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1 CORRECTIONS FY Budget Worksession July 21, 2008

2 Organization Chart Proposed FY Budget Budget Overview Significant Issues Summary PRESENTATION OUTLINE

3 Organization Chart Proposed FY Budget Budget Overview Significant Issues Summary PRESENTATION OUTLINE

4 ORGANIZATION CHART Chief – Michael A. Tidwell Deputy Chief – Scott Bradstreet Deputy Chief – Cornita Riley Chief – Michael A. Tidwell Deputy Chief – Scott Bradstreet Deputy Chief – Cornita Riley Inmate Records & Classification Jill Hobbs Inmate Records & Classification Jill Hobbs Security Operations Team A Richard Anderson Security Operations Team A Richard Anderson Community Corrections Don Bjoring Community Corrections Don Bjoring Human Relations William Rivera Human Relations William Rivera Inmate Programs & Support Lee Isbell Inmate Programs & Support Lee Isbell Security Operations Team B Raul Banasco Security Operations Team B Raul Banasco Health Services Donna Loyko Health Services Donna Loyko Fiscal Frank Priola Fiscal Frank Priola

5 Organization Chart Proposed FY Budget Budget Overview Significant Future Issues Summary PRESENTATION OUTLINE

6 PROPOSED FY BUDGET Current FY 08$ Change Proposed FY 09 Personal Services$ 120.8M$ 2.1M$ 122.9M Operating Budget 34.6M (2.1M) 32.5M Budget Change0.0% Staffing1,882(3)1,879

7 PROPOSED FY BUDGET Budgetary Impact of Inmate Population Growth $ 20 Million

8 Organization Chart Proposed FY Budget Budget Overview Significant Issues Summary PRESENTATION OUTLINE

9 Budget Increases BUDGET OVERVIEW Salaries, Taxes, FRS $2,300,000 Life & Health700,000 Perimeter Security needs600,000 Programs400,000 Consumables350,000 Radios200,000 Total $4.55M

10 Budget Decreases BUDGET OVERVIEW Self Insurance/Risk ($1,100,000) One-Time Purchases (1,100,000) Overtime (900,000) Interfund Transfers (Grants) (486,000) Training Fund (167,000) Temp Services (130,000) Total ($3.88M)

11 Juvenile Assessment Center BUDGET OVERVIEW FY 08 JAC Budget $1,400,000 FY 09 Contract 937,000 Net Change ($ 463,000)

12 Organization Chart Proposed FY Budget Budget Overview Significant Issues Summary PRESENTATION OUTLINE

13 SIGNIFICANT ISSUES Facility Medical Population

14 SIGNIFICANT ISSUES Facility Medical Population

15 SIGNIFICANT ISSUES Two Populations –Jail Inmates –Community Corrections Population

16 SIGNIFICANT ISSUES Two Populations –Jail Inmates –Community Corrections Population

17 Historical Bookings Jail Population SIGNIFICANT ISSUES

18 Booking Projections Jail Population Jail Population SIGNIFICANT ISSUES

19 Historical Population Jail Population Jail Population SIGNIFICANT ISSUES

20 Actual Population (2008) Jail Population Jail Population SIGNIFICANT ISSUES

21 Population Projections Jail Population SIGNIFICANT ISSUES

22 Bookings up 8% over last year Increasing law enforcement State budget cuts in criminal justice increased case processing time Average length of stay increased, adding over 80 inmates Contributing Factors Jail Population SIGNIFICANT ISSUES

23 Our population today is 4,711 Jail population may exceed 6,000 by 2016 Current design capacity is 4,105 We may need more than 2,000 new beds by 2016 Population Data Jail Population SIGNIFICANT ISSUES

24 We need more jail beds quickly We will need even more in the future Current need is for 400 to 600 beds Jail Bed Needs Jail Population SIGNIFICANT ISSUES

25 Population Summary Todays male population is over 20% above design capacity The population has grown 14.6% this year There is no sign of slowdown in bookings or growth Jail Population

26 SIGNIFICANT ISSUES Challenges Increased inmate incidents Staffing issues Rising maintenance needs Increased food & medicine needs Other additional costs Jail Population

27 SIGNIFICANT ISSUES Two Populations –Jail Inmates –Community Corrections Population

28 Orange County Jail Community Corrections Division SIGNIFICANT ISSUES CCD Population COMMUNITY

29 SIGNIFICANT ISSUES The Community Corrections Division (CCD) supervises over 8,000 offenders Provides effective alternative sanctions Provides pretrial and sentenced supervision CCD Population Community Corrections

30 SIGNIFICANT ISSUES Community Corrections Provide free labor to governments and charities Divert first-time offenders from prosecution Collect restitution and child support Enforce the orders of the court CCD Population

