SB 678 Conference
Evolution of California’s Justice System through SB 678: Creating Safer Communities Through Rehabilitation and Evidence-Based Practices
Please join CPOC for our landmark conference Evolution of California’s Justice System through SB 678: Creating Safer Communities Through Rehabilitation and Evidence-Based Practices, as we mark more than 10 years since the implementation of this historic policy and share our vision for the future of probation and criminal justice in California.
Probation Chiefs, and leaders throughout the state, will share lessons learned and provide a vision for the future of probation’s work in California. We will also hear compelling testimonies from former probationers as well as field officers working daily to protect public safety and help people to a successful pathway. Bring staff, system stakeholders or anyone who can benefit from hearing about the great work of probation and the future of criminal justice.
Register today to hear testimonies from officers, former probationers, and community stakeholders on engaging panels discussing the real-life contributions SB 678 had on people and the impact made in the field of probation. The conference will also feature presentations from policy experts and leaders in criminal justice who will provide historical context, share the outstanding success of SB 678 and discuss ways to build upon these achievements for the future.
California Probation is constantly evolving to create safer communities and advance positive lasting impacts. SB 678 laid the foundation for bold ideas aiming to benefit our clients and communities – come hear how we continue this great work and enhance it for the future!
February 26, 2020
Location: Sheraton Grand Sacramento
SB 678 (The Public Safety Performance Incentives Act of 2010) was the first of its kind policy approach in California and made historic and lasting impacts on California’s prison population and the public safety system as a whole. The success of the policy has helped not only impact the state system but also has helped lead the evolution in probation practices and culture. The Evolution of California’s Justice System through SB 678: Creating Safer Communities Through Rehabilitation and Evidence- Based Practices Conference will discuss the success of SB 678 and how its success in California will help charter new territory for California’s justice system.