Frame Denim

26 Jun 19
overdressed northwest

In recent news about things that I can’t begin to afford, Veilance (no longer Arc’teryx Veilance) released their Spring/Summer 2020 collection at Paris Fashion Week, which will drop in January of 2020. In the age of “hype” and limited run releases, it’s nice to see a company focus on growing excitement for a collection over […]

26 Jun 19
Bikers Checklist

My original site (Bikers-Checklist) has been closed due to circumstances and I’m now running a blog instead to keep my friends up-to-date on the club’s activities (Military Brotherhood). About Me I’ve been a Biker Since around 1970 when I rebuilt my first bike from a frame I found at the local rubbish dump. It was […]

26 Jun 19
Worldwide Luxury Denim Community

Scary Clown Costume Ideas for This Halloween night   Should you haven’t read, scary clowns are all the actual rage that fall. This has started terror around the country and even internationally seeing that people mano scary clown costumes the particular night and setting off to terrorize their community. With a fancy dress this scorching, […]

26 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
DIG out your old tracksuits! Believe it or not, they are back on the fashion map – Gucci sells one for £1,800 and celebs like Kelly Brook sport the sportswear too. When Rag’n’Bone Man got married last month, the happy couple and guests all wore trackies. Now we show how to make a tracksuit work for any occasion. Rag ’n’ Bone Man weds Beth Rouy in tracksuits Kelly Brook looks pretty in her pink trackies as she leaves Global radio Studios A broderie top for her and a smart jacket for him give the trackies a stylish spin HERS: Jacket was £65, now £58.50, Fila at JDWilliams – buy now Trousers were £48, now £24, Fila at JDWilliams – buy now White blouse, £15.99, New Look – buy now Sandals, £22.99, New Look – buy now TIP: Old-school brands are back. Give your Fila trackie a feminine spin by wearing with a broderie anglaise top. HIS:  Check jacket was £100, now £50, Prevustudio – buy now Trousers, £45, Prevustudio – buy now Denim jacket, £34.99, New Look – buy now Khaki jacket, £19.99, New Look – buy now Trainers, £44.99, Base London – buy now Bag, £50, River Island – buy now TIP: Layer a tailored tracksuit with smart jackets, for a stylish weekend look. This jacket for him and a colourful coat for her bring the look on trend HIS:  Khaki jumper was £80, now £35 – buy now Trousers were £80, now £40, both Prevustudio – buy now Jacket, £24.99, New Look – buy now Trainers, £55, Converse at Schuh – buy now TIP: Pair with an on-trend jacket in a complementary shade to be the best-dressed bloke in the pub. HERS:  Black hoodie was £50, now £15 – buy now Trousers were £50, now £25, both Arcminute at Asos – buy now Check jacket, £49.99, H&M – buy now Boots, £89, Office – buy now TIP: Opt for a minimal pattern or logo and, if temperatures drop, give it a lift with a colourful tailored  coat. Get the sports luxe-style with a few tweaks and you can even wear it on a night out HIS:  Jacket, £55, Fila – buy now Trousers, £45, Fila – buy now Shirt, £22, River Island – buy now Trainers, £69.99, Ask The Missus at Office – buy now TIP: Wear your old Fila set with a ribbed polo shirt for that sports luxe-style. HERS:  Leopard jacket, £99; trousers, were £99.99 now £69.97, nu-denmark – buy now Leather jacket was £149, now £49.99, Zara – buy now Boots were £40, now £19.99, Public Desire at Schuh – buy now TIP: Yes, you can even wear one on a night out. Leopardprint and heels is glam enough for the dance floor. Add a jacket for cool evenings. The famous Kappa logo is back so wear it bold and compliment her trackie with a summer trench coat HIS:  Red jacket, £65, Kappastore – buy now Trousers, £60, Kappastore – buy now Polo shirt, was £25.99 now £15.99, Zara Man – buy now Pink hoodie, £8, Primark – buy