The display of annoyance, hostility, contempt, courage, or anunbroken spirit toward others.
The need for drugs. Also, a physical act by officers,including use by electric shock (taser, stun gun).
Stands for " all the way " . When a prisoner is finished with his sentence inMaryland the officer that comes to get him to take him to be released willannounce for him to "pack it up , ATW." (MD)
Associate Warden. In some western prisons, this may refer to the AryanWarrior gang.
B & B:
Bag and Baggage - to leave prison or jail.
A weak prisoner used for sex, a "punk." (FL)
A correctional officer.
Loose-leafed tobacco purchased at a canteen.
The mental health ward or a prisoner who is a mental healthpatient.(MI)
A knife. Also called a burner or a shank.
To fear a certain area or restrict one from an area, such as a cell. As in "Youare barred from this side of the yard."
Bastille by the Bay:
San Quentin, a term coined by San Francisco columnist Herb Caen.Also, the title of a column in the now-defunct
San Quentin News
Sex offender (England), also called a "nonce."
Slot through which food trays are inserted. Also, slot through whichad seg prisoners are cuffed prior to leaving cell. (TX)
Beat Your Feet:
Order by an officer for a prisoner to move out of an area. (TX)
A disciplinary charge, as to "catch a beef."
Be Farts and Cell Partners:
Beans and franks. (archiac)
The Black Guerrilla Family, an African-American prison gang that origintedas a revolutionary organization influenced by George Jackson.
Prison term. Also called "bit."