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Texas Youth Commission:

An Inventory of Youth Commission Executive Office Correspondence at the Texas State Archives, 1939-1941, 1967, 1970, 1979-2011, undated, bulk 2000-2002, 2007-2008



Overview

Creator: Texas Youth Commission.
Title: Youth Commission executive office correspondence
Dates: 1939-1941, 1967, 1970, 1979-2011, undated
Dates (Bulk): bulk 2000-2002, 2007-2008
Abstract: The Texas Youth Commission (TYC) provided for the care, custody, rehabilitation, and reestablishment into society of youths convicted of delinquent conduct. The TYC operated secure residential, institutional, and community-based programs for delinquent youth and supervised the youth once they returned to the community. It also contracted with private sector providers to operate residential and non-residential services. Records include incoming and outgoing correspondence, memoranda, and subject files of TYC executive office staff members, including executive directors Steve Robinson (1995-2004), Dwight Harris (2004-2007), and Cheryln K. Townsend (2008-2013). Records date 1939-1941, 1967, 1970, 1979-2011, undated, bulk 2000-2002, 2007-2008. CD-ROMs accompany select folders, with most of the electronic records being similar copies to the paper records.
Quantity: 56.75 cubic ft. and 107 MB (1,327 files)
Language: These materials are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in cooperation with Texas Archival Resources Online.

Agency History

Juvenile corrections efforts by the State of Texas began in 1887 with the passage of legislation for a House of Correction and Reformatory (which later became the State Juvenile Training School) (House Bill 21, 20th Texas Legislature, Regular Session). This correctional facility for boys began operation in 1889 in Gatesville. In 1913, the 33rd Legislature authorized the creation of the Girls' Training School (House Bill 570, Regular Session), a correctional facility for girls in Gainesville. It began operation in 1916. In 1945, the legislature approved the establishment of the State Training School for Delinquent and Dependent Colored Girls (Senate Bill 46, 49th Legislature, Regular Session); located in Brady, it began operation in 1947. Between 1887 and 1920, separate boards of directors managed each of these schools and reported directly to the governor. The Texas State Board of Control, created by the 36th Legislature in 1919 (Senate Bill 147, Regular Session) took over management of the three schools from 1920 to 1949.

Additional 1887 legislation established facilities to care for dependent and neglected children. The State Orphan's Asylum (later known as the Corsicana State Home), began operation in 1889 in Corsicana (Senate Bill 261, 20th Legislature, Regular Session, 1887). Further legislation in 1887 created another home (House Bill 445, 20th Legislature, Regular Session), located in Austin, known as the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylum for Colored Youth (later named the Texas Blind, Deaf and Orphan School). A third home was established in 1919, located in Waco (House Bill 112, 36th Legislature, Regular Session), as the State Home for Dependent and Neglected Children (later known as the Waco State Home). The state homes, as with the schools for delinquent children, were managed by the Board of Control beginning in 1920. Management of the Waco State Home passed to the Texas State Department of Public Welfare in 1939 (Senate Bill 36, 46th Legislature, Regular Session). Management of the Corsicana State Home; the Texas Blind, Deaf and Orphan Home; and the Waco State Home was transferred to the newly created Texas Board for State Hospitals and Special Schools in 1949 (House Bill 1, 51st Legislature, Regular Session).

In 1947, the 50th Legislature created the State Training Code Commission (Senate Concurrent Resolution 34, Regular Session), composed of seven members appointed by the governor, to study the state schools for delinquent children and examine the problem of juvenile delinquency. It was to determine changes that would improve the administration of the schools and enable them to more nearly accomplish their broad social objectives. The commission's report to the 51st Legislature resulted in the creation of the Texas State Youth Development Council.

The Texas State Youth Development Council was created in 1949 (House Bill 705, 51st Legislature, Regular Session). It was composed of six "influential" citizens appointed by the governor with the consent of the senate, and eight ex-officio members: chairman, Board of Control; executive director, Department of Public Welfare; Commissioner of Education; executive director, Board for State Hospitals and Special Schools; State Health Officer; director, Texas Department of Public Safety; executive secretary, Texas State Parks Board; and chairman, Texas Employment Commission. The governor appointed the chair. The purpose of the council was to coordinate state efforts to help communities develop and strengthen child services. It was also directed to administer the state's correctional facilities for delinquent children by providing constructive training aimed at the rehabilitation and successful reestablishment of these children into society. The council took over control of the correctional schools then managed by the State Board of Control: the Gatesville State School for Boys, Gainesville State School for Girls, and the Brady State School for Delinquent Colored Girls.

The State Youth Development Council became the Texas Youth Council in 1957 (Senate Bill 303, 55th Legislature, Regular Session). It was composed of three members appointed by the governor with consent of the senate, to six-year overlapping terms, and the members elected the chair. The members were to be citizens recognized in their communities for their interest in youth. The size of the commission increased to six in 1975 (Senate Bill 278, 64th Legislature, Regular Session). The Youth Council had the same duties as the State Youth Development Council, with the additional mandate to provide parole supervision for certain delinquent children until their discharge. The legislature also directed the Youth Council to operate institutions for dependent and neglected children (Corsicana State Home, Waco State Home, and Texas Blind, Deaf and Orphan School). During the 1970s the Youth Council initiated a county juvenile probation subsidy program that was transferred to the newly created Texas Juvenile Probation Commission in 1981 (House Bill 1904, 67th Legislature, Regular Session).

In 1971, a class action lawsuit, Morales v. Turman, was brought against the Texas Youth Council, its officers, and staff by children confined in the juvenile corrections facilities. In response to the lawsuit, changes were initiated in the way juvenile correction facilities were operated.

The Texas Youth Council was renamed as the Texas Youth Commission (TYC) in 1983 (Senate Bill 422, 68th Texas Legislature, Regular Session). The duties of the commission included providing services to delinquent youths between 10 and 21 years of age through programs and facilities that administer constructive training for rehabilitation. The TYC operated under the Texas Human Resource Code, Title 3, Chapter 61, as the state's juvenile correction agency. Under Title 3 of the Texas Family Code, the TYC provided for the care, custody, rehabilitation, and reestablishment into society of those youth convicted of delinquent conduct. The TYC operated secure residential, institutional, and community-based programs for delinquent youth and supervised the youth once they returned to the community. It also contracted with private sector providers to operate residential and non-residential services. The TYC protected the identities of youth admitted to their facilities by keeping personal information confidential (such as names and home addresses) and not allowing photographs of the children to be taken (without permission of the child) as required by the Texas Family Code, Section 58.005.

In 1995, the 74th Legislature passed an omnibus juvenile justice reform package, House Bill 327 (Regular Session), that changed the way juvenile justice was administered in Texas. The bill expanded the offenses for which a youth could receive a determinate sentence (sentence with a fixed term) to include most violent offenses, such as murder, rape, and aggravated assault. It also enabled supervision of youth to continue into the adult criminal justice system; lowered the age that a juvenile could be tried as an adult from 15 to 14; and directed that both the most violent juvenile defenders and mentally ill delinquent youth be sent to the TYC. In light of this new legislation, TYC provided greater structure, strictly enforced discipline, and increased accountability of the delinquent youth in their programs.

Youth committed for minor offenses are the responsibility of local governments. The TYC received the most serious offenders with longer sentences. These comprised two categories: committed juveniles and sentenced offenders. Committed juveniles were sent to the commission by juvenile courts after adjudication, allowing the Youth Commission to determine the length of stay and the type of services provided (e.g., Capitol Offender Program or Chemical Dependency Program). The second category, sentenced offenders, were given a specific sentence through determinate sentencing status and could not be released prior to their sentence termination.

The TYC directly operated fourteen correctional institutions and nine community-based residential programs and contracted with private sector providers for a variety of residential programs. Through these institutions and facilities the TYC provided accredited secondary education, vocational training, and several specialized programs concerning sex offenders, capital offenders who have committed murder, chemical dependency, resocialization, independent living preparation, mentally retarded youth, and seriously emotionally disturbed youth. The TYC also operated a parole system for supervision of youth released from residential programs.

The TYC also administered the Interstate Compact on Juveniles (ICJ) for the state of Texas. The ICJ provides for the cooperative supervision of juvenile probationers and parolees who move from state to state. It also provides for the return of non-delinquent runaway youth, parole and probation absconders, and escapees to their home state. The administrators of each state compact are members of the Association of Juvenile Compact Administrators (AJCA). The AJCA holds annual meetings and sponsors mid-winter workshops on relevant juvenile issues.

In 2011, the TYC and the Texas Juvenile Probation Commission (TJPC) were abolished and their operations were transferred to the newly-created Texas Juvenile Justice Department (TJJD) (Senate Bill 653, 82nd Legislature, Regular Session). The TJJD works in partnership with local county governments, courts, and communities to promote public safety by providing support and services to any individual who is at least 10 years old but not yet 17 at the time he or she committed an act defined as "delinquent conduct" or "conduct in need of supervision," from the time of initial contact through the end of supervision.

According to an internal agency history (and repeated by the Handbook of Texas) the roots of the Youth Commission extend back to 1859 when the 8th Legislature authorized separate corrections facilities for children (the age of criminal responsibility was nine at this time; it was raised to seventeen in 1918). No funding was provided and such facilities were not established until 1887. The State Archives is unable to locate the 1859 legislation referred to in these sources.

(Sources include: Guide to Texas State Agencies, various editions; General and Special Laws, various years; Jasinski, Laurie E."Texas Youth Commission," Handbook of Texas Online; Texas Juvenile Justice Department website; and the Texas Youth Commission website via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine at https://web.archive.org/web/*/tyc.state.tx.us; all accessed on February 10, 2017; and the records themselves.)


Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas Youth Commission (TYC) provided for the care, custody, rehabilitation, and reestablishment into society of youths convicted of delinquent conduct. The TYC operated secure residential, institutional, and community-based programs for delinquent youth and supervised the youth once they returned to the community. It also contracted with private sector providers to operate residential and non-residential services. Records include incoming and outgoing correspondence, memoranda, and subject files of TYC executive office staff members, including executive directors Steve Robinson (1995-2004), Dwight Harris (2004-2007), and Cheryln K. Townsend (2008-2013). Records date 1939-1941, 1967, 1970, 1979-2011, undated, bulk 2000-2002, 2007-2008. CD-ROMs accompany select folders, with most of the electronic records being similar copies to the paper records.

Records in the series Executive director administrative correspondence include incoming and outgoing correspondence, memoranda, and subject files created and received by TYC executive directors Steve Robinson (1995-2004), Dwight Harris (2004-2007) and Cheryln K. Townsend (2008-2013), dating 1983-2010, bulk 2000-2002. The series Deputy executive director administrative correspondence contains outgoing correspondence and memoranda of the deputy executive director Jay Lindgren, dating 1992-1995; and Sandra Burnam, dating 1995-1996. Finally, the series General administrative correspondence and subject files includes records of various TYC executive office staff members including Ed Owens, conservator and acting executive director in 2007; Jay Kimbrough, conservator in March-June 2007; Dimitria Pope, executive director in 2007-2008; Richard Nedelkoff, conservator in January-October 2008; Mary Strong, director of Youth Rights Division; and Kathey Gersbach, executive assistant to Mickey Neel, chief of staff in October 2007-January 2008, Alfonso Royal, chief of staff February-November 2008, and Lori Person, director of governmental relations March-April 2009. Also included is a group of commissioner's correspondence including official photographic portraits of the commissioners.

Topics covered in all three series of correspondence include TYC policy changes, proposed rules, legislation and meetings with legislative committees, litigation and investigations, budget issues, employee grievances, internal audits, and conference attendance and organization participation including with the American Correctional Association, National Conference on Juvenile Justice, and the Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators. Also present are responses to inquiries about programs, funding, and specific situations or problems at TYC facilities, from legislators, governor's staff, other officials, and parents of youth at the schools. A small number of TYC history and program histories are located in these records. Correspondents include the U.S. Department of Justice, agency staff; officials in other state agencies including Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Texas Corrections Association, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services, Texas Juvenile Probation Commission, Texas Council on Workforce and Economic Competitiveness, Texas Public Employee Association, Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Rehabilitation Commission, Texas Attorney General, Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, and Texas Health and Human Services; legislators; local officials; out-of-state agencies; parents of students; and others. TYC facilities mentioned in the records include Brownwood State School, Corsicana State Home/Corsicana Residential Treatment Center, Crockett State School, Gainesville State School, Hamilton State School, Evins Regional Juvenile Center, Giddings State School, West Texas State School, Mountain View School for Boys, and the halfway house programs.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.


Organization of the Records

The records are organized into three series:
Executive director administrative correspondence, 1939-1941, 1983-2010, undated, bulk 2000-2002, 24.91 cubic ft. and 107 MB (1,327 files)
Deputy executive director administrative correspondence, 1992-1996, 1.94 cubic ft.
General administrative correspondence and subject files, 1967, 1970, 1979-2011, undated, bulk 2007-2008, 29.9 cubic ft.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, names, home addresses and other identifying information of juvenile offenders in the agency's juvenile delinquent system and of dependent and neglected children in any facilities operated by the Texas Youth Commission (Texas Family Code, Section 58.005); photographs where individual children in Youth Commission facilities can be identified unless the child granted permission to allow the photograph to be taken (Texas Family Code, Section 58.005); personal email addresses (Texas Government Code, Section 552.137); home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers and personal family information of employees of the Texas Youth Commission (Texas Government Code, Section 552.1175); credit card numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.101); psychological or psychiatric reports and evaluations (Texas Health and Safety Code, Mental Health records, 611.002); medical records (Texas Occupations Code, 159.002 (Medical Practice Act)); and driver's license numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.130)an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552).