now Trainers, £70, Vans at Schuh – buy now TIP: That famous Kappa logo is back but keep the jacket unzipped and the hood down. Team a bright trackie with with neutral separates. HERS:  Pink trackuit set, was £30 now £22, Boohoo – buy now Trench coat, was £44.99 now £26, New Look – buy now Heels, £16, Peacocks – buy now TIP: Pick pastel colours and team with a trench coat for the inevitable summer rain showers. Smarten up your look with loads of layers in tonal colours and heels for her HERS:  Jumper, £89.95, trousers, £99.95, shirt was £89.95, now £54, all from Scotch-soda – buy now Heels, £19.99 New Look – buy now TIP: Smarten up the look by layering a shirt underneath so that the collar peeks through, and wear with pointed heels to lengthen legs. HIS:  Grey jacket, was £35 now £15, River Island – buy now Trousers, were £30 now £12, River Island – buy now White T-shirt, £16, River Island – buy now Pink shirt, £10, Primark – buy now Navy jacket, £59, M&S – buy now Trainers, £39.50, M&S – buy now TIP: For men, it’s all about layering. Add a smart shirt in a tonal colour for date night. [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] DO: Women can add heels and smart accessories to take trackies to the next level Women can add heels to lengthen the figure and avoid looser-fit trousers swamping your frame Layer with tailored jackets to give the look a smarter spin Wear shirts or tops with collars underneath to avoid looking too casual Guys, wear smart trainers – not tatty gym ones Add smart accessories DON’T: Here’s what not to do… because you don’t want to look like Ali G Wear old styles that have been washed too many times Wear with sporty T-shirts – you’ll look like you’re off to the gym Wear with flip flops or sliders – way too casual Guys, team your trackie with a baseball cap – that’s a fashion faux pas best left in the Nineties [bc_video video_id=”6028487921001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Kelly Brook teases fans with a behind the scenes look as she shoots her 2020 calendar “]
26 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
DIG out your old tracksuits! Believe it or not, they are back on the fashion map – Gucci sells one for £1,800 and celebs like Kelly Brook sport the sportswear too. When Rag’n’Bone Man got married last month, the happy couple and guests all wore trackies. Now we show how to make a tracksuit work for any occasion. Rag ’n’ Bone Man weds Beth Rouy in tracksuits Kelly Brook looks pretty in her pink trackies as she leaves Global radio Studios A broderie top for her and a smart jacket for him give the trackies a stylish spin HERS: Jacket was £65, now £58.50, Fila at JDWilliams – buy now Trousers were £48, now £24, Fila at JDWilliams – buy now White blouse, £15.99, New Look – buy now Sandals, £22.99, New Look – buy now TIP: Old-school brands are back. Give your Fila trackie a feminine spin by wearing with a broderie anglaise top. HIS:  Check jacket was £100, now £50, Prevustudio – buy now Trousers, £45, Prevustudio – buy now Denim jacket, £34.99, New Look – buy now Khaki jacket, £19.99, New Look – buy now Trainers, £44.99, Base London – buy now Bag, £50, River Island – buy now TIP: Layer a tailored tracksuit with smart jackets, for a stylish weekend look. This jacket for him and a colourful coat for her bring the look on trend HIS:  Khaki jumper was £80, now £35 – buy now Trousers were £80, now £40, both Prevustudio – buy now Jacket, £24.99, New Look – buy now Trainers, £55, Converse at Schuh – buy now TIP: Pair with an on-trend jacket in a complementary shade to be the best-dressed bloke in the pub. HERS:  Black hoodie was £50, now £15 – buy now Trousers were £50, now £25, both Arcminute at Asos – buy now Check jacket, £49.99, H&M – buy now Boots, £89, Office – buy now TIP: Opt for a minimal pattern or logo and, if temperatures drop, give it a lift with a colourful