Minimum-In: Work assignments for Minimum-In inmates must be on-property at a minimum, medium or close security facility and may be supervised
by non-security personnel with the express approval of the Warden/designee.
Minimum-Out: Minimum-Out inmates can be assigned to off-property work details without the direct supervision of correctional officers. Minimum-Out inmates will
generally be assigned to Community Work Centers (CWC), with higher security facilities only maintaining a small number for job assignments requiring minimal supervision.
Minimum-Community (Min-Comm): Inmates in this custody are allowed gainful employment in the community on a full-time basis and will be supervised in community based facilities when not working.
Medium:(security level four) correctional facilities are designed for housing inmates who have demonstrated less severe behavioral problems. Inmates are considered to be suitable for participation in formalized institutional treatment programs, work assignments, or other activities within the confines of an institution.
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Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women opened in December 1942 and is located in Wetumpka, AL. The facility was named in honor of the ""Angel of the Stockades"", Julia S. Tutwiler, a noted Alabama educator and crusader for inmate education, classification, and for improving prison conditions.
Tutwiler serves as the receiving unit for all female inmates coming in to the state prison system. The facility has a mental health unit, a medical infirmary, and units for inmates who are pregnant or aged and/or infirmed. Additionally, Tutwiler has an auditorium, a chapel, and offers substance-abuse treatment and administrative ancillary services. Tutwiler’s clothing plant manufactures inmate clothing items for ADOC and county jails. As Tutwiler has a female death row unit, it is classified as a close custody facility.