12 inmate money account l.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
12. INMATE MONEY ACCOUNT PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
12. INMATE MONEY ACCOUNT

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 55

12. INMATE MONEY ACCOUNT - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 924 Views
  • Uploaded on

12. INMATE MONEY ACCOUNT Unit Goal 12.1: The student will be able to summarize the process of maintaining inmate money accounts. 12.1.1 The student will be able to identify the method of receiving money into an inmate’s trust account.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about '12. INMATE MONEY ACCOUNT' - adamdaniel


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
slide2

Unit Goal 12.1: The student will be able to summarize the process of maintaining inmate money accounts.

slide3

12.1.1 The student will be able to identify the method of receiving money into an inmate’s trust account.

3 inmates shall not have access to inmate records nor handle inmate monies or commissary accounts

3. Inmates shall not have access to inmate records, nor handle inmate monies or commissary accounts

4 inmates shall not perform maintenance of locking systems and other security detention devices

4. Inmates shall not perform maintenance of locking systems and other security detention devices

slide11

D. Record the amount of the deposit, type of deposit (check, money order, cash, etc.), date, depositor, name of the inmate, inmate identifier, and location of inmate. Give copy of receipt to inmate.

g funds should then be credited to individual money accounts as required to update current balance

G. Funds should then be credited to individual money accounts, as required to update current balance

h money received through mail should be receipted and deposited in the inmate s account

H. Money received through mail should be receipted and deposited in the inmate’s account

slide19

B. TCJS 269.1 - The sheriff/operator shall maintain a record on each inmate including any receipts and expenditures of inmate accounts

slide20

12.1.3 The student will be able to explain the importance of ensuring accounts have sufficient funds to cover expenses.

slide24

12.1.4 The student will be able to explain the importance of updating inmate’s commissary expenditure record.

12 1 5 the student will be able to explain important considerations of commissary privileges

12.1.5 The student will be able to explain important considerations of commissary privileges.

slide34

D. TCJS 291.3 – Inmate Commissary Plan: Each facility shall have and implement a written plan, approved by the commission, governing the availability and use of an inmate commissary, which allows for the purchase of hygiene items and sundries. The plan shall do the following:

slide38

4. Provide for yearly audits by the county auditor in accordance with the Local Government Code 351.0415.

slide39

a. LGC 351.0415 – Commissary Operations by Sheriff: (a) The sheriff of a county may operate, or contract with another person to operate, a commissary for the use of the prisoners committed to the county jail. The commissary must be operated in accordance with rules adopted by the Commission on Jail Standards.

b the sheriff
(b) The sheriff:
  • (1) has exclusive control of the commissary funds;
  • (2) shall maintain commissary accounts showing the amount of proceeds from the commissary operation and the amount and purpose of disbursements made from the proceeds; and
  • (3) shall accept new bids to renew contracts of commissary suppliers every five years.
c the sheriff may use commissary proceeds only to
(c) The sheriff may use commissary proceeds only to:
  • (1) fund, staff, and equip a program addressing the social needs of the county prisoners, including an educational or recreational program and religious or rehabilitative counseling;
  • (2) supply county prisoners with clothing, writing materials, and hygiene supplies;
  • (3) establish, staff, and equip the commissary operation; or
  • (4) fund, staff, and equip a library for the educational use of county prisoners.
slide42

(d) At least once each county fiscal year, or more often if the commissioners court desires, the auditor shall, without advance notice, fully examine the jail commissary accounts. The auditor shall verify the correctness of the accounts and report the findings of the examination to the commissioner’s court of the county at its next term beginning after the date the audit is completed.

slide44

6. Provide that all expenditures from commissary proceeds be made in accordance with the LGC 351.0415.

12 1 6 the student will be able to identify the methods of distributing inmate commissary purchases

12.1.6 The student will be able to identify the methods of distributing inmate commissary purchases.

morris v texas department of corrections 762 s w 2d 667 tex app tyler 1988
Morris v. Texas Department of Corrections, 762 S.W.2d 667 (Tex. App. – Tyler 1988)
  • After getting a judgment from a fellow inmate, inmate David Gene Morris filed an application for a writ of garnishment against the Texas Department of Corrections to encumber funds held by the Department in the inmate trust fund account for the fellow inmate and to recover the judgment awarding all such funds necessary to satisfy this judgment.
brewer v collins 857 s w 2d 819 tex app hous 1 dist 1993
Brewer v. Collins, 857 S.W.2d 819 (Tex.App.-Hous. (1 Dist. 1993)
  • Inmate brought a pro se in forma pauperis action against the employees of the Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, alleging negligence and violations of his due process rights guaranteed by State and Federal Constitutions. This arose due to the Department seizing funds from the inmate’s trust fund to pay for the destruction of a pair of handcuffs for which the inmate was liable.