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About the Partnership

It is our common mission to protect community safety. Our ability to make progress toward this goal requires collaboration and partnership with all of the components of the adult criminal justice system, education, social services; substance abuse, mental health, and community-based services in San Diego County.  Based on our common goal, we have formed the Community Corrections Partnership (CCP).

While the desire to convene this partnership committee is long standing, the formation of the CCP was prompted by the passage of Senate Bill 678; The California Community Corrections Performance Incentive Act of 2009. This bill requires that each county that receives funding under the act convene a local Community Corrections Partnership. Moreover, the bill requires that the partnership is chaired by the Chief Probation Officer and includes: The Presiding Judge of the Superior Court; the County CAO; the District Attorney; the Public Defender; the Sheriff; a Police Chief; the county heads of: Department of Social Service; County Mental Health; Alcohol and Drug services; employment; County Office of Education; and a representative from a community-based organization.

SB 678 provides funds to probation departments to be used to reduce the number of adult probationers revoked from probation and sentenced to prison. Funds will come from savings realized by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) through cost avoidance. Reduction in revocations to prison must come through the use of evidence based practices.

The agenda for the first meeting was to discuss the ways that implementing evidence based practices crosses each criminal justice organization. Meetings have been spent formulating and agreeing upon a plan that will assist in the rehabilitation of probationers and the reduction in the number of probationers who are sent to state prison.

Recent changes were made to the CCP by AB109, the Public Safety Realignment Act. This 652 page law changes the definition of a felony, shifts housing for lower level offenders from prison to local jail, and transfers supervision of designated parolees from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to Probation.

Felons who have committed non-violent, non-serious and non-sex offenses (N3) will be housed in local jail. Those released from state prison, Post Release Offenders (PRO), will be supervised by Probation. Four thousand offenders in these two groups will utilize county funded substance abuse, mental health and other services in the community.

This shift requires San Diego County to more effectively and efficiently manage offenders while maintaining high standards of public safety. 

An executive committee, as part of the CCP, has been formed and charged with approving an implementation plan and presenting it to the County Board of Supervisors. The executive committee is comprised of the Chief Probation Officer as chair, the District Attorney, Public Defender, a Court representative, a Chief of Police, the Sheriff of the County, and the head of the department of Social Services.

The CCP meets regularly to discuss and decide on issues related to AB109 and SB678.


 Meetings

Agendas  Minutes

 

 

Board Update Letters

 

Work Group Updates

 


 News and Resources
     
        Evidence Based Practice Resources
           Implementing Evidence Based Practice in Community Corrections
           San Diego County Revoked to Prison 2010-2011

SB678 Resources
    Senate Bill No. 678 (SB 678)
    San Diego County SB678 Plan Fact Sheet
    AOC Report on SB678

AB109 Resources
    Assembly Bill No. 109 (AB 109)
    Report on the Implementation of the County CCP Plans

Legislation
    Senate Bill No. 678 (SB678)
    Assembly Bill No. 109 (AB 109)

Video
   AB109 District Attorney Video 
   SMART Justice in San Diego County
  Two Year Update to the Board Video

      Re-Alignment Plan PowerPoint Presentations
         Evidence-Based Intervention Services, CCP Meeting 10-27-11
         Behavioral Health Services 2-23-12
         Department of Housing and Community Development 2-23-12
         San Diego Workforce Partnership Presentation 3-22-12
         Realignment update through April 30, 2012, CCP Meeting 5-24-12
         Public Safety Realignment/AB109 Implementation Update: June 19, 2012
         SB618 Evaluation Report 07/26/12
         Realignment and Steering Committee Update 07/26/12
         October 25, 2012 CCP Meeting
         March 28, 2013 CCP Meeting
         May 10, 2013 CCP Meeting
         July 23, 2013 CCP Meeting
         Oct 22, 2013 CCP Meeting

 

      Post Release Offender Fact Sheets
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, January 2012
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, February 2012
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, March 2012
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, April 2012
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, May 2012
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, June 2012
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, July 2012
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, August 2012
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, September 2012
 

        Beginning October 2012, the Fact Sheet with report on the statistics for Post Release Offenders and Mandatory Supervision Offenders.

       Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, October 2012
       Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, November 2012
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, December 2012
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, January 2013
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, February 2013
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, March 2013
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, April 2013
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, May 2013
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, June 2013         
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, July 2013         
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, August 2013
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, October 2013
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, November 2013
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, December 2013        
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, January 2014        
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, February 2014        
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, March 2014        
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheets, April 2014
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheet, May 2014 
        Post Release Offender Fact Sheet, June 2014
 

      Grand Jury Report on San Diego Realignment
        Public Safety Realignment

        Frequently Asked Questions

 


 Re-Alignment Plan and Amendments

        CCP San Diego County Public Safety Implementation Plan, 9-16-11

        Amendment to the San Diego County Public Safety Realignment and Post-Release Community Supervision 2011 Implementation Plan – Section 4 “Employ Alternative Custody Options in Custody Programming”, 10-27-11     

        Second Amendment to the San Diego County Public Safety Realignment and Post-Release Community Supervision 2011 Implementation Plan – Component 5 “Provide Evidence-Based Supervision and Intervention Services for Post Release Offenders “ May 24, 2012 

        CPOC (Official Website)

        CPOC-Realignment Dashboard

        CPOC Issue Brief-Realignment Perspective


 Contact Us

Jessica Hernandez
AB109/Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) Analyst
(858) 514-3130
Jessica.Hernandez@sdcounty.ca.gov