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HomeMy Public PortalAboutSoutheast Corrections Probation Services Agreement This Agreement is made by and between Southeast Corrections, LLC, a limited liability company,organized under the laws of the State of Georgia,with its principal place of business at 7216 Skidaway Road, Ste. A, Savannah, Georgia 31406,hereinafter called "Contractor"or "Southeast"and the Municipal Court of Tybee Island, Georgia hereinafter called"Court". This Agreement is governed by Article 6 of Chapter 8 of Title 42 of the Official Code of Georgia, Annotated. The parties enter into the Agreement under the specific authority of O.C.G.A. §§42-8-100, et seq., and all other applicable provisions of Georgia law. NOW,THEREFORE,in consideration of the mutual covenants herein contained, the parties agree as follows: SCOPE OF SERVICES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONTRACTOR In consideration of the obligations of the Court or governing authority, Contractor shall provide the following services. A. Responsibilities of Probation Services Contractor 1.) Compliance with Statutes and Rules. Contractor shall comply with Article 6 of Title 42 Chapter 8 of the Official Code of Georgia and all standards,rules and regulations promulgated by the County and Municipal Probation Advisory Council. 2.) Records and Confidentiality. Contractor shall create and maintain individual files for each offender receiving services from Contractor in accordance with this Agreement. Contractor shall maintain the confidentiality of all files,records and papers relative to supervision of probationers under this Agreement. These records, files and papers shall be available only to the judge of the court handling the case,the Department of Audits and Accounts,the County and Municipal Probation Advisory Council and upon transfer of probation supervision to the State,to the Georgia Department of Corrections as to any subsequent provider of probation services. 3.) Financial Records. Contractor shall maintain financial records according to generally accepted accounting practices. 4.) Officer Qualifications and Training. Contractor shall employ competent and able personnel to provide the services to be rendered hereunder and to appropriately administer the caseload.All probation officers shall be at least twenty-one(21)years of age and have the educational qualifications as required by Section 42-8-102 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated. All probation officers shall also comply with the orientation and continuing education training required per annum under the same Code Section.No person who has been convicted of a felony will be employed by Contractor as a probation officer. 5.) Criminal History Check. Contractor shall have a criminal history records check made of all probation officers and certify the results to the County and Municipal Probation Advisory Council. 6.) Officer per Probationer Ratio. . Contractor shall manage caseload limits so as not to exceed a reasonable amount of probationers per probation officer for both basic supervision and intensive supervision purposes. 7.) Location Place of Business. Contractor shall maintain a local satellite office in Chatham County for meeting with and providing the services to probationers. B. Reports to Court Contractor shall provide written reports monthly to the Court listing the services rendered and provide such other reports as may be requested by the Court during the period of this Agreement which may include but are not limited to statistical reports, caseload data, and other records documenting the identity of the probationer, the status of each probationer's case,the services provided,and the monies collected. Monthly reports will be delivered to the Court on or before the tenth(10th)day of the following month or at such other times as might be agreed upon. Contractor shall provide personal history, employment data, and location information to Court and law enforcement as necessary in tracking probation violators. C. Tender of Collections. Contractor shall tender to the Clerk of the Court a report of collections and all fines and costs collected during the month from probationers on a monthly basis. Restitution shall also be paid on a monthly basis unless otherwise agreed to by Contractor and the Clerk of the Court. In the event Contractor cannot locate the victim,payment shall be made to the Clerk of the Court. Contractor shall credit payments of funds in the following order of priority: 1)funds paid by the probationer for drug and alcohol screening test fees, 2)restitution, 3) fines,4) court costs and surcharges, 5)program costs,and 6)probation fees. Contractor shall not retain or profit from any fines,restitution, fees or cost collected from probationers except the probation fee authorized by this Agreement. D. Access to Contractor Records. 