in
the issuance of a Rules Violation Report and/or a referral to the
district attorney for criminal prosecution, an ICC shall review the
case in accordance with the schedule set forth in subsections (1),
(2), or (3) above. Upon resolution of such matters, an ICC shall
review the inmate’s case within 14 calendar days. At that time, if no
further matters are pending, but continued segregation placement
is required pending transfer to a general population, ICC reviews
shall be at least every 90 days until transfer can be accomplished.
(e) Inmate retention in administrative segregation beyond the
initial segregation ICC hearing shall be referred for CSR review
and approval within 30 days and then thereafter in accordance with
subsection (d) above. In initiating such reviews an ICC shall recommend
one of the following possible outcomes:
(1) Transfer to another institution in accordance with section
(2) Transfer to a Segregated Program Housing Unit in accordance with section 3341.5.
(3) Retention in segregation pending completion of an active
investigation into an alleged violation of the rules/disciplinary
process, an investigation of other matters, or resolution of criminal
prosecution. In such instances an ICC shall offer a reasonable
projection of the time remaining for the resolution of such matters.
(f) Subsequent to CSR approval of an extension of segregation
retention, an ICC will schedule the case for future CSR review in
a time frame consistent with the projection(s) made in accordance
with subsection (d) above.
(g) Inmates in segregation who have approved Security Housing
Unit (SHU) term status, but are still awaiting other processes (i.e.,
court proceedings, adjudication of other rule violation reports, gang
validation, etc.), shall be reviewed by an ICC in accordance with
the SHU classification process noted in subsection 3341.5(c)(9).
(h) The need for a change in housing or yard status of any inmate
segregated under the provisions of this article shall be reviewed at
the next convened ICC hearing.
(i) All classification committee actions shall be documented,
including a specific record of the inmate’s participation, an explanation
of the reason(s), and the information and evidence relied
upon for the action taken. The inmate shall be provided copies of
the completed forms relied upon in making the decisions affecting