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Etowah County Sheriff's Office (Alabama) Intergovernmental Service Agreement (IGSA) with ICE & the Marshals

Etowah County Sheriff's Office (Alabama) Intergovernmental Service Agreement (IGSA) with ICE & the Marshals

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Inter-governmental contract whereby Etowah County in Alabama agrees to house federal detainees for the U.S. Marshals and the INS (now Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)), and the federal government agrees to pay the County $ 30.00 per-detainee, per-day of detention. Note that this contract suggests that this rate was last visited in 1998; in reality, it may have been increased since then. In 2003, the County also agreed to rent ICE approximately 3600 square feet of "detention/equipment" space for approximately $ 5000 a month. It is unclear if this replaces or supplements the payments based on holding individual detainees.

Also included are complaints that ICE has received about the facility.
Inter-governmental contract whereby Etowah County in Alabama agrees to house federal detainees for the U.S. Marshals and the INS (now Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)), and the federal government agrees to pay the County $ 30.00 per-detainee, per-day of detention. Note that this contract suggests that this rate was last visited in 1998; in reality, it may have been increased since then. In 2003, the County also agreed to rent ICE approximately 3600 square feet of "detention/equipment" space for approximately $ 5000 a month. It is unclear if this replaces or supplements the payments based on holding individual detainees.

Also included are complaints that ICE has received about the facility.

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,US.
Department
of
Ju.stice
United States
Marshals
Service
Modification
of
Intergovernmental
Agreement
1.
MODlECATIONNO.
2. REQUEST FOR DETENTION
SERVICES
NO.
3.
EFFECTIVE DATE
OF
MODIFlCAT:ION
Three (3)
082-04
March
1,
2004
4.
ISSUING
OFFIcE
5.
LOCAL
GOVE'RNMEN'r
6.IGANO.
Etowah
Comty·
01-99-0132
u.s.
MARSHALS SERVICE
Etowah
County Sheriffs
Dept
PRISONER
SERVICES
DMSION
827 Forrest
Avenue
7.
FACILITY
CODE(S)
WASHINGTON.
D.C.
20530-1000
Gadsen,
AL
35901
4AD
8.
ACC01JNl1NG CITATION
9.
ES11MATED ANNUAL
PAYMENT
15XI020
10.
EXCEPT
AS
PROVIDED SPECIFICALLY HEREIN.
ALL
TERMSANDCONDtrlONS OF
THE
lOA
DOCUMENi
REFERRED
TO
IN
BLOCK
5,
REMAIN
UNCHANGED.
'l'ERMS
OF
nns
MODIFICA
nON:
The purpose
of
this modification
is
to
authorize Etowah CountY to
transport
Immigration and Customs
Enforcement (ICE) detainees
between
the Etowah County
Jail
and the Regional
ICE
Detention
Offices
in
Alabama and Louisiana.
This modification
also authorizes
ICE
to
reimburse the
local
government
of
Etowah
County
the
hourlyrate
of
$22.49
per
hour, includmg
mileage
reimbursement
in
accordance
with
the
current
GSA
mileagerates
for
the CoutineJ1tal
UDited
State!).
-
TIlE
SERVlCE PROVIDER SHALL
ADHERE
TO
TIlE
REQUIREMENTS LISTED
ON
THE
ATTACH:E))
TRANSPORTATION
AMENDMENT
FORlCEDET
AINEES
ONLY
.
Note: as
if
Modification No.
:2,
theIntergovernmental
Agreement
Number
J-BOI-M-130 is
canceled
and
the
new
number
is
as
stated
in
Block
No.6.
11.
lNSTRtlC1'IONS
TO
LOC.AL GO'VERNMEN'T
FOR
EXECUTION
OFTBlS
MODIFICA.TION:
A-
0
LOCAL GOVERNMENT IS
NOT
REQUIRED
TO SIGN THIS
DOClJMENT
11.
APPROVAL
A.
LOCAL
GOVERNMENT
SignatUre
TInE
DAiB
B.
r8\
LOCAL GOVERNMENT IS
REQUIRED
TO
SIGN
THIS
DOClJME1l;"T
AND
RETURN
-L.
COPIES TO
U.S.
MARSHAL
B.
FlIDERAL GOVERNMENT
Jackie
Gomez
Grams
A.1IlZlyst
TInE
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¢/&9'
,
DATE
Form
USM-24h.USMS
(Rev.3f99)
Page_.l_
of
~
Pages
 
TRANSPORTATION AMENDMENT
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01-99-0132
Etowah County,
Alabama
Page
2
of
3
THE
FOLLOWING
SECTION APPLIES TO ICE DETAINEES ONLY.
Transportation Services. The Service Provider agrees to
provide
transportation services for ICE detainees between the Provider's facility
in
Gads
en
AL, apprehension points, the ICE offices located in
Alabama~
Louisiana and other delivery points as detennined necessary
by
Immigrationand
Customs
Enforcement. The purpose
of
such
transportation
shall
be
forbooking detainees into or out
of
the facility
or
into the custody
of
ICE,
booking
new inmates from the custody
of
ICE
into
the
facility,
and
delivering detainees
to
removal points (including airports),-The Providershan utilize transportation vehicles equipped
with
appropriate safetyequipment as required
by
and in compliance
with
State
of
Alabama
standards for prisoner transport. Two uniformed qualified law-enforcement
or
correctional security officers employed
or
contracted
by
the
Providerunder the Provider'spolicies,procedures andpracticesshall
be
assigned
to
each vehicle
on
each trip (one is required
if
an ICE officer
is
present duringthe transportation). These officers must
be
appropriately licensed
and
certified for
those
duties pursuant
to
the State
of
Alabama
and
U.S.Department
of
Transportation regulations.Reimbursement for transportation services shall be
paid
at
the
actual hourlylabor
tate
being
paid
to the escorting officers (will vary
per
officer)
and
around trip mileage rate equaling the General Services Administrationapproved mileage
rate
(currently 37.5 cents
per
mile, but subject
to
change
on
occasion).
In
the event
that
overnight stays are required,
ICE
willreimburse lodging
and
expenses other than
per
diem
incuttect"based
on
General Services Administration
travel
regulations.
In
the
event
air
travel is
required, ICE
will
obtain tickets.
Service Provider shall maintain· atransportation log documenting
all
transportation services
(date~
origin,destination, time, mileage, etc . ,).
Provider
is
to
invoice
ICE
for
services
rendered
as
a
separate
line item on
the
periodic
hilling
for
detention.
A
copy
a/the
transportation log shall
be
attached
to
all invoices that containcharges
for
transportation services.
Any
other documentation concerningother costs
such
as overnight travel shall also
be
provided to ICE.
 
Page
3
of
3
Bag Lunches. Tho Service Provider agrees to provide ICE detainees with
bag
lunches
when
detainees
are
transported during a meal period.
Reimbursement for meals
will
be
at
the rate
of
($2.00) two dollars per
meal.The meal will include, at the
minil1mm,
a
sandwich,
fruit, potato chips
and
beverage.
Provider is to invoice ICE for services rendered as a separate
line
item on the periodic billing for
detention.
END OF SECTION

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