tailored  coat. Get the sports luxe-style with a few tweaks and you can even wear it on a night out HIS:  Jacket, £55, Fila – buy now Trousers, £45, Fila – buy now Shirt, £22, River Island – buy now Trainers, £69.99, Ask The Missus at Office – buy now TIP: Wear your old Fila set with a ribbed polo shirt for that sports luxe-style. HERS:  Leopard jacket, £99; trousers, were £99.99 now £69.97, nu-denmark – buy now Leather jacket was £149, now £49.99, Zara – buy now Boots were £40, now £19.99, Public Desire at Schuh – buy now TIP: Yes, you can even wear one on a night out. Leopardprint and heels is glam enough for the dance floor. Add a jacket for cool evenings. The famous Kappa logo is back so wear it bold and compliment her trackie with a summer trench coat HIS:  Red jacket, £65, Kappastore – buy now Trousers, £60, Kappastore – buy now Polo shirt, was £25.99 now £15.99, Zara Man – buy now Pink hoodie, £8, Primark – buy now Trainers, £70, Vans at Schuh – buy now TIP: That famous Kappa logo is back but keep the jacket unzipped and the hood down. Team a bright trackie with with neutral separates. HERS:  Pink trackuit set, was £30 now £22, Boohoo – buy now Trench coat, was £44.99 now £26, New Look – buy now Heels, £16, Peacocks – buy now TIP: Pick pastel colours and team with a trench coat for the inevitable summer rain showers. Smarten up your look with loads of layers in tonal colours and heels for her HERS:  Jumper, £89.95, trousers, £99.95, shirt was £89.95, now £54, all from Scotch-soda – buy now Heels, £19.99 New Look – buy now TIP: Smarten up the look by layering a shirt underneath so that the collar peeks through, and wear with pointed heels to lengthen legs. HIS:  Grey jacket, was £35 now £15, River Island – buy now Trousers, were £30 now £12, River Island – buy now White T-shirt, £16, River Island – buy now Pink shirt, £10, Primark – buy now Navy jacket, £59, M&S – buy now Trainers, £39.50, M&S – buy now TIP: For men, it’s all about layering. Add a smart shirt in a tonal colour for date night. [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] DO: Women can add heels and smart accessories to take trackies to the next level Women can add heels to lengthen the figure and avoid looser-fit trousers swamping your frame Layer with tailored jackets to give the look a smarter spin Wear shirts or tops with collars underneath to avoid looking too casual Guys, wear smart trainers – not tatty gym ones Add smart accessories DON’T: Here’s what not to do… because you don’t want to look like Ali G Wear old styles that have been washed too many times Wear with sporty T-shirts – you’ll look like you’re off to the gym Wear with flip flops or sliders – way too casual Guys, team your trackie with a baseball cap – that’s a fashion faux pas best left in the Nineties [bc_video video_id=”6028487921001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Kelly Brook teases fans with a behind the scenes look as she shoots her 2020 calendar “]
26 Jun 19
The Sun
DIG out your old tracksuits! Believe it or not, they are back on the fashion map – Gucci sells one for £1,800 and celebs like Kelly Brook sport the sportswear too. When Rag’n’Bone Man got married last month, the happy couple and guests all wore trackies. Now we show how to make a tracksuit work for any occasion. Rag ’n’ Bone Man weds Beth Rouy in tracksuits Kelly Brook looks pretty in her pink trackies as she leaves Global radio Studios A broderie top for her and a smart jacket for him give the trackies a stylish spin HERS: Jacket was £65, now £58.50, Fila at JDWilliams – buy now Trousers were £48, now £24, Fila at JDWilliams – buy now White blouse, £15.99, New Look – buy now Sandals, £22.99, New Look – buy now TIP: Old-school brands are back. Give your Fila trackie a feminine spin by wearing with a broderie anglaise top. HIS:  Check jacket was £100, now £50, Prevustudio – buy now