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April 16, 1994 | SHELBY GRAD
The City Council this week unanimously approved a plan to convert the city's dormant jail into a privately run short-term detention center. City officials expect the 32-bed facility to open later this year. The move is expected to eventually generate as much as $150,000 a year for the city. The jail will house nonviolent inmates awaiting arraignment, usually within 48 hours of their arrest. It will be used by city police as well as neighboring law enforcement agencies. City Manager Jerry L.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 1994 | SHELBY GRAD
The City Council this week unanimously approved a plan to convert the city's dormant jail into a privately run short-term detention center. City officials expect the 32-bed facility to open later this year. The move is expected to eventually generate as much as $150,000 a year for the city. The jail will house nonviolent inmates awaiting arraignment, usually within 48 hours of their arrest. It will be used by city police as well as neighboring law enforcement agencies. City Manager Jerry L.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 4, 1991 | JOHN PENNER
The city jail, which now houses some County Jail inmates as well as its own local detainees, will also begin accommodating surplus prisoners from the Seal Beach jail when that facility overflows. Council members this week agreed to allow the Seal Beach Police Department to move inmates to the Huntington Beach city jail whenever necessary. On occasion, Seal Beach does not have enough officers on duty at its jail to comply with state laws on security and prisoner safety.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 4, 1991 | JOHN PENNER
The city jail, which now houses some County Jail inmates as well as its own local detainees, will also begin accommodating surplus prisoners from the Seal Beach jail when that facility overflows. Council members this week agreed to allow the Seal Beach Police Department to move inmates to the Huntington Beach city jail whenever necessary. On occasion, Seal Beach does not have enough officers on duty at its jail to comply with state laws on security and prisoner safety.
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