Volume 16, Issue #26 “Riddick” Special Movie Night Senior Movie Night Movies of the Week Mandatory Sheet Exchange Process Changing of Child Support Order Tutors Needed at OSCI Commissary News LOP for 4th of July Holiday 4th of July Lunch Menu DOC Administrative Rules Medical Kytes & Requests (Vin Diesel, Katee Sackhoff) Left for dead on a sun-scorched planet, Riddick finds himself up against an alien race of predators. Activating an emergency beacon alerts two ships: one carrying a new breed of mercenary, the other captained by a man from Riddick's past. “About Last Night” Thursday 80 /57 Friday Saturday Sunday 81/56 81/53 80/57 Monday Tuesday Wednesday (Kevin Hart, Joy Bryant) 84/56 92/61 100/64 Follow two couples as they journey from the bar to the bedroom and are eventually put to the test in the real world. A special movie event, “LONE SURVIVOR” will be shown to inmates that are NCI level 2 and 3. “Philomena” Complex 3 Gym Wed. July 23, 2014 1:00 pm & 6:00 pm Complex 2 Gym Tues. July 22, 2014 1:00 pm & 6:00 pm Complex 1 Gym Mon. July 21, 2014 at 1:00 pm & 6:00 pm Make sure you put what time you want. If you do not put what time you want and get the time you can’t go you will not receive a refund or get moved. That is why you need to put what time. All participants must: Be NCI level 2 or 3, Not have conflicting call-outs or work schedules, Make sure their signature is verified on CD-28 by their housing unit officer and place it in the Recreation mailbox in front of dining (only method). Your form will be delivered to you. Make sure the correct amount is on CD-28, and No refunds will be given. Complex 1 will be having candy at both times. You will have options of ordering hot dog, candy, popcorn, and drinks. Complex 2 & 3 if you do not buy you will be placed on the 1:00 pm time slot. Make sure to put your order form in if you want to order. Deadline is July 3rd, 2014. Special Incentive Senior Move Night “FLASH GORDAN” (Judi Dench, Steve Coogan) A world-weary political journalist picks up the story of a woman's search for her son, who was taken away from her decades ago after she became pregnant and was forced to live in a convent. MANDATORY SHEET EXCHANGE PROCESS for COMPLEX 1, 2 & 3 One scheduled day per month per complex all sheets and pillowcases will be turned in during security staff’s designated time, TBA. Sheet exchange will be a mandatory ONE for ONE exchange. Inmates are authorized 1 Pillowcase & 2 Sheets unless ODOC Medical staff authorizes additional linen. Records will be reviewed for verification by security staff. Mandatory Schedule is as follows: Complex 1….1st Wednesday of the Month Complex 2….2nd Wednesday of the Month Complex 3….3rd Wednesday of the Month A Special Movie Event, will be shown to inmates that are 40 and Older. Complex 3 Gym: Tuesday, July 15,2014 at 6:00 pm Complex 2 Gym: Wednesday July 16th, 2014 at 6:00 pm Complex 1 Gym: Thursday July 17th 2014 at 6:00 pm All participants must: Be age 40 or older. Be Incentive level 2 or 3. No conflicting call-outs or work schedules. There will be a form sent to you. Ensure the correct amount is on the form, for purchase. No refunds will be given You may purchase one of the following: Popcorn $1, Soda $1, Candy for $1.00 & $1.50, Candy Bars $3, Crunch N Munch $3.50, Sobe $2.00 Each, and ½ gallon Ice Cream $6.50. You do not have to purchase items to see the movie. All orders must be received on or before July 3rd, 2014. Forward requests to T. Roberts at B-339 or place it in the Recreation mailbox in front of dining (preferable method). Thank you. NON-Mandatory Scheduled Weeks: On weeks your complex is not required to do mandatory sheet exchange, you will be allowed to wash your sheets and pillowcase in your laundry bag on Wednesday’s only in your assigned laundry bag three times a month. On Wednesday when placing your sheets in your laundry bag make sure to only place WHITE items in the bag as we will be using bleach. Do not overstuff your laundry bag, placing a huge amount of items in the bag will not allow your sheets to be properly cleaned. You may include the following items in your bag on this day: WEDNESDAY Bag day 2) sheets/pc 2) underwear 3) pair of socks 1) towel If you overstuff your bag or place colored shorts or colored briefs in your bag along with your sheets/pc your bag will be returned to you unwashed and progressive discipline will be initiated. Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) is pleased to announce the release of the “Changing a Child Support Order” guide, which includes accompanying state-specific modules. There are two parts of the guide—the introductory overview and the interactive map that links to specific instructions for each state and territory. All of the guide materials are available at http://www.acf.hhs.gov/ programs/css/resource/state-by-state-how-to-change-a-child-support-order. These materials offer information to help parents, and people who work with parents, better understand the child support review and modification process. It explains how parents can request to have their child support order changed when their financial situation changes. Much of this guide relates to changes handled by the child support agency, although some state-specific information addresses court processes. Parents, and others, can find phone numbers, websites, and forms (where available) to help start the modification process. The guide was designed for parents, and partners, who do not know a lot about the child support system, and