1.) Upon ten (10) days written notice, Contractor shall provide to the Court access to all books, records, correspondence, receipts, vouchers, memoranda, and financial information pertaining to the services rendered under this Agreement for any purpose including but not limited to a conducting or reviewing a complete fiscal or program audit for any fiscal or calendar year. 2.) All records initiated, maintained, kept, generated or reviewed by Contractor on, or relating to, or regarding offenders sentenced by the Court and/or referred to Contractor, shall be the sole and exclusive property of the Court, and upon termination of this contract Contractor shall immediately transfer all such records to the Court, including all written records and computer stored records, regardless of the providing or generating source. All computer stored records shall either be provided on a disc or flash drive or in such other form as to be compatible with a computer program and computer system used by the Court so that the stored information can be retrieved or recalled by the Court, or alternatively, Contractor may provide the Court with a print out of all such computer stored records. 3.) Fiscal Audit: Contractor shall employ an independent auditor to annually audit its records and books pertaining to the services rendered to the court.A written copy of this audit shall be - provided to the Court and(City of Tybee Island within two (2)months of the close of the year audited. 4.) Good Business Practices. Contractor shall not engage in any other employment,business or activity that interferes or conflicts with the duties and responsibilities under this Agreement and shall not allow its employees to do so. Furthermore, neither Contractor nor any of its officers, employees or agents shall lend any monies nor have personal business dealings with a probationer under the supervision of Contractor. E. Scope of Services to Probationers by Contractor Contractor shall provide the following services to probationers referred to the Contractor by the Court. 1.) Court Attendance and Probationer Case History. During all court sessions, Contractor shall have a probation officer attend and interview each offender to complete a case and personal history and to provide orientation and instruction regarding compliance with the Court's ordered conditions of probation. At orientation,the probation officer shall provide a list of all service fees to the probationer. 2.) Supervision. Contractor shall monitor and supervise probationers to ensure compliance with the Court's order of probation. Contractor shall make a supervision assessment of the offender and determine the probationer's reporting schedule. Offenders determined by the court to be indigent shall be supervised at no cost to the probationer or the Court or governing body. 3.) Restitution,Fine and Fee Collection. Contractor shall collect restitution, fines,court costs and fees, program fees,and probation fees as ordered by the Court. Contractor shall provide an itemized bill prepared in accordance with accepted accounting practices for each month for each probationer. 4.) Community Service._Contractor shall coordinate,monitor, and ensure compliance with community service by each probationer as ordered by the Court. Contractor will maintain records of service participation. To the fullest extent possible, Contractor shall ensure that community service by probationers is conducted on Tybee Island. 5.) Employment Assistance. Contractor shall prepare referrals and lend reasonable assistance to probationers either to the extent ordered by the Court or to the extent available for probationers desiring employment assistance or counseling. 6.) Drug/Alcohol Screening Contractor shall coordinate with local authorities and facilities, evaluation and assessment of probationers for drug/alcohol rehabilitation, mental health or psychological counseling, or educational programs mandated by the Court and shall require probationer's compliance. Contractor shall conduct drug and alcohol screens as determined necessary by the Court. The probationer shall be responsible for the costs of all drug or alcohol screens and testing. 7.) .Electronic Monitoring. _Contractor when so ordered shall provide and operate a system of electronic home detention monitoring as specified in Exhibit_at the expense of the probationer. 8.) Reports of Violations Probation. Contractor shall recommend revocation of probation whenever the probationer has failed to substantially comply with the terms and conditions of probation. The Court shall provide Contractor with direction of what constitutes a substantial failure to comply with probation terms and conditions. Contractor shall prepare probation violation warrants and orders for submission to the Court. Contractor shall have probation officers available to testify at probation revocation hearings, sentencing hearings and such other hearings as deemed reasonable and necessary by the Court. Minor violations of probation although not cause for revocation shall be included in the regular reports made to the Court under this Agreement. The Court shall provide Contractor direction as to what curative measures should be taken in the case of minor violations. 9.) Pre-sentence Investigations. When directed by the Court, Contractor shall conduct pre- sentence investigations for the Court as requested. A written report shall be prepared and delivered to the Court. A pre-sentence investigation shall include: 1)a report on the circumstances of the offense, 2)a social and family background examination, 3) a criminal history check through Georgia Crime Information Center and the National Crime Information Center,and 4)a report of current circumstances and conditions of the defendant. 