1230.2 Design Criteria for Furnishings and Equipment
In living units, toilets must be available in a ratio to minors as follows:
|1. Juvenile halls||1:6;|
|2. Camps||1:10; and|
|3. Locked holding rooms||1:8:|
One toilet and one urinal may be substituted for every 15 males.
Note: Toilet areas shall provide privacy for the minor without mitigating staff's ability to supervise.
Beds shall be at least 30 inches (762 mm) wide and 76 inches (1930 mm) long and be of the solid bottom type or constructed of concrete. Beds shall be at least 12 inches (305 mm) off the floor and spaced no less than 36 inches (914 mm) apart. Bunk beds must have no less than 33 inches vertically between the solid bottoms. In secure facilities, the bunks shall be securely anchored and flushed against the floor and/or wall.
Lighting in locked sleeping rooms, single occupancy rooms, double occupancy rooms, dormitories, day rooms and activity areas shall provide not less than 20 footcandles (216 lux) of illumination at desk level. Night lighting is required in these areas to provide good visibility for supervision and be conducive to sleep.
In safety rooms, padding shall cover the entire floor, door, walls and everything on the walls to a clear height of 8 feet (2438 mm). Benches or platforms are not to be placed on the floor of this room.
- Approved for use by the State Fire Marshal;
- Nonporous to facilitate cleaning;
- At least 1/2 inch (12.7 mm) thick;
- Of a unitary or laminated construction to prevent its destruction by teeth, hand tearing or small metal objects;
- Firmly bonded to all padded surfaces to prevent tearing or ripping; and,
- Without any exposed seams susceptible to tearing or ripping.
Security glazing shall comply with the minimum requirements of one of the following test standards: American Society for Testing and Materials, ASTM F1233-98, Class III glass, or; California Department of Corrections, CDC 860-94d, Class C glass or; H.P. White Laboratory, Inc., HPW-TP-0500.02, Forced Entry Level III.