The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P.O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (director.librarian@tsl.texas.gov), or see our web page (https://www.tsl.texas.gov/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.

To view electronic data on the CD-ROM, please contact Archives staff for appropriate hardware/software.


Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects (Organizations):
Gatesville State School for Boys.
Corsicana State Home.
Crockett State School.
Mountain View State School for Boys (Tex.)
Gainesville State School for Girls (Tex.)
Brownwood State School.
Giddings State Home and School for Boys.
Subjects:
Juvenile justice, Administration of--Texas.
Juvenile corrections--Texas.
Juvenile detention homes--Texas.
Juvenile delinquents--Rehabilitation--Texas.
Juvenile delinquency--Texas.
Places:
Gainesville (Tex.)
Brownwood (Tex.)
Giddings (Tex.)
Gatesville (Tex.)
Crockett (Tex.)
Corsicana (Tex.)
Austin (Tex.)
Document Types:
Correspondence--Texas.
CD-ROMs--Texas.
Digital file formats--Texas.
Photographs--Texas.
Reports--Texas.
Memorandums--Texas.
Functions:
Administration of juvenile corrections.

Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas State Board of Control records, 1854, 1885-1890, 1909-1979, undated, bulk 1935-1953, 103.47 cubic ft. [Restricted].
Texas Juvenile Probation Commission executive correspondence and meeting files, 1982-1996, 5 cubic ft.
Texas Youth Commission executive office records, 1916, 1931-1936, 1953, 1961-2009, 1.95 cubic ft.
Texas Youth Commission speeches, presentations, and newspaper clippings, 1952, 1971-2009, bulk 2000-2001, 4.31 cubic ft.
Texas Youth Commission meeting files, 1928-1941, 1949-2012, 32.19 cubic ft.
Texas Youth Commission Morales case files, 1949-1990, undated, bulk 1969-1989, 37.6 cubic ft.
Texas Youth Commission reports and agency policy records, 1932, 1953-2013, undated, 30.39 cubic ft.
Texas Youth Commission historical records, 1886-1892, 1902, 1909-2003, undated, bulk 1949-2000, 6.74 cubic ft.
Texas Legislature, House of Representatives, Representative Sylvester Turner records, 1974, 1981-2015, undated, bulk 2005-2015, 10 cubic ft. and 2.12 GB (4,041 files)
Texas State Board of Control board member files, 1885-1890, 1917-1953, undated, bulk 1920-1953, 40.06 cubic ft. [Restricted.]

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Texas Youth Commission executive office correspondence. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1999/164, 2000/104, 2001/101, 2002/100, 2003/132, 2006/072, 2007/203, 2008/004, 2008/051, 2009/138, 2010/070, 2014/044

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Youth Commission on May 28, 1999, February 7, 2000; February 13, 2001; February 1, 2002; March 14, 2003; November 17, 2005; July 27, September 7, and October 26, 2007; June 18, 2009; and February 16, 2010; and from the Texas Juvenile Justice Department on November 8, 2013.

Processing Information

Laura K. Saegert, May 2000, February 2002, October 2004

Series removed from larger inventory and new accessions added by Halley Grogan, February 2017


Other Finding Aids

Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at LINK.


Detailed Description of the Records

Executive director administrative correspondence, 1939-1941, 1983-2010, undated, bulk 2000-2002,
24.91 cubic ft. and 107 MB (1,327 files)

