Kay County Justice Facilities Authority

Friday, February 10, 2017

Kay County Detention Center

Newkirk, OK 74647

 

The Trustees of the Kay County Justice Facilities Authority (JFA) met in a regular session at 2:30 p.m., Friday, February 10, 2017, in the Sheriff’s training room of the Kay County Detention Center (KCDC) in Newkirk, OK.  Notice of the regular meeting was posted for public information on February 9, 2017 at the Kay County Detention Center front door and Sheriff’s training room door in Newkirk, OK.

Chairman Wes Young called the meeting to order.  Those present were as follows: Trustees- Jimmy Greenhagen; Steve Kelley; Lowell LeFebvre; Bruce Robinson; Don Jones, KCDC Director; David Cummings, JFA Attorney; Harold Hughs, KCDC Deputy Director; Kay Hughs, KCDC Administrative Assistant; Tammy Reese, Secretary/Kay County Clerk.   Absent: Trustee- Jim Stieber; Jason Shanks.  (See sign in sheet)

Wes Young gave the opening prayer.

Recognition of former Sheriff Van Hoesen was made for his years of service as a Trustee for the KCJFA.  Attorney Cummings noted that Sheriff Van Hoesen was acknowledged with a plaque at his retirement reception.

County Clerk Tammy Reese performed the Oath of Office for incoming Sheriff Steve Kelley as a Trustee for the KCJFA.  No action was taken.

Motion was made by Bruce Robinson and seconded by Jimmy Greenhagen approving the minutes of January 13, 2017.  Motion carried:  Greenhagen, aye; Kelley, aye; LeFebvre, aye; Robinson, aye; Young, aye.

Motion was made by Bruce Robinson and seconded by Lowell LeFebvre approving the minutes of December 9, 2016.  Roll call vote:  Greenhagen, abstained; Kelley, abstained; LeFebvre, aye; Robinson, aye; Young, aye.  Motion did not carry.

Motion was made by Jimmy Greenhagen and seconded by Bruce Robinson approving the minutes of October 14, 2016.  Motion carried:  Greenhagen, aye; Kelley, abstained; LeFebvre, aye; Robinson, aye; Young, aye.

Motion was made by Bruce Robinson and seconded by Lowell LeFebvre approving the minutes of June 10, 2016.  Motion carried:  Greenhagen, aye; Kelley, abstained; LeFebvre, aye; Robinson, aye; Young, aye.

Jail Director Report:  KCDCD Don Jones presented several reports.  He noted the current inmate population statistics and said currently KCDC is housing 315 inmates – 260 males and 56 females; 263 of the inmates have been incarcerated previously; 74 inmates have been sentenced to county time or time with Department of Corrections (DOC); 18 inmates are being housed for Bridgeway or BIA; 64 inmates are on medication regularly; four (4) inmates have been determined to be mentally ill; 25 are classified as sex offenders and 21 on restricted diets.  Jones told the average age for male inmates is 34.44 and female inmates 31.07; the oldest inmate is 79 and the youngest is 18 and housing five (5) on Writs.

Jones discussed Comparison Report 2015 and 2016 for the month of January noting the increase of inmates for 2016.

He told the current head was 331 with 58 being arrested and released over the weekend and 110 for the week.  Jones said 350 was the high on February 4, 2017.

Jones referenced the inmate commissary account information for January 2017 and told this was being done by calendar year not fiscal year.

He gave the Sales Tax Disbursement receipts for January 2017 as $299,946.00.  Jones reported total collections as $2,388,725, paid debt service as $1,003,464 and total collected for operations as $1,390,604.  He presented a Sales Tax Receipt Totals FYTD and the County Sales Tax Revenue FY2010 to FY2016 and noted it was down.  Jones gave a breakdown of sales tax revenue collected by cities in Kay County.  He also presented reports listing vendors billed, court services over-time paid, compensation holiday time liability and business phone activity.  Jones told how much money he has in each of his accounts and said he may be increasing transport staff.

Motion was made by Jimmy Greenhagen and seconded by Bruce Robinson approving signature updates (Sheriff and the Board of County Commissioners), for the Mutual Assistance Agreement between the Kay County Sheriff office and the KCDC.  Attorney Cummings explained the contents of the Agreement and explained it benefits each department with man power.  He also told it covers liability issues.  Motion carried:  Greenhagen, aye; Kelley, aye; LeFebvre, aye; Robinson, aye; Young, aye.

There were no unscheduled public appearances made.

Motion was made by Steve Kelley and seconded by Jimmy Greenhagen to adjourn.

 

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Approved this 10th day of March, 2017.

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                                                          Wes Young, Chairman

Attest:

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Tammy Reese, Kay County Clerk, Secretary

County of Kay, State of Oklahoma

Kay County, Justice Facilities Authority

(Seal)

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