The fourth class of inmates assigned to the newly formed "Inmate Fire Training Facility," graduated on Monday April 22, 2013. The Inmate Fire Training Facility is a joint venture of the Los Angeles County Sheriff and the Los Angeles County Fire Departments. They are part of the State Realignment Plan (AB109), which places lower security level inmates ("N3", Nonviolent, Non-serious, Non-sexual) in the custody of local law enforcement agencies. Many of the inmates, whom would normally fill the ranks of state inmate wildland fire crews, are now in the custody of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. To fill the vacancies in the five Los Angeles County Fire Department inmate fire camps, the Sheriff's Department was tasked with selecting, screening, and physically training the 53 inmates who just graduated from the program.