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Inmate Welfare Fund Commissioners1How are Inmate Correctional Programs funded with LASD?
The Inmate Welfare Fund (IWF) exists by way of statutory authority granted to the Sheriff to establish, maintain and operate a store in connection with the county jail. The sale price of articles offered for sale, through commissary, shall be fixed by the Sheriff with profits from the sales placed into the Inmate Welfare Fund.
Inmategraduates50 Twin Towers Inmates Graduate with Life skills and GED's
50 Twin Towers Jail Inmates Graduate #LASD MERIT with Life Skills & GEDs - Los Angeles County Jail Fifty male inmates at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in Los Angeles were presented with Li
K-9 ThumbCanines help with keeping our LA County jails safe
Canines provide a helping hand in the fight against inmates having illegal narcotics within the LA County Jail system. With their keep sense of smell, we are able to locate and confiscate pruno (a jail made alcohol), as well as various narcotics including Cocaine, Heroine, and Methamphetamine.
CellbarsMaximizing Education Reaching Individual Transformation (MERIT)
MERIT changed inmates perspectives. They originally thought about how they could help themselves, but now they think about helping others.
LASDSTARTitle 15- Allowable Inmate Property
Here is a list of allowable inmate property within the LA County Jail system.
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