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File #: 21-146    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Minute Order Status: Consent Agenda
File created: 8/5/2020 In control: City Council Meeting Agenda
On agenda: 8/10/2020 Final action:
Title: CC - Adoption of a Resolution Approving a Letter of Agreement with the Culver City Employees Association Pertaining to the Outsourcing of Jail Services
Attachments: 1. 2020-08-10_ATT_Resolution Approving CCEA LOA.pdf
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CC - Adoption of a Resolution Approving a Letter of Agreement with the Culver City Employees Association Pertaining to the Outsourcing of Jail Services

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Meeting Date: August 10, 2020

Contact Person/Dept: Serena Wright-Black/Administrative Services

Phone Number: (310) 253-5640

Fiscal Impact: Yes [] No [X] General Fund: Yes [] No [X]

Public Hearing: [] Action Item: [] Attachments: [X]

Commission Action Required: Yes [] No [X]

Public Notification: (E-Mail) Meetings and Agendas - City Council (08/05/2020); (Email) Meetings and Agendas - Culver City Employees Association (08/05/2020)

Department Approval: Serena Wright-Black, Assistant City Manager (08/05/2020)
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RECOMMENDATION

Staff recommends the City Council adopt a resolution approving a side letter of agreement with the Culver City Employees Association pertaining to the outsourcing of jail services.


BACKGROUND / DISCUSSION

As required by law, the California Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) conducted their biennial inspection of the Culver City Police Department Jail facility in early 2018. The inspection consisted of a review of policies, procedures, facility compliance, and staffing. BSCC's final inspection report found deficiencies in the personnel resources allocated to the jail facility. To bring the staffing level up to an acceptable level would require hiring an additional six employees, resulting in increased salary, benefit and pension costs to the City.
After evaluating the costs and required resources associated with increasing internal staffing at various levels and job classifications, and comparing it to proposals received to outsource the service to a private contractor, the Police Department determined that it could achieve greater operational efficiency at a lower cost by contracting for the service. California Government Code 35...

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