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BOC Agenda for November 28, 2017


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The next regular meeting of the Board of Corrections will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at the Howard McLeod Correctional Center in Atoka, Oklahoma.
Updated on 11/21/2017 12:54 PM

Call to Order
Michael W. Roach, Chair
Pledge of Allegiance
Todd Holder, Secretary
Roll Call
Michael W. Roach, Chair
Welcome/Opening Remarks
Sharon McCoy, Warden
Eddie Warrior Correctional Center
 Introduction of Region I Wardens
  • Terry Royal, Oklahoma State Penitentiary
  • Jim Farris, Jess Dunn Correctional Center
  • Janet Dowling, Dick Conner Correctional Center
  • Mike Wade, Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Center
Millicent Newton-Embry, Director
Region I
 Introduction of Probation and Parole Services District Supervisors
  • Camille Porter, Community Sentencing
Kevin Duckworth, Director
Probation and Parole Services
Approval of Board of Corrections Meeting Minutes of Regular Meeting on October 24, 2017
Michael W. Roach, Chair
Director’s Comments
  • Health Services
  • Emergency Purchases:
    • to repair gas leak, $5,597.72, at Oklahoma City Community Corrections Center
    • to replace boiler, $24,773.07, at Oklahoma State Penitentiary
Joe M. Allbaugh, Director
Approval to Purchase Real Property at 2005 East Broadway, Enid, Oklahoma (Lot 6, Block 14 sd-E57 UNIVERSITY PLACE ADDITION S/2 9-22-6 YOUTH BUILDING Garfield County) adjacent to, and to become a part of, the Enid Community Corrections Center
Joe M. Allbaugh, Director
Update on Operations
  • Centralization of Facility Maintenance
  • Inventory Control
Scott Crow, Chief of Operations
Monthly Update on Inmate Population
Laura Pitman, Ph.D., Director
Population, Programs, and Strategic Planning
Approval of Board of Corrections Policies:
  • P-030100, Provisions of Services/Inmates Rights and Responsibilities
  • P-030200, Inmate Housing, Job and Program Integration
Penny Lewis, Director
Auditing and Compliance
Monthly Update of FY 2018 Agency Budget
Ashlee Clemmons, Chief Administrator
Business Services
Quarterly Update of FY 2018 Canteen Operations Update
(July 1, 2017 – September 30, 2017)
Ashlee Clemmons, Chief Administrator
Business Services
Quarterly Update of FY 2017 Oklahoma Correctional Industries Budget (April 1 – June 30, 2017)
Justin Farris, Director
Oklahoma Correctional Industries
Quarterly Update of FY 2018 Financial Internal Audits
(July 1 – September 30, 2017)
Patrick Donnelly, Auditor
Auditing and Compliance
Approval of FY 2019 Budget Request
Ashlee Clemmons, Director
Business Services
Monthly Legislative Update
Marilyn Davidson, Legislative Liaison
Committee Reports
Standing Committees:
  • Audit/Finance – Chair Frazier Henke, Members Todd Holder and Kevin Gross
  • Corrections/Criminal Justice Reform – Chair Adam Luck and Member Gene Haynes
  • Public Policy/Affairs – Chair Gene Haynes and Member Frazier Henke
  • Population/Private Prisons – Chair Todd Holder, Members Michael Roach and Adam Luck
  • Executive – Chair Michael Roach, Members Frazier Henke and Kevin Gross
Committee Chairs
New Business
Michael W. Roach, Chair
Michael W. Roach, Chair
Approval to Enter Executive Session Pursuant to 25 O.S. § 307 (B) for confidential communications between a public body and its attorney concerning the pending investigation of the homicide of inmate Joshua Zeno #734520 at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary (Case number IG 17-0208) if the public body, with the advice of its attorney, determines that disclosure will seriously impair the ability of the public body to conduct a pending investigation, litigation, or proceeding in the public interest. 307(B)(4)David Cincotta, General Counsel
Approval to Return from Executive Session
David Cincotta, General Counsel
Approval to Adjourn Meeting
Michael W. Roach, Chair

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