New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Chapter VI - Special Housing Units
Part 303 - Post-admission Adjustment
Section 303.2 - Additional in-cell items

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 38, September 21, 2022

Upon request of each inmate, additional in-cell items (provided they are not restricted by the issuance of a deprivation order in accord with section 305.2 of this Title) will be permitted as follows:

(a) playing cards (one deck);

(b) earphones (facility issue only, if cells are equipped with a jack);

Note: In facilities not equipped with jacks, inmates may be allowed to have their personal radios/tape-players for use with an earplug, no tapes permitted. Batteries may be purchased from the commissary.

(c) books, magazines or newspapers (not to exceed a total of 10 per inmate in the cell, excluding legal publications);

(d) photos (personal, additional 10, not to exceed a total of 20 per inmate in the cell, no frames/albums);

(e) stamps;

(f) skin cream, 1 oz. size.

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