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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solitary_confinement

Solitary confinement is a form of imprisonment in which an inmate is isolated from any human ... in British English as "the block", "The Segregation Unit", or "the cooler". It has also been called prison "'segregation' and 'restrictive housing.'".

www.ncchc.org/spotlight-on-the-standards-26-2

Segregation inmates are those who are isolated from the general population and who ... Standard E-09 Segregated Inmates (jail: important; prison: essential).

www.washlaw.org/pdf/Guide_to_Segregation_in_Federal_Prisons.pdf

There are two types of segregation outlined by the Bureau of Prisons: ... Disciplinary segregation is a form of separation from the general population for a.

www.correctionsone.com/officer-safety/articles/7497711-Why-racial-segregation-in-prisons-isnt-about-race

California prisons still segregate by race. Why? It has to do with safety and prison gangs. Aug 26, 2014. Up until about 60 years ago the courts did not meddle ...

www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/dec/17/mental-health-prison-segregation-units-prisoners

Dec 17, 2015 ... Charles Salvador, formerly known as Charles Bronson, is Britain's longest- serving segregated prisoner. Photograph: LINDSEY PARNABY ...

www.nytimes.com/2004/11/14/opinion/racial-segregation-in-prison.html

Nov 14, 2004 ... Prison officials argue that the practice reduces racially motivated violence. But government-imposed racial segregation should be permitted ...

www.nij.gov/journals/269/pages/administrative-segregation.aspx

Mar 26, 2012 ... Prisoners are placed in solitary confinement, or administrative segregation, for violent or disruptive behavior. AS typically involves single-cell ...

www.prisontalk.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-619406.html

So I called up to Lorain today and they said my husband is in segregation. They said he could still send and receive mail, but obviously that ...

solitarywatch.com/facts/faq

Few prison systems use the term “solitary confinement,” instead referring to prisonsegregation” or placement in “restrictive housing.” As this may be done for  ...