- OUTSIDE THE PRISON CELL
- Prisoners are generally allowed out of their cells for only one hour a day , often they are kept in solitary confinement. in the doors of their cells. When supermax inmates are allowed to exercise, this may take place in a small, enclosed area where the prisoner will exercise alone.Prisoners are under constant surveillance, usually with closed-circuit television cameras. Cell doors are usually opaque, while the cells may be windowless.