COMMITTEE:    Corrections
             Interim Charge #4 

Monday, November 16, 2020 

PLACE:       N/A 
CHAIR:       Rep. James White 


Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and difficulty in scheduling public

hearings at this time, the committee is conducting necessary oversight

functions through an information gathering process under Section 301.014,

Government Code.


This is a notice that the House Committee on Corrections is seeking written submissions and input from state agencies and the public on the interim charge listed below. Submissions received in response to this request will be transmitted to members of the committee and posted on the House committee website.


Submission Requirements:

·                Submissions must be in Microsoft Word format or Adobe PDF.

·                Submissions are requested to be limited to 5 pages in length.

·                Submissions must be submitted via email to the Committee Clerk, Roel Benavides, at

·                Include the following information in the submission email:

         submitter name, organization or entity (if applicable), mailing                 address, email, and telephone number.

·                The deadline for all submissions is Friday, December 4, 2020.


Interim Charge #4: Evaluate funding provided to the TDCJ for the repair, maintenance, and upgrade of prison facilities. Determine areas of the facilities that are in most need of repair, maintenance Interim, or upgrade and examine the costs associated with such repairs, maintenance, or upgrades. Examine the Correctional Managed Health Care Committee's administration of Hepatitis C treatment and procedures. Review the Community Justice Assistance Division's current compliance practices and examine current funding formulas for adult probation departments. Study the TDCJ's ownership of real property not being used for prison facilities, including the amount of property owned and its highest and best use.