Utah Admin. Code R251-708-3 - Policy
Current through Bulletin No. 2021-18, September 15, 2021
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(1) The Department shall maintain perimeter patrols to:
(a) provide security;
(b) prevent escape;
(c) restrict access to Prison property;
(d) control visitor traffic;
(e) provide escape pursuit when necessary;
(f) maintain order; and
(g) prevent introduction of contraband.
(2) Perimeter patrols shall assist the facilitation of traffic through the secure perimeter at various access points by verifying the identity of persons at those points.
(3) Perimeter patrols shall:
(a) respond to all persons including hunters, walkers, joggers, off-road vehicle riders, and other vehicles on prison property or immediately adjacent areas;
(b) investigate any suspicious person or circumstance; and
(c) arrest or cite violators when required.
(4) Perimeter patrols shall not allow non-prison personnel to wait in vehicles in parking lots or other areas of prison property.
(5) Perimeter patrols shall investigate unoccupied vehicles on or near the prison perimeter and may impound any vehicle which appears to present a security risk to the prison.