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BOC Agenda for October 18, 2016

Regular Meeting

Lexington Assessment & Reception Center
15151 Highway 39
Lexington, Oklahoma 

1:00 p.m.

October 18, 2016

Members of the Board of Corrections will be dining together before the Board meeting.

No business will be conducted during this time period.

Amended Agenda

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The next regular meeting of the Board of Corrections is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 17, 2016, at the James Crabtree Correctional Center in Helena, Oklahoma.
Updated on 10/17/2016 11:30 AM

  1. Call to Order and Roll Call - Michael W. Roach, Chair
  2. Welcome/Remarks - Greg Williams, Division Manager, West Institutions
  3. Old Business - Michael W. Roach, Chair
  4. Approval of Board of Corrections Meeting Minutes of Regular Meeting on September 13, 2016 - Michael W. Roach, Chair
  5. Approval of Board of Corrections Policies (P-070100, Provision of Food Services,  P-080100, Mission and Management of Correctional Industries, P-110100, Uniform Personnel Standards) - Penny Brooksher, Administrator, Auditing and Compliance
  6. Approval of Appointments (Casey Hamilton, Warden, Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center, Jim Farris, Warden, Jess Dunn Correctional Center and Jeorld Braggs, Jr., Warden, Lexington Assessment and Reception Center) - David Parker, Division Manager, East Institutions and Greg Williams, Division Manager, West Institutions
  7. Notification to Board of Corrections of Emergency Purchases Under $75,000 (Repair or Replacement of Main Water Well Pump for Lexington Assessment & Reception Center and Joseph Harp Correctional Center) - Joe M. Allbaugh, Director
    “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.” 61 O.S. § 130.B
  8. Monthly Update of FY 2017 Agency Budget - Ashlee Clemmons, Chief Administrator, Business Services
  9. Approval of Expenditure of $10.1M Returned to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections - Joe M. Allbaugh, Director
  10. Quarterly Update of Financial Internal Audits (April 1 – June 30, 2016) - Patrick Donnelly, Auditor, Compliance & Auditing
  11. Monthly Update of Offender Population - Laura Pitman, Ph.D., Division Manager, Field Services
  12. Legislative Update - Marilyn Davidson, Legislative Liaison
  13. Committee Reports - Committee Chairs
    Standing Committees:
    Audit/Finance – Chair Frazier Henke, Members Todd Holder and Kevin Gross
    Corrections/Criminal Justice Reform – Chair Irma Newburn, Members Gene Haynes and Adam Luck
    Public Policy/Affairs – Chair Gene Haynes, Members Frazier Henke and Irma Newburn
    Population/Private Prisons – Chair Todd Holder, Members Michael Roach and Adam Luck
    Executive – Chair Michael Roach, Members Frazier Henke and Kevin Gross
  14. New Business - Michael W. Roach, Chair
  15. Announcements - Michael W. Roach, Chair
  16. Approval to Adjourn for Executive Session - David Cincotta, General Counsel
    Discussion of Pending Investigations and/or Lawsuits

    Homicide of Inmate John Vaughan #278519 at Dick Conner Correctional Center (case number IG 16-0133)

    Suicide of Inmate Robert Bishop #180696 at John Lilley Correctional Center (case number IG 16-0145)

    Homicide of Richard Wisener #721688 at Joseph Harp Correctional Center (case number IG 16-0151)

    Savage v. Fallin, et al., US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, case number 16-6083; US District Court (Western District of Oklahoma) case number 15-CV-01194-HE

    Tiffee v. Corrections Corporation of America, Inc., et al., Payne County District Court case number CJ-2016-378

    “Confidential communications between a public body and its attorney concerning a pending investigation, claim, or action if the public body, with the advice of its attorney, determines that disclosure will seriously impair the ability of the public body to process the claim or conduct a pending investigation, litigation, or proceeding in the public interest.” 25 O.S. § 307.B.4.
  17. Approval to Return from Executive Session - David Cincotta, General Counsel
  18. Adjournment - Michael W. Roach, Chair

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