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Default Florence aspc-f central ii: Hows this unit? It's a medium security?

Hows this unit? It's a medium security?

My brother's friend just recently got sent here.
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Central is close custody and it's about the same as anywhere. Can be a little rough but if the inmate wants to keep to them self and say out of trouble they easily can.
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Rough in which way?
Is it similar to Eyman- Browning?
He said that he was working out, and a little piece of metal came off the stairs, and they gave him a ticket for criminal damage he was doing so well, about to go to a 3 yard.

But who knows the true story besides him and the officer lol
My brother is just made because he can't visit anymore because of the distance.

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Rough in which way?
Is it similar to Eyman- Browning?
He said that he was working out, and a little piece of metal came off the stairs, and they gave him a ticket for criminal damage he was doing so well, about to go to a 3 yard.

But who knows the true story besides him and the officer lol
My brother is just made because he can't visit anymore because of the distance.
That's hard to answer because there are 9 yards at Browning. 4 of them are GP not including intake. All but 1 are max custody. It's the same as most 4 yards. There are gang members and serious criminals. The convicts who can't get along on 3 yards. Repeat offenders. But then there are those who had a serious crime but aren't involved in any of the BS and just keep to themselves and do their time. Just like a 3 yard but with more restricted movement, less rec time.

If he was already on a 4 yard I don't know why they would move him to another 4 yard for a ticket. Lateral transfers don't usually happen unless there's more to it. But who knows.
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Ooh okay I see.

From what my brother was saying is, he was waiting to he had his reclassification and few months ago and they classified him as 3/3, he was just waiting to be transferred to a 3 yard, then this ticket happened and they moved him.

But yeah who knows what really happened.
Thank you for the info I will pass it along to my brother

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That's hard to answer because there are 9 yards at Browning. 4 of them are GP not including intake. All but 1 are max custody. It's the same as most 4 yards. There are gang members and serious criminals. The convicts who can't get along on 3 yards. Repeat offenders. But then there are those who had a serious crime but aren't involved in any of the BS and just keep to themselves and do their time. Just like a 3 yard but with more restricted movement, less rec time.

If he was already on a 4 yard I don't know why they would move him to another 4 yard for a ticket. Lateral transfers don't usually happen unless there's more to it. But who knows.
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