Jail staff are given the exact date of the inspector’s arrival. That’s a practice that doesn’t sit well with an ACLU Wisconsin legal director Larry Dupuis, who told the newspaper many county jails are mismanaged. He said the pre-scheduled inspections allow jails to conceal things that “might otherwise raise concerns” in order to get a clean bill of health from the state. Although the announced inspections are a concern to the ACLU, state lawmakers who chair legislative committees with DOC oversight have nothing to say on the topic.