Thursday, October 26, 2017

The Mesa County Commissioners went to jail, but only for a visit

Commissioners completed an annual inspection of the Mesa County Jail Monday (Oct. 23), touring the facility with Capt. Art Smith and other county officials.

The tour included the pods in the jail, the security used to transport inmates to court and the booking area.

Here are some pictures from the tour:
Mesa County Sheriff's Office

Mesa County Commissioners arrive at the Mesa County Sheriff's Office for a visit of the jail.

Commissioners and Capt. Art Smith chat before the tour gets underway.

Commissioners sign in before they enter the Mesa County Jail.

The Mesa County Commissioners are escorted by Capt. Art Smith into jail.

Mesa County Commissioner Rose Pugliese, center, and Commissioner Scott McInnis learn about inmate visitation.

Capt. Art Smith delivers jail cafeteria food for the Mesa County executive officials to sample. 

Mesa County Attorney Patrick Coleman samples the lunch being served to inmates.

Mesa County Commissioners Scott McInnis and Rose Pugliese sample the lunch at the jail to make sure it is healthy and nutritious.

Commissioners and County Attorney discuss the quality of the meal.

The jail spends approximately $1.30 per meal. Prices are expected to go up a few cents for the upcoming year.

Mesa County Commissioner Justman states the meal was well-balanced.

Mesa County Commissioners tour the Mesa County Jail.

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