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Many institutions and the Deparment's Office of Public Affairs have received phone calls from your family and friends regarding Initiative Petition 40 (IP 40) and Senate Bill 1087 (SB 1087).
These two proposals have been assigned ballot measure number. IP 40 is now known as Measure 61 and SB 1087 is now known as Measure 57. Both measures would increase the penalties of property and drug offenses and they will be on November's ballot. Both measures would result in a significant increase in Oregon's prison population over time.
These are two complicated measures and Department of Correction's (DOC) staff has heard rumors and misconceptions about these measures. Hopefully the following facts will clarify some of those misconceptions.
* True - If Measure 61 passes, mandatory minimum prison sentences will not be abolished.
* True - If Measure 61 passes, DOC will not have release authority and will not request it.
* True - If either measure passes, offenders will not be released early.
The Department's current plans include temporary/emergency beds, rental beds and new prison construction. All institutions will be affected to some degree if either measure passes. The goal is to have the smallest impact on the system as possible.
The Inmate Habitability workgroup will be visiting each institution to talk with inmates. These visits will occur September through October. We will continue to keep you updated on this process.
3RD ANNUAL INMATE ART CONTEST - 2009;
The Oregon Department of Corrections invites you to participate in the 2rd annual Inmate Art Contest. Pictures will be judged and the winning art will be displayed at Central Office for one year - from September 1, 2009 until August 31, 2010.
Due to another event held each spring, we are moving the art contest display period to that noted above. Here is a chance to share your talent with the broad range of people who frequent the department. This contest is open to all inmates regardless of incentive level. There is no limit to the number of pictures you may submit.
To make it fair for everyone, we are restricting what you can submit, as follows:
* Inmates may select the medium of their choice from art supplies available on commissary (pencil, watercolors, colored pencil, or pen) and submit their work on any size paper. For framing purposes, the outer dimensions of your picture should be 7 1/2" x 9 1/2", 10 1/2" x 13 1/2" or 14" x 17".
* Themes may be open-ended, except where they would violate department rules; i.e., no security threat references, violence, nudity or sexually expllicit material or promotion of criminal activities, etc., will be allowed.
Prizes will be awarded based on the medium used: pencil, watercolor, colored pencil or pen. Prizes in the four categories will be awarded for each item chosen to be displayed:
* First Prizes - $100.00
* Second Prizes $ 75.00
* Third Prizes - $ 50.00
* Honorable Mentions - $ 10.00
* Chosen for Display - $ 5.00
In addition to the monetary awards....
* The department will frame all pictures selected to be displayed.
* If you choose, you may offer your work for sale. If the picture sells, then the department will post the
money to you inmate trust account. The buyer will receive the picture after the year-long display
period. If it is not displayed , the buyer will take immediate possession.
* After the year-long display period, or if your work is not displayed, unsold art will be forwarded to a
person of your choosing. (No art will be returned to the institution.)
Your submission(s) must arrive at the Dome Building by June 1, 2009. Each piece must include the following on the back of the picture:
* Your full name and SID#.
* Title of your piece.
* If for sale, include a set price. No "or best offers", etc.
* Full name and complete address of the person to mail your artwork to if it is not sold or you don't wish
to sell it.
Your friends and family members are welcome to come by any time, Monday - Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm, to view the art on display at the Dome Building. Your are responsible for any costs associated with forwarding your artwork to the address below:
Oregon Department of Corrections
Susan Roberts
Manager / Central Support Services
2575 Center St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
FROM FOOD SERVICES MANAGER
RE: Changes to the meat alternative tray
DOC has made a change state wide to the meat alternative tray. Effective October 15, 2008 at lunch and dinner, the meat alternative tray will be served the same salad as the main line meal. If salad is not served on the main line meal then tossed green salad and dressing will be served with the meat alternative tray. Potato salad, beet salad, pasta salad, vegetable salad and gelatin salad are examples of some of the salads the meat alternative tray will now be served. In addition, meals where main line is served baked potatoes, inmates taking the meat alternative tray will have their choice of either the baked potato or the current offering of rice. Any condiments or toppings served to main line for the potato will not be served with the meat alternative tray.
FROM THE ASST. SUPT. -- GENERAL SERVICES
It has been decided to change our procedure for assigning Unit Orderlies. Effective immediately, Inmates assigned as a Unit Orderly will remain in that assigned position for a minimum of 90 days. Unit Orderlies, however, will be allowed to pursue work assignments that offer a higher PRAS award. This change has occurred due to the high amount of Inmates being rotated to other positions on the unit before they fully understand what is expected of them. In our efforts to emphasize the importance of this position, I have authorized the restroom orderly and shower orderly to receive 7 PRAS points daily, the other orderly positions will remain at their present level.
FROM THE OPERATIONS CAPTAIN
CD orders from Edward R. Hamilton
(Hamilton Book.com) will no longer be approved. They are unable to comply with our Package Authorization process.
FROM OCE
WORK OPPORTUNITY
Oregon Corrections Enterprises Call Center at Snake River Correctional Institute currently has openings for the position of Inmate Telephone Agent. To be eligible, you must meet certain criteria.
FROM THE BUSINESS OFFICE;
CHANGE IN CD 28 (REQUEST FOR WITHDRAWAL OF FUNDS)
PROCESS:
With an effective date of August 11, 2008, CD 28's are now to be signed (Inmate Signature) in front of your housing unit officer (security staff), who will verify you are authorizing the request for release of funds from your account. Your housing unit officer will stamp the CD 28, which then will be forwarded to Business Services for review and approval. Once approved, you CD 28 will be mailed to Salem. Copies will no longer be provided, so you will need to keep track of these requests yourself. If you are filling out a CD 28 on your housing unit for medical, dental or special recreational events, a housing unit officer must verify and stamp your CD 28 before being processed to Health Services or Recreation. All CD 28's must be signed in front of a staff member and stamped (Library, Receiving & Release).
DEPOSITS TO TRUST ACCOUNTS
Central Trust knows how important it is for you to have incoming funds posted to your account as soon as possible. We strive to post funds the same day we receive them. However, when a money order or cashier's check is not filled out properly or the information is illegible, a delay will occur in posting the money to your account or the funds may be returned to the sender. We ask that you pass on the following information to your family and friends who send money to your account.
1). Make the money order/cashier's check payable to: "DOC," with the inmate's name and SID number.
Example: Payable to: DOC for John Doe, SID # 1234567.
On the money order/cashier's check, write the name and mailing address of purchaser, including city, state, and zip code. This information must be legible.
2). Funds should not be mailed to the institution. All money orders/cashier's checks should be sent to the following address only:
Central Trust
Oregon Department of Corrections
PO Box 14400
Salem, OR 97309-5077
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November 7, 2008
FROM CENTRAL TRUST
HOLICAY SPENDING PERIOD
The 2008 Holiday Spending period will be from Monday December 1st, through Friday January 2nd, 2009.
The canteen spending limit will be increased to $100.00 per week for Incentive Level 1 and Level 4 inmates; to $120.00 for Incentive Level 2 and Level 5 inmates; and to $150.00 for Incentive Level 3 and Level 6 inmates. Please note, the increased spending limit does not mean that you are automatically allowed to send extra money home.
November debt collection will occur prior to the beginning of the holiday spending period. During the spending period, Central Trust will not collect existing DOC debt. However, please be advised that non DOC debt such as court fees and garnishment orders will be collected during the spending period. Inmates who are indebted to the Department of Corrections may only spend funds posted to your account for postage, copies and commissary items. If you are indebted, Central Trust will not process CD-28's to send funds out.
At the conclusion of the holiday spending period, any funds remaining in accounts of indebted inmates, will be collected and applied to your debt. This is scheduled to occur at the end of business on January 2nd.
FROM DOC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
The Elections Division of the Secretary of State's office has provided the following information related to the voting rights of felons.
* The general rule is that felons, while in the custody of the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC),
cannot vote. (ORS 137.281)
* Individuals regain their vvoting rights as soon as they are discharged or paroled from DOC custody.
* The can again lose their voting privileges if they are returned to DOC custody through parole or pro-
bation revocation.
* Any temporary period of stayed execution is included as part of custody (such as delay after sentencing
before the felon must report to DOC).
* All others in the criminal justice system may vote. This group includes pre-trial detainees, persons
serving sentences in county jails, and persons on parole or probation.
* The only inmates in county jails who are not eligible to vote are those who are in DOC custody and are
temporarily transferred to a county jail (for a trial, sentencing, space issues, etc.).
* All voters' ballots that may be sent in via mail or hand-carried in by visitors for inmates will be consid-
ered contraband.
If you have any questions, please direct them to your institution counselor.
ADMINISTRATIVE RULES
Below is a list of status changes for the DOC administrative rules since 9/05/08:
Proposed Rules and Temporary Rules:
* Prison Term Modification (Div 097) -- Open for review and comment until 12/15/08. Also temp-
orarily adopted effective 9/12/08
* Transfers (Community Corrections) (Div 019) -- Open for review and comment until 12/15/08
Permanent Rules:
* Contracts and Government Agreements (Div 026) -- effective 8/29/08
* Purchasing (Div 164) -- effective 8/29/08
* Visiting (Inmate) (Div 127) -- effective 9/26/08
* Marriages and Domestic Partnershiip Solemnization Ceremonies (Div 133) -- effective 9/26/08
* Victim Services Program (Div 205) -- effective 10/06/08
