2009 Session

Budget Bill - HB1600 (Chapter 781)

Department of Juvenile Justice

Item 412

Item 412

First Year - FY2009Second Year - FY2010
Operation of Secure Correctional Facilities (39800)$92,436,862$92,436,862
Juvenile Corrections Center Management (39801)FY2009 $9,485,500FY2010 $9,485,500
Food Services - Prisons (39807)FY2009 $6,593,821FY2010 $6,593,821
Medical and Clinical Services - Prisons (39810)FY2009 $8,891,244FY2010 $8,891,244
Physical Plant Services - Prisons (39815)FY2009 $5,842,338FY2010 $5,842,338
Offender Classification and Time Computation Services (39830)FY2009 $1,305,737FY2010 $1,305,737
Juvenile Supervision and Management Services (39831)FY2009 $48,412,452FY2010 $48,412,452
Juvenile Rehabilitation and Treatment Services (39832)FY2009 $11,649,868FY2010 $11,649,868
Minimum Security Services (39833)FY2009 $255,902FY2010 $255,902
Fund Sources:  
GeneralFY2009 $88,286,713FY2010 $88,286,713
SpecialFY2009 $2,470,416FY2010 $2,470,416
Dedicated Special RevenueFY2009 $25,000FY2010 $25,000
Federal TrustFY2009 $1,654,733FY2010 $1,654,733

Authority: §§ 16.1-278.8, 16.1-285.1, 66-13, 66-16, 66-18, 66-19, 66-22 and 66-25.1, Code of Virginia.

A. The Department of Juvenile Justice shall retain all funds paid for the support of children committed to the department to be used for the security, care and treatment of said children.

B. Included within this appropriation is $838,696 from the general fund and $50,000 from nongeneral funds in the first year and $838,696 from the general fund and $50,000 from nongeneral funds in the second year for the Department of Juvenile Justice to contract for the operation of two cottages at Beaumont Juvenile Correctional Center that have been converted into transitional housing space.

C. Beginning with the effective date of any agreement whereby Culpeper County becomes a member of a detention home commission, or signs an agreement with a local detention home, to house juveniles in detention as provided in § 16.1-248.1 or § 16.1-284.1, Code of Virginia, the existing memorandum of agreement between Culpeper County and the Department of Juvenile Justice, under which the department currently houses Culpeper juveniles who are detained, shall be terminated. Culpeper County shall satisfy any amount owed the department for any days during which it housed such juveniles on behalf of the county, but shall be forgiven any outstanding amount for guaranteed bed space which it did not utilize. The amount to be forgiven shall be certified by the department, and the county shall apply an equal amount to the cost of joining a detention commission, or for providing alternative programs to detention, or both, over the five-year period following termination of the agreement with the department. The county shall submit an audited statement to the department demonstrating the appropriate expenditure of such funds no later than June 30, 2012.