10.) Contractor shall follow all rules, regulations and policies set forth by the City of Tybee Island and the Municipal Probation Advisory Council of Georgia. OBLIGATIONS OF THE COURT OR GOVERNING AUTHORITY In consideration for the services of Southeast Corrections, LLC, Contractor,the Court shall provide the following: Referral. Refer appropriate cases to Contractor for community supervision. Order each probationer to remit to Southeast Corrections, LLC, Contractor, payment according to the services ordered by the Court according to the services noted in this Agreement. The Court shall, in its discretion,enforce payment and failure to pay shall be a violation of probation that may result in revocation. Utilize pre-trial supervision program, EM and programs if and when appropriate. Such conditions may be ordered by the Court through the initial Court order or as a result of an amended order of the Court. Payment from Probationers. Any payments for specified services herein shall be the sole responsibility of probationer unless otherwise agreed to by the Court. Further,there may be additional amounts that the Court may instruct Southeast Corrections to collect(such as restitution,court fines and fees). As used in the Agreement,the term "probationer"shall mean the person actually receiving the services or meaning the person actually being supervised, or participating in a Program or directly receiving or using any other Southeast Corrections' service or equipment. Southeast Corrections shall collect such probation fee for each month or portion of a month a probationer is under Southeast Corrections' supervision. Pre-sentence Investigations. When ordered by the Court, Contractor shall provide a pre-sentence investigation report and Court shall pay to Contractor an agreed upon sum set at the time such request is made. Access to Criminal Histories. The Court shall assist Contractor in obtaining access to criminal histories in the Georgia Crime Information Center and National Crime Information Center through local law enforcement in order for Contractor to conduct pre-sentence or probationer investigations as may be requested by the Court. TERM Period of Service. Contractor shall commence performance on April 1,2013. This agreement shall terminate at the end of the current calendar year and at the end of each calendar year thereafter for which the contract is renewed. The contract will automatically renew for the next calendar year unless notice of intention not to renew is given by the court to the contractor at least sixty (60)days prior to the end of the then calendar year Termination. Either party may terminate this Agreement upon thirty(30) days written notice. The Court may terminate this Agreement immediately for cause, including without limitation material breach of this Agreement,insolvency of Contractor, filing of a voluntary or involuntary case in bankruptcy. Within ten (10)working days of termination, Contractor shall peacefully surrender to the Court all records and documents generated by Contractor in connection with this Agreement and the services thereunder and any equipment or supplies assigned to Contractor by the Court. Contractor shall turn over to the Clerk of Court any moneys collected or received less supervision fees validly incurred and duly owing to Contractor through the termination date. Any fines,costs,fees or restitution received by Contractor from probationers of this Court after termination of this Agreement shall be forwarded to the Clerk of Court, other than fees earned by Contractor. The Court shall provide Contractor a receipt for all property surrendered under this provision. REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF CONTRACTOR INDEMNITY,INSURANCE,AND BONDING OBLIGATIONS OF CONTRACTOR Insurance. Southeast shall maintain comprehensive general liability insurance, including acts,errors, or omissions and contractual liability insurance, in an amount of not Iess than$1,000,000.00. Prior to commencing services under this Agreement, Southeast shall furnish to the Court a Certificate of Insurance or other evidence that the required insurance is in effect,and shall provide the Court with Certificates of Insurance for all new or renewal policies. The Court shall be named as an additional insured on all policies other than the errors and omissions,worker's compensation, contractual portions issued to satisfy the above requirements. Certificates shall be mailed to the Court. Further, Southeast shall maintain surety bonding for all employees in the amount of $25,000.00. Indemnification. Neither the Court nor the City of Tybee Island shall be liable to Contractor nor to anyone who may claim a right resulting from any relationship with Contractor, for any acts of Contractor, its employees,agents or participants in the perfoanance of services conducted on the property of the City of Tybee Island as provided in Appendix A. Contractor agrees that Appendix A is expressly made a part of this agreement. Contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the Court and the City of Tybee Island from any claims,demands, actions,proceedings, expenses, damages, liabilities or losses( including but not limited to attorney's fees and courts costs) and any causes of action arising from any acts or omissions arising out of or in connection with the services performed by Contractor or its employees and agents under the terms of this Agreement. DEFAULT Deficiency in Service by Contractor In the event that the court determines