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Task Force 2.0 - General Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Robert Chang (he/him)
14:32
We’l start at 12:03. I’m enjoying the pre-meeting chit chat.
Diane Clarkson
16:34
Great to see everyone. Good to know that you are all healthy!
Sahar Fathi (she/her)
26:13
Is it possible to have this graphic emailed out to us?
Sandra Simpson
29:14
Do you know if the same type of measures are being done in other counties and the state prisons? Airway Heights prison had over 200 positive tests on Sunday alone.
Christy Peters
31:29
Thurston County is implementing similar measures with collaboration of criminal justice partners and is currently under 50% of occupancy. from the first week in March.
Clayton Mosher
32:11
clark county as well, although we have had a covid outbreak in the jail
Eric Richey
32:42
We did similar things in Whatcom County. Our jail numbers have increased some over the past few months.
Brenda E Williams
35:17
Are the video visits at Snohomish County Jail confidential with attorneys? I represent Tulalip Tribal members housed at snoco and my interaction with the company providing the service “Getting Out” is that all videos are recorded, no exceptions.
Diane Clarkson
35:56
Pierce County has implemented similar measures and have modified charging standards and quashing outstanding warrants for misdemeanors and low-level felonies.
Michele Fukawa
41:21
It's good to see numbers from other counties. The average jail population in Spokane Co jail was 960 in 2019. This reduced to around 500 early in the pandemic. Now it's risen to 700+.
Christy Peters
43:43
Thurston Co. average jail population was approx. 440-450, prior to COVID. It has been reduced to under 225 since March and was at 200 this morning.
Steve Gonzalez
45:42
RaceA AsianB Black or African AmericanI American Indian or Alaskan NativeM MultiracialP Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific IslanderR RefusedW White or CaucasianU UnknownEthnicityH HispanicN Non-HispanicU UnknownEthnicity data is only available through AOC Data Dissemination process, as the variable currently is not displayed in JIS-Link.
Diane Clarkson
50:06
Pierce County jail has used some CARES Act funding to help pay for electronic home monitoring on cases where defendants are sentenced to jail time - misdemeanor offenders and, I believe, some low-level felonies.
Rosemarie Clemente
52:05
Thank you Justice Gonzalez for pointing out the inaccuracies associated with the Hispanic data category and the collection process of that data. Muchas Gracias.
kimberlyambrose
58:38
FYI 1658 people in KC Jail today. ADP 2159 in 2019.
Jaime Hawk (she/her)
59:09
Here is a link to the ACLU of Washington's jail tracker referenced: https://www.aclu-wa.org/story/don%E2%80%99t-go-back-washington-jails-should-permanently-adopt-practices-led-reductions-populations
Clayton Mosher
01:00:30
can you track who is committing the crimes (i.e., are they the folks you are releasing?)
Charles Reasons
01:01:08
great point about covid causes us to work together despite differences in ideology. can this continue.....
Mario L. Barnes
01:02:02
Has there been any suggestion for inter-county coordination for these protocols?
Clayton Mosher
01:04:27
I also understand that WASPC is having discussions on these issues
Charles Reasons
01:09:10
does this restorative process consider race/ethnicity?
Brenda E Williams
01:11:48
What was the name of the program? Restorative Pathways?
Robert Chang (he/him)
01:12:04
Restorative Community Passageways
Jason Schwarz
01:12:47
Hi all. I have to leave for another meeting. Thank you for inviting me and thank you all for the work that you're doing and plan to do address disparities in the legal system. Feel free to contact me at any time if we should connect. jason.schwarz@snoco.org. Happy Friday.
Brenda E Williams
01:12:48
thank you
Rosemarie Clemente
01:13:30
Thank you, Marcus for your inspiring words.
Charles Reasons
01:14:12
It was excellent -thanks Marcus
Sahar Fathi (she/her)
01:14:36
Marcus did you do an impact review tool for this? i'm guessing yes, what were some of the results?
Diane Clarkson
01:15:09
What does the budget look like for this Restorative Community Passageways?
kimberlyambrose
01:16:22
Have there been cost savings related to the reduced jail population?
Clayton Mosher
01:22:13
great to hear from you again, Marcus
robert Boruchowitz
01:22:39
if we could receive details on the different projects, including what organizations will do what, that would be great.
Lillian Hawkins (She/Her)
01:22:52
Thank you Mr. Stubblefield, great to see you!
Charles Reasons
01:24:44
can you share more specifics about how tax is used for ex offenders?
Charles Reasons
01:25:59
great-thanks!
mstubblefield@kingcounty.gov
01:27:06
mstubblefield@kingcounty.gov
Gail Stone
01:27:34
gail.stone@kingcounty.gov
mstubblefield@kingcounty.gov
01:29:00
Hi Lillian, I hope you are well.
robert Boruchowitz
01:29:04
Thank you Bob for your commitment and leadership
Clayton Mosher
01:29:23
and thank you, Bob
Lillian Hawkins (She/Her)
01:29:23
Thank you!!!!
Charles Reasons
01:29:33
Yes, thanks for your leadership!
Sahar Fathi (she/her)
01:29:35
Thank YOU Bob
Lorraine Bannai (she/her)
01:29:49
Thank you, all.
Diane Clarkson
01:29:56
Thank YOU, Bob!!