SB 678 Project Information

Department of Finance on Use of SB678 funds: (per e-mail to Karen Pank from DOF staff Jennifer Rockwell; 8-3-12)
Your first inquiry involves SB 678. This statute provides “funding for providing

evidence-based practices and supervision.
 "You had inquired whether funding can be used for an existing
program. It is the Department of Finance’s legal view that this funding can be used for an existing or new
program so long as is it used to provide “evidenced-based practices and supervision.” This funding is
f
lexible and may be used to fund a variety of positions or partial positions including but not limited to
probation officers, social workers, and health and mental health providers. The funding may also be used to
fully or partially fund activities in order to continue any and all effective programs or to engage in new policies,
procedures,programs, and practices designed to reduce recidivism.

You have also inquired regarding supplantation issues involving money from the Local Revenue Fund 2011.
SB 1020 explicitly provides that “the funds deposited into a County Local Revenue Fund 2011 (CLRF 2011)
shall not be used by local agencies to supplant other funding for Public Safety Services. “
(Govt. Code. § 30025, subd. (e)(6).) The non-supplantation requirement applies to all of the Public Safety
Services including services ranging from foster care, to Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and
Treatment Program, probation, to employing law enforcement personnel. This particular requirement does
not restrict how CRLF 2011 monies are spent, instead it prohibits the CRLF 2011 funds from replacing
other program funding in order to create general savings for a county.

SB 678 Calculations-Controllers Quarterly Payments for FY 12/13

PEW report highlights Impact of SB 678 with encouraging preliminary data (2-17-12)

SB 678 FY 2012-2013 Allocation Projections (1-6-12)
CPOC Implementation Guide

SB 678 Chaptered Legislation

Senate Bill 678 Year 1 Report
This report examines the first year of implementation of SB 678. It includes data regarding the success of
county probation departments in
supervising adult felony probationers, examines corresponding crime rates
for the year, and describes the use of American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act funds by probation
departments as well as the role of the Community Corrections Program of the Administrative Office of the Courts.


from Judicial Council of California

Principles of Evidence-Based Practice

California Community Corrections Performance Incentive Act Overview
(11-19-10)

FAQ's

Links to Survey to enter SB 678 data


Scenario Examples

Implementation Presentation