Copies of proprosed rules are available free of charge to inmates and members of the public from the Law Library. ODOC proposed and permanent rules are available for review in the inmate legal library.
O D O C Inmate Newsletters
Calendars: With the holiday season close at hand, the department has received many questions about calendars. The department has decided to allow inmates the option to receive commercially produced calendars through the mail again this holiday season. 2009 Calendars must be purchased and sent from an approved publisher / distributor during the time period of November 01, 2008 through February 28, 2009. The calendars must meet the following criteria:
* Your calendar must be sent directly from an approved publisher / distributor.
* Your calendar must be No larger than 12" wide and 24" long when unfolded.
* Your calendar must have no sexual or sexually suggestive content, no nudity, no gang imagery, and no graphic violent content.
* Your calendar must have a plastic or stapled binding. Wire bindings will not be allowed.
* Your calendar will be stored in accordance with you institution's standards regarding storage of property.
* For the period from November 01, 2008 until February 28, 2009, you or your friends and family may purchase one calendar for you as long as it meets all these criteria.
* Calendars must be received at the institution mailroom before March 14, 2009.
Each year, many questions have come up concerning non-commercial, homemade calendars using photocopies or computer generated graphics or calendars produced by non-profit organizations like churches. These calendars will be allowed to be mailed to you throughout the coming year so long as any pictures, graphic images, photographs, or text do not contain sexual or sexually suggestive content, nudity, gang imagery, or graphic violent content.
Native American Calendars:
The 2009 Native American Prison Art Project calendars are available again this year through the mail. Artists from nine prisons participated in this year's project, and the donated artwork is outstanding! These are high quality, full color 11"x14" calendars.
We will be sending sample copies of the calendar to the Chaplain's office as soon as they are available so that you can look at them. Proceeds from the calendar go toward supporting the Women's Transition Fund.
If you would like to purchase a calendar, please fill out a CD28 for $15. to : Red Lodge Transition Services, P.O. Box 55157, Portland, OR 97238. Attach an envelope filled out to the Red Lodge Transitions Services with your CD 28 so that financial services can mail your check.
FROM DOC
Many institutions and the Department's Office of Public Affairs have received phone calls from your family and friends regarding Initiative Petition 40 (IP 40) and Senate Bill 1087 (SB 1087).
These two proposals have been assigned ballot measure numbers. IP40 is now known as Measure 61 and SB 1087 is now known as Measure 57.
Both measures would increase the penalties of property and drug offenses and they will be on November's ballot. Both measures would result in a significant increase in Oregon's prison population over time.
These are two compllicated measures and Department of Corrections' (DOC) staff has heard rumors and misconceptions about these measures. Hopefully the following facts will clarify some of those misconceptions.
* TRUE -- If Measure 61 passes, mandatory minimum prison sentences will not be abolished.
* TRUE -- If Measure 61 passes, DOC will not have release authority and will not request it.
* TRUE -- If either measure passes, offenders will not be released early.
The Department's current plans include temporary / emergency beds, rental beds and new prison construction. All institutions will be affected to some degree if either measure passes. The goal is to have the smallest impact on the system as possible.
The inmate Habitability workgroup will be visiting each institution to talk with inmates. These visits will occur September through October. We wil continue to keep you updated on this process.
3RD ANNUAL INMATE ART CONTEST - 2009;
The Oregon Department of Corrections invites you to participate in the 3rd annual Inmate Art Contest. Pictures will be judged and the winning art will be displayed at Central Office for one year -- from September 1, 2009 until August 31, 2010.
Due to another event held each spring, we are moving the art contest display period to that noted above. Here is a chance to share your talent with the broad range of people who frequent the department.
This contest is open to all inmates regardless of incentive level. There is no limit to the number of pictures you may submit.
To make it fair for everyone, we are restricting what you can submit, as follows:
* Inmates may select the medium of their choice from art supplies available on commissary (pencil, watercolors, colored pencil, or pen) and submit their work on any size paper. For framing purposes, the outer dimensions of your picture should be 7 1/2" x 9 1/2", or 10 1/2" x 13 1/2" or 14" x 17".
* Themes may be open-ended, except where they would violate department rules; i.e., no security threat refereences, violence, nudity or sexually expllicit material or promotion of criminal activities, etc., will be allowed.
Prizes will be awarded based on the medium used: pencil, watercolor, colored pencil or pen. Prizes in the four categories will be awarded for each item chosen to be displayed
(list of prizes given)
In addition to the monetary awards.....
* The department will frame all pictures selected to be displayed.
* If you choose, you may offer your work for sale. If the picture sells, then the department will post the
money to your inmate trust account. The buyer will receive the picture after the year-long display
period.
Your submission(s) must arrive at the Dome Building by June 1, 2009. Each piece must include the following on the back of the picture:
* Your full name and SID #.
* Title of your piece.
* If for sale, include a set price. No "or best offers", etc.
* Full name and complete address of the person to mail your artwork to if it is not sold or you don't
wish to sell it.
Your friends and family members are welcome to come by any time, Monday -- Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm, to view the art on display at the Dome Building.
You are responsible for any costs associated with forwarding your artwork to the address below:
Oregon Department of Corrections
Susan Roberts, Manager/Central Support Services
2575 Center St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
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FROM FOOD SERVICES MANAGER
Beverage changes in the inmate dining rooms:
Starting November 5, 2008 tea will be offered in place of soda pop at lunch each day. You will have the choice of either tea or water from the soft drink machines. Soft drinks will be available at dinner. This change in beverage service helps advance the goals of DOC to offer more variety and healthier choices in its food service. All DOC institutions are now required to serve tea or water at either lunch or dinner each day.
We hope you enjoy this new health friendly beverage choice. Below are some excerps from an article related to the health benefits of tea.
Tea and Health
New studies point to evidence that tea is associated with important health benefits. These healing properties have been attributed to , polyphenols (flavonoids), which are known for their antioxidant activity, and naturally occuring nutrients in tea such as: Carotene, a precursor to vitamin A; Thiamin (vitamin B1); Riboflavin (vitamin B2); Nicotinic acid, Pantothenic acid, Ascorbic acid (vitamin C), vitamin B6; Folic acid; Manganese, Potassium, and Fluoride. (Flavonoids are potent antioxidants, also found in apples and broccoli, which have been shown in previous studies to be protective against heart disease.)
Consumption of tea is being studied for its reported benefits on:
* Enhancing immune function
* Lowering the risk of stroke
* Lowering LDL cholesterol levels
* Increasing HDL cholesterol levels
* Reducing blood pressure
* Aiding digestion
* Preventing dental cavities and gingivitis
* Reducing the risk of cancer
* Thinning the blood, reducing the risk of a heart attack
FROM THE OPERATIONS CAPTAIN
Just for clarification: all clothing must be turned in, by the inmate, to the Clothing Room. Clothing is issued on a one for one exchange basis so there should be no instance that inmate is turning in his clothing to anywhere except the Clothing Room.
CD orders from Edward R. Hamilton
(Hamilton Book.com)will no longer be approved. They are unable to comply with our Pachage Authorization process.
From the Property Corporal:
Need to mail out excess property currently being held in the Property Room.
I have items in the Property Room for mail out that range from 3 months to up to a year old. Per OAR rule 291-117-0140 (Disposition of Inmate Property) it states the facility will hold an inmate's excess property for no more than 45 days following the date of staff's written order directing them to mail out or dispose of the inmate's excess property. If after 45 days the inmate has not made arrangements to mail out or dispose of the item or items, the department shall confiscate the property as contraband and discard it.
Effective November 1, 2008, if the property items are not mailed out in a two week period beginning that date, I will follow the rule and dispose of the items.
FROM OCE
WORK OPPORTUNITY
Oregon Corrections Enterprises Call Center at Snake River Correctional Institution currently has openings for the position of Inmate Telephone Agent. To be eligible, you must meet the following criteria:
* Must have at least six months clear of misconduct;
* Must have NO Program Failures in the past six months;
* Must have at least 12 months left on current sentence;
* Must be able to read proficiently and speak clearly;
* Must be able to work efficiently and professionally at all times.
All applicants must pass a security screening and security interview before being considered for the position.
If interested, please send an Inmate Communications to M. Schachtsick, Production Manager here at EOCI.
FROM THE BUSINESS OFFICE;
CHANGE IN CD28 (Request for Withdrawal of Funds) PROCESS:
With an effective date of August 11, 2008, CC 28's are now to be signed (Inmate Signature) in front of your housing unit officer (security staff), who will verify you are authorizing the request for release of funds from your account. Your housing unit officer will stamp the CD 28, which then will be forwarded to Business Services for review and approval. Once approved, your CD 28 will be mailed to Salem. Copies will no longer be provided, so you will need to keep track of these requests yourself.
If you are filling out a CD 28 on your housing unit for medical, dental or special recreational events, a housing unit officer must verify and stamp your CD 28 before being processed to Health Services or Recreation.
All CD 28's must be signed in front of a staff member and stamped (Library, Receiving & Release).
DEPOSITS TO TRUST ACCOUNTS
Central Trust knows how important it is for you to have incoming funds posted to your account as soon as possible. We strive to post funds the same day we receive them. However, when a money order or cahier's check is not filled out properly or the information is illegible, a delay will occur in posting the money to your account or the funds may be returned to the sender. We ask that you pass on the following information to your family and friends who send money to your account.