The Texas Youth Commission (TYC) provided for the care, custody, rehabilitation, and reestablishment into society of youths convicted of delinquent conduct. The TYC operated secure residential, institutional, and community-based programs for delinquent youth and supervised the youth once they returned to the community. It also contracted with private sector providers to operate residential and non-residential services. Records include incoming and outgoing correspondence, memoranda, subject files, photographs, electronic records, and CD-ROMs dating 1939-1941, 1983-2010, undated, bulk 2000-2002. These records were created and received by TYC executive directors Steve Robinson (1995-2004), Dwight Harris (2004-2007), and Cheryln K. Townsend (2008-2013). Additional correspondence from Harris' term as deputy executive director from 1999-2004 can be found in Harris' executive director correspondence and subject files. Also included in Harris' correspondence are some files from deputy executive director Dr. Linda Reyes. Robinson's emails are available in both paper and electronic format.
Topics covered include TYC policy changes; proposed rules; legislation and meetings with legislative committees; agency programs; budget issues; employee grievances; internal audits; and conference attendance and organization participation including the American Correctional Association, National Conference on Juvenile Justice, and Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators. Also present are responses to inquiries about programs, funding, and specific situations or problems at TYC facilities, from legislators, governor's staff, other officials, and parents of youth at the schools. Correspondents include agency staff; officials in other state agencies including Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Texas Corrections Association, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services, Texas Juvenile Probation Commission, Texas Council on Workforce and Economic Competitiveness, Texas Public Employee Association, Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Rehabilitation Commission, Texas Attorney General; legislators; local officials; out-of-state agencies; parents of students; and others. TYC facilities mentioned in the records include Brownwood State School, Corsicana State Home/Corsicana Residential Treatment Center, Crockett State School, Gainesville State School, Hamilton State School, Evins Regional Juvenile Center, Giddings State School, West Texas State School, and the halfway house programs.
For additional agency correspondence, see the separate finding aid Youth Commission historical records. This finding aid includes memoranda concerning administrative policy issues in the series Administrative policy files and some correspondence of the Texas Youth Council in the series Correspondence and administrative files of the Texas Youth Council.
Correspondence concerning the operation of the state schools and orphanages formerly under the Texas State Board of Control can be found in the finding aids Texas State Board of Control records and Texas State Board of Control board member files.
Arrangement
Records are arranged into groups by executive director: Steve Robinson, Dwight Harris, and Cheryln K. Townsend. Within each group, the files are arranged as received from the agency.
The early Steve Robinson correspondence is arranged by fiscal year. For fiscal years (FY) 1996-1999 the correspondence is foldered chronologically by quarter of the fiscal year, then arranged in reverse chronological order within the folders. Beginning with FY 2000, the files are arranged in reverse chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Executive director administrative correspondence, Texas Youth Commission executive office correspondence. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2000/104, 2001/101, 2002/100, 2003/132, 2006/072, 2007/203, 2008/004, 2010/070, 2014/044
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Youth Commission on February 7, 2000; February 13, 2001; February 1, 2002; March 14, 2003; November 17, 2005; July 27 and September 7, 2007; and February 16, 2010; and from the Texas Juvenile Justice Department on November 8, 2013.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, names, home addresses and other identifying information of juvenile offenders in the agency's juvenile delinquent system and of dependent and neglected children in any facilities operated by the Texas Youth Commission (Texas Family Code, Section 58.005); photographs where individual children in Youth Commission facilities can be identified unless the child granted permission to allow the photograph to be taken (Texas Family Code, Section 58.005); personal email addresses (Texas Government Code, Section 552.137); home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers and personal family information of employees of the Texas Youth Commission (Texas Government Code, Section 552.1175); credit card numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.101); psychological or psychiatric reports and evaluations (Texas Health and Safety Code, Mental Health records, 611.002); medical records (Texas Occupations Code, 159.002 (Medical Practice Act)); and driver's license numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.130); an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552). Refer to the overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Technical Requirements
To view electronic data on the CD-ROM, please contact Archives staff for appropriate hardware/software.
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, May 2000, February 2002, October 2004
Series removed from larger inventory and new accessions added by Halley Grogan, February 2017
Steve Robinson, 1995-2004
Box
2000/104-1 First quarter, FY 96 (1995-1996)
Second quarter, FY 96 (1995-1996)
Third quarter, FY 96 (1995-1996)
Fourth quarter, FY 96 (1995-1996)
First quarter, FY 97 (1996-1997)
Box
2001/101-1 Second quarter, FY 97 (1996-1997)
[3 folders]
Third quarter, FY 97 (1996-1997)
[3 folders]
Fourth quarter, FY 97 (1996-1997)
[2 folders]
First quarter, FY 98 (1997-1998)
[3 folders]
Second quarter, FY 98 (1997-1998)
[3 folders]
Box
2001/101-2 Third quarter, FY 98 (1997-1998)
[3 folders]
Fourth quarter, FY 98 (1997-1998)
[3 folders]
Box
2002/100-1 First quarter, FY 99 (1998-1999)
[2 folders]
Second quarter, FY 99 (1998-1999)
[2 folders]
Third quarter, FY 99 (1998-1999)
[3 folders]
Fourth quarter, FY 99 (1998-1999)
[3 folders]
Box
2003/132 July-August 2000
June 2000
May 2000
April-May 2000
March-April 2000
March 2000
[3 folders]
February 2000
January-February 2000
November-December 1999
October-November 1999
October 1999
September-October 1999
September 1999
Box
2006/072-1 Reading files, September-December 2001
Reading files, January-August 2002
[2 folders]
Box
2006/072-4 ACA (American Correctional Association) conference schedule, Phoenix, January 8-11, 2000
[wallet]
ACA conference schedule, San Antonio, August 12-17, 2000
[wallet]
ACA conference schedule, Nashville, January 21-22, 2001
[wallet]
ACA conference schedule, Philadelphia, August 10-13, 2001
[wallet]
ACA conference schedule, San Antonio, January 11-16, 2002
[wallet]
Box
2007/203-2 Correspondence, September 2000-August 2001
[wallet]
Board, general information and correspondence, 1994-1998
[3 folders]
Board, general information and correspondence, 1999-2001
[3 folders]
HAC (House Appropriations Committee) Criminal Justice Subcommittee, February 13, 2001
Senate Jurisprudence Committee, November 2001
TYC Budget Hearing, August 31, 2000
[wallet]
Senate Criminal Justice, correspondence and subject files, 2000
Senate Criminal Justice hearing, May 24, 2000
House Appropriations / Criminal Justice subcommittee meeting, May 23, 2000
Appropriations Criminal Justice subcommittee, May 23, 2000
[binder]
House Corrections meeting, May 16, 2000
Senate Criminal Justice meeting, March 22, 2000
House Juvenile Justice meeting, March 24, 2000
Senate Criminal Justice Committee, April 18, 2000
Correspondence, Comptroller's Office, 1995, 2001
Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, February 13, 2002
[binder]
Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, February 13, 2002
Box
2007/203-3 Attorney General's School Violence Prevention Task Force, 1999
[3 folders]
Attorney General's School Violence Prevention Task Force report, 2000
Attorney General's School Violence Prevention Task Force meeting, Irving, North Lake College, February 3, 2000
[2 folders]
Attorney General's School Violence Prevention Task Force correspondence, 1999
Attorney General's School Violence Prevention Task Force, 1999
[2 folders]
Center for Initiatives in Education, undated
Correspondence, Attorney General's Office, 2002
Attorney General's Resource System website, 2000
Correspondence, Attorney General's Office, 2000
Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center, Prairie View A&M, 2001-2002
[2 folders]
Post Legislative Conference, June 30, 2003
[empty folder]
TYC Statewide Volunteer Conference, Grapevine, Texas, May 3-5, 2002
Statewide Volunteer Conference brunch, Grapevine, Texas, May 5, 2002
Volunteer Conference, San Antonio, April 22, 2001
Volunteer file, 1999-2001
Voting, 1999
Outgoing correspondence, 1995-1997
[folder 1 of 3]
Box
2007/203-4 Outgoing correspondence, 1995-1997
[folder 2-3 of 3]
Site Selection Committee, 1997-1998, 2001
[3 folders]
Staff meetings:
Brainstorming session, November 2002
Parole / QA / HH conference call, October 23, 2002
Superintendent conference call, October 23, 2002
TYC: The Next Two Years, May 15, 2001
Administrators conference, June 20-21, 2001
Ranch planning session, April 24, 2000
Executive director's staff meeting, September 2, 1999
Staff meeting, April 12-13, 1990
Travel, 1997-2000
Business Continuity Plan, 2000
Center for Public Policy Priorities, 2002
Box
2007/203-5 Chief Administrator Officers (CAO), memo and correspondence, 1997-2001
[2 folders]
ACA, 2000, 2003
ACA youth offenders in adult jails and prisons, 1997-2002
ACA Juvenile Facility Size Task Force, 2002
Amer-I-Can Program, 1999
ACA general, 1996-2000
ACA Juvenile Corrections Committee, 1998-2000
ACA Juvenile Corrections Committee, 1998-2000
Correspondence:
[Name of juvenile offender], 2001-2002
Meeting on [name of juvenile offender] letters, December 9, 1999
Marlin/Steen, 2001
Complaints and grievances, 2000-2003
[2 folders]
State Agency Justice Information Coordinating Committee, December 10, 1999
Computer Y2K and Information Resources, 1996-1999
Conferences:
Reorganization of Youth Rights Specialist, December 2002
Central Texas Law Enforcement, Brownwood, October 3, 2002
[wallet]
National Conference on Juvenile Justice, March 26, 2002
National Workshop IV on Sentencing and Corrections Challenges, Florida, May 30 - June 3, 2001
Room rental procedures, 1996
Juvenile Justice Summit, November 29, 2000
Volunteers, 19th Annual TYC/SVRC Statewide Volunteer Conference, Houston, May 30 - June 1, 2003
Consultants, 1992-1997, 2000, 2003
Box
2007/203-6 Contract programs, general, 1994-2002
[2 folders]
Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators (CJCA), 1996-1998, 2001-2002
CJCA, Western Regional meeting, August 20, 2001
Customer service report, May 29, 2002
Death reports
[empty folder]
Dignitary Program
[empty folder]
DPRS (Department of Protective and Regulatory Services), 2000-2001
TIPC, July 2, 2003
[empty folder]
Education records, 2002-2003
Education records, meeting with Bobby McCall, November 4, 2002
Education records, 2000-2003
Employee Committee, V.O.I.C.E. (Valued Opinions, Ideas, and Concerns of Employees) Committee, 1990-1995
Employee Committee, Intercultural Awareness Task Force, 1996-1997
[2 folders]
Employee Retirement System (ERS), 2002
ERS Focus Group, April 4, 2002
Executive orders, policies and directives, 1995-1998, 2001
Executive Women in Texas Government, 2000-2001
Giddings State School, 1993-1994, 1999-2001
Comptroller of Public Accounts
[empty folder]
Association of Juvenile Compact Administrators, March 26, 2002
Institutions, 1995
Institutions, Brownwood State School, law enforcement fish fry, September 11, 2001
Institutions, Brownwood State School, 1995, 1998-2001, 2003
Institutions, Corsicana State Home, 1994-1995, 1997, 1999-2002
Institutions, Crockett State School, 2000-2002
Institutions, Evins, 1990, 1996-2002
Institutions, Gainsville State School, 1998-2000
Institutions, Hamilton State School, 2001
Salaries, 1995-2001
Salaries, Senator Ogden, January 25, 2000
Salaries, exempt salaries, 1997-2000
ACA meetings, Dallas, December 13, 1999
ACA meetings, August 8, 1999
ACA meetings, Nashville, January 17, 1999
Internal audits, 1997-2000
Box
2007/203-7 ACA meetings, Charlotte, January 11-15, 2003
ACA meetings, Nashville, August 13, 2003
Awards, Judy Briscoe nomination, 2002
Juvenile Justice Initiatives, 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Awards, 1999-2002
Audit - State Auditor's Office, 1995-2002
[2 folders]
Faith based, National Convocation of Jail and Prison Ministry, June 10, 2002
Faith based records, 1995-2003
General Land Office, 1997, 2000-2002
[2 folders]
General Services Commission, 1999-2003
Governor's Commission for Women, 1995, 1999-2002
Governor's Executive Development Program, 2000-2003
Grants, contracts, MOUs (memorandum of understanding),
[empty folder]
Halfway Houses, 1994-1995, 1997-2002
Health / Medical services, 1998-2001
[2 folders]
Health and Human Services, undated
Historically Underutilized Business (HUBs), 1994, 1999-2000
History, TYC Twenty Year Plan
[empty folder]
History, 1991-1995, 2000
Historical, 1985
Human Resources (Personnel), 1995
Texas Incentive and Productivity Commission, 2002-2003
Box
2007/203-8 Texas Incentive and Productivity Commission, 1999-2001
Intern, 2003
Internal Affairs, 1996-1997
McLennan County, 1998-2000
[folder, wallet]
San Saba, 1999-2000
Sheffield, 1995-1999
Victory Field, 1995-2002
[2 folders]
West Texas State School, 1996, 1998-2001
Judges, 1996, 2000, 2002
Judges, length of stay, letters to judges and chiefs, 1991-1993
Leadership, 1997, 2000-2001
Leadership, Junior Statesmen Foundation, June 14, 2000
Lobbying, 2000
Media
[empty folder]
Meeting space / meeting planning, 2001
Mental health / mental illness, 1995, 2001-2002
Mental health / mental illness, Enhanced Mental Health Services Initiative, May 8, 2002
Mental health / mental illness, mentally impaired offender, 1990-1996
Mentoring, 1999-2000
Minority issues, 1995-1996
National Correctional Officers and Employees Weeks, 2000
Open records, 1999-2000
Parole, 1999
Parrie Haynes Ranch, 1984, 1989, 1991, 2002
Performance measures, 1997, 1999-2000, 2002
Population, 1997, 1999-2002
Population, responses to letter to officials regarding discharge policy, May 29, 1992
Morales v. Turman
[empty folder]
Prevention, Tri-Agency Prevention Conference, Houston, January 21, 2000
Prevention, 2000, 2002
Box
2007/203-9 Prison industry enhancement / private sector, 1996-2000
Progressive sanctions, 1994, 1997
Project Rio, 1999-2000
Prospective facilities, 1992, 1994-1995
Prospective facilities, 1997
[wallet]
Prospective facilities,1998-2000
Publicity releases, 1996, 1999-2000
Purchase orders, 2002-2003
Purchase orders, 1999-2001
Quality of Life Review for Institutions, about 2000s
Radio Task Force, 2001-2003
Radio Task Force, 1999-2000
Radio Task Force meeting, January 18, 2001
Radio Task Force meeting, December 19, 2000
Radio Task Force meeting, August 24, 2000
Radio Task Force, Texas State Network, April 4, 2000
Radio Task Force meeting, March 22, 2000
Records retention, 1994-1995, 1999-2000, 2003
Reorganization, Ray Associates, 1995
Reorganization, 1984, 1990-2003
Risk management, 1995, 1998, 2001
Sam Houston State University, 2000-2002
SECC State Awards Recognition and Presentation, May 27, 2003
[empty folder]
SECC Roundtable, Houston, January 27, 2003
[empty folder]
SECC Retreat, July 30, 2002
TYC SECC Awards, April 15, 2002
SECC, 2000-2002
SECC, 1999-2000
[2 folders]
Box
2007/203-10 Job seeker, 2002
Survey of Organizational Excellence, 1995, 1997, 2000-2001
Telephone, 1995, 2000-2003
Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (TCADA), 2002
Texas Corrections Association, annual conference, June 12, 2000
Texas Department of Criminal Justice, 1994-1995, 1997, 2000-2002
Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services, 2000
Texas Juvenile Probation Commission, 1994-1999
Texas Council on Workforce and Economic Competitiveness
[empty folder]
Texas Public Employee Association (TPEA), annual conference, June 21, 2002
TPEA, 2002
TPEA board meeting, April 6, 2002
TPEA info sharing session, November 27, 2001
TPEA luncheon meeting, June 13, 2001
TPEA meeting, May 5, 2001
[wallet]
Texas State Network radio taping, August 30, 1999
Texas Workforce Commission meeting, November 27, 2002
Texas Rehabilitation Commission (TRC), 2001
University of Texas, School of Social Work Professional Linkage, 1994-1998
Union, 2001
U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs (OJP), 1999, 2002
U.S. Department of Justice workshop, June 1-2, 2000
Vehicles, 1995, 1998-2000
Washington, D.C. trip, 1997, 1999-2001
Personnel, Grants Coordinator
[empty folder]
Personnel, PSRCC (Public Safety Radio Communications Council)
[empty folder]
Personnel, media clips for Dwight Harris
[empty folder]
Personnel, Executive Director search
[empty folder]
Box
2007/203-11 Hamilton State School, 2003
Hamilton State School, 2001
Hamilton State School, 1998, 2001
Hamilton State School, D.A. (District Attorney) Bill Turner meeting, September 20, 2001
Hamilton State School, meeting with Senator Ogden, September 22, 2000
Hamilton State School, 1998-2001
[2 folders]
Marlin, 1995-2001
Al Price, Jefferson County, 1999-2001
Al Price renaming ceremony, Beaumont, October 5, 2001
Full-Time Employees (FTEs), 1999-2002
Approvals, 1999
Texas-Digital-Archive
2008/004 Emails, 1997-2003
[107 MB (1,327 files)]
Box
2008/004-9 Emails:
Board meetings, 1999-2001
[wallet]
Box
2008/004-10 Chrono folder, 2002-2003
Computer IRDs, 2003
Contract care, 2000-2003
Cost savings, 2003
Dwight Harris, 2003
Email, inappropriate use, 2003
Family involvement, 2000-2001
Halfway Houses, Ayers, 1999-2003
Halfway Houses, Beto, 1999-2003
Halfway Houses, Cottrell, 1999
Halfway Houses, McFadden, 1999-2001
Halfway Houses, El Paso, 2001
Halfway Houses, Schaeffer, 1999-2000
Halfway Houses, Tamayo, 1999-2000
Halfway Houses, York, 1999-2000
Halfway Houses, York, 1999, 2003
Health services, 1999-2003
Hiring freeze / RIF (Reduction in Force), 2003
History catalogue, 2003
Holiday / EOY stuff, 2001-2003
Human Resources / personnel, 1999-2003
Inclement weather, 1999, 2003
Institutions, Al Price / Jefferson County, 1999-2001
Institutions, Brownwood, 1999-2000, 2003
Institutions, Coke County, 2001
Institutions, Corsicana, 1999-2002
Institutions, Crockett, 1999-2000, 2002
Institutions, Evins, 1999-2001, 2003
Institutions, Gainesville, 1999-2000
Institutions, Giddings, 1999-2002
Institutions, Hamilton, 1999-2003
Institutions, Legal, 1999-2002
Institutions, Marlin, 1999-2000, 2003
Institutions, McLennan County, 1999-2001, 2003
Institutions, Sheffield, 1999-2001, 2003
Institutions, Victory Field, 1999-2000
Institutions, West Texas, 1999, 2001
Logs, 2003
Mentoring, 1999-2001
Military leave, 2003
Parrie Haynes, 2002-2003
Policies / procedures / directives, 1999-2003
