60 Days In

60 Days In Information

60 Days In is a reality television series on A&E. It premiered on March 10, 2016.


The series follows seven individuals as they volunteer to go undercover, spending 60 days as inmates in the Clark County Jail (also known as the Michael Becher Adult Correctional Complex), in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Their goal is to obtain evidence of questionable or illegal activities within the jail that might be missed by the guards and surveillance systems.

The existence of the undercover program is kept secret from the inmates, the guards, and most of the jail officials. Prior to entering the jail, the volunteers receive instruction on how to act around other inmates; they are also briefed on the cover stories they should tell, including details of the (fake) charges on which they were arrested.

Because producers realized that it would be difficult for volunteers to remain undercover after the first season, a second season was produced before the series premiered. Representatives from A&E told Business Insider that multiple corrections officers were fired due to the program. According to the producers, valid releases to appear on television were obtained from inmates, but they were not told the actual reason that the releases were needed.


Sheriff Jamey Noel

Captain Scottie Maples

Maryum Ali, daughter of Muhammad Ali, is a featured volunteer

Barbra Roylance Williams (also credited as Barbra Roylance and R. W. Parka) is an actress and bit-part player in B movies.

Tami was in law enforcement, and also appeared in truTV's Caught Red Handed, a show about shoplifters.

Robert, a teacher living in Philadelphia, spent a month in solitary confinement during his 5 week stay in jail. He left due to an illness. The doctor told him a severe flank strain could not be detected by a CT scan, but was most likely caused from constipation. Robert went on the show to raise money for orphans he volunteers with in other countries. With the money earned, he got three kids off the street in Haiti and back in school. To learn more about Roberts philanthropic deeds go to letshelporphans.org

Unfortunately for Robert he came across as an "obnoxious jerk" because he does not respect jail. "The convicted should be working to pay their debt to society, not eating Swiss Cake Rolls and watching TV." He stated, "Jail is for people who are a threat to society, not non-violent drug users. The current system breaks apart families and is a burden on the taxpayers."

He previously appeared in TLC's Extreme Time Cheaters.

Isaiah Jenkins, has a brother in jail for five years.

Zac was a US Marine. He is pursuing a law enforcement career. He acted in "Homicide Hunters" as Silas Nelson.

Jeff left the project early, fearing for his safety after being assaulted by another inmate. Participants were given signals and code-phrases to alert the production crew in the event of distress.

DiAundr Newby (real inmate), has criticized the editing, saying that events and timelines were altered.


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See also

Production contract with Clark County Jail

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