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DOC 346.14(4)(a)1. 1. A minimum floor area of 35 square feet for each juvenile based on the rated bed capacity of the adjacent group of cells. In addition, each day room shall have a minimum of 70 square feet of unencumbered space.
DOC 346.14(4)(a)2. 2. Detention strength light fixtures that provide at least 30 foot candles at 30 inches above the floor.
DOC 346.14(4)(a)3. 3. Adequate furnishings and equipment for leisure time activities as required under this chapter.
DOC 346.14(4)(a)4. 4. Detention strength tables and seating based on the rated bed capacity of the adjacent cells.
DOC 346.14(4)(b) (b) There shall be in the day room no exposed heating pipes, radiators or controls which are accessible to juveniles.
DOC 346.14(5) (5)Holding rooms.
DOC 346.14(5)(a)(a) Holding rooms shall be located in an area that allows continuous staff observation or electronic video surveillance of juveniles.
DOC 346.14(5)(b) (b) Each holding room shall have all of the following:
DOC 346.14(5)(b)1. 1. Detention strength, rigidly constructed seats or benches bracketed to the wall or bolted to the floor or seats or benches of masonry construction of similar strength.
DOC 346.14(5)(b)2. 2. A detention strength, metal, institution-type wash basin and toilet.
DOC 346.14(5)(b)3. 3. A minimum floor area of 50 square feet of unencumbered space for 5 or fewer occupants and an additional 10 square feet of unencumbered space for each additional occupant.
DOC 346.14(5)(b)4. 4. Detention strength light fixtures that provide at least 30 foot candles at 30 inches above the floor.
DOC 346.14(5)(c) (c) Holding rooms are not included in the rated capacity of a facility.
DOC 346.14(5)(d) (d) Juveniles may not be held in a holding room for more than 24 continuous hours.
DOC 346.14(5)(e) (e) Holding rooms outside the secure perimeter shall comply with the requirements of this section.
DOC 346.14(6) (6)Receiving cells.
DOC 346.14(6)(a)(a) All receiving cells shall be designed and used for single occupancy.
DOC 346.14(6)(b) (b) Each receiving cell shall have all of the following:
DOC 346.14(6)(b)1. 1. A rigidly constructed metal bed with the frame bracketed to the wall or bolted to the floor or a bed built in masonry construction or similar strength.
DOC 346.14(6)(b)2. 2. A detention strength, metal, institution-type wash basin and toilet. The wash basin and toilet may be combined in one unit. The wash basin shall have hot and cold running water.
DOC 346.14(6)(b)3. 3. Detention strength light fixtures that provide at least 30 foot candles at 30 inches above the floor. Lights shall have a dimming capability or there shall be a nightlight to allow for comfortable sleeping. There shall be enough illumination for observation of juveniles during security checks.
DOC 346.14(6)(b)4. 4. A minimum floor area of 35 square feet of unencumbered space. The distance between the floor and ceiling may not be less than 8 feet and the distance between opposite walls may not be less than 6 feet.
DOC 346.14(6)(c) (c) Receiving cells are not included in determining the rated capacity of a facility.
DOC 346.14(6)(d) (d) Juveniles may not be held in a receiving cell for more than 72 continuous hours.
DOC 346.14(7) (7)Natural lighting. Cells under sub. (2) and s. DOC 346.15 and dormitories under sub. (3) shall be provided with natural light in accordance with the International Building Code, s. 1204 as adopted by the department of safety and professional services under s. SPS 361.05 (1). Artificial light may not be used as an alternative to the natural light requirements under the International Building Code.
DOC 346.14(8) (8)Exterior windows.
DOC 346.14(8)(a)(a) This subsection applies to all windows that lead to the exterior of the facility or to an area outside the secure perimeter of the facility.
DOC 346.14(8)(b) (b) All exterior windows shall be translucent or shall be located to prevent persons outside the secure perimeter of the facility from observing juveniles within the facility.
DOC 346.14(8)(c) (c) Each exterior window that has an opening in any direction in excess of 5½ inches shall be covered with security steel grills to prevent escape.
DOC 346.14(8)(d) (d) If an exterior window is accessible to juveniles and opens, the window shall be mounted in a detention strength frame and shall be covered on the inside with a 1,600 pound per lineal inch tensile strength security screen of .047 mil. wire diameter to prevent the passage of contraband.
DOC 346.14(8)(e) (e) If an exterior window is not accessible to juveniles and opens, the screen shall have a tensile strength of at least 800 pounds per lineal inch and shall be made of wire of at least .028 mil. diameter.
DOC 346.14(8)(f) (f) If an exterior window does not open, whether or not it is accessible to juveniles, the security screen required under par. (d) or (e) may be omitted if the window is mounted in a detention strength frame and the pane is security glass of sufficient strength to resist breakage and prevent the passage of contraband.
