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Hudson County (New Jersey) Intergovernmental Service Agreement (IGSA) With ICE

Hudson County (New Jersey) Intergovernmental Service Agreement (IGSA) With ICE

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Inter-governmental contract whereby the County of Hudson, New Jersey agrees to house immigration detainees for INS (now Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)), and the federal government agrees to pay the County $ 90.00 per-detainee, per-day of detention.

Also included are several complaints ICE has received about the facility and the results of three recent inspections.
Inter-governmental contract whereby the County of Hudson, New Jersey agrees to house immigration detainees for INS (now Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)), and the federal government agrees to pay the County $ 90.00 per-detainee, per-day of detention.

Also included are several complaints ICE has received about the facility and the results of three recent inspections.

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INTERGOVERNMENTAL SERVICE
AGREEMENT
between
COUNTY
OF
HUDSON
595
NEWARK AVENUE
JERSEY
CITY
t
NEW
JERSEY
07306
and
u.s.
DEPARTMENT OF-JUSTICE
IMMIGRATION
&
NATURALIZATION
SERVICE
70
KIMBALL
AVENUE
soum
BURLINGTON~
VERMONT
05403-6813
Agreement Number:
ACB.5.I-OOOI
 
AGREEMENT SCHEDULE
ARTICLE I • PURPOSE
1.
The
purpose
of
this
Intergovernmental
Setvice
Agreement
(IGSA)
is
to
establish a
forma1
binding relationship between the
U.S.
Immigration
&
Naturalization
Service
(INS)
and
the
County
of Hudson County, New
Jersey (Contractor)
for
the detention of aliens of
all
nationalities
authori2ed
to
be detained
by
INS in
accordance
with
the
Code
of
Federal
Regulations, Title
8,
Aliens
&
Nationality Act
and
related criminal statutes.
2.
This
Agreement
sets
forth
the
responsibilities
of
both
INS
and
the
Contractor regarding services to
be
performed
and reimbursement
whenthose services have been performed. There is
no
obligation, expressed
or
implied,
on the
part
of
INS
to
utilize the Contractor's
facility
nor on thepart of the Contractor to accept
detainees.ARTICLE
n .
COVERED
SERVlCE~
1.
The Contractor
will
provide housicg,
safekeeping.
subsistence
and
otherservices for
INS
detainee(s) within
its
facility
(or facilities), which shall
be
. idenified
by
letter amendment(s) hereto
and
incorporated herein,consistent
with
the
types
and levels of services and programs routinely
afforded
its
own
population,
and
fully
consistent
with
all
applicable laws!
standards, policies, procedures
and
court orders
applicable
to
its
facility (or
facilities), unless
or
as
specifieally
modified
by
this
Agreement.
The
unit
of
service
will
be
the Detained Day
and
the
oost as agreed
to
by
the
parties
is
SEVENTY-SEVEN and
NO/tOO
($77.00)
DOLlARS
per
Detained Day.The
type
of
detainees
W111
be
non-juvenile males
and
females. Theduration of
scIVice
to
be
provided
will
be
overnight holds,
dai1y~
and long
term,
not to exceed
120
days
without
contacti.ng
the Contractor forapproval. .
ARTICLE
UI
SupPORT
AND MEDICAL SERVICES
1.
The Contractor will provide
housing,
safekeeping, subsistence and otherservices
for INS
detainee(s) within
its
facility
(or facilities) consistent
With
the types and levels
of
services and programs routinely afforded
its
ownpapulation, and
fully
consistent
with
all
appUcable
laws
1
standards, policies,procedures. and court orders applicabJe
to
its
facility
(or facilities), unlessor as
speci.6t.ally
modified
by
this Agreement. The Contractor
agrees
toprovide
INS
detainees
with
the same levels
and
1ypes
of
medical services
and
care
as
are provided
its
own
facility
population. The Contractor
will
1
 
2.
3.
provide
all
necessaty security and transportation services, when directed or
authorized
by
the
INS, except as required in
an
emergency situation.
to
move
INS
detai.Jlee(s) to medical
or
other appropriate facilities.
The
Contractor
further agrees to notify the INS as soon as possible
of
emergency
medical cases requiring removal
of
detainee(s) from
its
facility.
(or
facilities).
Prior
authorization
will
be
obtained from INS when removal
is
required
for
any
other medical services
that
may
be
required at
loc.a1
clinics
or
hospitals.Such
transportation
and security services shall
be
performed
by
qualified,
sworn
law
enforcement
or
correctional
officer
personnel employed
by
the
Contractor
and
under
its
policies, procedures and authorities. The
Contractor
agrees
to
augment such practices as may
be
requested
by
tbe
INS to
enhance
specific requirements
for
security, prisoner monitoting.visitation
and
contraband control.
4. The
Contractor
agrees to
invoice
INS
for
all
costs
associated
with
hospital
or
health care
services specifically provided
to
any
INS detainee(s) outside
of
the Contractor's
facility,
with the regular monthly billing
to
INS for
detention
services.
In
this case, the Contractor arranges for the health care
facility,
consultant health care provider. and
other healthcare
vendor
and/or
suppliers. They
will
invoice the Contractor
for
services provided
at
, rates
no
greaterthan
those applicabJe for non·INS detainees
in
the
custody
of
the
Contractor,
and
then after payment
of
these invoices, submit
forreimbursement
payment from INS. INS shall include reimbursementpayment
to
the Contractor for the hospital
and health
care servicesprovided
to
INS detainee(s)aIong
with
the monthly payment for detentionsetvices.
The
Contractor shall submit invoices for hospital
and
health careservices
to
INS
within
sixty
(60) days after the services were rendered.
Documentation must
be
provided in
order
to
support
INS payment
of
these costs.ARTICLE IV -RECEIPT.
DISCHARGE
AND
POPULATION
LEVEL
1.
The
CDntractor agrees
to
receive and discharge INS detainee(s) only fromand
to
properly
identified INS officcr(s) and, with
prior
authorization fromthe
designated
INS
point(s)
of
contact,
to
other
properly identified Federallaw
enforcement
officials. Admission and discharge
of
INS detainee(s)shall
be
fully
consistent
with
the Contractor's policies
and
procedures, andshall
ensure
positive identification and recording
of
bolli
detainee(s) andofficer(s).
2.
INS
detainee(s)
shall not
be
released from the
facility
into
the
custody
of
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