Trousers, £45, Prevustudio – buy now Denim jacket, £34.99, New Look – buy now Khaki jacket, £19.99, New Look – buy now Trainers, £44.99, Base London – buy now Bag, £50, River Island – buy now TIP: Layer a tailored tracksuit with smart jackets, for a stylish weekend look. This jacket for him and a colourful coat for her bring the look on trend HIS:  Khaki jumper was £80, now £35 – buy now Trousers were £80, now £40, both Prevustudio – buy now Jacket, £24.99, New Look – buy now Trainers, £55, Converse at Schuh – buy now TIP: Pair with an on-trend jacket in a complementary shade to be the best-dressed bloke in the pub. HERS:  Black hoodie was £50, now £15 – buy now Trousers were £50, now £25, both Arcminute at Asos – buy now Check jacket, £49.99, H&M – buy now Boots, £89, Office – buy now TIP: Opt for a minimal pattern or logo and, if temperatures drop, give it a lift with a colourful tailored  coat. Get the sports luxe-style with a few tweaks and you can even wear it on a night out HIS:  Jacket, £55, Fila – buy now Trousers, £45, Fila – buy now Shirt, £22, River Island – buy now Trainers, £69.99, Ask The Missus at Office – buy now TIP: Wear your old Fila set with a ribbed polo shirt for that sports luxe-style. HERS:  Leopard jacket, £99; trousers, were £99.99 now £69.97, nu-denmark – buy now Leather jacket was £149, now £49.99, Zara – buy now Boots were £40, now £19.99, Public Desire at Schuh – buy now TIP: Yes, you can even wear one on a night out. Leopardprint and heels is glam enough for the dance floor. Add a jacket for cool evenings. The famous Kappa logo is back so wear it bold and compliment her trackie with a summer trench coat HIS:  Red jacket, £65, Kappastore – buy now Trousers, £60, Kappastore – buy now Polo shirt, was £25.99 now £15.99, Zara Man – buy now Pink hoodie, £8, Primark – buy now Trainers, £70, Vans at Schuh – buy now TIP: That famous Kappa logo is back but keep the jacket unzipped and the hood down. Team a bright trackie with with neutral separates. HERS:  Pink trackuit set, was £30 now £22, Boohoo – buy now Trench coat, was £44.99 now £26, New Look – buy now Heels, £16, Peacocks – buy now TIP: Pick pastel colours and team with a trench coat for the inevitable summer rain showers. Smarten up your look with loads of layers in tonal colours and heels for her HERS:  Jumper, £89.95, trousers, £99.95, shirt was £89.95, now £54, all from Scotch-soda – buy now Heels, £19.99 New Look – buy now TIP: Smarten up the look by layering a shirt underneath so that the collar peeks through, and wear with pointed heels to lengthen legs. HIS:  Grey jacket, was £35 now £15, River Island – buy now Trousers, were £30 now £12, River Island – buy now White T-shirt, £16, River Island – buy now Pink shirt, £10, Primark – buy now Navy jacket, £59, M&S – buy now Trainers, £39.50, M&S – buy now TIP: For men, it’s all about layering. Add a smart shirt in a tonal colour for date night. [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] DO: Women can add heels and smart accessories to take trackies to the next level Women can add heels to lengthen the figure and avoid looser-fit trousers swamping your frame Layer with tailored jackets to give the look a smarter spin Wear shirts or tops with collars underneath to avoid looking too casual Guys, wear smart trainers – not tatty gym ones Add smart accessories DON’T: Here’s what not to do… because you don’t want to look like Ali G Wear old styles that have been washed too many times Wear with sporty T-shirts – you’ll look like you’re off to the gym Wear with flip flops or sliders – way too casual Guys, team your trackie with a baseball cap – that’s a fashion faux pas best left in the Nineties [bc_video video_id=”6028487921001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Kelly Brook teases fans with a behind the scenes look as she shoots her 2020 calendar “]
25 Jun 19
Scuffletown

