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Old 06-13-2016, 12:15 PM
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I would like to know how they're handling the dissegregation in this unit. Specifically how the housing is being handled with those who have sign the integration agreement. My LO is thinking about signing.
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They pull them out one by one to sign. Those who sign are sent back to the yard, those who do not are immediately taken to a different building on 22 hour a day lockdown. They lose their phase indefinitely and will eventually be put on a yard just for refusal to house, with the same lockdown and no phase in place.
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Old 06-13-2016, 09:27 PM
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From what I've been told refusal to sign gives no visitation and very limited phone calls.

If anyone knows exactly what the form says I'd love to know.
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It appears that as of June 16th all the refusals got sent to winchester
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Eyman - Rynning is getting some of the refusals from Tucson.
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If you sign, you are essentially stating that you are disassociating yourself from the STG (Security Threat Groups--Racial gangs). There is no turning back from this; if you sign, you are forever outed from the Gang and can probably never safely re-enter a gen pop yard again.
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I will say, the IHP (Interracial Housing Program) at Santa Rita is trying to entice inmates to sign up for the program by offering extended rec time, giant flat screen and video game consoles, etc. They have funding from the Federal govt to get this program up and running, so if your LO is ok with being in a mixed race housing unit, and he doesn't have strong ties to the AB, then it might be a good thing for him. BUT if he has any miss steps in there, any issue at all, they will send him back to gen population and coming from the Santa RIta unit could put a target on his back. Something to consider.
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Not just the AB, there are many many groups as well as independents that will green light someone who signs.
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Sounds like a dangerous situation they're putting these guys in. :/
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Sounds like a dangerous situation they're putting these guys in. :/
Yep, unfortunately. Take caged men, push them into a corner, then wonder why there are riots....
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Just wondering if there is any new information on how this is going??
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From what I understand, Santa Rita is fully integrated now. They moved all those who wouldn't integrate and are now using the yard almost as PC for whites and hispanics who don't really qualify for PC but can't be on other yards. The yard is largely african american in population.
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I just got released from Santa Ritas IHP yard.. I've was on that yard for over a year and a half..i can answer any questions anyone has.. Let me know
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I just got released from Santa Ritas IHP yard.. I've was on that yard for over a year and a half..i can answer any questions anyone has.. Let me know
I already posted my questions, in another thread so if you have anything to add to it, it would be most appreciated. Thank you

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Is this considered a protective custody unit? I'm only asking because my son got sent there and I'm hearing that's what kind of unit it is. Last I heard he got transferred there after being charged for threatening and intimating and disrespect to staff
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Is this considered a protective custody unit? I'm only asking because my son got sent there and I'm hearing that's what kind of unit it is. Last I heard he got transferred there after being charged for threatening and intimating and disrespect to staff
They are using it as a unit to send some inmates to who can't be housed elsewhere, as an alternative to protective custody. It is not technically a PC yard...but I've heard numerous confirmed reports of people needing PC and being sent there.
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They are using it as a unit to send some inmates to who can't be housed elsewhere, as an alternative to protective custody. It is not technically a PC yard...but I've heard numerous confirmed reports of people needing PC and being sent there.
ok thank you for clarifying that! Makes me feel better
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ok thank you for clarifying that! Makes me feel better
Very welcome! Nobody there is considered PC and the majority people there aren't there for protection reasons. However, because Santa Rita is an integrated (IHP) yard inmates can have a rough time being transferred from there to a yard that's not yet integrated.
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From what I've been told refusal to sign gives no visitation and very limited phone calls.

If anyone knows exactly what the form says I'd love to know.


https://corrections.az.gov/sites/def.../DI/di_345.pdf

Refer to 1.5.1 and 1.5.4

Here is the form you were wondering about. They will become a phase I. Not 22 hour day lock down and not loss of visits. Phase I gets 4 hours of visits each weekend and 1 call a day. Now, as for where they will be moved, that's all getting figured out as we speak.
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Refer to 1.5.1 and 1.5.4

Here is the form you were wondering about. They will become a phase I. Not 22 hour day lock down and not loss of visits. Phase I gets 4 hours of visits each weekend and 1 call a day. Now, as for where they will be moved, that's all getting figured out as we speak.
Thanks for that but I wanted to see the actual form the inmate is given to sign...or refuse as the case may be.

My husband is currently at Stiner and has been told all those who don't sign when they implement in March will be moved into their own buildings.

Initially they said anyone who won't sign would be moved to max custody...but then they integrated Santa Rita and quickly found out they don't have the bed space in max to move all those who refuse. Instead they moved them to Rynning and then to Red Rock and a few other places.

It will be interesting to see how they decide to house all those who refuse since it's not just going to be a handful of people. They will have thousands of inmates to move.
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Thanks for that but I wanted to see the actual form the inmate is given to sign...or refuse as the case may be.

My husband is currently at Stiner and has been told all those who don't sign when they implement in March will be moved into their own buildings.

Initially they said anyone who won't sign would be moved to max custody...but then they integrated Santa Rita and quickly found out they don't have the bed space in max to move all those who refuse. Instead they moved them to Rynning and then to Red Rock and a few other places.

It will be interesting to see how they decide to house all those who refuse since it's not just going to be a handful of people. They will have thousands of inmates to move.
From what I've heard nobody on the outside has seen this form. I know of one person who son has seen this form, and it gives options of who they might house with.
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If you are talking about the IHP paper, I have a copy. It's just box checking on on what race you are and what race you will agree to house with. Then a signature and date on the bottom
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I just got released from Santa Ritas IHP yard.. I've was on that yard for over a year and a half..i can answer any questions anyone has.. Let me know
Hi Hope you are doing good! My brother is in Stiner Unit Lewis He has not signed anything yet. What are the benefits for him to sign, and should he sign? I just want him to make the safest decison
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