Political activities / employees, 2000, 2002-2003
Religion / faith-based, 1999-2002
Risk Management, 2000-2002
SECC and SECC SPC, 2000-2003
[1 of 2 wallets]
Box
2008/004-11 SECC and SECC SPC, 2000-2003
[2 of 2 wallets]
Sex offender, 2000-2002
Toll fellow, 2000
Vehicles, 1997-2000, 2002
Victim services, 1999-2001
Volunteers, 2000, 2002-2003
Voting, 1999, 2002
Ward, Pamela (media), 1999-2001
Western clip art, 1999-2000
Dwight Harris, 2004-2007
Box
2008/004-5 Loose files, 1998
Loose files, 2000
Grievances, 2000-2001
Business Services correspondence, 2000-2001
Construction correspondence, 2000-2001
Education correspondence, 2000-2001
Finance correspondence, 2000-2001
Human Resources correspondence, 1999-2001
Juvenile correspondence, 2000-2001
Steve Robinson correspondence, 1999-2001
Administrative memos, FY00, 1999-2000
Administrative memos, FY01, 2000-2001
ACA correspondence, 2000-2001
Contracts on file, 2001
Rehabilitation correspondence, 2000-2001
McLennan County project, 1999-2002
FTE and population data, 1999
Reorganization support info, 1998-1999
Rey (unlawful use of state resources), 1999
Recidivism study, 1998
Selection of Assistant Deputy Director, 1998-1999
Insurance cost, 1998-1999
Reorganization, 1999
Loose files, 2002
Audit Committee meeting files, September 2002
Loose files, 2002-2003
Loose files, 2003
[1-2 of 4 folders]
Box
2008/004-6 Loose files, 2003
[3-4 of 4 folders]
Loose files, budget, 2003
Loose files, 2003
Activity Based Costing System, undated
Loose files, juvenile justice, 2002-2003
Loose files, engineering study and strategic planning documents, 2002-2003
Loose files, gang related activities, 2003
Loose files, 2002-2003
Office of the Governor, draft, 2002 JJDP Compliance Monitoring Procedure Manual, April 2002
Loose files, 2002-2003
Loose files, uniforms, 2003
Review of Agency Treatment Effectiveness, drafts, 2003
Loose files, strategic plan and compiled data, 2003-2004
Loose files, alleged mistreatment, 2003-2004
Loose files, Texas Department of Criminal Justice - Community Justice Assistance Division (TDCJ-CJAD), 2003
History - TYC, undated
Loose files, National Juvenile Detention Association (NJDA), 2004
Loose files, 2004
Loose files, procedures and use of force, 2004
Loose files, alleged mistreatment reports, 2003-2004
Box
2008/004-7 Loose files, reports, budgets and facilities, 2003-2004
Loose files, legislative records, 2003-2004
Loose files, 2003-2004
Loose files, budget information and grievances, 2003-2004
Annual Report of Other Required Information, August 2003
Victory Field Correctional Academy, 2003-2004
[wallet]
The Performance Institute, undated
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, August 2003
2003 Review of Agency Treatment Effectiveness, December 2003
Monthly Construction Program Status Reports, November and December 2003
TYC reading initiative, 2003
ACA, adult local detention facilities, 2003
Crockett, 2003
Evins, 2003
Survey of Organizational Excellence, 1997
Organizational chart, Education, 1997
Salary classification information, 1997
Character First!, 1998
[2 folders]
Dwight Harris calendar, November 2001
Executive Council meeting, December 2001
Hamilton and facilities comparison, 2001
Budget Amendment Requests, 2001
Staff Supervision, Juvenile Corrections Division, January 2002
[2 folders]
[Name of TYC youth redacted] file, 2000
Derived Maximum Benefit Policy meeting, August 21, 2002
Active Tactical Objectives, June 2002
TTUHSCFY (Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center) contract, 2002-2003
UTMB (University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston) contract, 2002-2003
Correctional Therapy Phases - ABC, draft 5, May 7, 2001
ABC Implementation Project, 2001
Al Price facility visit and alleged mistreat reports, 2001-2002
New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department, 2000
TYC employee hiring, June 2002
Corsicana, July 2003
Victory Field and TYC policies, 2003
Joint Divisions meeting, March 10, 2003
House Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, working file, January - February 2003
[2 folders]
Alleged Mistreatment work group file, 2003
Audit file, 2003
Commitments, 1997-1998
Budget issues, FY 1999, 1999
Contingency planner, Tommy G. Bayes, 1998
Contingency planner, William D. Parker, 1998
Memos, 1997
Complaint letters from employees, 2002
Employee grievance audit, 2000
Task force on Disproportionate Minority Confinement, 2002
Waller Investigation, 1997
[Name of TYC youth redacted], Hamilton, March 26, 2001
Evaluations, 1997
TYC-Cognos discussions, 2003
Box
2008/004-8 Albert Benson grievance, 1997
Alleged Mistreatment Report, November and December 1999
Population, 1998
Governor's Office and LBB (Legislative Budget Board), 1998
Administrative Management Review, Gainesville State School, February 25, 1998
[empty folder]
Things to do, clerical staff, 2003
Tactical objectives, 1998, 2001, 2003
03-0894 MOAU (Marlin O & A Unit), investigation, May 2003
McLeon, Ronald, deputy chief inspector general, correspondence, 2003
Alleged Mistreatment reports, compiled information, July-August 2003
Investigation report [Name of TYC youth], 2001, 2003
Office of National Drug Control Policy, 2003
A report on the Texas Youth Commission and Family Involvement, 1999
Gainesville State School, Superintendent's Annual Report, 1991
State Board of Control, Gatesville State School for Boys, report of an examination, September 1, 1939-August 31, 1941
Mid-Management Leadership Program, 2003
Alleged mistreatment, 2003
Life in Prison management, 1997
Juvenile Justice Board meeting, 2001-2002
Specialized Treatment Performance Measure, 2001
Senate Finance Committee, Population work group, 2001
Process Improvement Project, undated
Personal file, 1998-1999
LBB, budget request, 1999-2001
Level I hearing and recommitment statistics, December 1998
Information Policy Council (IPC), 1998-1999
Giddings, May 1999
Gang-related information, 1998
Legislative retreat issues, 1998
Legislation, undated
Education request (LAR, Legislative Appropriations Request), 1998
Construction, 1998-1999
"Chapel of Hope,"2000
ACA, 2001
Victims Rights Audit, 1998
Discharge and Transition Process for Mentally Ill and Mentally Retarded Youth, undated
Management Audit Committee, 1999
TYC staff at various celebrations and ground-breaking ceremony, photographs,1995-1998
[2 folders]
Steve Robinson, Executive Director, OC reports, 2001-2003
E.A. [Name of TYC youth], 1998
Juvenile justice, 1997, 2000
[wallet]
Legislative Appropriations Request, 2000-2002
[wallet]
Morales/Turman Agreement, 1983, 1993
Alleged Mistreatment reports and investigation procedures, 2000-2001
[wallet]
Legislative assignments, FY 2001- FY 2002, 2000-2002
[wallet]
TYC Journal, December 1996, July 1997, September 1997
Criminal Justice Policy Council publications, May and December 1996, January - March 1997, February 2002
Box
2008/004-9 TYC Annual Report, 1996
Publications, 1999-2001
[2 folders]
Crockett staff allegations, 2001-2002
Photographs, TYC staff and youth, undated
Newspaper clippings, September 2002
Crockett State School / Assessment of Operations, 1991
Task Force on Aggression in Institutions, 1992
Loose files, 1998-2001
[wallet]
Loose files, 1992, 1997-2001
[wallet]
Loose files, 1998-2002
[wallet]
Loose files, 2001
[wallet]
Box
2010/070-1 Evins Critical Analysis, February 2005
Kudos Evins, 2004
Evins complaints, January 2005
Education policies, 2005
Contract care, 2002
Governor's Faith and Community-Based workshop, 2004-2005
Evins, 2001, 2004-2005
Youth Offender Initiatives, 2001
Local Government Code, 2002
Loose memos and correspondence, 2002-2005
Sex offenders, SBTP (Sexual Behavior Treatment Programs), 2006
Criminal Justice Policy Council, 2001, 2003
Regarding legislative matters, 2004-2006
Representative Martha Wong, 2003
Representative Ric Williamson, 1990-1992, 1995
Senator John Whitmire, 1994-1995
Representative Carlos Uresti, 2006
Senator Jim Turner, 1991-1992
Senator Todd Staples, 2001-2002, 2004-2005
Representative Jim Solis, 1997-2004
Representative Gene Seaman, 1999-2003
Representative Elvira Reyna, 1999-2004
Senator Jerry Patterson, 1996-1997
Representative Joe Nixon, 2005
Representative Joe Moreno, 2004-2005
Senator Mike Moncrief, 1996-2002
Senator Frank L. Madla Jr., 1996-2006
Representative Vilma Luna, 1997, 2003-2005
Senator Jon Lindsay, 1997-2006
Representative Pete Laney, 1995-1999, 2001-2002
[3 folders]
Box
2010/070-2 Representative Jesse Jones, 2004
Representative Suzanna Gratia Hupp, 1998-2002
Representative Ruben Hope, 2005
Representative Glenn Hegar, 2005
Representative Peggy Hamric, 2005
Representative Al Granoff, 1988-1993
Representative Toby Goodman, 1996-2006
Representative Al Edwards, 1998, 2005-2006
Representative Mary Denny, 1997, 2005
Representative Henry Cuellar, 1995
Representative Bill G. Carter, 1996-1997, 2002
Representative Todd Baxter, 1996
Senator Gonzalo Barrientos, 1997-2005
Senator Ken Armbrister, 1999-2004
Representative Ray Allen, 1996-2006
Delphi process, 2001
Texas Youth Commission data, trends and patterns, 2001
RJSJCC youth releases, 1999
GG-2, Comptroller recommendation to combine TJPC and TYC, 1991, 1996
Golden Triangle State School, 1992-1994
Bill Clayton Detention Center, 1999-2000
Morales, 1988-1991
Violent Offender Grant / Truth in Sentencing, 2000-2003
[wallet]
Texas Violent Gang Task Force, 2005-2006
SBC (Sheffield Boot Camp) television, 2001
SBC leases, 1999-2002
SBC education, 1999
SBC ceremonies, 2000, 2002
Memos regarding legislative issues, 2003
House Appropriations / Criminal Justice Sub-Committee Meeting, 2002
TJPC / TYC Consolidation, SB 459, 2003
Mart, 2000-2006
York House, 2002
Halfway House, 1999-2001
Schaeffer House, 2000-2004
Giddings, 1999-2001
Gainesville, 2000
Finance Work Group, Senate, 2001
House of Representatives, Mexican-American Legislative Caucus presentation, 2001
Box
2010/070-3 Project Spotlight, 1999-2001
Radio Task Force, October 25, 1999
[wallet, folder]
Grievance procedures, Audit Team, 2000-2001
Governor's C.J. (Criminal Justice) grant, 1999-2001
Legislative correspondence, 2004-2005
[2 folders]
Letter to Representative Harvey Hiderbran, April 4, 2006
[Regarding AMIs (Alleged Mistreatment Incidents) confirming abuse in last 3 years at John Shero SJCF (State Juvenile Correctional Facility) that were upheld on appeal.]
Legislative correspondence, 2005-2006
Legislative correspondence, 2006
[wallet, folder]
Legislative Budget Board, 2004-2006
Box
2010/070-4 Tactical objectives, 2004
EMR (Electronic Medical Record) / DMS (Digital Medical Services), 2003
Alleged Mistreatment database, 2002
Budget Deficit, 2003
UTMB (University of Texas Medical Branch) / Tech Cap, 2002
UTMB / TT contract 2002-2003, June 12, 2001
TEA (Texas Education Agency) accreditation request, June 2001
Parental Consent for Texas, 1997
MMPI procedures, 1997
Juvenile Corrections Executive Leadership Intern Program, 2004
RSAT (Residential Substance Abuse Treatment), 2003
Recidivism, 1993-1998
Recidivism evaluation, 1999
Psych diagnosing, 2003
Beto House, placement planning, May 10 - June 18, 2004
Specialized Treatment Population Management, 2003
Recruitment efforts, 2004
Performance measures education, 2003-2004
JCSS infirmary, 2008
Complaints from the public procedures, 1998
Management Team charter, undated
MI (mental illness) / SED (Special Education) issues, 1999-2000
Medical care in contract facilities, 2001-2002
M. Deans, 2005
Question and answers, education, 2003
Financing MH (mental health) services for youth, 2003
Lease agreements, 1990-2004
[wallet]
Global project management, 2002-2003
Governor's agency review recommendation, November 2003
Female offenders, 2004
Linda's travel, November 2002
APA (American Psychological Association), 2003
TPA (Texas Psychological Association) conference, November 2003
Psychiatric Services Audit, 2001
LEP (Limited English Proficiency), 1998-2003
Gender-specific programs, November 1, 2002
Additional FTEs, 2000-2001
Texas Performance Review, January 1998
Blue Ribbon Commission on Youth Safety and Juvenile Justice Reform, 2001
Plizka research proposal, October 2002
Classification panel, 2004
California Youth Authority, 2003-2004
U.S. Department of Justice, Maryland youth facilities, 2004
Representative Lois Kolkhorst, comparison of TYC and Windham Schools, February 21, 2005
Grants management, November 19, 2003
TYC Board (committee members), FY 2004, December 2003
Youth stats, 2005-2007
Psychology FTE additions, 2001
JCO (Juvenile Correctional Officer) - OJT, 2000
Mental illness and the law, February 2002
Career ladder job descriptions, May 2003
Mother-baby programs, WINGS (Women In Need of Greater Strengths), undated
Pre-employment screening, Institute for Forensic Psychology, 1998-2002
New Employee Assessment, 1996-1998
Exec Management Training, undated
Professional Pre-service, 2000
Psychiatrist Board Certifications, 2003
Psychological job descriptions, November 1999
Violent offender risk score methodology, October 2003
Leadership intern program, undated
Gang activity reports, 2004
ADED (Assistant Deputy Executive Director), juvenile corrections applicant folder, 2006
Four point restraint, 1999
LSI, juvenile version, 1996-1997
Pride in delinquency scale, 1997
Full body restraint, undated
Teen Suicide Presentation, Bastrop, July 15, 2000
Loose, facility locations, 2004
OC Pepper spray, 2004
Pepper spray - ED youth, 1998
Policy development guidelines, October 2001
Policy tracking report, October 2001
Project management, February 2003
Medical services audit by TMF (Texas Medical Foundation), November 2003
Medical survey, March 2004
Mental health policy issues, March 2004
AMP (Aggression Management Program), September 25, 2002
Facilities and organizational charts, 2004
Reorganizational charts, 2001
Box
2010/070-5 Employee travel vouchers, undated
[Multiple folders removed due to restrictions.]
Linda's correspondence, 2001
IPI (Inwald Personality Inventory), 1998-1999
HB (House Bill) 1550, 1996-2000
Cultural competency, 2000
[Name redacted] APJJF (Al Price Juvenile Justice Facility) - medical, October 2, 2003
Decision matrix, 1996
Contracting procedures, 2000
UTMB - psychiatric services, 2006
Loose correspondence, 2006
UTMB Psychiatric Services proposal, 2004
Plizka Psychiatric Services study, November 2003
Population management, 2006
Legislative committees, 2006
[wallet]
AMP (Aggression Management Program) current status, 2001-2003
Interview question and answer, ADE (Assistant Deputy Executive) Director, rehab services, 2004
[2 color photographs]
CFO (Chief Financial Officer) interview questions, 2003
Interview info - ADE finance, 2004
Death report [name redacted], January - February 2004
AMP (Aggressive Management Program) QA (Quality Assurance) review, 2002
SSSS (San Saba State School) / John Shero, miscellaneous info reviewed for grievances, 2006
TYC facilities notebook, 1999
Evins - AMI, 2004-2005
[wallet]
Juvenile corrections ADED, interview info for file, 2006
Suicide alert, security reports, 1992-1994
Confidentiality, 2001, 2003
Legislative Testimony on Female Offenders, 2003
Headcount and verification procedures, 2004
CD status updates, 2004
The Impulse to Kill, Linda S. Reyes, April 1999
FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) documents, 2004-2005
[wallet]
[For facilities Evins, Giddings, Al Price, Victory Field, West Texas, Mart.]
Box
2010/070-6 TCOMI (Texas Council on Offenders with Mental Impairments) - MOU with Harris County, 2001
HB 1550 discharges, undated
MR (Mental retardation) offenders, San Marcos, 2003
MROP, San Marcos, 2002
Gang Policy recommendations, 2003
MR/MI (Mental retardation / Mental illness) policy, 1997
Corsicana, May 4, 2000
CRTC (Corsicana Residential Treatment Center) medication procedures, 1996-1997
CRTC - transition unit, undated
Mental health overview, TYC Board meeting, January 15, 2004
CRTC - CSU (Corsicana Stabilization Unit) policy, February 1, 1997
Corsicana consultation visit, January 1999
CSU policy revisions, 2001
Corsicana program review, June 29, 2000
Employment Assistance Program, 2000
Acute care aggression treatment, Corsicana, 1994
CSU program revisions, March-September 1997
HB 1901 - relating to juveniles with mental health and substance abuse disorders, 2001
HB 1758 - relating to access for females under 18 years of age to facilities, services, and text available through health and human services and juvenile corrections programs, 2001
HB 1550 policy discussion, 2002
Delayed release youth preliminary reports, 2002
DMB (derived max benefit) - final report, January 14, 2002
CSU reports, 2000-2001
MR referral, 2003
AMP, July 11, 2003
AMP, 2003
AA/NA (Alcoholics Anonymous / Narcotics Anonymous) services in facilities, January 7, 2002
Caseworker career ladders project, February 2002
GAP (General Authorizing Policy) phases, 2001
Loose correspondence, 2005
Priority exceptional item requests, 2005-2007
HB 355, February 2005
TYC success stories, 2000-2002
Priority exceptional item requests, 2005
HB 2669 by Dutton, 2004-2005
ERB (Executive Review Board), 2004
Transformation Work Group (TWG), May 19, 2006
Accreditations coordinator, job descriptions, etc., 2004
Abuse / neglect - MHMR, 2003-2004
Halfway house lease agreements, 2005-2006
[wallet]
DOCS - performance appraisal, 1999
Treatment and case management flowcharts, 2001
Training Coordination Committee, 2003
Training Institute Planning, about 2000
Media policy, 1998-1999
Box
2010/070-7 MH Interventions Conference, March 2003
SBEC (State Board of Educator Certification) - Professional Discipline Unit, 2005
Employee evaluation, 1997
Interview questions, 1998, 2000
Indemnification clause psychiatrist liability, 2002
Job descriptions, 1999
Forced medication, 1998
Forensic psych evaluation, 1999-2000
Educator's code of ethics, SBEC, administrative directive, 1999, 2002
TYC's enabling statute, 1995
Education Code of Ethics, 2002
Ethics, 1990-2000s
Education Technology Plan, 2003-2005
Cheryln K. Townsend, 2008-2013
Box
2014/044-28 TJPC (Texas Juvenile Probation Commission) pilot programs, 2008
[wallet]
Performance measures, 2008-2009
DOJ (Department of Justice) Survey of Sexual Violence, 2007-2008
Interstate Commission for Juveniles (ICJ), 2009-2010
[wallet]
Treatment, 2009 Annual Review of Agency Treatment Effectiveness, December 2009
Treatment, John A. Hunter, Director of Specialized Treatment interview, February 2, 2009
Treatment, programs and activities for TYC youth, February 2009
Treatment, gender specific, 2001, 2008-2009
Treatment, suicide prevention, 2009
Youth Services, Quarterly meeting, September and December 2009
Youth Services, TYC bed capacity Plan, 2008-2009
Youth Services, breakthrough series collaborative (Center for Juvenile Justice Reform), February 2009
Youth Services, volunteer services, 2008-2010
Youth Services, Wraparound Reentry Assistance Program, December 2008
Youth Services, Community Corrections Pilot Project, 2009
Youth Services, loose correspondence, 2009
Youth Services, parole, November 2008
Youth Services, AUTOGOV, June 2008
[wallet]
Box
2014/044-29 Internal Audit, 2009-2010
[wallet]
Finance, 2008-2009
[wallet]
Budget, FY2010 Budget development, 2009
Budget, financial reports, FY2010, 2008-2010
[wallet]
Budget, SAO Program specialist audit, 2010
Budget, overtime, 2007-2009
Budget, space planning, 2010
Leadership development, 2010
TYC directives, 2007-2008
TYC strategy statement, issued by Cherie Townsend, February 2009
TxDOT State Plane, 2008
[CD]



