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Orange County Corrections. FY 2014-15 Budget Worksession July 14, 2014. Organization Chart Proposed FY 2014-15 Budget Accomplishments Budget Challenges Summary. Presentation Outline. Organization Chart Proposed FY 2014-15 Budget Accomplishments Budget Challenges Summary.

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Orange county corrections

Orange CountyCorrections

FY 2014-15

Budget Worksession

July 14, 2014


Presentation outline

Organization Chart

Proposed FY 2014-15 Budget

Accomplishments

Budget Challenges

Summary

Presentation Outline


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Organization Chart

Proposed FY 2014-15 Budget

Accomplishments

Budget Challenges

Summary

Presentation Outline


Organization chart

Organization Chart

Chief Cornita A. Riley

Acting Deputy Chief Kenneth “Vic” Adkins

Acting Deputy Chief Karen Cann

Security Operations - Detention

Acting Major Bryan Holt

Health Services

Dr. Robert Buck

Security Operations - Support

Major Rich Powell

Community Corrections

Ann Marie Giltner

Jane Jenkins

Health Services

Administrator

Inmate Administration

Ann Marie Giltner

Fiscal

Frank A. Priola


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Organization Chart

Proposed FY 2014-15 Budget

Accomplishments

Budget Challenges

Summary

Presentation Outline


Proposed fy 2014 15 budget

Proposed FY 2014-15 Budget


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Proposed FY 2014-15 Budget

Capital Improvement Projects (CIP)


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Organization Chart

Proposed FY 2014-15 Budget

Accomplishments

Budget Challenges

Summary

Presentation Outline


Orange county corrections

Implemented Evidence Based Risk Screening and Assessment tool to better identify and address inmate and client needs for reducing recidivism.

Added a medical and dental clinic in Horizon, which improved patients access to care and increased safety by reducing patient transports across campus.

Pretrial Services Unit screened and interviewed approximately 22,500 inmates and gathered key information to assist judiciary with making meaningful detention and release decisions during First Appearances.

Accomplishments


Orange county corrections

Special Response Team (SRT) conducted 364 “high risk” transports to area courts, hospitals, and other correctional agencies without incident.

Safely transported more than 50,000 inmates over 140,000 miles to various locations throughout Orange County without incident.

Over 650 Work Release inmates utilized the Goodwill Job Club program with 242 of them gaining employment.

Collected over $2.2 million for housing of federal inmates

Accomplishments


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Organization Chart

Proposed FY 2014-15 Budget

Accomplishments

Budget Challenges

Summary

Presentation Outline


Orange county corrections

Budget Challenges

  • Inmate population is key to Corrections budget costs and can be affected by:

  • Legislation

  • Judiciary

  • Law enforcement

  • More than 140 certified staff (Correctional Officers through Deputy Chief) are currently eligible for retirement

  • Impact of retirements on organizational stability and budget


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Organization Chart

Proposed FY 2014-15 Budget

Accomplishments

Budget Challenges

Summary

Presentation Outline


Orange county corrections

Summary

  • OCCD continues to meet the budget guidelines

  • Constant population monitoring is required to effectively manage population

  • Potential retirements is a concern


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Orange County Corrections

FY 2014-15

Budget Worksession

July 14, 2014


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