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RFQQ Released for Compliance Monitoring of Adult Lockups and Jails in Washington State

The Washington State Partnership Council on Juvenile Justice - WA-PCJJ is requesting Qualifications and Quotations for a principal compliance monitor to conduct the monitoring of adult lockups, holding facilities and Jails in Washington State for the requirements of the federal Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act - JJDPA.  The role of the monitor is to educate and provide guidance to law enforcement agencies and adult jails in meeting these core requirements.

The compliance monitor will:  

  • Conduct the onsite compliance monitoring of up to 80 adult jails, lockups and holding facilities statewide;
  • Verify compliance with, and gather detailed information concerning violations of, [Sec. 223] (a) (11), (12), and (13) of the JJDP Act of 2002;
  • Conduct onsite compliance monitoring of the state’s one collocated facility (located in Colfax, Washington);
  • Provide recommendations and guidance to law enforcement agencies and jails, as applicable, in order to meet and maintain compliance with the following federal JJDPA requirements:  Jail Removal, Separation, and the Deinstitutionalization of Status Offenders - DSO;
  • Provide individual written reports of each facility that is monitored (utilizing an established 2-page Word forms document).

Proposals Due Date – June 6, 2014

Access the full Request for Qualifications and Quotations - RFQQ (PDF) (WORD)



Grant Applications Online:

To Complete the Forms Electronically: You will need to download the free Shana Informed filler.

On opening your first Shana form, you will be asked to enter a registration key. Please enter 32064015014070671 (you only need to enter this once).

IMPORTANT:The application forms are for proposals that have been selected as finalists in response to a WA-PCJJ Request for Proposals - RFP OR Request for Qualifications and Quotations - RFQQ; OR at the request of the Office of Juvenile Justice.
See Founding Opportunities above for current Request for Proposals - RFP and Request for Quotations and Qualifications - RFQQ.

All application packets consist of TWO (2) parts.

Part One: is the application

Part Two: is the Terms and Conditions

After downloading the appropriate grant application, please do the following:

  • Complete the forms and print them
  • Please "do not" staple the application
  • Mail THREE signed copies to the address below
    (Our office must have original signatures)

Mailing Address:
Washington Partnership Council on Juvenile Justice
Department of Social and Health Services
c/o Office of Juvenile Justice
PO Box 45828
Olympia, WA 98504-5828

Shipping Address:
Washington Partnership Council on Juvenile Justice
Department of Social and Health Services
c/o Office of Juvenile Justice
1115 Washington OB-2, 3rd Floor
Corner of 14/Jefferson
Olympia, WA 98504

Questions
Please contact the Office of Juvenile Justice at 360.902.7526

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