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SECTION 315 - DEFINITIONS

For the purpose of this chapter, certain terms are defined as follows:

CELL is a housing unit in a detention or correctional facility for the confinement of not more than two inmates or prisoners.

CELL COMPLEX is a cluster or group of cells in a jail, prison or similar detention facility, together with rooms used for accessory purposes, all of which open into the cell complex, and are used for functions such as dining, counseling, exercise, classrooms, sick call, visiting, storage, staff offices, control rooms or similar functions, and interconnecting corridors all within the cell complex.

CELL, MULTIPLE-OCCUPANCY, is a housing area in a detention or correctional facility designed to house no less than three or no more than 16 inmates.

CELL TIER are cells located one level above the other, not exceeding two levels per floor.

DAY ROOM is a room which is adjacent to a cell, cell complex or cell tier, and which is used as a dining, exercise or other activity room for inmates.

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