31 Community Corrections * Annualized CCD Population SIGNIFICANT ISSUES

32 CCD Population Challenges Increasing caseload Staffing issues External program resources Increased technology costs

33 SIGNIFICANT ISSUES Facility Medical Population

34 Increased staffing needs –Nursing shortage Rising cost of health care –In the jail –Hospitalizations Rising cost of medications –12 – 15% per year Managing older and sicker inmate population HEALTH SERVICES OVERVIEW Challenges

35 On Site Staff Medical Director Physicians/Nurse Practitioners Psychiatrists Dentist Nursing/MH/Dental HEALTH SERVICES OVERVIEW Pictures

36 On Site Services Pharmacy Sick Call Clinics X-Ray & Ultrasound Dental Mental Health Dialysis HEALTH SERVICES OVERVIEW Pictures

37 Additional Services Hospitalization Emergency Transports Discharge Planning Referrals to Community Specialist High Risk OB Surgical & Urological Consults HEALTH SERVICES OVERVIEW Pictures

38 Statistics 4,700 Inmates 50 Inmates on Insulin 100 Inmates Detoxing 180 Inmates Screened 2-3 Dialysis Patients 6,500 Pills DAY IN THE LIFE Pictures

39 Statistics 600 Patient Contacts 100 Physical Assessments Lab Draws 90 Tested for TB Calls High Risk Pregnancies DAY IN THE LIFE Pictures

40 COMMUNITY IMPACT INFECTIOUS DISEASES HIV TB STD Hep A,B,C HIV TB STD Hep A, B, C JailCommunity

41 COMMUNITY IMPACT CHRONIC DISEASES Diabetes Cancer Cardiac Drug Abuse Mental Illness Diabetes Cancer Cardiac Drug Abuse Mental Illness JailCommunity

42 SIGNIFICANT ISSUES Population Growth Staffing Managing Older and Sicker Inmate Population Cost of Medical Care Pictures

43 SIGNIFICANT ISSUES Facility Medical Population

44 Impact to Proposed Budget New Inmate Housing –Capital –Operating Central Receiving Center Funding Summary PRESENTATION OUTLINE

45 Impact to Proposed Budget New Inmate Housing –Capital –Operating Central Receiving Center Funding Summary PRESENTATION OUTLINE

46 IMPACT TO PROPOSED BUDGET Rising crime rate More deputies/police officers –Orange County added 88 deputies –Orlando added 75 officers Less funding for court system –Inmates are staying longer Jail population is growing at a fast rate

47 IMPACT TO PROPOSED BUDGET Inmate population –Dec – 4,096 –Today – 4,711 –Population has grown by 14.6% over the last year Corrections proposed a lean budget based on 4,100 inmates

48 IMPACT TO PROPOSED BUDGET Additional Costs More inmates means additional: –Meals –Hospital stays –Medical supplies –Other supplies Estimated impact = approximately $2 million

49 Impact to Proposed Budget New Inmate Housing –Capital –Operating Central Receiving Center Funding Summary PRESENTATION OUTLINE

50 NEW INMATE HOUSING Jail capacity – 4,105 Current population – 4,711 Male population over 20% above capacity Based on inmate population growth –Immediate need for an additional 400 – 600 beds –May need 2,000 new beds by 2016

51 NEW INMATE HOUSING Internal group evaluating facility options: –Sprung structures –Tilt-up construction Considerations for constructing a new facility: –Cost –Timeline for construction –Site impact –Operations Preliminary estimated cost – $11 million Follow-up presentation in October for final recommendation and Board approval

52 Impact to Proposed Budget New Inmate Housing –Capital –Operating Central Receiving Center Funding Summary PRESENTATION OUTLINE

53 NEW INMATE HOUSING Operational costs of new facility: –New security and medical staff - approximately 100 new positions –Other operational costs Preliminary estimate of annualized costs = $5.75 million

54 Impact to Proposed Budget New Inmate Housing –Capital –Operating Central Receiving Center Funding Summary PRESENTATION OUTLINE

55 CENTRAL RECEIVING CENTER CRC: Keeps the most vulnerable out of jail 54,000 jail bed days saved Reduces the need to add even more expensive new jail capacity State cut funding from $3 million in FY 06 to $500K in FY 09

56 Impact to Proposed Budget New Inmate Housing –Capital –Operating Central Receiving Center Funding Summary PRESENTATION OUTLINE

57 FUNDING SUMMARY Budget impact of rising inmate population$ 2.00 New inmate housing facility –Capital $11.00 –Operations $ 5.75 CRC funding $ 1.25 Total funding $20.00 In Millions

58 FUNDING SUMMARY Total funding = $20 million –Appropriated in budget under inmate housing expansion –New inmate housing facility subject to final Board approval after October follow-up presentation Funding available from: –Operational savings –Eliminating capital projects –Reducing Legacy program

59 CORRECTIONS FY Budget Worksession July 21, 2008


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