NEW JAIL + SHERIFF'S OFFICE

The location and final layout of the new jail and Sheriff’s Office has not been determined. The below example is a preliminary design outline, which would be modified to respond to the chosen site. The diagram focuses on modern jail best practices - click on the numbers below to learn more. 

Existing Facility Plan

Modern Configuration Option

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Modern Configuration Option Details

1

Housing Structure: 
Glass cell fronts isolate sound, increase fire/smoke separation, and reduce ligature risks. Double-bunked, stacked cells maximize required square footage. The current facility has 97 beds. This diagram shows space for 110 beds with a future maximum of 166 beds.

2

Control Space: 
Elevated control space can oversee two levels of glass front cells and day-lit dayrooms. 

Updated security electronics systems

3

Typical Rear Chase: 

Allows maintenance of systems outside the inmate occupied area.

4

Secure Intake: 

Organized and secure intake, transfer and release area to maintain control of in-custody defendants entering and leaving the facility. 

5

Vehicle Sally Port (VSP): 

Securely and safely move in-custody defendants.

ADDITIONAL DESIGN ELEMENTS

 

  • Commercial Grade Laundry: Equipment with ozone systems to reduce operating costs. 

  • Video Visitation System: To increase visitation availability and reduce inmate movement. 

  • Property Storage: Securely maintain and organize inmate property. 

 
 
 
 
 
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