Goliad County Jail passes inspection
May 14, 2014 | 234 views | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
GOLIAD – Jail standards inspector Phillip Bosquez made his inspection of the Goliad County Jail on April 22, arriving early morning and finishing about four hours later.

Judge David Bowman, as the Goliad County Commissioners Court representative, signed off on the inspection.

Everything in the jail was examined, including inmate records, the kitchen, the generator, smoke and fire equipment, evacuation plans and the amount of hot water available.

This was the culmination of several inspections. In order to pass the jail standards inspection, the kitchen had to pass the health inspection and the whole jail had to pass a fire marshall inspection.

Sheriff Kirby Brumby thanked jail administrator Gary Diaz, corporals Angie Perez and Sunni Bean, and the jailers for keeping the jail ready for inspection.

The Goliad County Jail was built in 1974 and has a maximum capacity of 48 inmates.

The total average daily population for the last year has been 30.8 inmates.
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