who may not have access to the Internet, such as incarcerated parents. Be sure to review both the “main” guide which provides an overview of the child support process and the state materials. The guide highlights the take-home message that if a parent has a significant change in their income or living situation, and they have a case with a child support office, it is important to contact that child support office as soon as possible to ensure that the child support order is accurate with regard to the new circumstance. For example, child support orders are not typically automatically reduced when a parent enters prison, even if a parent doesn’t have the ability to pay the order anymore. If parents wait until they are no longer incarcerated, they will still owe the full amount of child support. Some information in the guide focuses on how incarcerated parents can ask to have a child support order changed. But, the information applies for anyone who is interested in finding out how to have an order changed. To read more information about the guide, and OCSE’s collaboration with the Bureau of Prisons, check out the May 2014 Child Support Report. And, please check out OCSE’s new compilation of reentry resources here: http:// www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/css/resource/reentry. Lifting of Restrictions Loss of Privileges will be lifted as follows for the state observed Holiday – Independence Day/4th of July starting at 8:00 am on Friday, July 4, 2014 and ending at 10:00 pm on Sunday, July 6, 2014. • • • Level 1 no lifting of holiday LOP. Level 2 lifting of LOP on actual holiday only. Level 3 lifting of LOP for entire holiday weekend. 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. Cabbage Salad Double Cheeseburger w/Bun Shredded Lettuce Pickles & Onions Tomato Mayonnaise, Mustard, Catsup Corn French Fries Watermelon Iced Tea Below is a list of status changes for the DOC administrative rules since 3/13/14. PROPOSED RULES: Minimum Requirements At least 12 months Clear Conduct. Minimum Availability: 12 months before Release. Willing to Stay on Job for at least 12 Months. Other Programing such as Pathfinders, Alcohol & Drug Treatment must not interfere with work schedule. Available from 7:30am – 10:50am and 12:30-3:50pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Previous Experience Preferred. Current Score of 236 or above in Reading and Math. If current information is not available, will be retested before job is offered. GED or HS Diploma. If bilingual, state on application, but not a requirement. Send completed application to Ms. Masters or Mr. Andrus, Education Unit at OSCI. Assessments and interviews will be scheduled as applications are received. Possession and Storage of Personal Firearms for Corrections Officers at Department of Corrections Facilities (291-016) HB 4035 from the 2014 legislative session directs the Oregon Department of Corrections to allow corrections officers employed by the department to possess a firearm in the officer’s personal vehicle when the vehicle is parked in a department parking lot if the department has not provided secure storage for the firearms, and the officer is present at the department in an official capacity. These rules are necessary to establish procedures and employee responsibilities for corrections officers to possess and securely store personal firearms at DOC facilities. Also temporarily adopted effective 6/6/14. Earned Discharge for Offenders (291-209) These rules are necessary to implement 2013 legislation (HB 3194) that allows offenders sentenced to felony probation or to the legal and physical custody of the supervisory authority under ORS 137.124(2) to receive a reduction in the period of supervision for compliance with the terms of their supervision. These rules establish a process for granting, retracting, and restoring time credits for eligible offenders in accordance with the provisions of 137.633. Also temporarily adopted effective 5/13/14. The last day to submit comments is August 1, 2014. Commissary News, Updates and Reminders: Effective July 1, 2014, Commissary will be adding Frankincense oil and the religious storage boxes to the DSU canteen order form. Commissary would like to thank you for your patience while we suspended presale items due to our yearly inventory. These items will be available the week of June 30, 2014. HOW TO COMMENT: Written comments can be submitted to the Rules Coordinator, DOC, 2575 Center Street NE, Salem, OR 97301-4667. PERMANENT RULES IMU: Assignment of Maximum Custody Inmates to Special Security Housing (291-055) Earned Time Credits for Crimes Committed on or after July 1, 2013 (291-097) Classification (291-104) DOC rules are available for review in the inmate legal library. Commissary would like to remind you to fill your canteen order form out clearly. Items may not be processed if we are unable to read your order form. Please do not write personal greetings or draw art work, etc. on these forms. Medical kytes, refill requests, and other communications to Health Services should be dropped into the Medical kyte boxes in each complex. They will reach Health Services Beginning July 1st, Sony Ear Buds will no longer be on the electronic forms. They daily. If you drop these medical requests in the regular mail, they will be delayed in will be available on the paper canteen order forms. reaching medical staff. Please drop medical kytes into the medical kyte boxes!
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