Report I2009-0702 Recommendation 3 Responses
Report I2009-0702: Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Its Poor Internal Controls Allowed Facilities to Overpay Employees for Inmate Supervision (Release Date: November 2009)
Case Number I2009-0702
Recommendation #3 To: Corrections and Rehabilitation, Department of
To ensure that employees who receive the pay differential supervise the required number of inmates for the required number of hours, Corrections should instruct employees who supervise inmates on how to qualify and remain qualified for the pay differential. The instruction should include what documentation the employees need to complete, the length of time they should retain this documentation, the location where they should store the documentation, and the actions they should take when they no longer meet the pay differential requirements.
Agency Response From December 2009
Corrections reported that in May 2010 it issued a department-wide operational procedure that clarified and defined the criteria for receiving inmate supervision pay, identified documentation and training needs, and established an internal audit process. Corrections also reported that in June 2010 it had conducted training with its personnel officers and personnel staff regarding its new department-wide procedure. In November 2010 Corrections stated that it was still developing an internal audit process to examine compliance with the operating procedure and that it anticipated scheduling its first annual audit between July and September 2011. (See 2011-406 p. 46)