(b) When the growth or removal of a prisoner's hair, including facial hair, creates an identification problem a new photograph may be taken of that prisoner.
4.6 Personal Health Care Items
(b) In addition to the items listed in subdivision (a) of this Section, all women prisoners shall be provided at Department expense with necessary personal hygiene items.
(c) Towels shall be exchanged at least once per week. All other personal health care items issued pursuant to subdivisions (a) and (b) of this Section shall be replenished or replaced as needed.
(a) By September 1, 1978, all prisoners shall be entitled to wear clothing provided by the Department as needed. Such clothing shall be laundered and repaired at Department expense and shall include, but is not limited to:
(b) The Department may require sentenced prisoners to wear institutional clothing. Such clothing shall be provided, laundered and repaired at Department expense.
(c) Detainees shall be permitted to wear non-institutional clothing. Such clothing may include items:
(d) Prisoners shall be permitted to wear all items of clothing that are generally acceptable in public and that do not constitute a threat to the safety of an institution. Women shall be permitted to wear pants and slacks. Women and men shall be permitted to wear short pants and short-sleeve shirts during the warm weather months.
(e) Prisoners engaged in work assignment or outdoor recreation requiring special clothing shall be provided with such clothing at Department expense.
(b) Prior to being issued, all bedding items shall be checked for damage and repaired or cleaned, if necessary.
(c) Pillowcases and sheets shall be cleaned at least once each week. Blankets shall be cleaned at least once every three months. Mattresses shall be cleaned at least once every six months.
(d) Mattresses must be constructed of fire retardant materials. Mattress covers must be constructed of materials both water resistant and easily sanitized.
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