No. Offenders in general population have their cell doors opened in the morning for “roll call.” Their cell doors remain open throughout the day and they are able to mingle in the housing unit’s day room. Each day room is equipped with a TV, tables, and chairs. Following the evening roll call, the offenders return to their cells and the doors are locked until the next day. Offenders in “Maximum Security” are confined to their cells throughout the day, but are allowed outside of their cell for 1 hour. In that time, they are allowed to conduct hygiene activities, exercise, and make phone calls.