Repair tool for windows. Repairing sprinkler heads
Repair Tool For Windows
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Restraint Chair will be used as a punishment for Inmates who “cause problems.”
Unruly inmates get ‘the chair’ White County Jail home to new “seating” A new tool has found a home at the White County Jail for those inmates who “misbehave and cause problems,” said Sheriff Oddie Shoupe - a restraint chair. While the restraint chair has not been used as of yet because the entire staff must complete an instructional seminar on the proper use of the device, Shoupe said he hopes it deters some of the vandalism to jail property and alleviates some of the needless costs to the county. According to Shoupe, inmates have broken numerous windows, attempted to flush towels down the commode and caused destruction to a variety of other property at the jail. These items must then be replaced or repaired at the expense of the taxpayers. Shoupe said the chair would be used as a punishment for inmates who “cause major problems.” “They [the inmates] are not going to be mistreated,” said Shoupe, “but we are not going to allow any inmate to destroy county property and cost the taxpayers money to repair the jail. And they are not going to mistreat the correction officers, spit in their face and cause chaos in the facility.” Shoupe and Maj. Jim Baker, jail administrator, said correction officers are spit on, kicked at, and often have to try to control inmates while “they are not exactly on their best behavior.” “With the training, a complete policy and procedure manual is being created, to set down which actions will dictate the use of the time-out chair,” said Shoupe. “This is a jail, and they are here to serve out a court appointed sentence as punishment.” Shoupe also said White County Jail follows the standards set by law providing all necessary items, but does not “baby the prisoners.” “When they come here, they better not expect a free pass,” said Shoupe. “We provide nutritious meals, but if they don’t like spinach, too bad, it is on the menu quite often, because it is good for you.”
Tool Time with Muffin
We were replacing our back door and the door had been taken completely out by this point. Muffin sees this and thinks: "My peoples are here, and when they are here they give me special stuff like peanut butter on a stick, I think I'll hang around and see what happens." "Oh, and what are all these cool things on the ground?" The problem lies in the fact that at the time we had six cats (the number went down to 5 and back up to 7 since then). And all six of them are used to watching Muffin every day out the window. Muffin likes to come right up to the window and sit on the back of a deck chair and look in on them too. With no back door, everyone was suddenly seeing each other much better than ever before. We ended up locking up the cats in the bedroom for the duration of the repairs. They still had a window where they could watch what was going on, and Muffin continued to put on a cute little show all afternoon. Even after we gave her treats she hung out just to watch the excitement.