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BOC Agenda for June 24, 2020

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The next regular meeting of the Board of Corrections will be held at 1:00 PM on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at the Eddie Warrior Correctional Center, Taft, Oklahoma. Updated on 6/12/2020 2:03:47 PM

1.Call to Order

A. Pledge of Allegiance
B. Roll Call

T. Hastings Siegfried, Chair
2.
Approval of Board of Corrections Regular Meeting Minutes for: 

A. March 11, 2020

T. Hastings Siegfried, Chair
3.
Director’s Comments

A. Agency response to COVID-19
B. Comanche County Detention Center Assistance
C. Emergency Purchases

Pursuant to 61 O.S. § 130, the chief administrative officer of a public agency with a governing body shall notify the governing body within ten (10) days of the declaration of an emergency if the governing body did not approve the emergency. The notification shall contain a statement of the reasons for the action, and shall be recorded in the official minutes of the governing body.

I. Emergency purchase authorization to  repair collapsed  sewer line at Lexington Assessment and Reception Center on June 1, 2020.
II. Emergency purchase authorization to repair power at Union City Community Corrections on June 9, 2020.

Scott Crow, Director
4.
Legislative Update
A.End of Session Report
B.Senate Bill 1424
C.House Bill 3756
Jessica Brown, Chief of Strategic Engagement
5.Inmate/Offender Population UpdateJason Bryant, Director
Classification and Population
6.Agency Budget Update
A. Board Reports July –   April 2020-Detailed
B. Statement Revolving Funds July-April FY20
C. Statement Federal Funds July-April FY20
D. FY2020 Appropriated Operating Budget 4-30-20
Ashlee Clemmons, Director, Business Services
7.Approval of Board of Corrections Policy:

A. P-020100 entitled “Management of Oklahoma Department of Corrections Information.”
B. P-060100 entitled “Classification and Case Management of Inmates/Offenders”
C. P-090100 entitled “Provisions of Programs”
D. P-120100 entitled “Management of State Funds and Assets”
E. P-170100 entitled “Community Sentencing"

Penny Lewis, Chief Compliance Officer
8.FY 2020 2nd Quarter Internal Audit Summary Report
A. Jess Dunn Correctional Center
B. Eddie Warrior Correctional Center
C. Jackie Brannon Correctional Center
D. Agri-Services at John Lilley and Lexington Assessment & Reception Center
E. Agri-Services at Jess Dunn Correctional Center
F. Agri-Services at James Crabtree Correctional Center
G. Agri-Services at William S. Key Correctional Center
H. Agri-Services at Washita Valley
I. Oklahoma State Penitentiary
J. Agri-Services at Jackie Brannon Meat Plant
K. Agri-Services at Howard McLeod Correctional Center
L. Agri-Services at Jackie Brannon & Mack Alford
M. Agri-Services Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center
N. Agri-Services Oklahoma State Reformatory
O. Lawton Community Corrections Center
P. Health Services
Penny Lewis, Chief Compliance Officer
9.Committee Reports – Standing Committees:

A. Executive – Chair Hastings Siegfried, Members Lynn Haueter and Dr. Kathryn LaFortune
B. Population/Security/Private Prisons – Chair Hastings Siegfried, Members Dr. Kathryn LaFortune and Calvin Prince
C. Public Policy/Affairs/Criminal Justice – Chair Betty Gesell, Members Joe Griffin, Dr. Kathryn LaFortune, Stephan Moore
D. Audit/Finance/Technology – Chair Lynn Haueter, Members Randy Chandler and Daryl Woodard

Committee Chairs
10.New BusinessT. Hastings Siegfried, Chair
11.
Approval to Enter into Executive Session

Pursuant to 25 O.S. § 307(B)(10), discussing contract negotiations involving contracts requiring approval of the Board of Corrections, which shall be limited to members of the public body, the attorney for the public body, and the immediate staff of the public body. No person who may profit directly or indirectly by a proposed transaction which is under consideration may be present or participate in the executive session.

A. Discussion of contract negotiations involving an amendment of the current Correctional Services Contract with Corrections Corporation of America (CoreCivic).
Gary Elliott, General Counsel
12.
Approval to Return from Executive Session
Gary Elliott, General Counsel
13.
Discussion and Approval of Amendment #5 Correctional   Services Contract with Corrections Corporation of America (Core Civic) to amend the term of the Contract by extending it for two years.
Gary Elliott, General Counsel
14.
Election of Officers
A. Chair
B. Vice-Chair
C. Secretary
All Members
15.AdjournmentT. Hastings Siegfried, Chair

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