Deputy executive director administrative correspondence, 1992-1996,
1.94 cubic ft.

The Texas Youth Commission (TYC) provided for the care, custody, rehabilitation, and reestablishment into society of youths convicted of delinquent conduct. The TYC operated secure residential, institutional, and community-based programs for delinquent youth and supervised the youth once they returned to the community. It also contracted with private sector providers to operate residential and non-residential services. This series contains outgoing correspondence and memoranda of the deputy executive director of the Texas Youth Commission, Jay Lindgren, including minutes of several internal agency groups and interagency committees, dating 1992-1995; and outgoing correspondence and memoranda of deputy executive director Sandra Burnam, 1995-1996. Dates of the series are 1992-1996. Topics covered include youth programs and issues, such as allowing some youth to go hunting while excluding others, substance abuse, sex offender registration, direct care issues, and juvenile probation; policy changes; proposed rules; legislation; alleged mistreatment of youth; status of release hearings; approval of extensions of stay for specific youth; escapes; technical assistance proposals; employee grievances; conferences and meetings attended by staff; and other issues concerning the management of the agency. Also present are letters of appreciation, condolence letters, and letters of recommendation for applicants. Correspondents include agency staff, officials in other state agencies, legislators, local officials, out-of-state agencies, parents of students, and others.
Internal groups whose actions are noted in these files include the TYC Direct Care Team and the TYC Juvenile Justice Group. Interagency committees discussed in these files are the TYC/Travis County Design Team, a group formed to pursue new and better processes for dealing with delinquent youth in the Travis County area; and the Texas Youth Commission/Texas Juvenile Probation Commission (TYC/TJPC) subcommittee, a group formed to investigate the feasibility of these two agencies sharing some administrative duties, such as training, research, and management information services. The materials concerning the internal groups and interagency committees are only present in Jay Lindgren's correspondence.
For additional correspondence see the separate finding aid Youth Commission historical records. This finding aid includes memoranda concerning administrative policy issues in the series Administrative policy files and some correspondence of the Texas Youth Council in the series Correspondence and administrative files of the Texas Youth Council.
Correspondence concerning the operation of the state schools and orphanages formerly under the Texas State Board of Control can be found in the finding aids Texas State Board of Control records and Texas State Board of Control board member files.
Arrangement
The correspondence is arranged in two groups: Jay Lindgren correspondence, 1992-1995; Sandra Burnam correspondence, 1995-1996. Within each group the files are in chronological order by quarter, with the materials within the folders in reverse chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Deputy executive director administrative correspondence, Texas Youth Commission executive office correspondence. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1999/164, 2000/104
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Youth Commission on May 28, 1999, and February 7, 2000.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, names, home addresses and other identifying information of juvenile offenders in the agency's juvenile delinquent system and of dependent and neglected children in any facilities operated by the Texas Youth Commission (Texas Family Code, Section 58.005); photographs where individual children in Youth Commission facilities can be identified unless the child granted permission to allow the photograph to be taken (Texas Family Code, Section 58.005); personal email addresses (Texas Government Code, Section 552.137); home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers and personal family information of employees of the Texas Youth Commission (Texas Government Code, Section 552.1175); credit card numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.101); psychological or psychiatric reports and evaluations (Texas Health and Safety Code, Mental Health records, 611.002); medical records (Texas Occupations Code, 159.002 (Medical Practice Act)); and driver's license numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.130); an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552). Refer to the overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, May 2000
Series removed from larger inventory by Halley Grogan, February 2017
Jay Lindgren correspondence, 1992-1995
Fiscal year 1993 files, 1992-1993:
Box
1999/164-1 First quarter, FY 93 (1992-1993)
Second quarter, FY 93 (1992-1993)
Third quarter, FY 93 (1992-1993)
Fourth quarter, FY 93 (1992-1993)
Fiscal year 1994 files, 1993-1994:
Box
1999/164-1 First quarter, FY 94 (1993-1994)
Second quarter, FY 94 (1993-1994)
Third quarter, FY 94 (1993-1994)
Fourth quarter, FY 94 (1993-1994)
Fiscal year 1995 files, 1994-1995:
Box
1999/164-1 First quarter, FY 95 (1994-1995)
Box
1999/164-2 Second quarter, FY 95 (1994-1995)
Third quarter, FY 95 (1994-1995)
Fourth quarter, FY 95 (1994-1995)
Sandra Burnam correspondence, 1995-1996
Fiscal year 1996 files, 1995-1996:
Box
2000/104-1 First quarter, FY 96 (1995-1996)
Second quarter, FY 96 (1995-1996)
Third quarter, FY 96 (1995-1996)
Fourth quarter, FY 96 (1995-1996)
Fiscal year 1997 files, 1996-1997:
Box
2000/104-1 First quarter, FY 97 (September-November 1996)



General administrative correspondence and subject files, 1967, 1970, 1979-2011, undated, bulk 2007-2008,
29.9 cubic ft.

