Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2021-04-04 21:21:09 –
Now, the overall idea of the prison trust seems to be questioned by the Oklahoma County Commissioner, who meets at 9am on Monday morning.
So far, the Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Department or Prison Trust has been short-lived since it was founded by the Commissioner in May 2019. Pick-up Oklahoma County Detention Center (Prison) on July 1, 2020.
The Commissioner has an item on Monday’s agenda to consider the “dissolution” of the prison trust.
This has come after the recent dramatic situation in prisons where detainees were taken hostage. One detainee, Curtis Montrel Williams, was shot dead by two Oklahoma City police officers on a team sent to rescue the hostages.
The County Commission’s regular meetings list items for executive sessions. Item 78 of the packed agenda states:
Measures for Confidential Communication Between Public Institutions and Their Lawyers
Ongoing investigations or claims regarding the dissolution of Oklahoma
With the advice of the county criminal justice authorities and their lawyers, the board
Disclosure was determined to significantly impair the processing capacity of public institutions
File a complaint or file a pending investigation, litigation, or public proceeding
Also on the agenda is sending about $ 100,000 from the funds of the two sheriffs to the prison trust.
Meetings are getting longer, with many budget items on the agenda and other heavy county projects.
There is no way to predict who will be there directly, as “one or more” of the commissioners may be in effect in attendance.
Residents can sign up and speak using the following information:
Citizen participation sign-up: [email protected]
Webex: https: //oklahomacounty.webex.com/meet/publicmeetings
1-408-418-9388 US Paid Access Code: 963 595 547
YouTube: https: //www.youtube.com/channel/UCz_5jEcl6kV8f6Y71exwfJA
Check out this space for Marty Peercy’s report on the meeting later Monday.
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