institution shall develop and maintain a planned recreation and exercise
program of participant sports, exercise activities, and recreational
(2) All activities
shall be supervised by a recreational specialist, or Correctional Officer or
shall be provided for inmates to develop their individual physical fitness
through vigorous activities.
The institutional recreational program shall include as wide a range of both
outdoor and indoor activities as is consistent with demonstrated inmate
interest and availability or obtainability of supportive recreational
(5) A minimum of seven (7)
hours per week shall be programmed for the unrestricted inmate population for
outdoor exercise. Indoor exercise may be substituted during inclement weather
wherever appropriate facilities are available.
(a) Maximum security inmates shall be
provided a minimum of seven (7) hours of physical exercise or recreational
activities per week in a manner consistent with institutional custody,
security, disciplinary, and related requirements.
(b) Inmates under institutional restriction,
in administrative segregation, protective custody, or disciplinary isolation
shall be provided a minimum of five (5) hours of physical exercise or
recreational activities per week in a manner consistent with institutional
custody, security, disciplinary, and related requirements.
(7) Sports and/or recreational activities
which frequently or recurrently result in serious incidents and/or disturbances
shall be suspended or discontinued and other less disruptive activities
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 125-4-6-.01
Ga. Constitution 1983,
Art. XI, Sec. 1, O.C.G.A. Secs.
"Responsibility" adopted as R. 415-4-6-.01. F. Nov.
14, 1984; eff. Dec. 4, 1984, renumbered as R.
June 28, 1985; eff.
July 20, 1985, as specified by
Amended: F. Nov. 6,
1998; eff. Nov. 26, 1998.