The next NO MORE JAILS LA is this Sunday February 17 5 pm
Chuco’s Justice Center
1137 E. Redondo Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90302
On the border between South Central L.A. and Inglewood, one light west of Florence and Crenshaw.
The LA County Jail proposal is coming to the BOS in the next 2-3 weeks. It looks like it is not on this Tuesday’s agenda but a report on status of implementation on recommendations from the Citizens Commission on Jail Violence is at 9 am
And a report on implementation of AB109 at 2 pm
The following jail reports that were presented to BOS staff on Feb 6
We will be summarizing the reports and creating talking points for review and practice at Sunday’s NMJs meeting.
A. Alternatives to Incarceration ( I assume this means a report on the measures they have taken )
B. Jail Plan
Ptichess Women’s Village
Men’s Central Jail Replacement Project
C. Other Facilities
Mira Loma Detention Facility
Community Correctional Facilities – Taft ( I believe this the out-of county transfer site)
U. S. Marshall’s Contract
We want to mobilize folks to two meetings next week.
February 19, 2013
We want to mobilize people to the Tuesday’s BOS meeting. Kenneth Hall of Administration, 500 W Temple St.
February 20 2013 10 am
Public Safety Cluster (a meeting to keep BOS public safety staff informed). An extensive discussion on above reports will be had. There is Public Comment. Kenneth Hall of Administration in Rm. 830 500 W Temple St
Two Agenda Items for BOS Meeting on February 19 and we will add our own two cents on the upcoming jail plans
Status reports as requested by the Board relating to violence in the Los Angeles County jail facilities and the Citizens’ Commission on Jail Violence’s recommendations as presented to the Board at the meeting of October 9, 2012:
Report by the implementation monitor on the Citizens’ Commission on Jail Violence recommendations.
Report by the Sheriff on his vision for the implementation of the Citizens’ Commission on Jail Violence recommendations and reforms related to the Sheriff’s Department’s organizational chart, including the duties of each proposed position as recommended by the Commission, and the status of the search for an Assistant Sheriff for Custody.
Report by the Chief Executive Officer and County Counsel on the fiscal analysis and what it would entail to implement the Office of Inspector General.
Report by County Counsel of applicable laws and possible structure of an Office of Inspector General or Independent Commission to provide comprehensive oversight and monitoring of the Sheriff’s Department and its jails. (12-5525)
S-4. 2:00 p.m.
The Chief Probation Officer’s status report of the Probation Department’s implementation of AB 109, as requested at the meeting of December 11, 2012 under Agenda No. 50-A. Also consideration of the Chief Probation Officer and the Director of Mental Health’s report on AB 109 regarding the issue of addressing the reduction of recidivism, with focus on rehabilitation and re-entry; and feedback on the issue of compliance checks within the Sheriff’s Department, local police departments, and other departments including if a process has been developed, and whether the departments are becoming more comfortable with compliance checks, as requested by the Board at the meeting of January 22, 2013
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