Control of Property
(1)Property must be kept in authorized areas. Property in unauthorized areas shall be considered contraband and unauthorized property, and shall result in confiscation of the item and/or disciplinary action.
(2)There shall be no pictures/drawings of nudity, genitalia, or depictions of sexual acts displayed in an inmate’s living quarters.
(3)An inmate shall not alter or otherwise tamper with or use any personal property item for other than the item’s intended purpose. Unauthorized alteration or use of an authorized personal property item for other than its intended purpose may result in confiscation of the item and/or disciplinary action.
(4)An inmate shall not give, receive, loan, sell, or otherwise exchange property with another inmate, except as authorized in OAR 291-117-0100 (Authorized Legal Property) (Possession of Authorized Legal Material by Assigned Inmate Legal Assistants).
(5)When an inmate is moved from general population to special housing, his/her personal property shall be inventoried, secured, and stored until such time that the inmate is released back to general population or transferred. Staff shall utilize the Personal Property Inventory List CD 611 (male inmate) and CD 306 (female inmate) for such purposes.
(6)When an inmate is transported from the facility for court appearances, medical trip or other authorized trip for a period longer than 24 hours, his/her personal property shall be inventoried, secured, and stored until such time the inmate returns to the facility. Staff shall utilize the Personal Property Inventory List CD 611 (male inmate) or CD 306 (female inmate) for such purposes.
(7)An inmate may arrange through designated staff to dispose of personal property at the inmate’s expense. Disposition may include arrangements for pick up at the facility by a designated individual, or donation to an organization, if authorized by the functional unit manager/designee. Any costs associated with disposition of the property will be the responsibility of the inmate.
(8)Any inmate being released on parole, post-prison supervision, or expiration of sentence shall take all personal property with him/her at the time release. The inmate shall confirm in writing receipt of the property.
(9)The department may dispose of property only within the context of these rules. Disposition of property may include destruction or donation of such property.
Rule 291-117-0120 — Control of Property,