Standards met after 200 man hours preparing for process
Logan County Jail Administrator Lt. Greg Fitzpatrick sorts through color-coded folders each containing the 207 Ohio Revised Code standards that full-service jails must follow and keep on file for their annual Ohio Department of Rehabilitation & Corrections inspection. The county jail passed its state inspection on these standards that was conducted Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. (EXAMINER PHOTO | MANDY LOEHR)
Logan County Jail officials were pleased to receive word this month that the 284 S. County Road 32, Bellefontaine, facility passed its 2016 state inspection with flying colors, a relief after the many hours spent readying for the process.
Assistant Jail Administrator Adam Fullerton even attended a training ahead of the Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction inspection to learn specifically how to prepare paperwork and procedural information.
“We have probably 200 man hours between Sgt. Fullerton, myself and team of corrections employees that prepared us for the inspection,” Jail Administrator Lt. Greg Fitzpatrick said Wednesday.
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