In December of 2016, fashion was relatively new to me. My daily wear consisted mostly of black jeans, Vans, and thrifted sweatshirts. Eventually, I did decide that a trucker jacket would be pretty cool. As far as I was concerned (or really knew), Levi’s was the only denim brand, so that’s what I looked for. […]

25 Jun 19
Book, Tattoos & Tea

 Shatterproof Bond series by Isobel Starling As You Wish (#1) Illuminate the Shadows (# 2) Return to Zero (#3) Counterblow (#4) Powder Burns (#5) *COMING SOON!* Genre: M/M Romance Thriller Order here: As You Wish Illuminate the Shadows Return to Zero Counterblo Synopsis for Shatterproof Bond: As You Wish: WINNER OF THE 2018 AUDIOBOOK REVIEWER AWARD […]

25 Jun 19
Daily Republic

Jun. 24–DUBLIN — An Alameda County civil grand jury investigation that began after news of a woman who gave birth alone in a jail cell screaming for hours, and an inmate who died shortly after being released, concluded that there were “no significant issues” with the Santa Rita Jail. The grand jury’s report, released Monday, […]

24 Jun 19
The Mercury News
DUBLIN — An Alameda County civil grand jury investigation that began after news of a woman who gave birth alone in a jail cell screaming for hours, and an inmate who died shortly after being released, concluded that there were “no significant issues” with the Santa Rita Jail. The grand jury’s report, released Monday, investigated the interworkings of the county’s Santa Rita Jail located in Dublin, including inmate intake, release and grievances filed. The jury concluded that no major issues were identified, and overall found the established procedures were thorough “with an emphasis on the safety of inmates and staff.” The grand jury began its investigation into the jail after “troubling incidents” reported in 2018. As reported by this news organization, an inmate gave birth alone inside an isolated cell in July 2017 at Santa Rita, screaming for hours for help and with nothing to wrap her baby in but her own jail jumpsuit. The woman, Candace Steel, filed a federal lawsuit against the county last year, which is pending. The report noted that if women inmates say they are pregnant during booking into the jail, they are given priority during the intake process, without having to take a pregnancy test. The intake process can take between six to eight hours, depending on the inmate’s condition, cooperation and health needs, the report said. According to the report, pregnant inmates are given prenatal vitamins and given about 600 more calories per day in their diet. They are also offered a denim jacket and allowed to sleep in a lower bunk. Women can also wear an orange armband to clearly indicate they are pregnant. Deputies are trained to alert medical staff when an inmate complains about pregnancy-related complications, including cramping, the grand jury report says. “Deputies are required to defer to medical providers regarding pregnant inmates and are never supposed to downgrade medical decisions,” according to the grand jury report. But the report begs the question: Why didn’t that happen during Steele’s pregnancy or hours of childbirth? The report noted that jail staff were “unable to comment on the circumstances of the inmate who gave birth in an isolation cell in 2017 due to pending litigation.” No further explanation or comment is given in the report. At the time the lawsuit was filed in 2018, Steel’s attorney, Yolanda Huang said: “What kind of inhumanity runs that jail?” Huang, who said Monday she had not yet seen the report, said it should have focused on issues such as in-custody deaths and the prosecution of sheriff’s deputies. Also last year, former inmate Jessica St. Louis, 26, died just hours after being released from Santa Rita July 28, 2018, around 1:30 a.m. She was on her way to the BART station, which is two miles away from the jail, and was found dead in the station parking lot of a suspected drug overdose. While the grand jury reported noted the death, it did not elaborate or make any recommendations regarding the incident. Grand jury forewoman Melanie Sweeney-Griffith and grand jury law and justice committee chairman Raymond Souza did not respond to requests for further explanation on the report. The grand jury report found that in general, there is “no predetermined time frame for those being released.” Those who have completed their sentence in jail are released after 8 a.m. the day of their release. The report noted that inmates who are released too late to make transit connections, such as BART, are allowed to stay in the lobby overnight if they do not have a ride. St. Louis’ death sparked outrage among advocacy groups and State Sen. Nancy Skinner, who introduced legislation calling for changes to inmate release times. Skinner also called for a comprehensive audit of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office earlier this year, joining in with other advocates, in light of the recent controversies. Santa Rita Jail is soon to be the only jail in the county, after the sheriff’s office announced it was closing its other jail this summer, Glenn E. Dyer detention facility in Oakland to save money. Santa Rita Jail is one of the largest jails in the nation, with the capacity to hold 3,489 inmates, booking about 60 to 100 per day. On the day it was inspected in 2018 by the grand jury, it held 2,115 inmates. The breakdown in 2018 was mostly male inmates, 89 percent, while 11 percent were female. The jail’s 2019 budget was around $129 million, with 502 staff members; 63 percent (more than 300 people) are sworn officers. The sheriff’s office as a whole has a budget of $443 million per year. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”5666803,5656107,6034709,6103409″] The report found that in the jail’s intake, transfer and release department, a total of 34 percent of its sworn officers positions are filled with mandatory overtime. “This reflects Santa Rita’s reliance throughout the jail on overtime to cover absences due to leaves, staff on loan and vacant positions,” the report says. Santa Rita books about 60 to 100 people per day, 35 percent of whom are taken in as inmates while the remainder are cited and released.
