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Pinal County Adult Detention Center (Arizona) - Intergovernmental Service Agreement (IGSA) with ICE

Pinal County Adult Detention Center (Arizona) - Intergovernmental Service Agreement (IGSA) with ICE

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Inter-governmental contract whereby Pinal County agrees to house immigration detainees for the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and ICE agrees to pay the County $ 59.64 per-detainee, per-day of detention.

Also enclosed are two complaints ICE has received about the facility.
Inter-governmental contract whereby Pinal County agrees to house immigration detainees for the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and ICE agrees to pay the County $ 59.64 per-detainee, per-day of detention.

Also enclosed are two complaints ICE has received about the facility.

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BETWBENTIm
UNn'ED
STATES
DBPAR.TMENT OF
I-lOMELAND
SEctIRIrYU.S.
I:MlYllGRATION
AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT
WASEThTGTON.
DC
,
;
This Agreement, including Attachments 1 -
6,
is
entered into between United States
Imm:igr:ation
and
Customs
Enforcement, hereinafter referred
to
as
"ICE", and Pinal County, Atizona, hereinafter refcrted
to
as
the
"PROVIDER"
for the detention and care of aliens (hereinafter referred to
as
"DE.TAINEES".
The PROVIDER
filhall
provide detention sentices for
detaJnees
at the
fonowing
location:
Pinal.
County
Ad.ult
Detention Center
(Expansion
Facility)
971
N.
Jason
Lopez
Circle
Flo'l'ence,
Arizona 85232
PlmFOBMANCEI'
The PROVIDER
is
required, in
uDits
housing ICE detainees, to perl'orm in
a.ccordance
with the mostcurrent
editions
oflCE
National Detention Roouire!nents.
ICE.
Inspel.."to1'9
will
conduct periodic
inspections
of
the
&.dJity
to
assu.re
compliance
c'E
the aforementioned standards. .
TI,ig
Agreement shall
become
effective upon the
date
of
final signature
by
ICE and the
PROVIDER
and
remain.
in effect
fen:
a
duration
of twenty
(20)
yeats.
U~II
t.ertninated earlier
in
writing,
bv
either
17atty.
Bither
party
may
tenninate
this
agreement:
for
any
reason and without cause
by
sending written
nodce
oftetmination
onc-hund-red
(IOO)
days
in
advanee
of
the
effectwc
date
oftennination.
Written notice
sh.all
be
sent
tEt,oistere.d
Of
certified
mai~
ret1.lm
receipt
requested to:
For
ICEAttn:
'Connacting
Officer
U.S.
Deplmnent
ofHomelaad
Security
Immigration and Customs Enfufcement
425
I.
StreetN.W.,
Room 2208
Washington,
D.C.
205.36
For Pinal
Countt
Mr. Manny Goncil.e:
Assistant
CoUDty'
ManagerPinal
County
Administrative ServicesP.O. Bcx.827
F1crence,
AZ
85232
In
the event the
pcrson(s)
or mailing addresses
ot
the parties
to
receive written nodce
of
termination needs to
be
modified
Of
changed, written notice
ot
il'Uch
modification
or
change shall be sent registered
Ol"
ce:ctified
mail. return receipt requested
to
the other party.
PAGE
1
Of
17
 
tlqtl1!ICATION
AND
ruBuc
PISCLOS!J'l3!tS*
No
public
disclosu'l:'es
t'eg'at'ding
this lOSA shall
be
made
by
the
PROVIDER (or
any
of
their
contTactors
Of
subcontracto{S)
without the
reriew
and.
approval
of
such
disclosl1f'e
by
ICE
l?u.blic
Af:fa.itS
and
express
permission
granted
bV
the
ICE
Contracting
Officer.
The
Government
consi.den
such information
privileged
or
conficlootlal
until
award
of
a
formal
ot-def
under this
rOSA
.
Oroers
W111
be placed under
this
rGSA
when
spedfic
requirements have been identified and fundingobtained. Performance
und~t
this IGSA
is
not
authorized until the
Cqntract:i.ng
Officer
issues
an
order,
in.
writing.
PAYMENIRAm
tn
considet'ation for the
PROVIDER'S
petf'onnance
undtt
the T
eT1I:IS
and
Conditions
of
his
Agreement,ICE shall
make
payment to
the
PROVIDER for each
detainee
accepted and housed
by
the
PROVIDER..The
PROVIDER
shall
not
cha:rge
fot'
COIltS,
which
arc
not
dired'J.v
rd.a.ted
to the
housing
and
detention
of
detainees. Such
costs
include, but are not lhnited to:
A)
Salaries
of
elected
officials.
.
B)
Sa.laries
of
employees
not
directly
engaged
in the housing and
detention
of
detainees.
C) Indirect costs
in
which
a
percenttge
of
all local government costs are
pfO-f:ated
and
appliedto individual depattments.
D)
Detainee
sem.ces
which
:I.'re
not
provided to,
01"
cannot
be
used
by
detainees.
E)
Operating
costs
of
fR.c:ilities
not
udlized
by
detainees.
FIRM.EOO:D
~PRICE.
-
PER·DIEM RATES
AND PRICE
ADillSIMENIS
1.
Per Diem rate
established.
by
this
agr~~ment
shall
be
considered
finn-fixed1>rice
with
economic
price
adjustment. The per diem rate of $59.64
will
be tn
eff-ect
for
the
fl
.
r.st
two
years
of the
·agreement.
The rates
cover
one
(1)
person
pe'l'
"prisoner
day."
The
Federal
Government
rna'1
not be billed
for
two (2)
days
when a prison&
is
admitted one evening and
-removed
the
following
morning. Pinal
County
may
bill
fOt'the
day
of
arri.~
but
not
for the
day
of
departure. The per diem rate
i.s
subjectto price adjustment at
the
end.
of
eac:h
performance period
or
two
years.
2. Performance Periods, For
the
put'pose
of
price
adjustments,
the
petfonnance
of
this
.Agre~ent
is
twenty·four
(24) months
;,n
dUnI.tion.
The
6.nt
period
shall extend
from
the
effective
date
of
theAgreement forward
for
twentv-fouf
(24).
months. All succeeding periods shall begin on the
:mni'\l'etSa:ry
date
of
the preceding period.
3. Basis
fot
Price
Adjusonent·
A
~ed-pdce
with economic
price
adjusttnent
'provides
fat upward anddownward revision
of
the stated Pet
Diem based
upon
cost
indexes
OflabOT
and
operating
expenses,
or
based
upon
Pinal
County's actual cost experience
in
providing the semce.
PAGE20F
17
 
