This story was told by a person incarcerated at Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility.
UCI: Yeah, I mean, it must be pretty tough, you know, trying to cope with the situation especially when you have, like, reduced visitations. And, you know, do they still have, like, programming?
Caller: Yeah, we have a program. You know, they give us roughly an hour through the tiers. You know, like, what they would go is one if one tier an hour of day room. And then, like, two out of the five days of the week – yes, maybe it’s two out of the five week day we have a little [unintelligible] yard where we can go, get a little sun tan, little fresh air and do some pull ups or some [unintelligible], and pushups and things of that nature, you know, to blow off steam.
And, you know, [unintelligible], you know, where at in the rooms, you know, for an hour. For, you know, [unintelligible] and it comes back and forth.
You know, like, goes an hour for the fifth tier or for the bottom tier, you know, and we’re able to go in and sit around and watch television, make phone calls and, you know, the commissary and chit chat and things of that nature.