Property and inventory
The following items are the only items allowed into the facility and, furthermore, define which items may be brought inside the unit from the change room and stored in the client’s personal bunk area/bin.
- Total of three pairs of shoes/boots and one pair of shower shoes. All shoes, when not being worn, are to be stored neatly under their owner’ s bunk. Work shoes or boots will not be worn in unit.
- Total of 7 pairs of pants. This number includes work pants and dress/casual pants combined. Shorts count as pants.
- Total of 7 pairs of socks.
- Total of 7 sets of under garments, any color. Thermals count as one set.
- Total of 2 sets of pajamas or sweats (top and bottom).
- Total of 7 t-shirts, any color.
- Total of 7 dress or casual shirts. Work shirts count against this total.
- Total of 2 pairs of gloves, which will be stored in the locker.
- Total of 2 winter caps, which will be stored in the locker. No hats or any other head coverings are to be worn inside the facility.
- Total of 2 baseball type caps, will be stored in the locker room. No hats or any other head coverings are to be worn inside the facility.
- Total of 1 backpack or personal bag (no suitcases) will be stored in the lobby.
- 1 DVD player or CD player or MP3 player. This will be stored in the client’s locker and will only be used by the client in the unit between 0700-2200 hours. **Electronic entertainment or communication devices must be approved by a case manager prior to purchase or use by clients.
- A reasonable number of books, which must be approved by security staff. These items may be brought into the unit and stored in the client’s locker.
- One CD case, 24 capacity (maximum). Any combination of music CDs, DVDs maximum rating of R. Computer games are included in the maximum number of 24 allowed. No “burned” or rewritable CD’s or DVDs are allowed. Any excess discs, or burned discs beyond the allowed 24 will be confiscated. These items may be brought into the unit and stored in the client’s locker.
- A reasonable number of magazines. No books or magazines depicting nudity are allowed. These items may be brought into the unit and stored in the client’s locker.
- 1 cellular phone, which is will be rented from GCCC. This may be brought into the unit and stored in the lobby. Clients will only use a cell phone between the hours of 9:30 am to 10:30 am, 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm and 7 pm to 8 pm for males. 10:30 am to 11:30 am, 2:30 to 3:30 pm and 8 pm to 9 pm for females. Any other exceptions are unless permission is obtained for specific calls by staff.
- Over the counter medications and vitamins must be approved by security staff with this approval noted in the client’s chrons. These items will be stored in the client’s locker.
- Reasonable amounts of misc. paperwork, pens and pencils may be brought into the unit. This includes treatment manuals and workbooks.
- 1 wedding ring and 1 wrist watch are the only jewelry allowed in the unit.
- 1 small alarm clock is allowed in the unit and must be kept in the client’s bunk area.
- Family photos may be brought into the unit, but must be stored in the client’s locker. The photos may not be hung up in any area or be kept in any type of picture frame.
- 1 small box of band aids may be kept in bunk area and 2 pairs of ear plugs are allowed to be kept in the bunk area.
- 1 DOC type approved mirror is allowed in the bunk area, but these mirrors may not be hung or attached in any way to walls or bunks.
- 1 DOC type plastic bowl and 1 DOC type plastic cup will be allowed in the bunk area.
- 1 hygiene kit with one each of the following, razor, 4 razor replacements, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, shaving cream, non-aerosol deodorant, finger nail clipper, tweezers, and skin care lotion.
- No more that three coats or jackets, including work coats.
- Two belts. Buckles and/or fasteners not to be excessively large or heavy.
- 2 bath and 2 wash towels.
- 1 bicycle. Must be deemed roadworthy by a member of the staff. A small tool kit/tire pump that must be kept in client’s backpack in lobby. Staff members may deem any tools as dangerous or too large at their discretion.
- A multi-outlet plug (no cords).
- Any other item(s) deemed necessary and approved by staff.
Items NOT allowed in living area/dayroom:
Aerosol propelled items of any kind (Exceptions being medicinal aerosols.), Glass (picture frames, bottles, mirrors, dishes, etc.) lighters, matches, lighter fluid, flammable liquids or sprays, non-GCCC issued pillows or mattresses, extension cords (including surge protectors), pointed scissors, knives, tobacco products (including non-tobacco chewing compounds), pornographic materials, weapons of any kind, hand tools, computers (including laptops), cameras, recording devices (audio, photographic, or video) fireworks, sexual devices (including condoms), noise makers, fans, televisions, and any other item(s) deemed by any staff member to be dangerous, disruptive, or unnecessary.
Garfield County Community Corrections will not serve as a warehouse for client property.
- New clients who arrive at the facility with personal property that is not allowed at the GCCC facility will have 21 days from the date of their arrival to have the property removed. After such time, GCCC may dispose of the property.
- Any client who is removed from the program due to re-arrest or due to rejection from the program must make arrangements for their personal property to be removed from the facility within 15 days, or GCCC may dispose of the property.
- Any client property confiscated as contraband or for any other reason must be removed from the facility within 7 days, or GCCC may dispose of the property.