that there are deficiencies in the services provided by Contractor hereunder,the Court may terminate this Agreement in accordance with the provisions hereof or notify the Contractor in writing as to the exact nature of such deficiency. Within ten(10)days of receipt of such notice, the Contractor shall cure or take reasonable steps to cure the deficiencies. In the event the company fails to cure or take reasonable steps to cure the deficiencies to the Court's satisfaction,the Court may declare the Contractor in default and the Court may terminate this Agreement. MISCELLANEOUS Time is of the Essence of this Agreement. Compliance with the Law. The Contractor shall comply with all federal,state and local laws statutes,regulations and ordinances arising out of or in connection with the performance of its services pursuant to this Agreement. Independent Contractor Contractor is an independent contractor and is not an agent,joint venturer or other affiliate of the City of Tybee Island or Court in any way. Contractor shall use its own employees and agents to perform this Contract. It is agreed that Contractor is solely responsible for payment of all federal, state,and local income taxes,self-employed Social Security taxes,and any other similar obligations arising from the performance of this Agreement or receipt of compensation therefore. The Contractor agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Court and the City of Tybee Island from and against any and all federal, state,or local tax liability or penalties that may arise from the payments made to the Contractor pursuant to this Agreement. The Contractor acknowledges that neither it nor its employees are eligible for any benefits provided by the Court or the City of Tybee Island to their respective employees. Special Provisions. The Exhibits A,B and C attached hereto are incorporated herein and are made a part hereof. Entire Agreement. This Agreement,including all exhibits attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, constitutes the entire agreement between the parties hereto and supersedes any and all agreements,whether written or oral,that may exist between the parties regarding the same.No representations,inducements, promises, or agreements between the parties not embodied herein shall be of any force and effect.No amendment or modification to this Agreement or any waiver of any provision hereto shall be effective unless in writing and signed by both parties. Binding Agreement. This Agreement shall not be binding upon any successor to the undersigned Judge of the Municipal Court of the City of Tybee Island, Georgia unless ratified by the successor in office. If a successor attains the position of undersigned judge,and this Agreement is not ratified by such successor,then Contractor shall be permitted a reasonable time period, no less than ninety (90)days, in which to wind up its activities. The Court will be deemed not to have ratified the Agreement unless Court gives written notice of ratification within 30 days of taking the oath of office. Assignment. The Court has entered into this Agreement in part on the basis of personal reliance in the integrity and qualifications of the staff of Contractor. Contractor may not delegate, assign or subcontract any obligation of Contractors performance under the Contract and may not assign any right under this Contract,in either case without Court's written approval. The Court's discretion in this regard shall be absolute. Notice. Any notices made in accordance with this Agreement except as otherwise set out in Item J, shall be in writing and shall be made by registered or certified mail,return receipt requested,to: Notification for Southeast Corrections is: Roy Harrell CEO/President 771 Mill Road McDonough, GA 30253 Phone: (678) 575-8751 Fax: (770) 957-7333 Notification for the Court is: The Honorable Steven Scheer Chief Judge P.O. Box 1340 Tybee Island, GA 31328 Phone: (912) 472-5081 Fax: (912) 786-5737 With a copy to: Edward M. Hughes, Esq. P.O. Box 9150 Savannah, GA 31412 Phone: (912) 238-2750 Fax: (912)238-2767 IN WITNESS WHEREOF,the parties have executed this Agreement as of the day and year first above written. SERVICE PROVIDER: SOUTHEAS���T CTIONS L .- - 4001.10,1•0111111illi TYBEE ISLAND,GEORGIA TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA. �7 �l J A N BUELTERMAN,MAYOR STEVE w SCHEER,JUDGE TYBEE ISLAND,GEORGIA ATTEST: • i EDWARD M.HUG ' J ERIC CITY ATTORNEY TYBEE ISLAND,GEORGIA �Irl�J�rly� !11I1s<'fr'is • • • EXHIBIT A: ELECTRONIC MONITORING SERVICES CORRECTIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN SOUTHEAST CORRECTIONS, LLC.