July 2020 Minutes
KACSO EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING
July 16, 2020 @ 10:00am
Via Zoom Meeting
CALL TO ORDER:
· Chris Esquibel, 29th (President), Kelly Johnson, 4th (Treasurer), Stephanie Springer, 27th (Membership and Nominations), Kelsey Cox, 27th (Public Relations), Charleen Pegg, 18th (Training), Brad Schuh, 3rd (Legislative), Brian Swenson 28th (Parliamentarian), Ryan Duckers, 29th (Secretary)
· OJA – Spence Koehn
· Kearney & Associates – Colin Thomasset
· Reading/Review of the Minutes:
Chris Esquibel (29th), called the meeting to order.
Reading and Review of the June 18, 2020 minutes
Brian Swenson (28th) moved to approve the June minutes as submitted. Brad Schuh (3rd) seconded the motion. All in favor and motion approved.
· Treasurer’s Report:
The June 2020 Treasurer’s report was submitted for review with an ending balance of $65,111.74. Stephanie Springer (27th) moved to approve all reports as submitted. Kelsey Cox (27th) seconded the motion. All in favor and motion approved.
§ Looking to have a Training Committee meeting via zoom in August.
§ On-line training options were sent out to the association.
§ Communicating with the people that conduct Implicit Bias training to find out about costs and ability to provide on-line training.
· Site Selection
o Fall 2020 – October 21 -23 – Prairie Band Casino - Mayetta, KS – Cancelled
o Spring 2021 – May 19-21 – Hilton Garden Inn - Manhattan, KS - Contract
o Fall 2021 – October 13-15 - Drury Inn – Wichita, KS – Contract
o Spring 2022 – April 6-8 – Hilton Garden Inn – Manhattan, KS – Contract
o Fall 2022 – October 19-21 Drury Inn – Wichita, KS – Contract
o Spring 2023 – April 19-21 Prairie Band – Mayetta, KS – Waiting on contract
Primary elections are next month and it appears that there will be some good leadership coming into the Legislature and will also have a new Senate President.
Federal money is coming into the state for assistance with the pandemic and the Governor came out with some allotments a couple of weeks ago.
The Governor and the Chief Justice have been working well together so this could help the courts out in the next legislative session when it comes to budgets and other issues.
The question was raised about the possibility of furloughs and if there has been any further indication of if or when it will happen. Colin advised that there has obviously been a delay in tax filings but that by the end of July there should be a better idea on the status of finances and budgets. Cash flow will not being coming into the state like normal and a lot of taxes have been deferred to April of 2020. There is a possibility for furloughs but it will greatly depend on what happens the remainder of the year.
Nothing to report.
Membership and Nomination
CSO of the year awards were mailed out to the respective winners and currently working on getting pictures of the winners to be posted on the KACSO website and Facebook page.
· Spence advised he is currently on a workgroup with the Sentencing Commission on the use of the WRNA and LSCMI which we are slated to begin using 7/1/2021.
· A current focus right now is on pre-trial and pre-sentence processes.
· There is a 2 day retreat scheduled for September to discuss possible recommendations for improvement on these processes.
· There is still no real timeline for the implementation of Tyler Supervision. OJA IT and Tyler are currently working together on configurations.
· There are currently some scoring issues for the YLS on Cyzap that have not yet been fixed, but are being worked on.
· KACSO Raffle :
Agreed to postpone raffle talks again until next month, but Chris advised that he may have someone willing to donate an additional prize for the raffle.
· Nothing new to report
· $64.32 – Chris Esquibel (Breakfast with Lobbyist)
· $85.10 – Chris Esquibel (mailing and postage for CSO awards)
· Stephanie Springer (27th) moved to pay bills as submitted. Kelsey Cox (27th) seconded the motion. All in favor and motion approved.
· Nothing new to report.
· Will be on August 20, 2020 at 10:00am via Zoom.
· Charleen Pegg (18th) moved to adjourn the meeting. Brian Swenson (28th) seconded the motion. All in favor and motion approved.