The Texas Youth Commission (TYC) provided for the care, custody, rehabilitation, and reestablishment into society of youths convicted of delinquent conduct. The TYC operated secure residential, institutional, and community-based programs for delinquent youth and supervised the youth once they returned to the community. It also contracted with private sector providers to operate residential and non-residential services. Records include incoming and outgoing correspondence, memoranda, subject files, internal and external reports, alleged mistreatment investigations, operational notes, administrative non-meeting notes, program histories, and photographs dating 1967, 1970, 1979-2011, undated, bulk 2007-2008. These are records of various TYC executive office staff members including Ed Owens, conservator and acting executive director in 2007; Jay Kimbrough, conservator in March-June 2007; Dimitria Pope, executive director in 2007-2008; Richard Nedelkoff, conservator in January-October 2008; Mary Strong, director of Youth Rights Division; Kathey Gersbach, executive assistant to Mickey Neel, chief of staff in October 2007-January 2008; Alfonso Royal, chief of staff in February 2008-November 2008; and Lori Person, director of governmental relations in March-April 2009. Also included is a group of commissioner's correspondence including head shots of the commissioners. CD-ROMs accompany select folders, with most of the electronic records being similar copies to the paper records.
Topics covered include policy changes and proposed rules, legislation and legislative hearings, litigation and investigations, budget issues, problems at TYC facilities, compiled youth data, employee grievances, and performance measures. Also present are responses to inquiries about programs, funding, and specific situations at schools from legislators, governor's staff, other officials, and parents of youth at the schools. Correspondents include the U.S. Department of Justice; agency staff; officials in other state agencies including Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, Texas Workforce Investment Council, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and Texas Health and Human Services Commission; legislators; local officials; out-of-state agencies; parents of students; and others. Institutions mentioned in the records include West Texas State School, Crockett State School, Giddings State School, Gainesville State School for Girls, Gatesville State School for Boys, Brownwood State School, Mountain View State School for Boys, Corsicana State Home, Evins Regional Juvenile Center and the halfway house program.
For additional correspondence see the separate finding aid Youth Commission historical records. This finding aid includes memoranda concerning administrative policy issues in the series Administrative policy files and some correspondence of the Texas Youth Council in the series Correspondence and administrative files of the Texas Youth Council.
Correspondence concerning the operation of the state schools and orphanages formerly under the Texas State Board of Control can be found in the finding aids Texas State Board of Control records and Texas State Board of Control board member files.
Arrangement
Records are arranged as received from the agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), General administrative correspondence and subject files, Texas Youth Commission executive office correspondence. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2008/051, 2009/138, 2014/044
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Youth Commission on October 26, 2007; June 18, 2009; and from the Texas Juvenile Justice Department on November 8, 2013.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, names, home addresses and other identifying information of juvenile offenders in the agency's juvenile delinquent system and of dependent and neglected children in any facilities operated by the Texas Youth Commission (Texas Family Code, Section 58.005); photographs where individual children in Youth Commission facilities can be identified unless the child granted permission to allow the photograph to be taken (Texas Family Code, Section 58.005); personal email addresses (Texas Government Code, Section 552.137); home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers and personal family information of employees of the Texas Youth Commission (Texas Government Code, Section 552.1175); credit card numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.101); psychological or psychiatric reports and evaluations (Texas Health and Safety Code, Mental Health records, 611.002); medical records (Texas Occupations Code, 159.002 (Medical Practice Act)); and driver's license numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.130); an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552). Refer to the overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Technical Requirements
To view electronic data on the CD-ROM, please contact Archives staff for appropriate hardware/software.
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
Processing Information
Processed by Halley Grogan, February 2017
Box
2008/051-1 Commissioner's correspondence
Richard Abalos, 1983-1992
[one photograph]
Dr. George Beto, 1986-1991
Dr. George Beto, 1984-1985
Jim Bowie, 1980-1985
Susan Bush, 1987-1989
Susan Bush, 1983-1986
[one photograph]
Cathy Cochran, 2000-2001
[one photograph]
Gary Compton, 1989-1995
[one photograph]
Comer Cottrell, 1988-1995
[one photograph]
Kenneth George, 1988-1990
[one photograph]
Pete Harrell, 1991-1996
[two photographs]
Charles Henry, 1997-2003
[two photographs]
Marilla Ward King, 1989-1995
[one photograph]
Dr. Leonard Lawrence, 1995-2003
[folder 1 of 2]
Box
2008/051-2 Dr. Leonard Lawrence, 1995-2003
[folder 2 of 2, three photographs]
Jorge Rangel, 1986-1987
John Odam, 1993-2000
[one photograph]
Lisa Saemann Teschner, 1995-2001
[two photographs]
Ruben Schaeffer, 1978-1985
Nicholas Serafy, 2000-2004
[two photographs]
William Shamburger, 1979-1990
Edna Tamayo, 1996-1990
[one photograph]
Dr. George Willeford, 1979-1983
Rev. Floyd Williams, 1983-1991
[one photograph]
Don Workman, 1978-1983
Larry York, 1983-1991
Group correspondence, 2003-2005
Group correspondence, 2003
Group correspondence, 2000-2003
Steve Robinson, 1999-2002
Administrative correspondence and subject files
Box
2009/138-1 Memo regarding litigation, 1989
History of TYC efforts at aggression control in TYC institutions, beginning in 1985
Staff meeting minutes, 1988-1989
Custody death issues, 1997-1998
Box
2014/044-1 Employee Union meeting, 2007
Loose correspondence, 2007
[Name of TYC youth and TYC number redacted], Reference: Advocacy Incorporated, 2008
Loose correspondence, 2008
Correspondence, ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union), 2007
Attorney General of Texas, 2007
TYC Rider 25, 2007
Blue Ribbon Task Force Report, September 2007
Loose correspondence, 2007-2008
Systems Integration, 2008
Mart II visit, October 13, 2007
Kerr County Juvenile Center, 2008
FY08 Six-Month Summary of Services Provided, State Office of Administrative Hearings, May 2008
Use of Force Policy Review, July 11, 2007
UTMB / Health care contract, 2006-2007
Texas Workforce Development System, evaluation report, 2007
Loose correspondence and memos, Youth Rights Division, 2007-2008
Planning calendar, 2007
Report on Customer Service, 2004
Kerri Davidson, outgoing correspondence, 2007
Proposed chapel, McLennan, 2006
Loose correspondence, 1999-2006
Board retreat, 2005-2007
Loose correspondence, 2005
[Regarding Strategic Plans.]
Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, 2008
Loose correspondence, 2007
[Regarding Use of Force.]
Use of Force plans, 2007
Loose correspondence, 2007
[Regarding staff training.]
Kronos
[empty folder]
K9 handlers, 2008
Joint Operation and Management of TYC, Legislative hearing, April 16, 2008
Joint Legislative Committee, April 16, 2008
Interim charges, 2008
Loose records, 2008
SB 103, 2008
Internal audit, monitoring, 2008
Ombudsman, monitoring, 2008
Box
2014/044-2 Loose memos and compiled youth data, 2008
[wallet]
Today's contract care and budgets populations, 2008
Loose correspondence, 2007-2008
[Regarding Complaints / Incident Reports.]
SAS (compiled data) reports, 2008
Parole SAS (compiled data) reports, 2008
PREA (Prison Rape Elimination Act) - Sexual Assault Prevention, 2005-2008
YAP - Delivery of Service flow chart, undated
Joint Legislative Committee, April 16, 2008
Hearing information, 2008
Joint committee follow-up, 2008
House Corrections, Subcommittee on Youth, 2008
LBB (Legislative Budget Board), April 24, 2008
Staff Professional Training, 2008
[wallet]
Misdemeanant release, 2008
Performance evaluations, 2007-2008
CID (Correctional Institutions Division) Performance measures, 2005
Contacts, 2007
Review of Medical Services, 2008
Loose, compiled data reports, 2008
Specialized Aftercare Exceptions Reports (compiled data), November 2008
Call center / IRD, 2008
Conferences and travel, 2005
Loose correspondence and notes, 2007-2008
Employee applications and requests to change rehire status, 2008
Evins report, 2007
TYC priorities and youth programs, 2009
Box
2014/044-5 Employee overtime tracking, 2007
Family Bill of Rights, 2007
Parole issues, 2006-2007
Community Service Guidelines and loose correspondence, 2007
Ombudsman, 2007
Notice of closure (investigations), 2007
JCO Op Shift Duties Acknowledgement, 2001
Mickey Neel correspondence, 2007
OC-Related incident reports, 2007
Purchase vouchers, 2002-2007
Loose correspondence, 2007
Parole issues, 2006-2007
Pathways to Self-Discovery and Change (PSD-C) program, 2007
Loose correspondence, 2007
[Regarding requests for approval.]
Loose correspondence, 2007-2008
[Regarding mission definition.]
Youth Grievance system, 2006-2008
AMI (alleged mistreatment) confirmation reports, 2007-2008
Mary Strong, correspondence and attachments, 2008
Youth Grievance system, policy and reform, 2007-2008
Loose correspondence, 2008
[Regarding Youth Rights Division.]
Offender Grievance, operation manual, November 2004
Loose correspondence, 2008
[Regarding Youth Rights Division.]
TDCJ, Youthful Offender Program (YOP), 2000, 2004
Survey and policy documents, 2006
Assessment and intake procedures, 2007
Internal Audit Department, flow charts, 2006
Alleged mistreatment, 2007
Loose correspondence, 2001, 2007
Youth Grievance System, training manuals, August 2007
Box
2014/044-6 Gangs, 2006-2007
For January 3rd meeting, undated
Performance indicators, safety and security, 2007
Report from conservator, May 2007
TYC rehab plan, March 2007
Safety and security stats, samples, 2007
Contract care, Mel Mathews, 2008
Parole Division, division briefing, 2006-2007
Performance measures, LBB (Legislative Budget Board), 2007
Education, Treatment, Workforce Division briefing, 2007
Administrative Services and Community Relations Division briefing, November 20, 2007
Performance measures, admin and support, undated
TYC Research Division, 2007
Review of treatment effectiveness, December 2007
Parole reorganization meeting, December 12, 2007
Performance measures, community relations, 2007
Performance measures, parole, 2007
Psychotropic medication algorithms, 2001-2002
Program/Performance accountability and monitoring, 2007
Al Price roll out, 2003-2007
West Texas State School, 2007
[wallet]
General Counsel:
Hearings, 2004-2005
Inspector General, 2003-2004
Investigations, 2004
Open records, 2005
M.R. kids and abuse, 2003
[Name of TYC juvenile redacted], 2003
Abuse stats requests, post Statesman story, 2003
Statesman story and Associated Press, 2003
STAR TEAM Program Monitoring, support, recovery, 2005
Parrie Haynes, 2005
[wallet]
Policy, 2004-2005
Juvenile Corrections:
Juvenile Corrections, 2003, 2005
Contract care, 2004-2005
Interstate compact, 2004
Parole, 2005
Security, 2003-2005
Youth / Parent letters, 2005
Death reports, 2003-2005
Youth suicide, [Name of TYC juvenile youth redacted], Gainesville, January 4, 2004
Crockett death, 1997
Compiled data, January 2004
[Regarding TYC youth deaths.]
Governor's Faith Based Initiatives, 2004
Ancillary Chaplaincy, 2005
Victim services, 2005
SECC, 2003-2005
Institutions, 2003-2005
[folders 1-2 of 4]
Box
2014/044-7 Institutions, 2003-2005
[folders 3-4 of 4]
Professional Development Academy, November 2005
Halfway Houses, 2003, 2005
Rehabilitation:
Box
2014/044-7 Treatment, chemical dependency, 2003, 2005
Education, 2004-2005
Health services, 2004-2005
[2 folders]
Treatment, substance abuse, 2003
Treatment and case management, 2005
Education and workforce development, 2003-2004
Finance:
Box
2014/044-7 Accounting, 2003, 2005
Budget amendments, 2003
Budget, 2003-2005
Claims, 2004
Contract, 2003-2004
Loose correspondence, Mary Strong,2007
Site visit reports,2007
Loose correspondence, Mary Strong,2007
Intake forms and procedures,2007
TDCJ Research, Evaluation and Development (RED) Group, peer panel info session,2006
Loose correspondence, Mary Strong,2007-2008
Research papers and presentations,2007
[Includes RED papers.]
Data analysis,2007-2008
Research papers,2007
Employee grievance system,2007
"Mission: Possible!," TYC strategic planning,2007
Loose correspondence, Mary Strong,2006-2007
Loose correspondence, Mary Strong,2008
Loose correspondence, 2007-2008
[Regarding employees.]
Loose correspondence, undated
[Regarding Youth Rights Focus Groups.]
TYC notes, 2008
[Includes executive management meetings, division meetings, legislative hearings, and miscellaneous meetings.]
Box
2014/044-8 Legislative clipping service, October 2007
Loose correspondence, 2007-2008
Interim Study Charges, House of Representatives, 80th Legislature, 2007
Superintendent of Education, job application, 2007
Network access, 2007
Job classifications and descriptions, 2005-2007
Loose correspondence, 2007
[Regarding TYC reform.]
McFadden Ranch, 2007
Loose correspondence, 2007
[Regarding Use of Force and Decision/Release reports.]
Request for information: Minnesota Department of Corrections, 2007
Prairie View A&M University, Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center, workshop, 2007
Mission statements, 2007
Models for Change, MacArthur Foundation, 2007
Christmas cards, undated
Loose correspondence, Mickey Neel, 2006-2007
Youth Grievance and Ombudsman's Program, 2007-2008
Texas Workforce Investment Council (TWIC) data request, 2008
West Texas State School (WTSS) and Sheffield, 2008
Incident reports, 2006-2007
Resumes, undated
