recreation time

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Oftentimes, an inmate is in restrictive housing without reading material or other means of passing the time, and showers and recreation time may be severely limited.
According to a survey conducted by Hipmunk, "72% of increase in traveling by Millennials; 55% Millennials extended the business trip for additional leisure and recreation time.
It brings multiple benefits, from encouraging people to spend recreation time outdoors, improving health and mental wellbeing, improving air quality, biodiversity and reducing flood risks.
It brings multiple benefits, from encouraging people to spend recreation time outdoors, improving health and mental well-being, improving air quality, biodiversity and reducing flood risks.
The court documents also said, "Mostafa [Kamel Mostafa] is permitted to one hour per day of recreation time outside of his cell.
A spokesman said the prisoners complained of various issues like food portions, recreation time and temperature.
After all the stress and pressure the engagements and events that have been held this year, may this Christmas season provide you relaxation and recreation time for your family and loved ones as we prepare for the coming year.
Hamza, 59, now has one hour a day of recreation time at the ADX Florence "supermax" prison in Colorado - but it takes place in an outdoor "cage" .
Hamza, 59, now has one hour a day of recreation time at the ADX Florence prison, in Colorado, but it takes place in an outdoor "cage" no bigger than his cell.
Initially, the jail's officers manually logged each inmate's record using paper and pen, and fed the various details - such as that individual's recreation time and the specifics of any interactions - into the computer, to be stored in the facility's jail-management system.
They have recreation time after that, to visit with one another, play games, do crafts, watch television and simply relax before bedtime.
Working with local actors, it will strengthen "Pelota al Medio a la Esperanza," a program designed to put recreation time to good use and deter school desertion; implement interventions to prevent partner violence; promote social and work reintegration of ex-convicts; create safe urban spaces; and finance violence-prevention micro-initiatives within local communities.
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