Federal Contractor Misconduct Database (FCMD)

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Santa Fe Jail Suicide

Suzan Garcia filed a lawsuit on behalf of her son, Tyson Johnson, who hung himself in the Santa Fe County jail in January 2002 while awaiting trial on charges of stalking and aggravated assault. Johnson’s claustrophobia gave him anxiety attacks and he asked to see a psychiatrist, but the jail, run by MTC, did not provide him adequate mental health care. The lawsuit settled in June 2004 for an undisclosed amount. In May 2002, the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice began investigating conditions at the Santa Fe County Jail. The resulting report, released in March 2003, cited numerous deficiencies in the facility and concluded that Johnson’s death was the result of inadequate mental health intervention at the facility.

Misconduct Type
Human Rights
Enforcement Agency
Contracting Party
Court Type
Date of DOJ Report
Contractors Involved Penalty
Management & Training Corp. Undisclosed
Further Information Released
DOJ Report (pp. 18-20) 6/22/2007

Federal Contractor Misconduct Database