Reviewed on: June 17,2019

What is a "prison pod"?

I read online that someone I know has been arrested for a first degree felony. The inmate is listed as being in "prison pod" What does that mean?

Asked: June 11,2019
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The pod is a sub-section within the detention center. It is usually a large triangular room with cells lining one of the walls stacked two high. There is an open unit with a TV, several tables that are made for jails with four seats attached. The entire table is attached to the floor. The showers are in the open, in view of the guards who are stationed in a protected booth that looks down on the entire pod

Accepted Answer Date Created: June 12,2019