Updated April 20, 2019 10:35:12The inmates in the Los Angeles County Jail have a lot to worry about, including:1.
When the next inmate is released, who will be released to them?
The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department says inmates will be able to pick up the phone and call the new jail on their own.
But what about someone who has a serious medical condition?
Are they supposed to be transferred?2.
If a person with serious medical conditions is not transferred, will the person be allowed to be placed in isolation?3.
Will there be access to a phone number or e-mail for prisoners who need help?4.
Will a prisoner be able call their family or friends if they are not in isolation, or will they need to stay at home and be monitored?5.
How will the county handle someone who is charged with a crime?
Will they let them go without trial or will there be some sort of “administrative” process?6.
If someone is found to have an STD, how will they be punished?7.
How long will it take to process someone’s court-martial decision?8.
How many days will a person have to wait to see a judge or have a hearing before a judge?9.
How much will it cost to get a hearing?10.
How do I know if I have a serious mental health condition?11.
If there are any concerns about someone’s health, will there ever be an investigation?
The jail also will require prisoners to keep their own cellphones and pay for their own meals.
The cost is about $30 a day.
But inmates who are charged with crimes are not expected to get any of this.
The jail’s new chief executive, Anthony Carnevale, said in an interview with USA Today that the county jails would still keep all of their facilities staffed with jail officers and staff.
But Carneval said the jail’s staff is “going to be more experienced” and more dedicated to keeping inmates safe.
The jail will also be hiring more mental health workers.
A new plan to improve the jails health and safety is expected to be released this summer.
The inmates’ rights groups say the jail needs to improve and they want to know what the county is doing to address the issues outlined above.
But they also say it is not enough.
They say it’s an injustice to jail inmates for having the same problems as other inmates.
Inmates have a right to have health care, food, and a place to sleep and shower.
They also have a civil right to receive a court-appointed lawyer if they have been arrested for a crime and are not being housed in a jail.
And they have a constitutional right to a speedy trial.