DOC 346.14(9) (9)Showers. There shall be at least one shower for every 8 juveniles. There shall be an adequate supply of hot and cold water so that juveniles shall be permitted to shower on a daily basis.
DOC 346.14(10) (10)Multi-purpose space. Facilities shall contain multi-purpose space which shall have a minimum of 300 square feet of floor area or provide 35 square feet of floor area for the maximum number of juveniles expected to use the space at one time, whichever is greater.
DOC 346.14(11) (11)Classroom space. For juvenile detention facilities which are constructed or substantially remodeled after November 1, 2010, there shall be classroom space designed in conformity with local or state educational requirements.
DOC 346.14(12) (12)Health care area. If medical or dental services are provided in the facility, there shall be sufficient space, equipment, supplies and materials for the performance of primary health care delivery in a confidential and private manner. The superintendent shall consult with the health care provider to determine the adequacy of the space, equipment, supplies and materials.
DOC 346.14(13) (13)Outdoor recreation space.
DOC 346.14(13)(a)(a) If provided, there shall be a minimum of 70 square feet of outdoor recreational space per occupant.
DOC 346.14(13)(b) (b) The operational plan under s. DOC 346.04 shall contain policies and procedures for the safe and secure use of outdoor recreational space.
DOC 346.14(14) (14)Storage space.
DOC 346.14(14)(a)(a) Sufficient space shall be provided in the facility to store and issue clothing, bedding, cleaning supplies and other items for daily operations.
DOC 346.14(14)(b) (b) Space shall be provided for storing the personal property of juveniles safely and securely.
DOC 346.14(15) (15)Visiting space. Sufficient space for visitation shall be provided.
DOC 346.14 History History: CR 09-039: cr. Register October 2010 No. 658, eff. 11-1-10; correction to numbering of (2) (c) 6. made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 1., Stats., Register October 2010 No. 658; correction in (7) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 6., 7., Stats., Register January 2012 No. 673.
DOC 346.15 DOC 346.15 Double celling.
DOC 346.15(1)(1) A juvenile detention facility may use cells for double occupancy. This section does not apply to a juvenile portion of a county jail.
DOC 346.15(2) (2) If a juvenile detention facility determines based on all the criteria under s. DOC 346.10 that placement of a juvenile in a double cell may jeopardize the health or safety of the juvenile, other juveniles in the facility, staff or the community, the juvenile may not be placed in a double cell. If a juvenile detention facility determines based on all the criteria under s. DOC 346.10 that placement of 2 particular juveniles in a double cell may jeopardize the health or safety of either juvenile, other juveniles in the facility, staff or the community, those juveniles may not be placed together in the double cell.
DOC 346.15(3) (3) In addition to the requirements for single occupancy cells under s. DOC 346.14 (2) and before a cell may be used for double occupancy, all of the following conditions shall be met:
DOC 346.15(3)(a) (a) Minimum floor area.
DOC 346.15(3)(a)1.1. In juvenile detention facilities which were constructed or substantially remodeled between October 1, 1994 and November 1, 2010, a cell shall have a minimum floor area of 70 square feet. The distance between the floor and ceiling may not be less than 8 feet and the distance between opposite walls may not be less than 6 feet.
DOC 346.15(3)(a)2. 2. In juvenile detention facilities which were constructed before October 1, 1994 and have not been substantially remodeled after October 1, 1994, a cell shall have a minimum floor area of 54 square feet. The distance between the floor and ceiling may not be less than 8 feet and the distance between opposite walls may not be less than 6 feet.
DOC 346.15(3)(a)3. 3. In juvenile detention facilities which are constructed or substantially remodeled after November 1, 2010, a cell shall have a minimum floor area of 70 square feet of unencumbered space.
DOC 346.15(3)(b) (b) Receiving cells. Receiving cells may not be used for double occupancy.
DOC 346.15(3)(c) (c) Single occupancy cells. Each juvenile detention facility shall maintain a minimum of 2 cells which are designed and used for single occupancy only.
DOC 346.15(3)(d) (d) Double occupancy cells. A juvenile detention facility may not exceed 75% double occupancy of the total number of cells, excluding receiving cells and holding rooms.
DOC 346.15(3)(e) (e) Clothing hooks. Each cell shall contain a minimum of two nonremovable, collapsible, detention strength clothing and towel hooks for each occupant.
DOC 346.15(3)(f) (f) Anti-rollout plates. For facilities constructed or substantially remodeled after November 1, 2010, all upper bunks shall be equipped with an anti-rollout plate.
DOC 346.15 History History: CR 09-039: cr. Register October 2010 No. 658, eff. 11-1-10.