24 Jun 19
East Bay Times
DUBLIN — An Alameda County civil grand jury investigation that began after news of a woman who gave birth alone in a jail cell screaming for hours, and an inmate who died shortly after being released, concluded that there were “no significant issues” with the Santa Rita Jail. The grand jury’s report, released Monday, investigated the interworkings of the county’s Santa Rita Jail located in Dublin, including inmate intake, release and grievances filed. The jury concluded that no major issues were identified, and overall found the established procedures were thorough “with an emphasis on the safety of inmates and staff.” The grand jury began its investigation into the jail after “troubling incidents” reported in 2018. As reported by this news organization, an inmate gave birth alone inside an isolated cell in July 2017 at Santa Rita, screaming for hours for help and with nothing to wrap her baby in but her own jail jumpsuit. The woman, Candace Steel, filed a federal lawsuit against the county last year, which is pending. The report noted that if women inmates say they are pregnant during booking into the jail, they are given priority during the intake process, without having to take a pregnancy test. The intake process can take between six to eight hours, depending on the inmate’s condition, cooperation and health needs, the report said. According to the report, pregnant inmates are given prenatal vitamins and given about 600 more calories per day in their diet. They are also offered a denim jacket and allowed to sleep in a lower bunk. Women can also wear an orange armband to clearly indicate they are pregnant. Deputies are trained to alert medical staff when an inmate complains about pregnancy-related complications, including cramping, the grand jury report says. “Deputies are required to defer to medical providers regarding pregnant inmates and are never supposed to downgrade medical decisions,” according to the grand jury report. But the report begs the question: Why didn’t that happen during Steele’s pregnancy or hours of childbirth? The report noted that jail staff were “unable to comment on the circumstances of the inmate who gave birth in an isolation cell in 2017 due to pending litigation.” No further explanation or comment is given in the report. At the time the lawsuit was filed in 2018, Steel’s attorney, Yolanda Huang said: “What kind of inhumanity runs that jail?” Huang, who said Monday she had not yet seen the report, said it should have focused on issues such as in-custody deaths and the prosecution of sheriff’s deputies. Also last year, former inmate Jessica St. Louis, 26, died just hours after being released from Santa Rita July 28, 2018, around 1:30 a.m. She was on her way to the BART station, which is two miles away from the jail, and was found dead in the station parking lot of a suspected drug overdose. While the grand jury reported noted the death, it did not elaborate or make any recommendations regarding the incident. Grand jury forewoman Melanie Sweeney-Griffith and grand jury law and justice committee chairman Raymond Souza did not respond to requests for further explanation on the report. The grand jury report found that in general, there is “no predetermined time frame for those being released.” Those who have completed their sentence in jail are released after 8 a.m. the day of their release. The report noted that inmates who are released too late to make transit connections, such as BART, are allowed to stay in the lobby overnight if they do not have a ride. St. Louis’ death sparked outrage among advocacy groups and State Sen. Nancy Skinner, who introduced legislation calling for changes to inmate release times. Skinner also called for a comprehensive audit of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office earlier this year, joining in with other advocates, in light of the recent controversies. Santa Rita Jail is soon to be the only jail in the county, after the sheriff’s office announced it was closing its other jail this summer, Glenn E. Dyer detention facility in Oakland to save money. Santa Rita Jail is one of the largest jails in the nation, with the capacity to hold 3,489 inmates, booking about 60 to 100 per day. On the day it was inspected in 2018 by the grand jury, it held 2,115 inmates. The breakdown in 2018 was mostly male inmates, 89 percent, while 11 percent were female. The jail’s 2019 budget was around $129 million, with 502 staff members; 63 percent (more than 300 people) are sworn officers. The sheriff’s office as a whole has a budget of $443 million per year. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”5666803,5656107,6034709,6103409″] The report found that in the jail’s intake, transfer and release department, a total of 34 percent of its sworn officers positions are filled with mandatory overtime. “This reflects Santa Rita’s reliance throughout the jail on overtime to cover absences due to leaves, staff on loan and vacant positions,” the report says. Santa Rita books about 60 to 100 people per day, 35 percent of whom are taken in as inmates while the remainder are cited and released.
24 Jun 19
wickedcoolflight

  Today we are sharing an excerpt from TILL THERE WAS YOU, a contemporary romance title that is part of the bestselling Green Mountain/Butler, Vermont series by Marie Force. Check out the pre-order links, and chapter 1, below. This title will be released on June 18th!   Till There Was You by Marie Force Book […]