Loose correspondence, undated
[Regarding site visit reports, research, population plans and Performance-based Standards (PbS).]
Pandemic Influenza, meeting and Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP), 2008
Resumes, undated
Loose correspondence, 2006-2008
Public notices, Halfway Houses, 1999-2003
[2 folders]
Membership information, March 2008
Minimum length of stay backlog, 2008
Minimum length of stay, 2007-2008
Box
2014/044-9 ACA Exemplary Practices in Corrections, 2004
Actual Performance for Output/Efficiency Measures, 2008
Appropriations, 2007
Misdemeanants, 2007
[wallet]
OAG (Office of the Attorney General), Child Support Division, sample business continuity plan, 2006-2007
Governor's Office, 2008
House Corrections, Subcommittee on Juvenile Justice and Education, 2008
Kronos Executive Business Assessment Summary, 2008
Finance correspondence, 2007
[Regarding Issue Bonds FY 2008.]
Parole info - Richard Nedelkoff, 2008
Rider reports, 2007
Minimum Length of Stay (MLOS) Project, 2007
TYC reforms, 2007
80th Legislative Interim Charges, 2007
19-20 Year Olds, 2008
ACA, Ron Jackson Facility, 2008
Fleet vehicles, 2007
Fingerprint machine, 2007-2008
Box
2014/044-10 Finance Division, 2007
Facility assessment / sight (site) visits, 2007
Contracts, 2006-2008
Health Services update, 2007-2008
Human Resource Division, 2007-2008
Ombudsman - education, 2008
OIO (Office of the Independent Ombudsman) AMI evaluative report, 2008
Rider 25, 2007-2008
SB 103 Implementation strategies, 2008
Sample letters, undated
Box
2014/044-11 Texas State Agency correspondence, 2008
Title IV-E, 2007-2008
TYC/TJPC merger proposal, January 2003
TYC misdemeanants, 2008
Gulf Coast Contract Parole Services, 2007
Giddings State School, 2007
Gateway Manager tool, undated
Loose subject files, undated
Parole issues, 2007
Galveston Community Service, undated
Houston District Office, 2007
Emotional intelligence, undated
HB 921, relating to the sharing of information among state agencies, 2007-2008
Pepper spray and restraints, 2004, 2007
Contracts, 2006-2007
TYC youth psychological evaluations, 2002
Basic Treatment Program, 2007
Education, Treatment and Workforce Development, 2007-2008
Agreements, undated
Psychological evaluations, 2002-2011
Loose notes, undated
Psychological and Medical evaluations, 2003-2011
Blank forms, undated
Records retention schedule, 2000
Box
2014/044-12 Human Resources support documents, 2006-2007
[2 folders]
Facility transfer, 2007
Policy approval memos, July - August 2007
Representative Jerry Madden, 2007
Al Price State Juvenile Correctional Facility, 2006-2007
Incident reports, 2007
Legal opinions, 2007
DOJ (U.S. Department of Justice) response, 2007
Loose correspondence, 2005, 2007
SAS consulting, 2007
TDCJ transfers, 2006-2007
TYC youth correspondence, 2006-2007
Staff development, 2006-2007
Superintendent Protocol, 2007
Loose correspondence, 2006-2008
Box
2014/044-13 Texas Advisory Council on Juvenile Services name plates, undated
Texas Advisory Council on Juvenile Services, miscellaneous correspondence, 1995-2001
Texas Advisory Council on Juvenile Services, nominee surveys, 1997
Texas Advisory Council on Juvenile Services, nomination letters, 1995-1997
Alleged Mistreatment Review,February 2007
Business plans, multiple divisions,2006
Chester's business plans, 2006
Facility and county youth status sheets, undated
Inspection form for eating and drinking establishments, Gatesville, 1991
Graduates, Mountain View School, 1967, 1970
Box
2014/044-14 Gainesville, youth status sheets, undated
Gatesville, youth status sheets, undated
Brownwood, youth status sheets, undated
Crockett, youth status sheets, undated
Petitioners by county, youth status sheets, undated
Confidential correspondence, 1960s-1970s
Mountain View School, 1960s-1970s
West Texas State School Property Inventory Dispersal Plan, FY 2010, 2010
West Texas State School, 2010
West Texas State School, closure action plan,2010
Victory Field, Inventory Distribution Plan, FY 2010,2010
Crockett,2011
[2 folders]
Giddings,2011
Corsicana,2011
Gainesville,2011
Al Price,2011
Representative Elliot Naishtat:
2003
2001
2000
1999
1998
Representative Rick Noriega,2000
Representative Rick Noriega,1997
Representative Dora Olive:
2003
2002
2000
1997
Representative Soloman P. Ortiz,2002
Representative Aaron Pena,2003
Governor Rick Perry:
2003
[2 folders]
2002
[1 of 2 folders]
Box
2014/044-16 2002
[2 of 2 folders]
2001
[2 folders]
2000
1999
Box
2014/044-17 Representative Larry Phillips, 2003
Representative Joe Pickett, 2000
Representative Jim Pitts:
2003
2000
1999
Representative Ron Paul, 2001
Representative Robert Puente:
2001
1999
1998
Representative Richard Raymond, 2003
Representative Allan B. Ritter, 2001
Representative Allan B. Ritter, 2000
Representative Eddie Rodriguez, 2003
Representative Patrick M. Rose, 2003
Representative Todd Smith:
2003
2002
2001
1997
Representative John Smittee, 2000
Representative John Smittee, 1999
Representative Burt Solomons, 2000
Representative Burt Solomons, 2001
Representative Charles Stenhelm, 2003
Representative Charles Stenhelm, 2001
Representative Pete Sessions, 2001
Representative David Swinford, 2000
Representative Robert E. Talton, 2000
Representative Robert E. Talton, 1998
Representative Larry Taylor, 2003
Representative Senfronia Thompson, 1999
Representative Senfronia Thompson, 1997
Representative Mac Thornberry, 2001
Representative Vicki Truitt, 2000
Representative Jim Turner, 2002
Representative Jim Turner, 2001
Representative Sylvester Turner:
2003
2002
2001
2000
1998
1997
Representative Michael Villarreal, 2002
Representative G.E. Buddy West, 2003
Asset for Forfeiture report, FY 2007, 2007
Staffing Masters, 2008
[wallet]
Staffing Masters, 2009
[wallet]
HHSC (Texas Health and Human Services Commission) Community Resource Coordination Group of Texas FY2006-2007, 2008
DIR, business leadership Council for Technology, December 4, 2008
Fruit-bearing Ministries MOU, 2009-2010
Alleged Mistreatment reports, 2008
[wallet]
OIG Alleged Mistreatment reports, 2009
[wallet]
Aramark Food Services, 2008
Huskey & Associates, Inc., 2008
HB 2086 Gang program, August 28, 2009
81st Legislative, briefing book, 2009
Budget hearing, 2009
Criminal Justice hearing, November 13, 2008
Draft, legislative bill, foster children at TYC, September 30, 2008
FY09 General Revenue and General Revenue - Dedicated Appropriations, 2009
HB 921, 2007
HUB Mentor Protege Program, Senator West, 2008
Rules of the House of Representative of the 81st Legislative, 2009
Box
2014/044-18 Consultant meeting, December 2, 2008
Interstate Compact on Juveniles, 2008
Rental Value of Employee Housing, (General Land Office), 2007
Human Resources, staffing, 2008
Advocates / Unsolicited material, 2007-2009
[wallet]
Box
2014/044-19 Iraan / Sheffield ISD lease agreement, 2000
[wallet]
Iraan / Sheffield ISD lease agreement, 1999
[wallet]
WTSS lease agreement, 1995-1997, 2005
[wallet]
Vernon South Campus Facility lease agreement, 1997, 2005
[wallet]
Historical data, 1995, 2000
Travel vouchers:
Roger Jefferies, 2007
Richard Nedelkoff, 2008
Katherine Gersbach, 2007
Staff, 2007
Mickey Neel, 2007
[wallet]
Dimitria Pope, 2007-2008
[wallet]
Alfonso Royal, 2008
[wallet]
OIO meeting, December 2011 - April 2012
Advocates meeting, May 2, 2012
Internal Audit Department, memos, 2007, 2010
[2 folders]
Executive director, request to increase pay, 2008
Internal Audit Department, memos, 2007-2008
Mediation:
Patrick Bardwell/Al Price, 2007
Earven Savoy/Al Price, 2004, 2007
Victor Fulton/Al Price, 2007
Rodney Anderson/Al Price, 2007
Angela Underwood/Houston (hearing at Al Price), 2007
Independent Dismissal Mediation Program, Senior Agency Official's Guide, July 2007
Box
2014/044-21 TYC history, 1990s-2000s, undated
WINGS Program, 2008
Youth Rights: backlog, 2008
UTMB Request to Implement Programs meeting, March 6, 2008
U.S. Department of Justice, Evins Regional Juvenile Center, 2008
Box
2014/044-22 Population reports (multiple facilities), 2006
Population reports, 2006-2007
Business Plan - Juvenile Corrections, 2007
TYC absconders and escapees, 2006
Budget Deficit Strategies, October 2006
Electricity Contract Development Process, February 2007
Audit schedules, FY06 - FY07, 2005-2006
PREA, 2006-2007
Behavior Phase, 2002, 2006-2007
Loose legislative materials, 2004, 2007
Sexual conduct allegations report, 2007
Death report, September 2006
Human Resource Division, business plan, tactical objectives, 2007
Central Office Emergency Response and Business Continuity Plan, July 2006
Budget, 2006-2007
FY03 Karnes FPP, 2006-2009
Funding formula considerations, 2006
Box
2014/044-23 Memos, investigations at WTSS, February 2007
Governor Ann Richards, correspondence, 1991-1995
Lieutenant Governor Bill Ratliff, correspondence, 2001-2002
Lieutenant Governor Rick Perry, correspondence, 1999-2000
Senator David E. Bernsen, correspondence, 2000-2001
Senator Teel Bivins, correspondence, 1993, 2001, 2003
Senator J.E. "Buster" Brown, correspondence, 1997, 2000
Senator David Cain, correspondence, 1996-1997, 2002
Senator Tom Haywood, correspondence, 1996-2001
Senator Gregory Luna, correspondence, 1997
Senator Bill Ratliff, correspondence, 1996-2003
Senator David Sibley, correspondence, 1997-2001
Senator Carlos Truan, correspondence, 1997-2000, 2003
Senator Jim Turner, correspondence, 1994-1995
Representative Clyde Alexander, correspondence, 1997-2001
Representative Leo Alvarado, correspondence, 1996-1997
Representative Kip Averitt, correspondence, 1997-1998, 2000-2001
Representative Fred Bosse, correspondence, 2001
Representative Gabi Canales, correspondence,
[empty folder]
Representative Jamie Capelo, correspondence,
[empty folder]
Representative Wayne Christian, correspondence, 1997-1998
Representative Ron Clark, correspondence, 1997-2002
Representative David Counts, correspondence, 2001-2002
Representative Henry Cuellar, correspondence, 1997, 2000
Representative Harryette Ehrnhardt, correspondence, 1997
Representative Dan Ellis, correspondence, 1999-2004
Representative Domingo Garcia, correspondence, 2000-2001
Representative Timoteo Garza, correspondence
[empty folder]
Representative Bob Glaze, correspondence, 1999
Representative Rick Green, correspondence, 2001
Representative Sherri Greenberg, correspondence, 1997
Representative Roberto Gutierrez, correspondence, 2002, 2004
Representative Judy Hawley, correspondence, 1997
Representative Talmadge Heflin, correspondence, 1998-1999, 2001-2004
Representative Paul Hilbert, correspondence, 1998
Representative Juan Hinojosa, correspondence, 1997, 1999-2002
Representative Robert Junell, correspondence, 1996-2002
Representative Dan Kubiak, correspondence, 1997
Representative David Lengefelt, correspondence, 1999-2000
Representative Glen Lewis, correspondence, 2000
Representative Ron Lewis, correspondence, 2000-2001
Representative John Longoria, correspondence, 1996-1999
Representative John Mabry, Jr., correspondence, 2004
Representative Kenny Marchant, correspondence, 1998, 2000
Representative Glen Maxey, correspondence, 1997, 2000
Representative Ken Mercer, correspondence, 2003
Representative Tom Ramsay, correspondence, 2000
Representative Irma Rangel, correspondence, 1997
Representative Arthur C. Reyna, correspondence, 1999-2002
Representative Paul Sadler, correspondence, 1997, 1999
Representative Ignacio Salinas Jr., correspondence, 2000
Representative John Shields, correspondence, 1997
Representative Bill Siebert, correspondence, 1995-1997
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2014/044-24 Representative Todd Staples, correspondence, 1997-1998, 2000
Representative Jack Stick, correspondence, 2003-2004
Representative Barry Telford, correspondence, 1997, 2001-2002
Representative Dale Tillery, correspondence, 1996
Representative Bob Turner, correspondence, 1997-1998, 2001
Representative Gary Walker, correspondence, 1997, 2002
Representative Ron Wilson, correspondence, 2000-2002
Representative Miguel David Wise, correspondence, 1997-2003
Representative Arlene Wohlgemuth, correspondence, 1996, 1999, 2002-2003
Representative Steve Wolens, correspondence, 2002
Representative Ken Yarbrough, correspondence, 1996
Representative Zeb Zbranek, correspondence, 1998, 2001-2002
79th Legislature, bills:
HB (House Bill) 6 by Hupp
HB 83 by Riddle
HB 243 by Goolsby
HB 354 by Pena
HB 355 by Pena
HB 670 by Jones
HB 706 by Haggerty
HB 867 by Allen
HB 1068 by Driver
HB 1575 by Dutton
HB 1685 by Dukes
HB 1843 by Dukes
HB 1928 by Moreno
HB 2357 by Raymond
HB 2479 by Delisi
HB 2669 by Dutton
HB 2837 by Allen
HB 2743 by Deshotel
HB 3077 by Naishtat
HB 3456 by Deshotel
HB 2753 by Pitts
SB 6 by Nelson
SB 230, school notice
SB 325 by Zaffirini
SB 1201 by Ellis
SB 1617 by Ogden
SB 1632 by Hinojosa
SB 1750 by Ellis
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2014/044-26 Status Report, Marlin Unit, January 2007
Monthly Status Report, multiple facilities, December 2006
Facility Closure action plan, 2011
[wallet]
Al Price Juvenile Correctional Facility, 2009
Evins mock audit, January 24, 2011
Closure working papers, FY12, 2011
Closure/Consolidation, 2011
CSS (Crockett State School) Inventory, August 30, 2011
Loose correspondence, 2004
Loose correspondence, 2001, 2004
Board members:
Charles Henry, 1997, 2001, 2003
[black-and-white and color photographs]
[Dismissal on August 31, 2013.]
Leonard Lawrence, 1997, 2000, 2003
[black-and-white and color photographs]
[Dismissal on August 31, 2013.]
John Odam, 1993
[black-and-white photographs]
[Dismissal on August 31, 2009.]
Lisa Saemann Teschner, 1995-1999
[black-and-white photographs]
[Dismissal on August 31, 2011.]
Edna Tamayo, 1990
[black-and-white and color photographs and negatives]
[Dismissal in 2010.]
Nicholas Serafy, 2000
[color photographs]
[Dismissal on August 31, 2015.]
Pete Harrell, 1991-1997
[color photographs]
[Dismissal on August 31, 2010.]
Board photographs, 2000
[color photographs]
Gloria Dickson, 2004-2007
[color photographs]
[Dismissal on August 31, 2017.]
Dr. Juan Sanchez Munoz, 2006
[Dismissal on August 31, 2017.]
William Mahomes, 2003-2005
[color photographs]
[Dismissal on August 31, 2017.]
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2014/044-27 Patsy Guest, 2002-2007
[color photographs]
[Dismissal on August 31, 2007.]
Donald Bethel, 2003-2007
[color photographs]
[Dismissal on August 31, 2007.]
Steve Fryon, 2002-2006
[color photographs]
[Dismissal on August 31, 2007.]
Pete Alfaro, 1995-2003
[Dismissal on August 31, 2007.]