(SOUTHEAST CORRECTIONS)AND THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF TYBEE ISLAND,GEORGIA • In addition to the terms and provisions set forth in the above referenced Agreement, the following terms shall apply to all electronic monitoring services provided under the Agreement. SERVICES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF SOUTHEAST CORRECTIONS Monitoring Services. Southeast Corrections will provide the following monitoring services to the Court for the Courts'operation of an electronic monitoring program. The monitoring services provided hereunder are specifically designed to determine by electronic means the presence of a person at a specified location{typically that person's.place of residence). Southeast Corrections will perform the functions of data entry and data storage for all properly enrolled Probationers. The data entry function consists of the input of all required demographic, curfew, and system configuration information on each case into the central host computer system. Southeast Corrections will maintain twenty-four(24)hour, seven (7)days per week management of Probationer data enrolled hereunder. • Southeast Corrections will provide notification of Alert conditions to authorized and identified Courts' staff. Alert notification will be in accordance with Section (Standard Monitoring Program Level) herein or as agreed upon in writing by the Court and Southeast Corrections. Alert Condition and Equipment status information for each Probationer will be documented and maintained by Southeast Corrections. • Notification Options. Standard Monitoring Program Level. The Standard Monitoring Program has as its primary intent the non-immediate monitoring of compliance to ordered conditions. This program does NOT provide 24-hour enforcement of conditions. This program is NOT recommended for high-risk probation cases. At this level of monitoring, the Court determines that next business day(or later as determined by the Court) notification is acceptable on any and all violations incurred during the monitoring period. Other Notification Levels. Because certain electronic monitoring equipment provides round-the-clock monitoring, it is possible to increase the notification frequency for higher-risk cases. In such cases the Court may desire more immediate notification; Southeast Corrections will increase the level of notification • provided appropriate Court personnel can be made available for response. In the absence of written notification procedures to the contrary,the Standard Monitoring Level will apply. Maintenance. Southeast Corrections shall maintain the Equipment at its expense. The Probationer shall be responsible for lost or missing Equipment and/or the cost of required repairs necessitated by the Probationer's negligence or the damage or destruction of.the Equipment by parties other than Southeast Corrections. The Court will assist Southeast Corrections in enforcement of this policy. • Southeast Corrections LLC 7216 Skidaway Road,Suite A,Savannah,GA,31406 Office: 912-388-2470 Fax: 912-777-4661 Version:Southeast Corrections—April,2013 •` EQUIPMENT. Southeast Corrections shall supply a sufficient quantity of Units to meet the Courts' need subject to forty-eight(48) hour notice prior to shipment. MONITORING SYSTEM Description. The monitoring system utilized hereunder is an active monitoring system consisting of a Transmitter, an FMD and a central computer system. The Units communicate with the hos computer system through the Probationer's standard telephone service. System Maintenance. The Court acknowledges that periodic maintenance on the host computer system is required. During the performance of this maintenance, the system may be required to be temporarily "off-line". The Court will be notified in advance of any such situation. SOUTHEAST CORRECTIONS expressly disclaims any warranty that any equipment provided hereunder is impervious to tampering. . . THE COURTS1 OBLIGATIONS. The Court shall have the responsibility to: Refer appropriate cases to Southeast Corrections for supervision. Identify authorized personnel to which Southeas Corrections may report violations. Provide to Southeast Corrections required Probationer case and curfew information and Court Order. identify and make available the Courts'staff and/or Equipment(fax pager)for the purposes notification by Southeast Corrections to the Court of alerts and equipment status problems. Southeast Corrections LLC 7216 Skidaway Road Suite A, Savannah, GA,31406 Office: 012'388'2470 Fax: 912-777-4661 Version:Southeast Corrections—April,2013 i I - itt sm�rr,,fr ns EXHIBIT B: PROGRAM SERVICES CORRECTIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN SOUTHEAST CORRECTIONS, LLC.(SOUTHEAST CORRECTIONS)AND THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA s°'i? 10,,.a h c t. .f ,xR.Z3 x.€a 3j- "< 3*a?ta r '"" at"'"" -f?,-s, ..- x2s #" y br+---'':e ( '� •. :a-t-tt. ` �S�u4. ll'.4 raw ,•A., fi: 4A Ott' ,r�` a 3y ,ter �_ �n -ta,� s m i.-.£?.ti. F,.� ����•••r F sr��,�`',c,�.�.���k"..��r� �k �" "� ..,,, � xr' v-Y; � y�' �'�z�' # '*'o ra ' dti ,! 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Standard Developed for chronic, as A cognitive-behavioral program designed $22.00 per group Cognitive Program well as multiple alcohol/drug to enhance social, moral and positive session offenders, particularly those behavioral growth in a progressive, ladder $30.00 workbook 12 steps who have been resistant and manner.This program addresses criminal 26 modules unsuccessful in various thinking patterns, relationship issues, other treatment programs. values, attitudes and cognitive processes. { New Directions First time shoplifting The course forces offenders to make an $100 includes the Theft/Shoplifting offenders or shoplifting honest assessment of the cost of their cost of workbook ■ Lifeskills Course offenders who have not crime both personally and for society, been ordered to complete while challenging the moral ethos of the i programming for prior offense in a cognitive environment. shoplifting offenses. . New Directions First time offenders or The course forces offenders to challenge $100 includes