2014 Special Session I

Budget Bill - HB5001 (Introduced)

Department of Juvenile Justice

Item 409

Item 409

First Year - FY2013Second Year - FY2014
Operation of Secure Correctional Facilities (39800)$80,807,099$73,069,943
Juvenile Corrections Center Management (39801)FY2013 $6,440,884FY2014 $6,440,884
Food Services - Prisons (39807)FY2013 $5,984,307FY2014 $5,984,307
Medical and Clinical Services - Prisons (39810)FY2013 $8,900,581FY2014 $8,900,581
Physical Plant Services - Prisons (39815)FY2013 $6,171,104FY2014 $6,171,104
Offender Classification and Time Computation Services (39830)FY2013 $1,293,404FY2014 $1,293,404
Juvenile Supervision and Management Services (39831)FY2013 $42,633,054FY2014 $34,895,898
Juvenile Rehabilitation and Treatment Services (39832)FY2013 $9,383,765FY2014 $9,383,765
Fund Sources:  
GeneralFY2013 $77,753,073FY2014 $70,015,917
SpecialFY2013 $1,551,293FY2014 $1,551,293
Dedicated Special RevenueFY2013 $48,000FY2014 $48,000
Federal TrustFY2013 $1,454,733FY2014 $1,454,733

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. The Director, Department of Juvenile Justice, in response to the continuing downward trend of the juvenile population and requirements imposed by the federal government, is directed to implement the downsizing and repurposing of its juvenile facilities.  It is anticipated that by relocating the department's reception center and the repurposing of the Oak Ridge and Hanover Juvenile Correctional Centers, the agency will be able to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of its operations and enhance the services provided to juveniles committed to state facilities in the areas of education, re-entry, mental health treatment, health services, and various other programmatic areas.