A $6 million state grant to the Merced County Probation Department is being leveraged to implement a stronger pretrial diversion program for individuals with mental health or substance use disorders, county officials say.
In the Orange County Breeze
The Orange County Executive Officer (CEO) Frank Kim announced that Daniel C. Hernandez is the new Chief Probation Officer of the County Probation Department on July 26, 2022. The announcement came after the Board of Supervisors unanimously appointed Chief Hernandez.
SACRAMENTO – Today, the Senate Rules Committee, chaired by Senate President pro Tempore Toni G. Atkins (D-San Diego), appointed Tamika Nelson to the California Rehabilitation Oversight Board. Ms. Nelson fulfills the requirement for one county chief probation officer to be appointed to this office.
The Youth Transition Campus (YTC) in Kearny Mesa aims to give young offenders the opportunity to change their lives with treatment, education, support and career training in a state-of-the-art facility.
This summer, some young people in custody are learning more than just life’s hard lessons.
FAIRFIELD — Solano County Deputy Probation Officer Amanda Phillipps was recently honored with the the Bay Area Mothers Against Drunk Driving Outstanding Probation Officer award for her efforts to curb and prevent impaired driving in Solano County.
This Pretrial, Probation, and Parole Supervision Week San Mateo County Proabtion and Chief John Keene want to say thank you to theiramazing staff who provide services, education and resources to more than 3,500 adult and juvenile clients in San Mateo to help them make changes in their lives to enhance safety in the community.
Thank you for the work you do all year to facilitate positive change in the lives of adults & juveniles, reducing recidivism, fostering law-abiding lifestyles & more.
Enjoy just a sampling of some of the great programs, officers, staff and highlights from California Probation during this year’s Probation Services Week!
The Imperial County Probation Department, in partnership with county Parks and Recreation, has developed an after-school and Saturday program for youth in outlying areas of Imperial County called Project ASPIRE.
Young people in Seeley, Ocotillo, Palo Verde, Heber, Calipatria, Niland and Salton City may benefit through the offering of recreation, homework assistance, and arts and cultural activities.
Probation Departments Give Back to Communities by Participating in Annual Torch Run to Benefit the Special Olympics
In honor of Probation Services Week, Chief Probation Officers of California are highlighting probation staff and officers’ service and compassion on and off the clock. Probation is committed to giving back to communities and helping change lives.
Probation departments from Mariposa, Sonoma, Solano, Sacramento, and Nevada counties participated in the 2022 Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics.
Today, Chief Probation Officer Robert Reyes announced this year’s annual Probation Service Week will be taking place from July 17 – July 23, 2022, to honor probation professionals who work to keep communities safe, return restitution due to victims, and support the rehabilitative process for the justice-involved individuals under their supervision and care.
Watch this video to learn about what the core values of the Stanislaus County Probation Department are, and that each point of the badge represents a Core Values of the Department:
PPPS Week Highlight: Six Graduates Celebrated the Completion of “Another Way”, Domestic Violence Program
In honor of Probation Services (PPPS) Week, Chief Probation Officers of California is spotlighting probation officers and staff who help justice-involved individuals transform their lives and put people on safer, healthier pathways.
Last year, Solano County Probation Department celebrated its first graduation for the Domestic Violence program, “Another Way.” This 52-week in-house program started in April 2020, allowing probation clients to participate free of cost. Six graduates were honored, and other classmates attended in support.
From Fresno County
The Fresno County Board of Supervisors has proclaimed July 17 - 23, 2022, Pretrial, Probation, and Parole Supervision Week.
The Fresno County Probation Department supervises approximately 13,000 adult and juvenile offenders. Annually, the department completes over 30,000 reports, screenings, and assessments.
The Probation Department also provides comprehensive services to victims and witnesses of crime. Victim-Witness advocates serve over 7,000 Fresno County citizens annually.
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, Calif. – This week a key program in local court systems is recognized for helping people when they finish their time in jail or prison.
The week is known as pretrial, probation, and parole services week.
Many people like Brandon Miller have had their lives transformed through rehabilitation.
In Plumas News
Chief Probation Officer Keevin Allred announced that this year’s annual Probation Service Week is July 17 – July 23, held to honor probation professionals who work to keep communities safe and support the rehabilitative process for the justice-involved individuals under their supervision and care.
Chief Probation Officers of California (CPOC) Foundation has released the first episode of their new podcast, The California Probation Connection.
CPOC is thrilled to share the launch of our new podcast, The California Probation Connection, hosted by CPOC executive director, Karen Pank.
CPOC Honors Statewide Officers and Staff Who Keep Our Communities Safe in Celebration of Probation Services Week 2022
Probation Services Week Commemorates the Work of Probation Professionals Throughout California
Sacramento, CA, July 18, 2022 – This week, the Chief Probation Officers of California (CPOC) announced this year’s annual Probation Services Week, taking place from July 17 – July 23, 2022, to honor probation professionals who work to keep communities safe.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (July 1, 2022) – Below is the statement from CPOC President, Chief John Keene (San Mateo County Probation) in response to the budget passed by the California Legislature, and signed by Governor Gavin Newsom:
Written by Chuck Westerheide in the County News Center