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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

Department: Sheriff’s

Department: Sheriff’s Office – Jail Operations Cost Center: 10030326 Function: Public Safety Fund: General Mission Statement The mission of the Fayette County Jail is to safely and securely confine, in a manner, which recognizes recognizes individual dignity and rights, persons lawfully charged with a criminal offense, pending formal release from custody. The Jail is operated under the direction of the Sheriff of Fayette County, in accordance with the collective best interest of the County’s taxpayers. The Jail is a full-service detention facility that houses inmates arrested by any law enforcement agency in Fayette County. In addition to housing local inmates, the Jail accepts individuals wanted by other county and state law enforcement agencies. The primary function of the Jail is to confine inmates for the communities of Fayette County, including both male and female, pretrial and sentenced inmates. The philosophy of the Jail is to ensure that inmates leave the facility no worse physically, emotionally, or psychologically than when they entered. Inmates will be housed in a humane, dignified and constitutional manner until promptly adjudicated or released. Inmates will not be subject to the infliction of punishment other than loss of freedom. Supervision consistent with the applicable Georgia Sheriff’s Association and the American Correctional Association standards will be provided. The Jail will maintain a high degree of staff professionalism through training and education. Major Goals and Objectives It is the intention of the Jail Division to provide a safe and secure jail facility/environment for both inmates, pre-trial and sentenced, and Jail staff. We currently have ninety-eight (98) approved staff positions, which include administrative staff, supervisors, line officers (Detention Officers and Deputy Sheriff's). To that end, our goal is to maintain this facility to the highest degree with adequate staff requesting additional staff only when absolutely necessary, so as to lessen the impact on Fayette County taxpayers for each fiscal year. Significant Expenditure and Staffing Changes ◊ Two Captial/CIP projects were approved totaling $63,125. 189

Department: Sheriff’s Office – Jail Operations Cost Center: 10030326 Function: Public Safety Fund: General FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013 BUDGET SUMMARY APPROPRIATIONS Actual Budget Actual Adopted Personal Services $ 4,788,375 $ 5,031,402 $ 5,004,322 $ 5,021,365 Operating 1,437,478 1,402,659 1,533,226 1,408,919 Capital Outlay 19,385 47,670 66,751 28,978 Total Appropriations $ 6,245,238 $ 6,481,731 $ 6,604,300 $ 6,459,262 2008 2009 2010 2011 WORKLOAD INDICATORS Actual Actual Actual Actual Inmates Admitted 4,987 5,451 5,063 4,633 Average Daily Inmate Population 261 255 295 292 Inmates - Average length of stay in days 17.50 17.17 21.17 23.41 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 PERSONNEL - (FTE) Budget Budget Budget Adopted Total Personnel 97.725 97.725 97.725 97.725 Performance Measures With the loss of twenty-seven (27) Detention Officers in calendar year 2011 due to resignations, transfers & terminations, factored with vacation, sick leave and required departmental training, remaining staff have been forced to work numerous overtime hours. An added burden on this situation is the fact that Georgia law requires Detention Officers attend and successfully complete the “Basic Jailor” course within six months of being hired. Each time a Detention Officer leaves employment, a new Detention Officer must be hired and this process starts all over. These Basic Jailor courses are only offered periodically at the various Academies available to us, thus several officers must attend these courses at the same time. This creates staff shortages, temporarily, but due to the legal time constraint, there is no other option. 190

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