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Definition of prisoner
1: a person deprived of liberty and kept under involuntary restraint, confinement, or custody; especially : one on trial or in prison
2: someone restrained as if in prison <a prisoner of her own conscience>
The convict code was theorized as a set of tacit behavioural norms which exercised a pervasive impact on the conduct of prisoners. Competency in following the routines demanded by the code partly determined the inmate’s identity as a convict. As a set of values and behavioural guidelines, the convict code referred to the behaviour of inmates in antagonising staff members and to the mutual solidarity between inmates as well as the tendency to the non-disclosure to prison authorities of prisoner activities and to resistance to rehabilitation programmes. Thus, it was seen as providing an expression and form of communal resistance and allowed for the psychological survival of the individual under extremely repressive and regimented systems of carceral control.
Sykes outlined some of the most salient points of this code as it applied in the post-war period in the United States:
- Don’t interfere with inmate interests.
- Never rat on a con.
- Don’t be nosy.
- Keep off a man’s back.
- Don’t put a guy on the spot.
- Be loyal to your class.
- Be cool.
- Do your own time.
- Don’t bring heat.
- Don’t exploit inmates.
- Don’t cop out.
- Be tough.
- Be wary, and try to be a man.
- Never talk to a screw.
- Have a connection.
- Be sharp.