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Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. STATUS OF RECOMMENDATIONS Citizens’ Commission on Jail Violence January 21, 2014. Leroy D. Baca Sheriff. 2013 YEAR END FORCE STATISTICS.

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Los Angeles County

Sheriff’s Department

STATUS OF RECOMMENDATIONS

Citizens’ Commission on Jail Violence

January 21, 2014

Leroy D. Baca

Sheriff

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2013 YEAR END FORCE STATISTICS

  • Of the total uses of force, there have been 17 investigations generated, two of which are being investigated criminally.
  • Source: FAST, PPI, and facility logs as of January 9, 2014
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2013 YEAR END FORCE STATISTICS

  • 72 percent of force incidents in 2013 were Category 1 (no injury).
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2013 YEAR END FORCE STATISTICS

  • Significant Use of Force was defined as force resulting in a complaint of pain, visible injury, indication of or alleged misconduct, or application of any force greater than described as insignificant.
  • A Use of Force is classified as Category 2 whenever the application results in any identifiable injury or involves any application of force not defined in Category 1 (i.e. Hobbling, resisted control holds, take downs, use of OC spray or powder).
  • Category 3 Uses of Force includes head strikes, shootings, fractures, deliberately/recklessly striking the head against hard, fixed objects, or any force which results in an IAB response.
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BODY SCANNERS

  • Two pilot scanners have been installed at IRC.
  • Policy and procedures are being approved by Executives.
  • Training of staff is scheduled at the end of this month.
  • The 90-day pilot program is expected to begin in February.
  • If successful, additional scanners will be installed at other facilities.
  • Implementation was delayed due to:
      • Procurement process
      • Grievance by competing bidder
      • Development of Custom software for LASD implementation
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INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS

  • ICIB has reduced its average case completion time and its average case load per investigator.
  • As of January 1, 2014, IAB now conducts all administrative investigations that result from an incident involving Category 2 uses of force in Custody.
  • The Department created a website that allows employees to anonymously report potential misconduct.
      • An e-mail was sent to all employees regarding the website’s creation and instructions for its use.
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GRIEVANCE PROCESS

  • Inmate Grievance/Request module in CARTS is deployed and collecting data at North, South, and NCCF.
      • Phase 1 goal to have deployment at all facilities by June 30 is ahead of schedule.
      • Department to provide quarterly updates
  • The configuration of the iPads is completed.
      • Pilot locations will be at MCJ and CRDF.
  • Inmate Grievance Coordinator has established working group to improve the grievance process.
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RECOMMENDATION STATUS

* CCJV items are filled, however other supervisory vacancies still exist

  • The majority of the remaining unfilled items are professional staff positions which take significantly longer to hire.