This is the FCI Sheridan SHU Commissary Sheet. It is given to inmates in administrative detention (AD) in the Special Housing Unit at the Federal Correctional Institution in Sheridan, Oregon. AD inmates are all inmates in SHU that are not is disciplinary segregation (DS). As you can see this list is quite a bit smaller than the one general population inmates are given. That is not right because AD inmates by definition are not in SHU for doing anything wrong. DS inmates on the other hand have been found guilty of a rule violation and are serving a sanction. AD inmates include those in SHU waiting to see the disciplinary officer after being given an incident report, those in protective custody either at their own request or by order of the staff, and those under investigation. Investigations include threat assessments that can last up to six months at which point they can still be kept in SHU if a second consecutive assessment is started.
People should not be punished for being in SHU unless they are on DS. They really need to sell all commissary items to SHU inmates in AD.