1. Make the money order/cashier's check payable to: "DOC," with the inmate's name and SID number.
Example: Payable to: DOC for John Doe, SID # 1234567.
On the money order/cashier's check, write the name and mailing address of purchaser, including city, state, and zip code. This information must be legible.
2. Funds should not be mailed to the institution. All money orders/cashier's checks should be sent to the following address only:
Central Trust
Oregon Department of Corrections
PO Box 14400
Salem, OR 97309-5077
FROM THE DOC COMMISSARY;
Statewide Commissary Information: October 28, 2008 On behalf of Angela Gross, Statewide Commissary Manager
Holiday CD's - Now Available to pre-order:
All orders must be submitted to Commissary no later than November 14th. Any orders received after that date will not be accepted or processed. Please allow approximately 4 weeks to receive your order. ( See attached CD Order List.)
Toilet Paper - Now available to purchase:
Two-ply toilet paper is now a stock item on Commissary. Each roll is $.79 and inmates are limited to purchase two rolls at a time.
Commissary Holiday Hours (Nov '08):
Tuesday 11th - Closed for Veteran's day
Thursday 27th - Closed for Thanksgiving
FROM HEALTH SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Optical Updates at EOCI
Things are going very well with Dr. Evers here at EOCI. Everyone who has gotten a chance to see him has been pleased with the treatment and like the results of glasses from Sweep Optical.
Just to let you know, after your exam and order of glasses it will take the next week to get everything processed and sent off due to the numbers of orders. Once the order is faxed it is taking within two weeks to receive your glasses.
You will be notified when your order has gone out as well as when your order is in. Please be patient various things can come up and hold up an order. Thank you.
For an eye exam, monies will need to be in your optical reserve account prior to your examination; the cost for an eye exam is $45.00. Debiting your account for either exam or glasses is done only with certain exceptions. Glasses are in pachages $43.25, $48.25 and $53.25 additional charges may occur.
DO NOT FORGET TO WATCH THE CALL OUTS FOR YOUR APPOINTMENTS.
DSU Inmates
If you qualify you will be allowed to come up to medical for an eye exam instead of waiting until release from DSU. At that time since you have qualified for an exam we would go ahead and do your in house order for glasses from our contractor and inform you of funds needed to process order. Your appointments will be in the afternoon per agreement with DSU.
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January 2, 2009
FROM CENTRAL TRUST
Central Trust strongly urges all inmates to ensure that family and friends who send funds for deposit to your account are aware of the following requirements per the rule on Trust Accounts (Inmate) Division 158.
1. Only money orders or cashiers checks are accepted for deposit to your account from family and
friends. Any other form of payment is subject to mail violation and possible confiscation.
2. The sender must make the money order/cashiers check payable to DOC and include your name and
SID number.
3. The sender is required to list their name and address legibly on the money order or cashiers check
as well as on the return address portion of the envelope.
4. Funds must be mailed to Central Trust at PO Box 14400, Salem OR. 97309-5077. Mailing funds
directly to the institution will result in a mail violation.
5. Payments to VAC cannot be accepted by the Central Trust office and will be returned to the sender.
People desiring to place money directly on your VAC account must mail the funds to VAC.
Failure to follow these requirements may result in a delay of processing or the inability to post deposits to your account.
HOLIDAY SPENDING PERIOD
The 2008 Holiday Spending period ends Friday January 2nd, 2009.
At the conclusion of the holiday spending period, any funds remaining in accounts of indebted inmates, will be collected and applied to your debt. The is scheduled to occur at the end of business on Janary 2nd.
ADMINISTRATIVE RULES
Additional Changes to the Visiting Rule (OAR 127)
The Department recently revised its visiting rules for inmates, including those assigned to the Disciplinary Segregation Unit (DSU) and the Intensive Management Unit (IMU). Under the new provisions, inmates assigned to these units were permitted to visit with only two visitors whom they selected from their visiting list.
Several concerns were raised from inmates and inmate family members regarding the recent revisions. The main concern expressed was the inability, under the recent revision, for an inmate housed in DSU or IMU to receive visits from more than one of his or her children. Since minor child must be accompanied by an adult to visit an inmate, selection of two visitors from the inmate's visiting list required an inmate with two or more children to make a choice as to which child would be permitted to visit. The temporary amendment will permit inmates housed in DSU and IMU to receive visits from more than one child.
FROM THE LAW LIBRARY
DMV PACKET
Now available in the Legal Library is a DMV Packet. This packet is for those inmates who have traffic fines and want to get their driver's license reinstated AFTER their release from a correctional facility.
If you wish to receive this packet, please kite the Legal Library and request the DMV Packet to be sent to you. It will include instructions and the necessary forms needed to submit to the DMV and to the Courts. The legal assistants will not be available to assist in the completion of this packet.
FROM TRANSITIONAL SERVICES
Expressions Beyond the Bounds of Confinement II
As stated in "The Observer", Lee's Frame Up presented a juried exhibition of artwork during the Third Thursday Art Walk in La Grande, Oregon on October 16, 2008.
Juried by three professional artists and three citizens, the inmate artists submitted up to three entries for consideration along with statements covering personal background and explaining what their art meant to them. Sponsor, Duane Lee said he wanted to provide a venue for inmate art to be shown to the public and give the public the opportunity to see a different side of incarcerated people in order to break stereotypes.
The exhibit was on display through November 2008, congratulations to the following winners!
First Place ($1000) "Rocky" Capizzi, "Realism Gone Awry"
Second Place ($75) Gordon Taylor, "Thinking Back 2"
Third Place ($50) Noel Gaona, "Freedom Fall"
Fourth Place ($25) Jason Howey, "Sacred Heart"
Honorable Mention Peter Avagianos, "The Dance"
Michael Buffa, "Fairy"
Tracy Condron, "Autumn"
Wayne Houff, "Fields Edge"
Arthur Martin, "The Majestics"
Many of the art work is currently exhibited at the Pendleton Public Library.
ZIP TIE ID
Effective Date:
December 9, 2008
All Incentive Level III Inmates will be receiving a yellow zip tie attached to their ID card. This process will take place on F-4 Appendage; you will be placed on call-out.
The "Yellow Zip Tie" will authorize access to all Monday through Friday, morning and afternoon yard periods.
Damaged Zip Tie-Send an inmate communication to Mr Jewell for repair, the repair will cost $1.00 using the "Request for withdrawal of funds" (CD28).
ALL PARTS AND PIECES MUST BE TURNED IN FOR REPLACEMENT.
This is a Pilot project that will be reviewed after 0 days.
What's a DESIGNATOR???
With the impementation of the new classification and WHALE systems, the DOC began using "Designators."
By rule, Designators are defined as: Information, alerts or statutory designations important for sentence computation and crucial to determining work crew eligibility, unfenced housing assignment, and the management of inmates and offenders both in institutions and in the community.
By the end of 2008, there will be 39 designators. Some of these designators replace what were formerly referred to as SCF or Special Case Factors; other designators are new, and some SCF's are not being replace with designators. A designator may also combine 2 or more previous SCF's (ex: ICE detainer used to be SCF 04 and Non Oregon Felony detainer used to be SCF 24...both now fall under the detainer or DETR designator). Some designators are automatically identified and placed by the computer system while others are entered by staff.
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I still cannot believe that the inmates have to buy their own toilet papers. It's like a basic necesity. There are some days I just shake my head and wonder.
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E O C I N E W S
January 2, 2009 -- cont.
FROM PHYSICAL PLANT
CLERK POSITION:
We are currently in the process of hiring a new clerk for the main office in the Physical Plant. The individual who is selected for this position will be required to be self-motivated, task oriented, have the ability to work well with others, be eligible for a gate pass, have good attendance, and pass a 30 day evaluation period. Preference will be given to individuals with prior computer experience.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send an Inmate Communication to Ms. Murray in the Physical Plant. Please include a short resume that outlines your prior experience in an office environment.
ODOC Inmate Newsletters
Calendars: With the holiday season close at hand, the department has received many questions about calendars. The department has decided to allow inmates the option to receive commercially produced calendars through the mail again this holiday season. 2009 Calendars must be purchased and sent from an approved publisher / distributor during the time period of November 01, 2008 through February 28, 2009. The calendars must meet the following criteria:
* Your calendar must be sent directly from an approved publisher / distributor.
* Your calendar must be no larger than 12" wide and 24" long when unfolded.
* Your calendar must have no sexual or sexually suggestive content, no nudity, no gang imagery, and no graphic violent content.
* Your calendar must have a plastic or stapled binding. Wire bindings will not be allowed.
* your calendar will be stored in accordance with your institution's standards regarding storage of property.
* For the period from November 01, 2008 until February 28, 2009, you or your friends and family may purchase one calendar for you as long as it meets all these criteria.
* Calendars must be received at the institution mailroom before March 14, 2009.
Each year, many questions have come up concerning non-commercial, homemade calendars using photocopies or computer generated graphics or calendars produced by non-profit organizations like churches.
These calendars will be allowed to be mailed to you throughout the coming year as long as any pictures, graphic images, photographs, or text do not contain sexual or sexually suggestive content, nudity, gang imagery, or graphic violent content.
Native American Calendars
The 2009 Native American Prison Art Project calendars are available again this year through the mail. Artists from nine prisons participated in this year's project, and the donated artwork is outstanding! These are high quality, full color 11"x14" calendars.
