CORP Meeting Agenda

CORRECTIONS OFFICER RETIREMENT PLAN LOCAL BOARD

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS


 

April 5, 2018
AGENDA

The Meeting of the Local CORP Board for the Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC) will be held in the 3rd Floor room 3419 of the ADC office at, 1601 W. Jefferson, Phoenix, Arizona, 85007, commencing at 10:00 a.m. on April 5, 2018. The Board may vote to hold an executive session, which will not be open to the public, to discuss certain matters. The Board reserves the right to consider agenda items out of their listed order.

I.

CALL TO ORDER
ROLL CALL

OPENING REMARKS

II.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES –

  1. Approval of Public and Executive Session Minutes from the March 1, 2018 meeting.

III.

NORMAL RETIREMENTS –

The following applications have been filed and are presented for Local Board consideration:
The Board has received all retirement documentation from all applicants.

  1. Retirements
    1. Mark Ball
    2. Travis Coleman
    3. Chad Deverna
    4. Robert Dodge
    5. Ross Gillis
    6. Andrew Hale
    7. Paul Martell
    8. Judith O’Brien
    9. Daniel Pitzlin
    10. Leonard Rose, Jr
    11. Terry Salaiz
    12. Michelet Smith
    13. Martin Velazquez
    14. Michael Walker
    15. Mark York

  2. Deferred Annuity
    None

  3. Rescind Retirement
    None

IV.

SURVIVOR BENEFITS – The Board may discuss/vote on items. At any time, the Board may enter into Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S 38-431.03 (A) (2) and obtain legal advice pursuant to A.R.S 38-431.03 (A) (3) to discuss details of a serious or confidential nature. The following applications have been filed and are presented for Local Board consideration:

  1. Juan G Amaya (Zulema – guardian for dependent children Juan G and David A)
  2. John T Powers (Gladys)

V.

DEATH BENEFITS – The Board may discuss/vote on items. At any time, the Board may enter into Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S 38-431.03 (A) (2) and obtain legal advice pursuant to A.R.S 38-431.03 (A) (3) to discuss details of a serious or confidential nature. The following applications have been filed and are presented for Local Board consideration:

  1. None

VI.

REQUEST TO REMAIN IN ASRS/CORP – The Board may discuss/vote on items. At any time, the Board may enter into Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S 38-431.03 (A) (2) and obtain legal advice pursuant to A.R.S 38-431.03 (A) (3) to discuss details of a serious or confidential nature. The following applications have been filed and are presented for Local Board consideration:

 

  1. Denise Baker - Request to Remain in ASRS - Ms. Baker has 23.689 years of credited service in ASRS and would like to be hired as an Investigator 3. She is requesting to remain in ASRS.
  2. Tanisha Ray - Request to Remain in ASRS - Ms. Ray has 6.777 years of credited service in ASRS. She was hired as a Corrections Education Program Teacher on February 26, 2018. She is requesting to remain in ASRS.
  3. Fatima Romero - Request to Remain in ASRS - Ms. Romero has 13.33 years of credited service in ASRS. She was hired as a Corrections Education Program Teacher on March 26, 2018. She is requesting to remain in ASRS.

  4. Felipe Mascarenas - Request to Remain in ASRS - Mr. Mascarenas has 5.414 years of credited service in ASRS. He was hired as an Equipment Shop Supervisor on February 24, 2018. He is requesting to remain in ASRS.

VII.

DISABILITY RETIREMENTS – The Board may discuss/vote on Items. At any time, the Board may enter into Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S 38-431.03 (A) (2) and obtain legal advice pursuant to A.R.S 38-431.03 (A) (3) to discuss details of a serious or confidential nature and to A.R.S 38-431.03 (A) (2) - discussion of records exempt by law from public inspection (e.g. medical records). The Executive Session may be required to discuss medical histories.

  1. Armando Salazar – Accidental Disability – Update – Second IME is scheduled for April 13, 2018 at 9:00am with Dr. Joel Parker in Tucson. Dr. Parker is a psychiatrist who has performed IMEs for the Board previously and was approached by Medical Consultants Network (MCN) to conduct the IME.  MCN didn’t have anyone in the Tucson area to perform the IME. Although Dr. Parker’s office is in Phoenix, he is willing to conduct the IME in Tucson.
  2. Armando Salazar – Accidental Disability – Received a letter from Brian Clymer, Armando Salazar’s lawyer. He has requested a copy of the IME reports from both of the IME physicians.

VIII.

GENERAL DISCUSSION – The Board may discuss/vote on items. At any time, the Board may enter into Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S 38-431.03 (A) (2) and obtain legal advice pursuant to A.R.S 38-431.03 (A) (3) to discuss details of a serious or confidential nature.

  1. Return to work:

    1. Henry Heine – Retired on January 11, 2018 from a CORP position. Mr. Heine was rehired as an Industrial Program Specialist, which is an ASRS designated position on February 29, 2016.
    2. Meegan Muse – Retired on February 28, 2018 from a CORP position. Ms. Muse was rehired as a Training Officer 2, which is an ASRS designated position on March 12, 2018.
    3. Chad Deverna – Retired on March 16, 2018 from a CORP position. Mr. Deverna was rehired as a Program Projects Specialist 2, which as an ASRS designated position on March 26, 2018.
    4. Martin Velazquez – Retired on March 16, 2018 from a CORP position. Mr. Velazquez was rehired as an Industrial Program Specialist, which is an ASRS designated position on March 26, 2018.
    5. Isaias Delfin – Retired on February 3, 2017 from a CORP position. Mr. Delfin was rehired as a Correctional Education Program Teacher, which is a CORP designated position on March 26, 2018.

  2. IMEs for those approved for disability retirements.
  3. ADC Roll-Out is scheduled from October 3-5, 2018. Will there be a quorum at the meeting if it’s held on October 4, 2018 as planned?

     

IX.

CALL TO PUBLIC – This is the time for the public to comment. Members of the Local CORP Board may not discuss items that are not on the agenda, except to address criticism from the public. Therefore, pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-431.01(H), the Local CORP Board’s reaction to any public comment is limited to addressing comments or recommending that the Local CORP Board or Staff responds or study such comment or schedule the subject matter for further consideration at a later date after appropriate notice.