Jail Sample Clauses

Jail. CMHSPs are responsible to provide mental health services to their local county correctional facilities (jails) on the same basis as they provide services to other persons located in their geographical jurisdiction. CMHSPs shall work with Jail personnel to ensure that all reimbursements for health services are pursued, including the county’s (not the CMHSP’s) responsibility to pay for the costs of health care. If a jailed individual requires State provided inpatient care, the COFR shall be the COFR prior to the individual entering jail. When an individual is released from jail and establishes an independent residence in the county of the jail, the COFR shall be the county in which the residence is located. If the person is released into a dependent setting, the COFR shall be assigned according to the General Rule (A. above).
AutoNDA by SimpleDocs
Jail. The Court’s decision to sentence a defendant to jail shall NOT solely be based on any finding that the defendant is unable to pay a fine, state assessment, court costs, fee, or restitution. After setting the
Jail. The Municipal Judge shall assign the CITY OF LA CENTER’s inmates to any jail as per Exhibit “A” and the CITY OF LA CENTER shall pay said jail fees as outlined in Section 11.
Jail. “Jail” shall mean the Xxxxx County Jail in New Albany, Indiana.
Jail. A special assignment pay shall be provided to employees assigned to the Ocean County Jail. Employees assigned to this facility shall receive the amount of $1,250.00 per annum on a pro-rated basis.

Related to Jail

  • Criminal Convictions Grantee certifies that neither it nor any officer, director, partner or other managerial agent of Grantee has been convicted of a felony under the Xxxxxxxx-Xxxxx Act of 2002, nor a Class 3 or Class 2 felony under Illinois Securities Law of 1953, or that at least five (5) years have passed since the date of the conviction. Grantee further certifies that it is not barred from receiving an Award under 30 ILCS 500/50-10.5, and acknowledges that Grantor shall declare the Agreement void if this certification is false (30 ILCS 500/50-10.5).

  • Offences 46.1. The Contractor must not commit or attempt to commit any offence:

  • Nepotism No employee shall be awarded a position where he/she is to be directly supervised by a member of his/her immediate family. “

  • No Felony Criminal Convictions Contractor represents that neither Contractor nor any of its employees, agents, or representatives, including any subcontractors and employees, agents, or representative of such subcontractors, have been convicted of a felony criminal offense or that if such a conviction has occurred Contractor has fully advised System Agency in writing of the facts and circumstances surrounding the convictions.

  • Violence (a) The parties agree that violence shall be defined as any incident in which an employee is abused, threatened or assaulted while performing his or her work. The parties agree it includes the application of force, threats with or without weapons and severe verbal abuse. The parties agree that such incidents will not be condoned. Any employee who believes he/she has been subjected to such incident shall report this to a supervisor who will make every reasonable effort to rectify the situation. For purposes of sub- article (a) only, employees as referred to herein shall mean all employees of the Employer.

  • Notice of Criminal Activity and Disciplinary Actions a. Xxxxxxx shall immediately report in writing to their contract manager when Xxxxxxx has knowledge or any reason to believe that they or any person with ownership or controlling interest in the organization/business, or their agent, employee, contractor or volunteer that is providing services under this Contract has:

  • Plagiarism The appropriation of another person's ideas, processes, results, or words without giving appropriate credit.

  • Traffic The provisions in this Section apply regardless how the ISP-bound traffic is determined.

  • Dishonesty 6. Drinking alcoholic beverages on the job, or reporting to work while under the influence of intoxicating substances.

  • CRIMINAL ACTIVITY If subsequent to the effectiveness of this Agreement, NYSERDA comes to know of any allegation previously unknown to it that the Contractor or any of its principals is under indictment for a felony, or has been, within five (5) years prior to submission of the Contractor’s proposal to NYSERDA, convicted of a felony, under the laws of the United States or Territory of the United States, then NYSERDA may exercise its stop work right under this Agreement. If subsequent to the effectiveness of this Agreement, NYSERDA comes to know of the fact, previously unknown to it, that Contractor or any of its principals is under such indictment or has been so convicted, then NYSERDA may exercise its right to terminate this Agreement. If the Contractor knowingly withheld information about such an indictment or conviction, NYSERDA may declare the Agreement null and void and may seek legal remedies against the Contractor and its principals. The Contractor or its principals may also be subject to penalties for any violation of law which may apply in the particular circumstances. For a Contractor which is an association, partnership, corporation, or other organization, the provisions of this paragraph apply to any such indictment or conviction of the organization itself or any of its officers, partners, or directors or members of any similar governing body, as applicable.

Time is Money Join Law Insider Premium to draft better contracts faster.