To strengthen its oversight of its employees' use of vehicles, by September 2015 Corrections should require regular review of the travel logs for pooled vehicles.
On 09/08/2015, CDCR's Office of Business Services distributed a memorandum that requires regular review of travel logs for pooled vehicles.
On 9/30/15, the Division of Adult Parole Operations (DAPO) issued Policy No.: 15-17, Authorized Use of a State Vehicles. Policy No.: 15-17 includes but is not limited to the following: accurate and timely completion of required travel logs, home storage permits, personal use of a State vehicle, State vehicle maintenance, etc. DAPO has developed and implemented a new on-line training course titled, State Vehicle Training, which required completion by all division staff by September 15, 2015.
On 7/28/15, DAPO issued Directive No.: 15-07, titled, Implementation of State Vehicle Training announcing the implementation of the mandatory training course and requiring all staff to complete the course by September 15, 2015. The Lesson Plan and quiz are included in CDCR's proof of Practice and will also consist of a computer printout of the staff training completion data report following the conclusion of the mandatory training period.
CDCR's Office of Business Services will issue a memorandum that requires regular review of travel logs for pooled vehicles; and the Division of Adult Parole Operations (DAPO) will revise and reissue its policy and procedures regarding the authorized use and operation of assigned State vehicles which will include detailed instructions for the regular review of the travel logs for pooled vehicles. This revices policy is currently in the draft phase. Once approved, DAPO will provide a copy of this policy.
†Response Type refers to the interval in which the auditee is providing the State Auditor with their status in implementing recommendations made in an audit report. Auditees must submit a response regarding their progress in implementing recommendations from our reports at three intervals from the release of the report: 60 days, six months, and one year or subsequent to one year.
*Agency responses received after June 2013 are posted verbatim.