Stanislaus County Probation Department Fiscal Manager Receives Statewide Recognition


Stanislaus County, Calif. – December 7, 2023 – Stanislaus County Probation Department’s Fiscal Manager, Vicki Martin, was honored at the 2023 Annual Chief Probation Officers of California Awards Ceremony, receiving the Regional Employee of the Year Award for the Central Region for her outstanding contributions in Stanislaus County. The award is given to an employee of any rank chosen for recognition due to their outstanding service, notable contributions, career accomplishments, or any other exceptional reason, as determined by their respective region.

“Vicki consistently demonstrates the essential nature of her position for our department to fulfill its mission,” stated Stanislaus County Chief Probation Officer Mark Ferriera. “Her exceptional work ethic, intelligence, and dedication shine daily. Vicki’s indispensable contributions make our staff’s impactful work possible, showcasing her vital role in our organization’s success. Without Vicki’s work ethic and management skills, probation’s contributions to the community would not be successful.”

Vicki Martin has worked at Stanislaus County Probation Department for over 18 years and currently serves as the department’s fiscal manager. Vicki is solely responsible for managing the department’s budget, which includes probation corrections officers, support staff, management, and deputy probation officers.

“Vicki Martin’s dedication and expertise as the fiscal manager at the Stanislaus County Probation Department have been instrumental for over 18 years. We extend our sincere gratitude to Vicki for her commitment, as fiscal management is essential for probation to fulfill its mission and properly steward public dollars,” expressed Karen Pank, Executive Director of CPOC.

The Chief Probation Officers of California (CPOC) is an association of all 58 counties with a shared identity as law enforcement leaders. CPOC is committed to a research-based approach to public safety that promotes positive behavior change. Their leadership guides policy and practice in prevention, community-based corrections, secure detention for youth, and direct human services. CPOC aims to prevent crime and delinquency, reduce recidivism, restore victims, and promote healthy families and communities.

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