We will be sending sample copies of the calendar to the Chaplain's office as soon as they are available so that you can look at them. Proceeds from the calendar go toward supporting the Women's Transition Fund.
If you would llike to purchase a calendar, please fill out a CD28 for $15 to: Red Lodge Transition Services, P.O.Box 55157, Portland, OR 97238. Attach an envelope filled out to the Red Lodge Transitions Services with your CD28 so that financial services can mail your check.
WORK FORCE DEVELOPMENT
The 11" T.V. covers will be available through Work Force Development.
Inmates must sign the CD-28, in the amount of $4.00 in front of the unit officer, the officer will then stamp and sign the CD-28. The inmate must then send the CD-28 and a kite requesting a TV cover for the 11" TV's to B. Jewell, Inmate Work Force Coordinator for processing.
FROM THE OPERATIONS CAPTAIN
Christmas Canteen Storage
-- In an effort to offer storage relief for extra canteen purchases through the holiday season, inmates are authorized to place one large paper bag of clothing underneath at the head of their bed. In the celled units if space underneath the bed is not adequate the bag should be placed on the floor at the head of the bed.
This special allowance only applies to those inmates who do not have adequate space to store increased holiday canteen items. All other inmates are required to keep personal property stored inside their designated area.
Inmates will be required to use a paper bag that they receive from canteen purchases. Plastic garbage bags will not be used for this purpose.
This allowance will remain in effect until January 15, 2009. After January 15, 2009 inmates will be required to store all personal property inside their designated storage container.
Approved Art Supplies from Outside Vendors:
BLENDING STUMPS:
* (Purchase on Canteen only):
* small- 1/4" diameter-canteen
* med - 3/8" diameter-canteen
ERASERS: No boxes or gross orders
* Art Gum Erasers (Purchase on Canteen only)
* Pink Pearl Erasers (Purchase on Canteen only)
* Design Rub Kleen Erasers
* Stanford Eraserstik w/Brush (non-mechanical only)
* Factis Extra Soft Erasers
* Factis P-12 erasers
* Magic Rub Vinyl Erasers
* Pencil Tip Erasers
* Prang Erasers (Opaque white vinyl)
PAPER: Total Order not to exceed one (1) ream-500 sheets total. (may order up to 250 sheets per each paper Item)
Paper size not to exceed 18" x 18"
* Construction Paper
* Illustration Board - 15 x 18 (14 ply or less) 16 ply = 200 lbs.
* Parchment Paper (NO tracing paper allowed)
* Poster Board
* strathmore 300 Series Bristol Board (50, 70, or 100 lb.)
* Strathmore 400 series Sheets (80, or 100 lb.) Must be "special cut" from 19" x 24" to 18"x18"
* Tag Board (150 lb.)
* Vellum Paper
Sketch Pads - (Purchase on Canteen only, including hardbound)
PHOTOGRAPHY PROCESS:
All photo tickets must be purchased at canteen before any pictures will be taken. Once the photo ticket is purchased you must put your name and SID number onit immediately upon return to your housing unit.
Photo tickets may be purchased and used at EOCI, TRCI, SRCI, and PRCF. All tickets purchased at West Side institutions must be exchanged at canteen prior to use.
Reminder: Immediately after purchase of photo tickets and upon return to your housing unit, place your Name and Sid number on all tickets purchased.
Under o circumstances is an inmate to use a photo ticket purchased by another inmate or disciplinary action may occur.
Designated Photograph Areas:
1) Visiting facility - Wednesday thru Sunday upon the request of the visiting staff.
2) East Recreation Yard- Between tables and Horseshoe pits facing G Building. Photographers will be in each yard at the beginning of each yard period Except Monday and Tuesday.
3) West Recreation Yard- Against the fence along the Greenhouse.
4) Photographers will be in each yard at the beginning of each yard period Except Monday and Tuesday.
5) Card Room (Dinning Room) during winter hour's pictures will be taken from 7:30pm to 7:45pm or until all photos are taken.
6) Eastside Activity Areas
7) E1 - 7:45pm to 7:55pm or until all photos are taken
8) G1 *:00pm to 8:10pm or until all photos are taken.
Photography Dress Code
1) No portion of underwear / briefs will be exposed.
2) Pants will be worn above the hips with belt buckled. (No Sagging).
3) No pleating of pants at waistline.
4) Top button of chambray shirt will not be buttoned.
5) Any hat worn will be worn squarely on the head. Eyebrows will be visible while the hat is worn.
6) Clothes will not be excessively baggy or large.
7) Clothing will not be worn as to represent or indicate affiliation with any STG represented group.
8) Suspenders will only be worn over a shirt.
9) Clothing not worn by inmate is not authorized to be in photograph.
10) Religious items may not be displayed. (Medallions, Rosaries, Medicine Bag, Prayer Feathers ECT.)
Hand Positioning
1) Clenched fist are not permitted.
2) Stacking of hands is not permitted. (Double fist stacking)
3) No positioning of hands that could be perceived as a symbol of a represented STG Group.
4) No obscene gestures or signs.
Feet
1) No positioning of the feet or legs that could be preceived as a symbol of a represented STG Group.
2) Feet must have a visible space between them, and not touching another person in the picture. There must be a space clearly visible on the developed photograph.
Body
1) No displaying of tattoos that may be perceived as a STG Group>
2) Maximum number of inmates in any picture is four.
3) Alignment of inmates may not be perceived as a rank structure. Same number of inmates that are standing must be kneeling or sitting.
4) No physical contact between inmates.
5) All inmates in the picture must be looking forward at the camera. No photograph will be taken from and above or below the photographer position, where the inmate will look up or down on the photographer.
6) All inmates in the photograph will have their body facing forward toward the photographer or no more than a half turn from the direction of the photographer. (Side View)
7) No provocative Poses or seductive poses.
8) No use of recreational materials in photographs, such as pool sticks, games, playing cards, musical instruments or any other inmates in the background of the photograph.
9) Any special requests must be approved by the Operations Captain or higher authority.
(Note: There is plenty more about photos I am chosing to leave out.)
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Effective December 08, 2008, you will be allowed to take your own personally purchased sugar or sugar substitute to the noon meal.
Physical Plant/Grounds Crew Workers Clothing Exchange:
1. Inmates assigned to these work crews will no longer be authorized to come directly from their worksite to the Clothing Room to pick up a clothing issue. The new procedure implemented will be as follows:
Workers will return to their assigned Housing Units from their worksite. Monday through Friday, following the 3:30 pm., East Side Kitchen White Exchange will be announced on the East Side Units. Physical Plant, Grounds Crew workers are to come to the Clothing Room for their one for one clothing exchange at that time.
2. West Side Workers will follow the same procedure as above with the exception that their scheduled time will be Monday through Friday following the West Side Kitchen White Exchange.
Workers are not to come to the Clothing Room during Kitchen White Exchange; they are to wait for Physical Plant Workers Clothing Exchange to be announced. Do not put your working clothes in the bins on the Housing Units as you will not receive clothing.
THIS CLOTHING ISSUE IS A ONE FOR ONE EXCHANGE FOR THE CLOTHES THAT WERE WORN TO WORK ONLY.
Books from the Mail Room:
Because of the large volume of books received by inmates we are making a change in how they are received by the inmates.
Effective Thursday, November 20th, books will not be delivered to the housing units by the unit officer. The first date for receipt of books by the following procedure will be Tuesday November 25th.
1. Books will no longer be placed in the unit mail bags to be delivered to the housing units by the
unit officer.
2. Mail rRoom staff will identify books by inmate and unit and deliver them to the D2 Officer on
Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
3. Throughout the day on Tuesday and Thursday, the D2 Officer will call inmates to D2 to
personally pick up their books.
4. The D2 Officer on Second Shift will make every effort to complete the delivery process. The
Third Shift D2 Officer will complete the delivery for those inmates that were not available on
Second Shift.
5. Tuesday and Thursday will be the only delivery days. Inmates will not be called or allowed to
pick up these items on other days of the week.
You must have purchased a CD Player prior to purchasing CD's. This requirement includes those purchased from Canteen or via Pachage Authorization. You are also reminded that you are required to maintain proof of purchase on all personal property in your possession.
Questions have come up regarding the quantity of toilet paper purchased from Canteen that you may have in your possession.
You are permitted to have two rolls in your possession at one time. This is a personal property item and must meet the storage requirements for personal property.
FROM THE DOC COMMISSARY
Optical Updates at EOCI
Things are going very well with Dr. Evers here at EOCI. Everyone who has gotten a chance to see him has been pleased with the treatment and like the results of glasses from Sweep Optical.
Just to let you know, after your exam and order of glasses it will take the next week to get everything processed and sent off due to the numbers of orders. Once the order is faxed it is taking within two weeks to receive your glasses.
You will be notified when your order has gone out as well as when your order is in. Please be patient various things can come up and hold up an order.
Thank you.
For an eye exam, monies will need to be in your optical reserve account prior to your examination; the cost for an eye exam is $45.00.
Debitting your account for either exam or glasses is done only with certain exceptions. Glasses are in packages $43.25, $48.25 and $53.25 additional charges may occur.
DO NOT FORGET TO WATCH THE CALL OUTS FOR YOUR APPOINTMENTS.
DSU Inmates
If you qualify you will be allowed to come up to medical for an eye exam instead of waiting until release from DSU. At that time since you have qualified for an exam we would go ahead and do your in house order for glasses from our contractor and inform you of funds needed to process order.
Your appointments will be in the afternoon per agreement with DSU.
FROM THE RECREATION SERGEANT:
Blue Jeans and the Blue Chambray shirt are NOT to be worn while participating in any team sporting events or worn on the basketball court in the Multipurpose Building. They may be worn on the basketball courts in the recreation yards during the winter months between November 1st to May 1st. Jeans and Chambray shirts may be worn during running, weight lifting, hacky sack, horse shoes, Frisbee or any solitary activity.
Weekend movies
These are the movies we now have in the Queue:
The Scarlet Letter
Stardust
Reign Over Me
Doomsday
21
The Other Boleyn Girl
Into The Wild
Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls
Leatherheads
The Love Guru
Rendition
The Forbidden Kingdom
Run, Fat Boy, Run
You Don't Mess w/the Zohan
The Incredible Hulk
Kung Fu Panda
Get Smart
Wall-E
