Thursday, February 19, 2015
From Ukiah Daily Journal:
A new tool for parents with child custody arrangements was unveiled by the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Monday.
According to the MCSO, the Child Custody Exchange Location Project, located at 951 Low Gap Road, came about through a partnership between Sheriff Tom Allman and Superior Court Judge David A. Riemenschneider.
The project creates a “safe zone” of parking spaces near the parking lot for the jail that are “well-lit and video-recorded 24/7 with multiple cameras for the purpose of documenting all activity.” It is designed to allow families with court-ordered child custody and visitation agreements to document their exchanges without the direct assistance of law enforcement officers.
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