Using these distress signals would allow whoever's in jail to use a literal get-out-of-jail-free card. He's currently a model and entrepreneur and "is ready to see what his life would have been like had he not steered clear of drugs and crime. He was born on January 11, 1985 (35 years old) . Will the fact that Dennis is 6'3 and 200lbs help him navigate the prison? Many of Shanese’s students come from broken households where their parents are on drugs, incarcerated or dead. Nate Burrell (deceased) served as an active duty marine in the United States Marine Corps from 2006 to 2010 in the infantry where he completed two combat tours in Iraq. Wanted to experience what his life would have been like if he continued the lifestyle, and to understand his currently incarcerated son. Phase two of Sheriff Jamey Noel's unprecedented program begins with four new participants entering the Clark County Jail to continue the covert operation designed to root out corruption and contraband. While Donovan and Tony push well outside their comfort zone, the women witness things that bring them both to tears. A former veteran for both the army and the navy. He was the honor graduate in his boot camp class, was promoted quickly and ultimately attaining the rank of Sergeant (E-5) in the infantry. Jaclin and Matt both struggle with the decision to leave the program early, while the rest try to keep their wits as they finish the back half of the program. The potato-based food was occasionally used as currency, and was allegedly the cause of one of the fights on the show between two of the real inmates. With three participants in the jail and two more on their way in, Sheriff Lamb's mission-based program is off to the races. With only four participants left, the remaining men vie for status in the pod, but Ashley fears the female inmates know she’s a police officer, forcing Sheriff Horton and Chief Peek to make a difficult decision. A flood in the Fulton County Jail's South Annex, escalating problems with cellmates, and respect issues push the participants to the brink of despair. A spinoff titled 60 Days In: Narcoland was released on July 30, 2019.
", I think Dennis forgot he doesn’t have his offensive line to protect him in jail. He wants to join the program in order to uncover discrimination, unite the inmates, and learn how to actively fight recidivism and the escalating trends of convicted black men in America. Also, Dion was engaged to his fiancé Ashlee and Brian, Chris, Ryan, Monalisa, Quintin and Sheri celebrate with them. He wants to "walk the walk" and put his words into action, starting by living among a population he once put behind bars but now wants to serve. You can check out Dennis and the other participants' journeys on 60 Days In every Thursday night at 10pm on A&E. She hopes to connect with women inside through creating positive activities so they know there is more to life than four concrete walls.
With multiple participants already tapped out and another breaking all the rules, the program at the Etowah County Detention Center is at risk of failure, forcing Sheriff Horton and Chief Peek to take drastic measures. More than halfway through their time in jail, the participants struggle to make progress on their missions; as pod drama boils over, some hit their breaking point. You may say to yourself, "Hey, I'm in shape, and I like the allure of hanging out in a weight yard getting swole on Aramark food." Desires to gain knowledge of the criminal justice system to further her law career. ", Damn!!! The midway point of the experiment approaches; anger rises among the women of F-Pod; an inmate in C-Pod poses a danger to one of the men. Inmates were frequently served tater tots on their meal trays. A devout Christian with conservative values, Jennifer wants to be a role model for women and believes no inmate is beyond saving; however, she has no patience for people who make excuses for illegal behavior. The Sheriff and his team face a tough decision; the consequences of one participant's actions put the remaining participants in very real danger. Well, you could commit a crime and jump into the life head first, or, check out Dennis' upcoming journey on 60 Days In.
 Season 2 premiered August 18, 2016. He entered the program to see how Correctional Officers behave when they believe nobody is looking.
Matt wrestles with the most devastating moment of his life. All seven participants discuss their experiences; the women relive a contentious moment from inside jail; Tami confronts Robert about not taking the program seriously. Although he’s never been to jail, Matt is confident his experience in the Marine Corps will be an asset, as it has been for past Marines in the program. Her students say they’d rather be in jail where they’re guaranteed a hot meal and a place to sleep. He played college football at the University of Oregon. Dennis Dixon was born on the 11th of January 1985, which was a Friday. About 60 Days In. Maples follows through with consequences after Robert makes a risky move; Zac hunts for illegal drug use in C-pod; Tami clashes with another inmate. Dion Shepherd Jr. is a criminology student from Detroit. This video is unavailable. Inmate Ricky attacks Jeff, jeopardizing the program; Zac and Isaiah move from the familiar confines of C-Pod to the more violent D-Pod; Barbra feels betrayed by her F-Pod bunkmates; Robert learns that he will return to general population.
The show premiered on March 10, 2016.
Desires to better understand the trauma experienced by those behind bars in order to help in their rehabilitation. He currently works for California Department of Corrections and is an active speaker at colleges and high schools nationally. Mark Adger is the Colonel in the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta. He grew up one of nine siblings and his parents separated shortly after he was born. While Ashley believes in incarceration, she is concerned with the lack of rehabilitation inside correctional facilities across the country. For the first time in "60 Days In" history, more participants struggle to survive the intense program and are forced to quit the program early, as the newly elected Sheriff takes over one of the worst facilities the series has ever seen. Michelle Polley is currently working in Property Management, but she has been interested in the Criminal Justice field all her life. I feel like I might already have an advantage in prison because I'm Muslim, so I've got a strong network of brothers to help keep me safe behind bars without having to convert. The fifth season premiered on January 3, 2019. He felt he could have easily ended up behind bars like many of his friends and family. Matt served in the Marine Corps for four years, Matt is tough on crime and loves a good mission. The participants struggle with race politics, jailhouse thieves, and protecting their cover stories; the secrets become too difficult for one participant to keep. For the first time, all seven participants meet with the sheriff and his team to discuss the craziest moments from their time in the Pinal County Jail. Even though Angele believed Gabrielle would not disclose her undercover status to the other inmates, after her sudden removal this information is revealed. Meanwhile, Zone 500 is raided for contraband after Alan's roommate makes a shank, and Matt is at odds with his roommate Lawrence in Zone 600, and fears he may have to fight him. Seasons 3 and 4 saw the show's setting moved to the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta.. Jon McAdams is a veteran and former law enforcement agent who became disenchanted with the system and now wants to dedicate his professional life to civil-rights activism. He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. As the participants begin to focus on their missions, some find early success while others are met with immediate interference; Sheriff Lamb is forced to make a tough decision. Thanksgiving presents new challenges and opportunities; one of the six remaining participants is pushed to the breaking point. The five remaining participants try to finish up their final days inside jail as pressure builds within the pods. Though Jacob finds his job rewarding and believes that he is a positive role model to the inmates, he is disheartened by the corruption and complacency of his fellow officers. Keith Peek, Assistant Chief Corrections officer warned Dennis not to be too cocky going into Etowah, which has a 110 inmate to correctional officer ratio. Having watched every episode of the series, Alex thinks going to jail will be a nice reprieve from the stresses of college life. Subsequently, he received his associate degree in criminal justice and law enforcement in 2014 in order to become a fish and wildlife officer in Michigan. The remaining six participants face turning points; Ashleigh has a life-altering realization; Quintin and Sheri feel conflicted as they go deep under cover; Monalisa and Dion realize that they cannot escape their pasts. Although it was repeatedly mentioned that Maryum Ali was given an alias to use because of her famous father (boxer Muhammad Ali), it was later revealed that volunteer Robert was also using an alias while imprisoned, and that he would blow his cover if he visited an emergency room and gave his real name.. Dennis Lee Dixon Jr. is an American football quarterback for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. Grew up influenced by gangs. Jazmyn is confident that she can figure out how the gangs within the jail operate. Well, were you top-college-athlete level in shape? In many respects of his own personal life, he has.