DOC 346.16 DOC 346.16 Fire protection.
DOC 346.16(1)(1) The operational plan under s. DOC 346.04 shall contain policies and procedures relating to fire protection and evacuation, including evacuation of persons with disabilities and appropriate training of staff. The policies and procedures shall comply with local fire department recommendations.
DOC 346.16(2) (2) The evacuation plan shall be posted in a conspicuous place for staff to view.
DOC 346.16(3) (3) The facility shall have and shall properly maintain fire alarms, smoke and thermal detectors, and fire extinguishers. The facility shall place this equipment in accordance with the advice of the local fire department.
DOC 346.16(4) (4) All staff shall be trained in the proper use of the equipment in sub. (3) and in emergency rescue and evacuation procedures. Documentation of such training shall be maintained in the facility files.
DOC 346.16(5) (5) There shall be fire inspection services at least annually with documentation of such inspection in facility files.
DOC 346.16 History History: CR 09-039: cr. Register October 2010 No. 658, eff. 11-1-10.
DOC 346.17 DOC 346.17 Sanitation.
DOC 346.17(1)(1)Food service.
DOC 346.17(1)(a)(a) No person who is known to be infected with a disease in a form that is communicable by food handling may be employed or work as a food handler in a facility. If the superintendent suspects that a person has a communicable disease that may be transmitted by food handling, the superintendent shall exclude the person from working with food and, in the case of a reportable communicable disease defined under s. DHS 145.03 (4), shall notify the local health authority immediately.
DOC 346.17(1)(b) (b) No person may use tobacco in food storage or food preparation areas, or while serving food.
DOC 346.17(1)(c) (c) All persons who work in food service areas shall wear clean garments and clean caps or hairnets, and shall keep their hands clean at all times when engaged in the handling of food, drink, utensils or equipment. Particular attention shall be given to the cleaning of fingernails.
DOC 346.17(1)(d) (d) Adequate and convenient hand washing facilities shall be provided for use by persons working in food services areas, including hot and cold running water, soap and approved sanitary towels. Use of a common towel is prohibited.
DOC 346.17(1)(e) (e) All milk and milk products served shall be pasteurized and shall be from sources certified as grade A.
DOC 346.17(1)(f) (f) No spoiled or contaminated food may be used.
DOC 346.17(1)(g) (g) All raw vegetables, fruits and poultry shall be thoroughly washed in clean water.
DOC 346.17(1)(h) (h) All purchased meats and poultry shall be from sources that are subject to federal or state inspection.
DOC 346.17(1)(i) (i) All ice used for cooling drinks or food by direct contact shall be from a safe public water supply and stored and handled to prevent contamination.
DOC 346.17(1)(j) (j) Food shall be prepared by methods that conserve nutritive value, flavor and appearance.
DOC 346.17(1)(k) (k) Food shall be covered or protected when in transit.
DOC 346.17(1)(L) (L) Food and drink shall be stored in a clean, well-ventilated place protected from insects, dust, vermin, overhead leakage, sewage backflow and other contamination.
DOC 346.17(1)(m) (m) Staple foods and bulk supplies of flour, sugar and similar ingredients shall be stored in metal or plastic containers with tight-fitting covers once the original container is opened.
DOC 346.17(1)(n) (n) Food shall be stored at least 6 inches above the floor on clean surfaces to permit cleaning underneath and to protect from splash and other contamination.
DOC 346.17(1)(o) (o) All readily perishable foods, except when being prepared or served, shall be refrigerated at or below 40° F.
DOC 346.17(1)(p) (p) Dishes, glassware, utensils and other food use or service equipment shall be stored in an area protected from contamination.
DOC 346.17(1)(q) (q) Tables, cooking and working surfaces and food contact surfaces of equipment, including multi-use utensils, shall be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized after each usage.
DOC 346.17(1)(r) (r) The walls, floors and ceilings of all rooms in which food or drink is stored, prepared or served, or in which utensils are washed shall be kept clean and in good repair.
DOC 346.17(1)(s) (s) Ventilation fans, oven hoods and ducts shall be kept clean and free of grease.
DOC 346.17(1)(t) (t) Animals shall be kept out of the kitchen, pantry or places where food is handled or prepared.
DOC 346.17(1)(u) (u) All garbage and kitchen refuse which is not disposed of through a garbage disposal unit connected with the sewerage system shall be kept in leak-proof, nonabsorbent containers with close-fitting covers in areas separate from those used for preparation and storage of food. The contents shall be removed as often as necessary to prevent decomposition and overflow. Garbage containers shall be reasonably clean and show no evidence of accumulated grease of longstanding.
DOC 346.17(2) (2)Utensil cleaning.
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