HellboyII: The Golden Army
Fred Claus
Hancock
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
The Longshots
Step Brothers
Wanted
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
FROM RELIGIOUS SERVICES
All Religious Activities including Services, Choir, Concerts, Classes, etc., are open to all inmates regardless of incentive level.
Walt Hampton Band Concert
On Sunday January 18, 2009 at 1:00PM the Walt Hampton Band will be at EOCI to do a concert in the D3 Chapel.
This Band plays original spiritual classic Rock (similar to Eric Clapton or Dire Straits). If you would like to attend, please send an Add/Drop form to the Chaplain's office with Rock concert in the special service line.
FROM THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
BMCC/EOCI GED Graduates Fall Term 2008
Billy Bankhead Jason Brandner Robert Brooks Arthur Carson Shay Charley
Joseph Culbertson Lloyd Dedman Karl Edministon David Farmer Antion Foster
Justin Gonzales Thomas Hanraham Jonathon Harrison Shawn Hartley Martin Hilgardner
Vincent Jones Brian Kanuch John Martinez Donovan Maxwell Anatolio Mendoza
Harry Neely Martin Potts Gabriel Richey Barry Rigsby Antonio Ruiz Mario Ruzela
Iosif Sanarov Jamie Sheffield Shane Snyder Lee Stowell Chad Walsh Paul Williams
(Note: Here I add my own congratulations--typists privileges) Good Job Fellas
The Education Department will be offering Distance Education Courses through BMCC Winter Term. To qualify for the courses, you must have been in DOC custody for 1 year, have at least 9 months remaining on your sentence, be programming compliant and clear conduct for 6 months since your last major misconduct or release from DSU. All costs for these courses are your responsibility and must be paid by January rth. The cost for a 3 credit course is approximately $308.50. Books cost between $75.00 and $150.00.
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Thank you for the newsletter. I have been looking for one for years! Do you have more in another thread? Again, thanks I have been waiting for Jorge for a long time and this is like having a little piece of his world.
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my fiance was finally placed there a few weeks ago. I submitted my application about 3 months ago (mid march) and it was just now entered into the system. they are REALLY behind right now, to say the least. they still have to do the background check, which from what they said is the quickest part. it is waiting to get to the top of the stack that takes so long...
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For some reason, i wasn't able to access the link, G! Anyone else have that problem?
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For some reason, i wasn't able to access the link, G! Anyone else have that problem?
I could not open it either, said broken link
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Ok, I opened it up last night from this, but you are right, today it won't open. I am trying to find some other way to get it to post. It was sent to me in Pdf format, which won't let me copy and paste it to here from the pdf. I will see if I can find someone with more computer smarts than me, to help me figure this out.
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Thank you for sending this information. Will you please try again? I really appreciate this.
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July 2, 2009
Bread of the Week: Wheat
4th of July Menu:
(Meal to be served at lunch)
Coleslaw, Chili burgers w/bun, Chili, Chopped Onions - Shredded Cheese, Corn, Potato Salad, Watermelon
Lifting of Restrictions
Loss of Privileges will be lifted for the state observed holiday - Independence Day starting at 8:00 am on Saturday, July 4, 2009 and ending at 10:00 pm on Sunday, July 5, 2009.
Privileges restricted by an Inmate Management Plan issued by the Security Threat Management Unit are not lifted during holiday periods. These restrictions remain in effect and are enforced until the date specified on the Inmate Management Plan.
This does not restrict normal operations and progressive discipline, such as cell-ins or transfer to segregation for poor behavior that may be seen as a threat to others and/or the safety and security of the institution.
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The Chapel Library has extra copies of some books that can be given away. The books are:
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Prison to Praise by Merlin Carothers
Power in Praise by Merlin Carothers
Modern Spirituality
We're All Doing Time by Bo Lozoff
Lineage by Bo Lozoff
Deep & Simple by Bo Lozoff
Catholic
Book of Prayer
If you would like to receive one of these books, please send a kyte to Chaplain Persinger. They will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis.
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CD 28'S
Effective immediately, all verified CD28's that are a check request need to be sent to the Business office, Mailbox #A05.
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This Week's Movies
"Quantum of Solace"
"Hot Rod"
"The Stone Angel"
"The Mask of Zorro"
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OCE LAUNDRY WORK ASSIGNMENT OPENING
The OCE Laundry is accepting applications for one week only beginning 7/2/09 and will close on 7/13/09.
This is for an Entry Level Laundry MAINTENANCE Worker position beginning at 10 PRAS points plus OCE TEam Goal Award. Please obtain a Laundry Worker application from your Housing Unit Officer and send it with a cover letter / kyte to : SRCI Laundry, Complex 1
All Applicants MUST meet the following Criteria:
* NO Major Misconduct Reports in the past 12 months.
* NO Program Failures in the past 6 months.
* NO History of Inmate / Employee Relationshiprule violations.
* NO History of Escape.
* No Security Threat Group Activities.
* Must have at least 72 months remaining on current sentence. (must pass a security screening by SRCI
Security Manager.
* Must have mechanicla / electrical background. (Aptitude test will be given day of interview).
* Must be assigned to Complex 1 Housing or privilege housing.
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Inmate Gilbert Lane presented an idea to provide greeting cards to the kids at Portland Shriner's hospital. Inmates from all three Complexes and Special Housing participated. Over 200 cards were collected and are being shipped to the hospital.
Shriner's Hospitals for Children is a one - of - a - kind international health care system of 22 hospitals dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing specialty pediatric care, innovative research and outstanding teaching programs. Children up to the age of 18 with orthopedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries and clift lip and palate are eligible for admission and receive all care in a family - centered environment at no charge -- regardless of financial need.
Thank you to all who participated in the Cards for Kids event, it was a great success!
(page 2 to come later, my fingers are tired of typing this out).
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July 2, 2009
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Earned Time Earned Time Changes
The 2009 Legislature approved an increase to not more than 30% earned time under ORS 421.121. This provision sunsets (expires) on July 1, 2013.
If you were sentenced to DOC on or after July 1, 2009 and you are eligible for earned time, you may receive 30% earned time instead of 20%.
If you were sentenced to DOC prior to July 1, 2009 and you are eligible for earned time, you may be identified for the court to determine if it will authorize the earned time increase. OISC will review your sentences and determine if you qualify for resentencing. If you qualify for resentencing, you will receive a copy of the letter sent from OISC to the court regarding your sentece (s).
Regardless of your sentencing date, you are not eligible for 30% earned time if your sentence is for one of the following crimes:
* Rape III
* Sodomy III
* Sex Abuse II
* Criminally Negligent Homicide
* Assault III
* Felony Assault IV
* Any crimes listed under ORS 137.700 (Measure 11), even if sentenced to less than the ORS 137.700 minimum term.
* Any attempt to commit one of the above listed crimes.
The sentencing piece has a 60-day delay for implementation. During this period DOC will be working to identify the eligible inmates. After 60 days, DOC will begin notifications to the court and to the eligible inmates. Please understand that your inquiries will slow down the process, so we will not be responding to individual inquiries about eligibility.
Additionally, DOC will NOT notify family members or friends of inmates about potential for release, or potential release dates. That information will need to be communicated from inmates to their respective families and friends.
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Below is a list of status changes for the DOC administrative rules since 4/22/09:
Proposed and Temporary Rules:
Cost of Care Reimbursement (Inmate) (Div 203) -- Open for review and comment until 7/24/09.
Temporarily adopted effective 5/15/09
Permanent Rules:
Transfers (Community Corrections (Div 019) -- effective 5/22/09
Use of Force (Div 022) -- effective 5/23/09
Structured, Intermediate Sanctions (Div 058) -- effective 5/29/09
Visiting (Inmate) (Div 127) -- effective 5/15/09
Copies of proposed rules are available free of charge to inmates and members of the public. ODOC proposed and permanent rules are available for review in the inmate legal library. Free copies of proposed rules are available by request from Teresa Hicks, Mailbox B174.
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There seems to be a lot of confusion about the Alternative Incarceration Program (AIP) and what's involved in selection for a program. This article will briefly explain how inmates are screened and selected.
The legislature authorized DOC to establish policies and procedures for AIP eligibility through the Oregon Administrative Rules. AIP Screeners use these criteria when screening inmates for the programs. These criteria include checking for the following: age appropriate; minimum custody level; reading level scores and a criminal history check. If an issue is found with any of these items, the screeners will follow up with the appropriate personnel. In addition, inmates must meet all statute eligibility criteria.
Please remember, the courts may recommend an AIP program, but it is up to DOC to decide if AIP placement is the best option. Due to the limited number of beds and the overwhelming number of eligible inmates, DOC must determine placement by a number of factors, including inmate needs, the risk of recidivism in the future and available treatment beds.
Your participation in AIP is not guaranteed, even if you are eligible. This is explained on the application you filled out for AIP. Having friends, relatives and spouses calling will not speed up the process nor help in any way because screeners will not release any AIP information to anyone other than the inmate and DOC personnel. Screeners will not comment on any kind of wait lists or list seniority.
You are encouraged to contact the AIP Screeners by inmate communication if you have any questions or concerns regarding AIP eligibility.
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TRCInfo Volume 8 Issue 7 July 2009 {Welcome to this months' Nightmare}