the Offender offenders who have not themselves and the thought processes cost of workbook Correction been ordered to complete that have lead them to their present Lifeskills Course programming for prior situation. The course uses cognitive criminal offenses. rehabilitative principles to incorporate English and right-thinking into the offender's normal Spanish versions decision-making process. available Southeast Corrections LLC 7216 Skidaway Road, Suite A, Savannah,GA,31406 Office: 912-388-2470 Fax: 912-777-4661 Version:Southeast Corrections—April,2013 j [ J Under The Program designed for Evidence based program to reduce $85.00 Influence minors in possession of harmful drinking behavior-Course provided (Course can be alcohol-education about by Std Millennium Classrooms-proctored repeated at no cost 9 modules-4 hour effects and decision making exam given in office by Probation Officer --parents have online course to verify completion FREE access) � I Marijuana 101 Program designed for first Personalized feedback through self- $85.00 time offenders-on-going assessment Specific info to each State- (Course can be 7 modules-3 hours updates as usage trends Course provided by 3rd Millennium repeated at no cost online course change Classrooms-proctored exam given in —parents have office by.Probation Officer to verify FREE completion access) Thinking Outside Appropriate for first-time A cognitive program which draws from a $100.00 The Box offenders. number of resources to establish a broad Includes workbook introduction into appropriate thinking and moral-based decision-making. Southeast Corrections LLC 7216 Skidaway Road,Suite A,Savannah,GA,31406 Office: 912-388-2470 Fax: 912-777-4661 Version:Southeast Corrections—April,2013 EXHIBIT C; ns PAYMENT/PRICING Payment from Probationers. Any payments for specified services herein will be the sole responsibility of Probationer unless otherwise agreed by the Court. Further, there may be additional amounts that the Court may instruct Southeast Corrections to collect(such as restitution, Court fines and fees). As used in the Agreement, the term "Probationer"shall mean the person actually receiving the services or meaning the person actually being supervised, or participating in a Program or directly receiving or using any other Southeast Corrections service or equipment. Southeast Corrections shall collect such probation fee for each month or portion of a month a probationer is under Southeast Corrections' supervision. PRICING TABLE Service • Period I Unit Rate Note Supervision Fee Monthly $40.00 Digital Photo Fee As required for warrants $ 4.00 Drug Testing-5-panel lab test Per Test $25.00 Drug Testing -7-panel lab test Per Test $30.00 GC/MS Confirmation Testing Per drug confirmed $25.00 At request of probationer On-Site Urine Analysis 5-panel Per Test $15.00 Group Program or Educational Services Per Session or Class As shown Detailed Table Exhibit B Electronic Monitoring RF Per Day $10.00 . Hook-up fee for disposable components EM One time $50.00 Alcohol breath testing-on-site Per Test $ 5.00 Electronic Monitoring—GPS Per Day $12.00 Discounted when Electronic Remote Alcohol Monitoring Per Day $ 5.00 coupled with RF/GPS Electronic Remote Alcohol Monitoring Per Day $12.00 No RF/GPS Monies collected $100.00-or" by SEC and paid Warrant Processing Administrative Cost Per Warrant Served as prescribed to City of Tybee Island- A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE CERTIFICATION The undersigned that the provisions of Code Sections 50-24-1 through 50-24-6 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated related to the drug free workplace have been complied with in full. The undersigned further certifies that: 1. A drug free workplace will be provided for employees during the performance of the contract; and 2. Each subcontractor under the direction of contractor shall secure the following written certification: Southeast Correction, LLC certifies to the Municipal Court of the City of Tybee Island that a drug free workplace will be provided for the employees during the performance of the contract known as Probation Services for Municipal Court("Project")pursuant to O.C.G.A. §50- 24-3(7)(b). Also,the undersigned further certifies that he/she will not engage in the unlawful manufacture, sale, distribution,possession, or use of a controlled substance or marijuana during the performance of the contract. O.C.G.A. §50-36-1(e)(2)Affidavit By executing this affidavit under oath, as an applicant for a Probation Services contract for a public benefit as referenced in O.C.G.A. § 50-36-1, from the City of Tybee Island, Georgia, the undersigned applicant verifies one of the following with respect to my application for a public benefit: 1) X I am a United States citizen. 2) I am a legal permanent resident of the United States. 3) I am a qualified alien or non-immigrant under the Federal Immigration and Nationality Act with an alien number issued by the Department of Homeland Security or other federal immigration agency. My alien number issued by the Department of Homeland Security or other federal immigration agency is: . The undersigned applicant also hereby verifies that he or she is 18 years of age or older and has provided at least one secure and verifiable document, as required by O.C.G.A. § 50-36-1(e)(1), with this affidavit. 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