MODIFlCAtlQNs
This Agreement, or any
of
its
specific:
pTovisions,
may
be
revised
or modified
by
signatoIV'
conCUtfence
of the
u.ndersigned
parties,
O'r
theit:
respective official
succe~rs.
TRANSro,RIA'llON
SERVICES,:
.
1.
'The
PROViDER shalt provide ground
tran&portation
services
to
and frotn.lCE's
Service
Processing
Center
twic:e
daily
on
(lonna!
business
days.
The PROVIDER
shalt
transportdetainees
securely
and
in
a
t.imel.V
mantle!'
as
directed
bv
the COTR or designated
ICE
official.
When
assigned
transportation
officers arc
not
providing
transportation
lIeMCes
the
PROVIDER shall
assign
the
e~'Ployeea
to supplement
Sea.l1'i.ty
duties
within
the
facility
at
no
additional ex;pense
to
the Government.
2.
The PROVIDER shall furnish one bw, in
good
repair and
suitable,
approved
by
the
government, to
safely
provide the tequired transpomtion
service.
The
PRO\nOER.
shillnot
allow
employees
to
Ul'e
their
privately
owned
vehicles
to
transport
detainees.
The
PROVIDERshall
filtnish
vehicles
equipped
with
interior security features lncludingphysical sepatation
of
detainees
&om
guards.
The PROVIDER shall provide the interiorsecurity specification
of
the
vehicles
toICE
for
tE!Y'iew
and approval prior to
i.tlstallation.
3.
The
PROVIDER
personnel provided
fOT
the
aboveservices
shall
be
of
he
san'le
qua1ificarlo1.)...~
receive rhe
same
tralning,
eomplete the
same
security
c1eaxances.
and
wear
the
samE:
unif-onns
as
those
PROVIDER
penonnel
are
provided
for
io.
the other
areas
of
this
agreement.4.
During
all
transportation
activities, at
least
one officer
shall
be the
same
sex
as
the.
detainee.
Questions concerning
guard
<lssignmenl:S
shall be
directed.
to the
COTR
for finaldeteuninaU.on.
5. The PROVIDER
shan.
upon order
of
the
com,
or
upon
his
own
dedsion
tn
an
lugent
tnedical
situation,
transport
a detainee
to
a hospttallocatlon.
6.
When
the
con
provides
dOC1.l.l:nents
to
tb,e
PROVIDER
coo.cem~ng
the
detalnee(s)
to he
transported
f
the
PROVIDER
shall
d.eliver
these
documents only
to
the
named.
authorizedrecipients. The PROVIDER
shall
en.sur.e
the
material
is
kept confidential and
not
viewed'
by
any
person
otherthanthe
authorized
recipient.
7.
The PROVIDER
shall
establish.
a communications
system
that
has
direct and
imm.ediate
contact
with
all
ttanspOTtation
vehicles
and.
post
assigtJ.XJ)ents.
Upon
demand,
the
COTR
shall be
provided
with
current status
of
all
vehicles and. post assignment
employees.
The
U.
S.
Public:
Health Services
(US~HS)
will
he
responsible for providing
all
health
care
setVi.ces
proviCl.ed
under contract
for
detained aliens in the
CU3tody
of
ICE.
The US
PHS
shall
provide
medical
coverage
at the
facility
nO
less
than
twent1..four
(24)
hours
pet'
day.
seven
(7)
dava
pet'
week.
The contractor shall provide serurlty-with a minitnum of a
staff
of
one
at all
times.
When patients are housed
in
the infirmary, a security
shall
be
posted
t.o
the
unit
24
houTs
3,
daYt
seven
days
a
week.
The contractor.
shall
coordina.te
a1'ld
escort
detain.eEls
to
the tnedical
clinic
forsick
call,
appointments and p,illline. Note: Optimum
fun.ctioning
of
health
services
depends on a continuous
flo",
of patients to and from the clink
with
an
average
of
one
patient per provider
every
10 minutes. Throughput fot
II
clinic
of
his
size
could
be
as
high
as
200+ patients
per
day.
Bscott
1?ersonnel
will
have
to
be
assigned accordingly.
.
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