To the inmates at TRCI:
I guess I won't be coming back to work like I had Hoped. I want to take
this time to thank all of you for your thoughts and prayers and the
beautiful cards that you made for me. I wanted to say thank you in person
but that's not going to happen, so just know that you are always going to be
in my thoughts and prayers, and thank you for helping me keep safe for 9
plus years of my life.
Try not to get hurt and try not to hurt anyone. Stay safe at TRCI
C/O V. Nelson

Potential Earned Time for Eligible Offenders
The 2009 Legislature adopted new law that allows certain inmates to qualify for a 30 percent sentence reduction. The ODOC is in the process of identifying which inmates will be eligible for this additional earned time credit. As more information is received we will pass it along.

Blue Shorts {They are stupid looking and we have 18 months clear conduct to buy them-level 3}
If your institution previously only allowed one pair of shorts you may now purchase two pairs. All facilities are limited to two pair of shorts. Inmates may purchase two pairs of blue shorts from the canteen or purchase one pair of blue shorts and be issued one pair red shorts.

Change to Skim Milk
Beginning on july 6th with the start of the summer menu, we will be switching to skim milk. Skim milk provides a healthier option by reducing saturated fat calories by 20%. Saturated fats are the type that raises blood cholesterol. a 16oz. serving of 1% milk provides 200 calories as compared to 160 calories for skim milk. By drinking skim instead of 1% you could lose 1%of body weight every 3 months. In addition calcium as well as other vitamins and minerals, may be slightly higher in skim milk, as there is less fat to compete with. Overall, milk provides many benefits which include the prevention of osteoperosis, reducing risk of strokes and high blood pressure and reducing the liver's production of cholesterol.