House Committee on Juvenile Justice and Family Issues, March 24, 2000
Memo, MHS (Mental Health Services) for Children, January 25, 2002
Box
2014/044-28 Financial reports, February 28, 2005
Box
2014/044-29 Townsend FY10 calendars, 2010
Quality Assurance, 2010
ACA Ron Jackson, 2009
[2 folders]
LBB (Legislative Budget Board) correspondence, 1994, 1998-2000, 2002
[wallet]
Governor's Office, Criminal Justice Division, 1991-1996
Criminal Justice Policy Council, 1999-2000
Personal financial statements, supervision contracts, 2006-2008
Dr. Pulim / Psychotropic information, 1995-1998
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2014/044-30 Executive Division business plan, FY 2005-2009, 1998, 2000, 2004-2007
TYC Executive leadership intern program,2006
Evins,2004-2005
Evins,2006
Recidivism,2004-2005
Disciplinary Actions,2004-2005
Evins,2004-2006
[wallet]
Box
2014/044-31 Evins, corrective plan,2004-2005
[wallet]
Littlefield facility,1999
Al Price State Juvenile Correctional Facility,August 2007 - March 2008
House Bill 3202, Madden,2006
Executive Council, Joint Legislative Committee De-briefing meeting, August 2007
Contract care budget, FY 2008, 2008
Facility rating chart, 2008
Misdemeanants, 2007-2008
Review of First Quarter Activity, 2007
Continuity of Operations Plan, pandemic flu, May 2008
Bed capacity summary, FY 2010-2011, 2008
Anne E. Casey Foundation, 2008
Box
2014/044-32 Senate, correspondence:
Kip Averitt, 2002-2003
[2 folders]
Kim Brimer, 2003
John Carona, 1997, 1999-2002
[5 folders]
Robert Duncan, 1997-2003
[7 folders]
Rodney Ellis, 1997, 1999-2002
[5 folders]
Craig Estes, 2003
Troy Fraser, 1997, 2001-2002
[3 folders]
Mario Gallegos, 2000, 2002
[2 folders]
Chris Harris, 1996-2003
[8 folders]
Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa, 1996-2003
[8 folders]
Kay Hutchinson, 2002-2003
[2 folders]
Mike Jackson, 2000
Jane Nelson, 1996-1999, 2001-2003
[7 folders]
Steve Ogden, 1996, 1998-1999, 2000-2003
[7 folders]
Florence Shapiro, 1997-2001, 2003
[6 folders]
Eliot Shapleigh, 1997-1998, 2000, 2003
[4 folders]
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2014/044-33 Leticia Van de Putte, 1996-1998, 2000-2003
[7 folders]
Jeff Wentworth, 1998, 2000-2003
[5 folders]
Royce West, 1995-2001, 2003
[8 folders]
John Whitmire, 1997-2001, 2003
[6 folders]
Tommy Williams, 2003
Judith Zaffirini, 1996-2002
[7 folders]
FY 2007 Tactical Objective, 2007
Texas Coalition Advocating Justice for Juveniles, 2006-2007
TYC Education meeting with TEA (Texas Education Association), April 10, 2007
[wallet]
San Saba correspondence, 2005-2006
Box
2014/044-34 Response to governor, regarding operations to TYC, 2007
[wallet]
PREA, 2006-2007
Loose general correspondence, 2006-2007
Fiscal impact, open bay dorm reconfiguration, 2006
Loose general correspondence, 2006-2007
Finance:
Construction, 2003
FTEs, 2003-2004
Finance grants, 1999-2005
HUB, 2002, 2004-2005
Maintenance and Operation, 2005
Performance Measures, 2004
Purchasing, 2000, 2004-2005
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2014/044-35 P.O. (purchasing orders), 2004-2005
[3 folders]
File retention, 2003, 2005
Resident population, 2004
Research, 2002-2004
Inventory, 1998-2005
[2 folders]
Travel, 2004-2005
[2 folders]
Comptroller, 2003-2004
Privilege Task Force, 2005
Psychiatric Services Proposal - UTMB, 2006
Staffing ratios, 2005-2006
[CD-Rom]
STAR team policy for discussion, 2006
Out-of-State Travel, FY2007, 2006
Overtime, 2006
PDA (Professional Development Academy), 2004-2005
PDA white paper, 2006
PREA technical assistant report, 2006-2007
PREA, 2006
Licensed sex offender treatment providers, exemption from requirements, 2006
Providers exemption from requirements, 2006
Maximum LOS and priority one, 2004-2006
[2 folders]
FMLA, 2005
Job fitness, August 4, 2006
Health Services Utilization Review report, July 2006
JCO VI/ODS review, 2005
Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation, 2004-2005
Box
2014/044-36 Alleged Mistreatment Information memo, 2004-2005
AMI, 2004-2006
[2 folders]
AMI planning, 2004-2006
DOJ, 2006
EAP, 2006
E-Rate repayment, 2005-2006
TTUHSC contract renewal FY 2006, 2005
DOJ investigations, 2004-2005
Use of Force, 2005
UTMB contract renewal FY2006, 2005
Tactical objectives FY 2006, 2005-2006
Use of Force policy drafts, March 2, 2006
Use of Force, February 15, 2006
UT School of Social Work, January 25, 2007
[2 folders]
Workforce work plan, finance, 2005
Legislative budget hearing, August 24, 2006
Senate Finance Committee, October 2, 2006
Revocations, 2005-2006
Security Unit Policy Compliance, August 2006
Shenk documentary, 2006
Recruitment retention, 2005-2006
[wallet]
Recidivism disaggregation, 2004-2006
Recidivism disaggregation, February 15, 2006
Exploring recidivism, 2004-2005
Recidivism analyses, 2004-2005
CD reduction, FY 2007, 2006
C & SVOTP status, January 2006
Clinical services / psychiatric services work plan, FY 2004, 2005
Cohn report, November 2006
Coordinated program reviews, 2005
Critical risk factors report, 2005
Crushing meds, 2001, 2005
Digital surveillance systems, 2005
Director of MH services, 2006
DOL investigation San Saba State School, 2006
Eagle Lake estimate, 2006
LBB psychiatric costs, 2004
Legislative responses, 2006
Medical conditions, 2006
MH issues, 2004
Appendix A - Contingency team, January 31, 2006
Age considerations in placement, 2006
Board retreat, February 15, 2007
Business managers conference, October 11-13, 2006
Business plans, 2007
Case management, 2006
Caseworker utilization, January 2006
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2014/044-37 Bearing Point Inc., Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, fiscal contract, 2009
TechShare Project Addendum for Operation of JCMS - Amendment No. 1, November 29, 2011
TechShare Project Addendum for Operation of JCMS - Dallas, Tarrant, TJPC, CUC, August 4, 2011
Bexar Co. Notice to Terminate Participating in Texas Conference of Urban Counties TechShare Program Project Addendum for Implementation of JCMS, June 21, 2011
TJPC Signed Confirmation of Receipt of JCMS Basic Source Code, July 27, 2010
Tarrant County Commissioners Court Approval of Project Addendum for Implementation and Enhancement of JCMS, June 8, 2010
Texas Conference of Urban Counties TechShare Program Project Addendum for Implementation and Enhancement of JCMS, May 26, 2010
Texas Conference of Urban Counties TechShare Program Project Addendum for Implementation and Enhancement of JCMS for Consideration by Urban Counties Board, May 24, 2010
Texas Conference of Urban Counties TechShare Program Project Addendum for Implementation and Enhancement of JCMS for Consideration by Urban Counties Board, May 20, 2010
Notice of Urban Counties Intent to Withdraw from the TechShare JCMS Addendum, April 23, 2010
JCMS Contract Amendment (CUC and Headspring, L.P.), October 14, 2009
TechShare Project Addendum JCMS Bexar, Dallas, and Tarrant Counties, TJPC, August 27, 2009
Texas Conference of Urban Counties Professional Services Contract between Texans Conference of Urban Counties and TJPC, July 17, 2008
Master Interlocal Agreement for Participation in the Urban Counties TechShare Program, May 16, 2008
TechShare Addendum Attachment A, Financial Plan - cost schedules, May 6, 2008
TechShare Project Addendum JCMS Bexar, Dallas, and Tarrant Counties, TJPC, January 30, 2006
JCMS / Techshare Interlocal Agreement, June 25, 2010
Correspondence, 2004
Correspondence, 2005
Site visits, March 2005
ACA accreditation, 2002-2005
Biographies, 2004
Conference meetings, 2002, 2004-2005
[1 folder, 1 wallet]
General Counsel, cases, 2004-2005
SBEC professional discipline unit, 2005
General Counsel, complaints and grievances, 2005
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2014/044-38 General Counsel, complaints and grievances, 2004-2005
General Counsel, complaints and grievances, 2004
Directive to Implement Operational Changes, April 1995
Correspondence, 2003
Admin supervisor, 2003-2005
[color photograph]
Master report schedule, 2004
Legislative meeting, 2004-2005
ACA general, 2004
ACA conference, 2004-2005
Appointment letters, 2003-2005
Dignitary, 2002-2003
CAO, 2002-2003, 2005
Judges, 2003
Public info, 2003-2005
Interagency relations, 2004
Juvenile Justice Advisory Board, 2001, 2004
General Counsel, 2004-2005
San Saba policy problems, February 2006
[2 folders]
Minority over representation, 2005
Randy Chance, 2004-2005
Non-English Plan, 2003
Juvenile Justice System, family issues, 2004
TCAJJ, 2004-2006
[2 folders]
Box
2014/044-39 Population Distribution Project,2001
California Youth Authority story,2003-2004
Al Price, 2005
[wallet]
CoNextions, 2007-2008
Loose correspondence, 2007-2008
Alleged mistreatment incidents, 2007
BMP (Behavior Management Program) program policies, 2008
ACA correspondence, 2007-2008
Loose correspondence, 2007-2008
Parole, 2007
Blue Ribbon Task Force draft report, 2007
AMI confirmation and investigations, 2007-2008
[wallet]
Survey projects, 2007
Advocacy, Inc., 2007
Youth Records Division, 2006-2007
ASCR, 2007
Al Price, 2007
Travel and space management, 2007
Youth parole process flow, 2007
Youth Rights Division, 2007
Alleged Mistreatment, 2008
Position descriptions, 2007
Youth Rights Division, loose correspondence, 2007-2008
Move and telephone hotline, 2007
Parole, 2007
Youth Grievance System and use of force, 2007
Employee training, March 2008
Youth Rights Division, loose correspondence, 2007
SVORI (Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative Group), 2005
Abuse allegations, 2008
Basic skills development, February 2006
Youth Rights Division, loose correspondence and notes, 2002, 2007-2008
Notes, 2007-2008
Box
2014/044-40 SAS Institute,2007
Loose correspondence,2007-2008
Volunteer applications and board bios,1996
AutoGov,2008
Intake and classification process,2006-2007
Youth Rights Division, loose correspondence and memos,2007-2008
[wallet]
Box
2014/044-46 Complaints and grievances, 2002-2006
[wallet]
Contracts, 1999-2002, 2006
Al Price, 1999, 2001, 2005
Death report [Name of TYC youth redacted], 2004
[wallet; includes 3 CD-Roms and color photographs]
Box
2014/044-49 Coke County Juvenile Justice Center audit, 2007
Ombudsman Report, Coke County Juvenile Justice Center, 2007
Changes in Classifications of TYC Youth, 2007
TA (Technical Assistant) Report, 2007
UTMB, 2007
SOTP (Sex Offender Treatment Provider) status report, February 15, 2007
OCG Status Report, August 10, 2007
[wallet]
DOJ Evins, 2007
Findings: ERJC (Evins Regional Juvenile Center) letter, 2007
Internal Audit, 2007
AMI, 2007
(Representative) West, G.E., 2007
Box
2014/044-50 Blue Ribbon Panel, 2007
[2 folders]
Mail Outs: Achievement Report, 2007
RFPs, 2007
Pope, copy of legislative correspondence, 2007
Pope, correspondence, 2007
Intake closure notification, 2007
HB 1111, 2007
Correspondence, Davidson, 2007
Grievances - Giddings State School, 2007
Groups / Forms, 2007
Executive salary study, 2004
Medical, 2006-2007
Reform issues, 2007
Health and Safety Code, 2000-2001
Box
2014/044-53 Airline travel,2007
AMI incidents,2006-2007
Budget Status Reports,2007
Business Plan:
Appeals,2007
Complaints,2007
Hearings,2007
Legal,2007
Policy,2007
Special Investigations,2007
CCF-352 reports,2007
Criminal allegations,2005, 2007
OIG report,2007
Procedures for Reporting Alleged Criminal Offenses and Other Law Enforcement Emergencies,2006-2007
Emails - Interim Charges,2008
Box
2014/044-54 Senate Criminal Justice Committee, Interim Charges response, working papers,August 10, 2008
[wallet]
Loose correspondence,2007-2008
[2 wallets]
[Regarding AMI Reports.]
Loose correspondence,2007-2008
[Regarding Youth Rights Division and AMI Reports.]
Draft policies,2007-2008
Loose correspondence,2007-2008
[Regarding AMI Reports.]
Intake and classification,2007
Loose correspondence,2007-2008
[Regarding OIG Reports.]
Rider 25, Rehab Plan elements,2008
Reform update, conservator,2007
[wallet]
Loose correspondence,2007-2008
[wallet]
[Regarding Status Reports.]
Year end requests,FY 2007
Loose correspondence,2007
Box
2014/044-58 Corsicana Residential Treatment Center, facility conditions analysis,July 13, 2007
Parole, 2007
[wallet, folder]
Reform Institutions, 2007
CRTC Life Safety upgrades, 2007
Facility leases, 2007
Budget Status Reports for Executive Administration, 2007
Parrie Haynes / John Wende Trusts financial reports, 2007
Budget, 2007-2008
Grant Management, 2007
Texas Workforce Investment Council (TWIC), 2008
Rider 25 Quarterly Report, December 2007
Video surveillance, 2007
TEA survey by TYC facility, December 2007
Rider 25 Reports, December 2007
Iraan-Sheffield ISD, January 2008
Box
2014/044-59 Governor (TJPC) appointment letters in chronological orders, 1981-2011
[wallet]
TFIY (Texas Families for Incarcerated Youth) questions for the conservator, 2008
Tasks completed, 2008
Box
2014/044-60 Representative Farias, follow-up questions, 2008
Kathy Gersbach records, 2008
Education information, June 2008
Representative Joe Farias, June 18, 2008
Plans, 2007-2008
[wallet]
Cell phones, 2008
AMI report and letter, 2008
Incident reports, 2008
[wallet]
Kathy Gersbach records, 2008-2009
Cell phone usage, 2008
Conference calls, 2008
CO (Central Office) job posting requests, 2008
Contract, 2007-2008
Fiscal note information, 2006-2009
Letters, 2008
Box
2014/044-61 LSOTP (Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider), about 2007-2009
Miscellaneous, 2008
Mission: Possible II conference, 2007
Phone address listing, 2008
Box
2014/044-63 Education overview, 2008
Education summary, 2008
Rider 19, appropriations bill, October 2007
Release review panel, June 2007
SB 103, 2008
Agency Budget Structure Elements, 2008-2009
Loose executive correspondence, 2008-2009
Loose executive correspondence, 2007-2008
Box
2014/044-64 Loose executive correspondence, 2007-2008
Loose executive correspondence, 2007
CJCA (Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators meeting, 2009-2011
[wallet]
Box
2014/044-65 Council on Children and Families, October 2010 - August 2011
[wallet]
Council on Children and Families, SB 1646, FY2010-2011, 2010-2011
[2 folders]
DOL grant C.A.R.E. (Children's Aftercare Reentry Experience), September 2011
Juvenile MOU meeting, August 24, 2010
Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee meeting, May 2012
[wallet]
Prevention project proposals, February 2012
Management responses to audits, March 2010
Interstate Commission for Juveniles, March 2012
Fleet allocation, 2011
Budget, June 2010
ACA, Giddings, February 24, 2010
[wallet]
TYC measures, 2010