|Orange County Jail Receives High Marks from Recent Inspection|
An Inspection Team spent October 24, 2019 analyzing Orange County Corrections for the annual Florida Model Jail Standards (FMJS) audit. The team was comprised of 16 jail leaders from across the state. Inspectors spent all day visiting and checking on virtually every area of the jail.
The Orange County Corrections Department had hundreds of standards they were assessed on including processing inmates, inmate medical care and grievances, facility cleanliness and maintenance, staff training, departmental documentation and more.
At the closing, inspectors outlined a very positive review. Chief Michael Allen from Polk County said he always looks to Orange County for ideas and best practices.
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