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Changes to inmate misconduct rule
A new version of the Oregon Administrative rule on prohibited inmate conduct (291-105) will go into effect on midnight July 1st. The main changes you will see in the new rule are:

*Changes to the names and definitions of violations
*Changes to the sanctioning grid
*Conduct history will shorten from four years to two

Please note that the effective date of new rule is midnight July 1st. This means any DR's you receive prior to this date and time will be processed using the current rule, even if your hearing is scheduled after this date. Any DR's you recieve after midnight July 1st will be processed with the new revised rule.

This new rule on prohibited inmate conduct will be available for review in your institution's library after July 1st.

DOC Rules
Below is a list of status changes for the DOC administrative rules since 4/22/09: {The Administrative rule book is 5" thick}

Proposed and Temporary Rules
*Cost of Care Reimbursement (Inmate) (Div 203)- Open for review and comment until 7/24/09. Temporarily adopted effective 5/15/09

Permanent Rules:
*Transfers (Community Corrections) (Div 019)-effective 5/22/09
*Use of Force (Div 022_-effective 5/23/09
*Structured, Intermediate Sanctions (Div 058)-effective 5/29/09
*Visiting Inmate (Div 127)-effective 5/15/09

Copies of proposed rules are available free of charge to inmates and members of the public. ODOC proposed and permanent rules available for review in the inmate legal library. {I've looked this up but it's not in the book yet!!!}

Proposed, temporary and permanently adopted Oregon Administrative rules are available for review from your Unit Officer on your housing unit when the dayroom opens.
*Copies of proposed rules are available free of charge to inmates and the public by sending a request to Executive Assistant.
*Copies of temporarily and permanently adopted rules are not free of charge. Inmates may request copies of (these) in the TRCI Library by sending a KYTE with an attached CD28.


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Education
Career Classes- Resumes, cover letters, release plans, relapse prevention plans, release resource information and more...For inmates that are within 24 months until release.

If you are releasing to Umatilla or Morrow County withing the next year and are interested in attending BMCC, contact TRCI education department. College enrollment packages, flyers, class information can be available for those who qualify. If you are 6 months from release College financial aid forms are available to apply for education grants and loans. Send Education a KYTE for more information.

TRCI HOSPICE NEWS
Several Items of Interst:

1. The Mural project for the infirmary is looking for volunteers that have artistic, painting ability. This opportunity is for the possibility of being part of a collaborative team effort to paint the day room in the infirmiry. We are looking for volunteers that have artistic talent to help paint the walls with a scenic theme that will be attractive and soothing. You will be given the opportunity to interview with a panel consisting of members of the TRCI Hospice IDT. If you are chosen, you will be asked to submit a design to the panel for review. Please have an inmate communication to me no later than 7/8/09. If chosen you will be interviewed the following week.

2. Several inmates have taken the opportunity to donate their used tv's, cd players, and game systems. If you no longer have use for such items and would like to see them put to good use, please send a communication to R&D stating your desire to donate them to the Hospice program.

There is now a TRCI Hospice fund that has been established to help with items that Hospice inmates may not be able to purchase. These items may include hygiene items, canteen items, etc. The money may also go towards purchasing small condiments for inmate's families when they come to visit during the Hospice inmate's time in the infirmary. If you would like to donate towards the Hospice inmate fund please fill out a CD-28 and send it to Business Service.


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Calorie count for the Spring dinner menu 2009 (not going to type this out. Send me a message if you want to know any of the calorie info).


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Religious Services
July 09 Fast of the 17th Tammuz
July 11 Conviction for Christ concert
July 18 Buddhist Celebration
July 23 Restoration Prison Ministry
July 25 Home For Good Presentation
July 26 Sweat Ceromony
July 30 Fast of the 9th of Av

Prot05
If you desire to attend PROT05, you need to submit a KYTE to Chaplain Hodney(facilitaor of PROT05) and request a call-out. During the meeting with Chaplain Hodney, he will share the format of the prgram and the expectations of each participant. A person will not be placed on the attendance roster unless he has met with Chaplain Hodney and approved to attend.

Anger Management
The next Anger Management class for the residents in the Medium facility will begin the week of September 7-11,2009. The class will be held on Tuesday & Thursda, 2:30-4pm, in Room 20-27. This is a measure 17 program and therefore, meets compliance requirements. You can fill out a Religious Services Add/Drop form, write Anger Management I on the special event line, circle the word "add", and put it in the housing unit mail box. Inmate Assignment Office will place you on a wait list.

Ramadan 2009
This blessed month (9th) in the Islamic lunar calendar, is tentatively (depending on he sighting of the moon) slated for August22-September 19,2009. Muslims consider this whole month to be sacred. They fast during the days (30 days) of Ramadan and offer special prayers at night. Breakfast is provided at the crack of dawn and dinner is given after sunset. At the end of the 30 day fasting period, all Muslims completing the fast will attend a celebration called Eid al-Fitr. The significance of EID is that it is the day of thanksgiving to Allah that He gave the opportunity to Muslims to benefit from and enjoy the blessing of Ramadan. Chaplain Rasheed has scheduled Friday, September 25, to facilitate the Eid at TRCI. If you are a practicing Muslim and you want to participate in Ramadan, please send a KYTE to Religious services no later than (Monday) July 6,2009.

Reminder
If your primary faith group requires you to observe a fast, you need to send a KYTE to Religious Services requesting to observe the fast so the Chaplains can get approval and forward the proper information on to Food services, Health Services and Religious Services. The Chaplains must receive a KYTE that states which specific fast you want to observe and the date of the fast. That KYTE is to be sent two weeks prior to the fasting day.


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New Product Replacement:
Sauve Strawberry shampoo has been discontinued and is being replaced by Sauve Green Apple shampoo { Yuck :b smells bad }

Discontinued Product:
DC tag#51019 Shoes all sizes

Closeout (while supplies last)
Mamma's Priginal BBQ Sauce $1.25
Cream cheese squeeze packet 0.25

Toilet Paper (2-ply) Discontinued {What a silly thing to sell here anyway. A woman's prison would be great! Softer!}
As of 7/3/09 due to inadequate sales

New Products:
Commissary is now offering the following new acoustic guitars. The guitars that were previously offered are no longer available at this time.
Ymaha FG720SL Left-handed folk acoustic guitar $356.00
Ymaha FG700S Right-handed folk-acoustic guitar $285.00
Mitchell MD100 right-handed dread-naught acoustic guitar $143.00
Fender CD100LH left-handed dread-naught acoustic guitar $259.00

Discontinued products:
Various shoes, lists #s


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Alternative Incarceration Programs
By Mrs. Wade and Mr. DeClerque

There seems to be a lot of confusion about the AIP and what's involved in selection for a program. This article will briefly explain how inmates are screened and selected.

The Legislature authorized DOC to establish policies and procedures for AIP eligibility through the Oregon Administrative Riles. AIP Screeners use these criteria when screening inmates for the program. These criteria include checking for the following:
age appropriate; minimum custody level; no less than 10 months remaining on your sentence not more than 36 months to release; detainers, medical/mental health restrictions; reading level scores and criminal history check. If an issue is found with any of these items, the screeners will follow up with appropriate personnel. In addition, inmates must meet all statute eligibility criteria.

Please remeber that the court may recommend an AIP program, but it is up to DOC to decide if AIP placement is the best option. Due to the limited number of beds and overwhelming number of eligible inmates, DOC must determine placement by a number of factors, including inmate needs, the risk of recidivism in the future and available treatment beds.

Your participation in AIP is not guaranteed, even if you are eligible. This is explained on the application you filled out for AIP. Having friends, releatives and spouses calling will not speed up the process nor help in any way because screeners will not release any AIP information to anyone other than the inmate and DOC personnel. Screeners will not comment on any kind of wait lists or list seniority.
You are encouraged to contact AIP Screeners by inmate communications if you have any questions or concerns regarding AIP eligibility.


