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    Fresno county probation Fresno county probation Presentation Transcript

    • Erica Sanchez
      SWRK 180
      Fall 2010
    • About the Fresno CountyProbation Department
      The Fresno County Probation Department is an active member criminal justice system that service the people and courts in our county. Fresno Probation Officers supervise just under 20,000 adult and juvenile offenders on court-ordered probation or are in other diversion programs. Fresno County Probation Officers also serve an investigative role for the courts, by producing sentencing reports and recommendations. Fresno County Probation Officers serve in schools, diversionary programs, and specialized units work with other police agencies in programs like the  Multi Agency Gang Task Enforcement Consortium (MAGEC) to reduce gang-related crime , and in the Narcotics Enforcement Team (NET) to help in the fight against drugs.
    • Probation Divisions
      Adult Probation
      Juvenile Probation
      JJC- Commitment
      JJC- Detention
    • Juvenile Probation Services Division
      Linda Penner
      Chief Probation Officer
      Michael Elliott
      Juvenile Probation Division Director
      Del Ann DeVaux
      Secretary III - Confidential
      VHEA/Supervisor #1
      Probation Services Manager
      Karen Rocha
      Court Services/Intake
      Probation Services Manager
      Craig Downing
      Campus
      Probation Services Manager
      Gilbert Sanchez
      Placement/BHC
      Probation Services Manager
      Cliff Downing
      Supervision #2
      Probation Services Manager
      Gordon Dahlberg
      VHEA
      Susan Downing, Lead DPO IV
      Michael Farmer, DPO III
      Jorge Jauregui, DPO III
      Chris Moses Ex-H DPO
      Sue Matu’u JCO
      Court
      Jeannie Starks DPO IV
      DorrickMinnis DPO IV
      Susan Solis DPO IV
      Gerald Sandoval DPO IV
      SelinaSanchez DPO III
      George Aguilera DPO III
      Bob Muller ExH DPO
      Stephanie Thomas DPO IV
      Court Officer A
      Rodney Jones DPO III
      Court Officer B
      Jill Quadro DPO III
      Court Officer C
      Phillip Toomey DPO III
      Clovis 1
      Hilary McCarty DPO III
      Clovis 2
      Ray Guevara DPO IV
      Informal/CJC 1
      Vida Steele DPO IV
      Informal/CJC 2
      Olga Garcia DPO III
      LimitedSuper 1
      Tim Crecelius DPO III
      Limited Super 2
      Kathleen Fernandez DOP IV
      Coryn DPO III
      Limited Super 3
      Joe Ortiz DPO IV
      LimitedSuper 4
      Irma Maacias DPO III
      Limited Super 5
      Melissa Madsen DPO IV
      Drug Court
      Mark Cutshall DPO III
      Central HS
      Juan Flores DPO IV
      Bullard HSCarlos Gonzales DPO IV
      Roosevelt HS
      Antonio Herrera DPO III
      Fresno HS
      BarbaraHoluin DPO IV
      Hoover HSRosendo Lopez DOP IV
      McLand HS TBD
      Jesse Montemayor DPO IV
      Edison HS
      Bea Sanchez DPO IV
      Cambridge HS
      Debbie White DPO IV
      Sunnyside HS
      Daniel Nunez DPO III
      TIP
      Louis Cortez DPO IV
      Chris Maranian DPO IV
      Corey Thomas DPO III
      Melanie Johnson DPO IV
      Ralph Mendoza DPO III
      Meredith Black DPO III
      Margarita Urzua Ex-H JCO
      Supervision (1)
      Freda Fowler, DPO III
      Sex Offender Caseload
      MariaCanizales-Valenzuela
      DPO IV
      ECI
      David Rodriguez DPO III
      ECII
      RayMartinez DOP IV
      WIC
      GuilliermoJalomo DPO III
      WCII
      Martin Sanchez DPO IV
      High Risk
      BHC
      John Reyes DOP IV
      Cindy Carender DPO III
      Intake
      Ana Villalobos DPO II
      Phil Fuentez DPO III
      Jill Chandler DPO IV
      Linda Kaloostian DPO IV
      Janice KulekjianEx-H DPO
      Marissa Sosa Ex-HProb Tech
      SB 163
      Calvin Herr DPO III
      Elizabeth Arredondo
      DPO III
      Rudy Pinon DPO III
    • Community Content
      *Crime Prevention and Intervention*
      To positively change the lives of individuals that come into contact with the criminal justice system and promote community awareness of the role each person has in preventing crime
      *Victim Advocacy*
      To do everything that we can to support victims in recovering from crime
      *Supervision*
      To ensure a steady and continuous decline in recidivism and crime in Fresno County
      *Resource Management*
      To be superior stewards of the public trust by being best in class for human and resource development
    • Population:
      Gang members
      Sex offenders
      Property offenders
      Drug dealers/offenders
      Graffiti
      Violent offenders
      Gun Charges
    • Mission
      As a member of the Criminal Justice System, the Fresno County Probation Department’s mission is to enhance public safety through crime prevention, offender supervision, victim advocacy and support of the court
    • Placement Unit
      The Juvenile Placement Unit places minors removed from the custody of their parents by Juvenile Court order in accordance with WIC 727.  Based on individual level of care needed, minors are placed in group homes, foster homes or other appropriate out-of-home placements.  Some minors are returned to the custody of the parents after successful intervention but, if there is no parent available for return, a plan for emancipation is developed. All minors are supervised in placement by assigned Deputy Probation Officers, and are seen on a monthly basis. This unit also operates a pre-placement supervision program in an effort to strengthen/stabilize the minor's home environment to negate the need for out-of-home placement.
    • Social Work Values
      In prevention effort, Deputy Probation Officers are assigned to work with the Department of Children and Family Services Intensive Services Treatment Team in an attempt to keep WIC 300 dependent children from becoming WIC 602 delinquent wards.  Officers in the Placement Unit conduct annual on-site evaluations of group home placement providers and monthly warrant sweep operations. In addition, “The Group Home Advisory Committee,” consisting of representatives from all Group Homes, meets quarterly at the Probation Department to discuss issues, concerns, and best practices for providing the most effective treatment for minors in their homes
    • Juvenile Supervision Unit 
      The operational goals of the Campus Probation officers are, through a cooperative effort involving probation, police, schools, and community-based agencies, to closely monitor and supervise juvenile probationers within designated schools.  Further, the program is actively involved in developing and operating a spectrum of intervention and/or diversion programs designed to improve behavior in the community, home, and school and to restrict further entry of minors into the Juvenile Justice System.
    • Juvenile Justice Campus
      The Juvenile Justice Campus  is used primarily as a detention facility to hold minors who have committed a law violation while they are being processed through the Juvenile Court. In addition to holding minors pending court action, the Juvenile Justice Campus provides secure confinement for minors pending delivery to the California Youth Authority, other juvenile and adult justice jurisdictions, foster and group home placements, and court ordered commitments.