Specific requirements must be met before an inmate can become a trustee. In determining trustee eligibility, inmates are screened and evaluated. An inmate selected as a trustee will be an individual who is dependable and responds well to supervision. Trustee selection for an inmate will not be considered if the inmate is an escape risk or has any disciplinary problems. Being a trustee is a privilege that can be taken away at any time. Inmates with either felony or misdemeanor charges or convictions can be selected as inside or outside trustees.
Upon selection as a trustee, inmates are explained rules and regulations which trustees must comply with as stated in our Trustee Agreement Form. Inmates must then read and sign the Trustee Agreement Form acknowledging he/she has read and understands the rules of the trustee program and agrees to follow these established rules and regulations. Once signed, the inmate is allowed to participate as a trustee. The inmate shall receive a copy of his/her signed Trustee Agreement Form and a copy will be placed in the inmate’s jail jacket. The Warren County Jail has kitchen trustees, inside trustees, and outside trustees.
Rules that all trustees must abide by include:
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