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Walled Street Bulletin
B. Belleque, Superintendent July 9, 2009
Alternative Incarceration Programs
There seems to be a lot of confusion about the Alternative Incarceration Program (AIP) and what's involved in selection for the program. This article will briefly explain how inmates are screened and selected.
The legislature authorized DOC to establish policies and procedures for AIP eligibility through Oregon Administrative Rules. AIP screeners use these criteria when screening inmates for the programs. These criteria include checking for the following: age appropriate; reading level scores; and a criminal history check. If an issue is found with any of these items, the screeners will follow up with the appropriate personnel. In addition, inmates must meet all statute eligibility criteria.
Please remember, the courts may recommend an AIP program, but it is up to DOC to decide if AIP placement is the best option. Due to the limited number of beds and the overwhelming number of eligible inmates, DOC must determine placement by a number of factors, including inmate needs, the risk of recidivism in the future, and available treatment beds.
Your participation in AIP is not guaranteed, even if you are eligible. This is explained on the application you filled out for AIP. Having friends, relatives, and spouses calling will not speed up the process nor help in any way because screeners will not release any AIP information to anyone other than the inmate and DOC personnel. Screeners will not comment on any kind of wait lists or list seniorrity.
You are encouraged to contact the AIP screeners by inmate communication if you have any questions or concerns regarding AIP eligibility.
/s/ Ms. Wade and Mr. DeClercque
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Inspector General's Hotline
The Inspector General's Hotline phone number has been placed on placards and posters around the State of Oregon in DOC facilities. The number can be called collect at any time and is: 0-503-555-1234.
When making the call, you will be asked for your pin number. This helps to prevent false allegations and misconduct. The phone number will go to a voice-mail system and will ask you to leave a message.
Although the posters that have been placed around the facility give the number in reference to sexual assault and rape, the number can be utilized for other reasons as well. If there is an inmate that has been recently assaulted and it has not been discovered, this number can be called by anyone and a message can be left with the victim's location. When the message is heard, a phone call will be made to the institution and the victim can be "discovered" by staff during a tier check. Another example is the location of a weapon can be "discovered" by staff and removed from the facility making the institution safer.
Although working here can be dangerous, living here can be even more so. It takes help from all staff and inmates to make the institution safer and a place where inmates can focus on programming and simply "doing their time." If you want your living environment to be safer, please call 0-503-555-1234.
/s/ B. Stephen, Security Threat Management Lt.
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Softball Schedule & Standings as of 7/5/09
Team WON LOSS PCT
23-Spartans 11 0 100%
22-White Sox 10 0 100%
12-Heavenbound 13 1 93%
45-Side Drift-R 9 1 90%
20-Bad News Bears 10 2 83%
31-Gravity Sucks 11 3 79%
21-Dynamite 9 3 75%
41-Base Hits 9 3 75%
35-Thunder Walkers 7 3 70%
47-Tri 10 5 67%
28-Los Callejeros 8 4 67%
15-Boss Players 7 5 58%
32-Activity TM32 8 7 53%
39-Tha Mistahs 7 7 50%
37-T.N.T. 6 6 50%
27-Generals 6 7 46%
43-Heavy Hitters 5 6 45%
44-Indigenous Way 4 6 40%
42-Smashers 5 8 38%
26-Full Metal Alch. 4 7 36%
34-Salem's Lot 4 7 36%
46-Woodstock 4 9 31%
38-Los Porros 4 12 25%
33-Misfits 3 10 23%
11-Anonymous 2 8 20%
16-Terminators 2 9 18%
30-Mean Machine 1 11 8%
40-The Dragons 1 13 7%
36-Stray Cats 0 13 0%
If you believe that your standings are incorrect then please contact the intramural sports coordinator.
To be cont. later.
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July9,2009-- (cont.)
Sat, Jul 11, Field #1 Field #2
1:45PM Summer Games
4:30PM 30v38 22v43
6:00PM 28v39 23v42
Sun, Jul 12
1:45PM 27v40 46v15
4:30PM Club Softball Tournament
6:00PM Club Softball Tournament
Mon, Jul 13
1:45PM 15v12 26v41
4:30PM 20v47 11v35
6:00PM 21v46 34v36
Tue, Jul 14
1:45PM 22v45 33v37
4:30PM 23v44 41v21
6:00PM No Game, No GAme
Wed, Jul 15
1:45PM 26v43 31v39
4:30PM 27v42 30v40
6:00PM 43v21 28v41
Thu, Jul 16
1:45PM 11v36 22v47
4:30PM 33v32 16v15
6:00PM 34v38 20v12
Fri, Jul 17
1:45PM 33v39 23v46
4:30PM 32v40 26v45
6:00PM 31v41 44v22
Sat, Jul 18
1:45PM Pioneer Tournament
4:30PM 30v42 28v43
6:00PM 42v20 11v37
Jun, Jul 19
1:45PM 27v44 34v33
4:30PM Club Softball Tournament
6:00PM Club Softball Tournament
Athletic Club Fundraiser
Our fundraiser will be held on Wednesday, July 22, 2009. We will be featuring three cheeseburgers with tomatoes, lettuce, onions, mayonnaise, ketchup, and sliced ham. There will also be tater-tots and ice cream. The cost will be $14.50 with the proceeds going to the Sol Patu Foundations. If you are interested send your request with a CD-28 for the amount to the Athletic club. You can deposit your request in the black mailbox located in the yard Card Room. Please have your request in by July 12, 2009. Seating is limited so don't delay.
Summer Games
The next schedules summer games are Saturday, July 11, 2009. The yards will be split, so we will be running the same events in both the morning and afternoon sessions. The following is the day's schedule:
AM PM Event Ages
8:00 1:30 One Mile Run, <40, 41-49, 50+
8:00 1:30 Shot Put, <40, 41 - 49, 50+
8:00 1:30 Softball Toss, <50, 50+
8:30 2:00 100 Yard Dash, ALL
8:30 2:00 Soccer Goal Kick, 50+
8:30 2:00 Shuttle Run, ALL
8:30 2:00 Base Running, ALL
8:30 2:00 Pull Ups, ALL
9:00 2:30 4 Man 4x100, ALL
9:00 2:30 Frisbee Throw, 50+
9:00 2:30 Bar Spin, ALL
9:00 2:30 Sandbag Race, <40, 41 - 49, 50+
2009 OSP Car & Bike Show News
This year's Car and Bike show was a huge success. We had a record turnout of vehicles with more than 40 cars and trucks and over 20 bikes. There wasn't a parking space to be found. The Roadie School would like to thank the facility population for the respect they showed to our guests and for joining us in this year's event. We're already working on next year's show and we plan to make it even better.
Car Show Award Results
Con's Choice -- Best Bike
Don Pereira
2004 Harley Highroller
Con's Choice -- Best Car/Truck
Rickey Byrd
1967 Chevy Impala
Best of Show
Ronald Bishop
1937 Chevy Canopy Express
Best Hog
Cheri Effinger
1982 Harley Shovelhead
Best Classic
Arthur Ellingson
1934 Ford Pickup
Fabulous Flames
David Hall
1949 Ford 2 Door Sedan
Best Old School
Charley Kaiser
1961 Harley FL (Stock)
Hottest Hauler
Larry Lahmann
1950 Ford F1
Best Interior
Ray Lancaster
2009 Dodge Challenger
Best Staff Ride
T. Marthaller
2001 Harley Fatboy
Best Paint
Derrick May
1964 Ford Galaxy 500
Best Engine
Fireball Roberts
Vintage Dragster
Long Distance Award
Ruben Serros
2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Best Chopped & Dropped
Wayne Williams
1951 Mercury
The First Annual "Vern White Memorial Trophy"was awarded to the friends and family of Vern White. This trophy will be awarded each year to the most inspirational ride. Vern White was an inspiration to the men here at OSP with his many years of dedication to our Car Show and other events. We look forward to honoring him for many years to come with this award.
Car Show Photos
If you purchased an "On the Spot" photo ticket with a CD-28 at the Car Show, please be patient and we'll get those photos to you as soon as possible. Your CD-28 must clear before we will even have the photo printed. If you were not able to use your photo ticket then send them attached to an inmate communication to the Roadie School -- Activities and a refund will be requested. Thank you, OSP Roadie School
W.I.S.H. Presents Chickey Dinner/Movie Night
This fundraiser will be on Wednesday July 29, 2009, at 6:00p.m. on the Activities floor. This event is for general population and the Row.
The food menu planned is: two boneless chicken breasts, rice with gravy and potato salad. For dessert we will have chocolate cake and ice cream. Please note the food menu is subject to change or modification depending on availability. The donation amount for this event is $11.50. Due to floor capacity only 120 reservations will be accepted, so submit your inmate communications right away!
If you are an Incentive Level 2 or 3 and would like to attend this event fill out a CD-28 to W.I.S.H. Account #2512. Please attach the CD-28 to an inmate communication addressed to ATTN: Activities Floor C?O W.I.S.H. We look forward to seeing you there. CD-28s must be received by July 14, 2009.
We greatly appreciate your continued support and ideas. W.I.S.H. (Working Inside Serving Humanity) is an inmate and community based group dedicated to serving humanity both inside and out through fundraising events. With your help we are truly making a difference!
/s/ R. Austin, Activities
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