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File #: 22-00191    Version: 1
Type: Administrative Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 2/28/2022 In control: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
On agenda: 3/8/2022 Final action: 3/8/2022
Title: Consider recommendations regarding a response to the 2021 Grand Jury Report entitled "Suicide in Santa Barbara County Main Jail: A Challenge for Law Enforcement and Health Professionals", as follows: a) Consider and adopt the responses as the Board of Supervisors' response to the 2021 Grand Jury report entitled "Suicide in Santa Barbara County Main Jail: A Challenge for Law Enforcement and Health Professionals"; b) Authorize the Chair to sign the letter and forward the letter and responses to the Presiding Judge of Santa Barbara County Superior Court; and c) Determine pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines 15378(b)(5) that the above actions are not a project subject to CEQA review, because they are government administrative activities that do not result in direct or indirect physical changes to the environment.
Sponsors: COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE
Attachments: 1. Board Letter, 2. Attachment A BOS Response GJ Report - Suicide In The Main Jail, 3. Attachment B Grand Jury Report - Suicide in Santa Barbara County Main Jail, 4. Signed Letter, 5. Minute Order

Title

Consider recommendations regarding a response to the 2021 Grand Jury Report entitled “Suicide in Santa Barbara County Main Jail: A Challenge for Law Enforcement and Health Professionals”, as follows:

 

a) Consider and adopt the responses as the Board of Supervisors’ response to the 2021 Grand Jury report entitled “Suicide in Santa Barbara County Main Jail: A Challenge for Law Enforcement and Health Professionals”;

 

b) Authorize the Chair to sign the letter and forward the letter and responses to the Presiding Judge of Santa Barbara County Superior Court; and

 

c) Determine pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines 15378(b)(5) that the above actions are not a project subject to CEQA review, because they are government administrative activities that do not result in direct or indirect physical changes to the environment.