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1 Steven K. Bordin, Chief Probation Officer Probation Department Summary Mission Statement The mission of the Probation Department is prevention, intervention, education, and suppression service delivery that enhances the future success of those individuals placed on probation, while eliminating continued unlawful behavior of persons granted probation, protecting the community, and facilitating the restoration of victims. Department Description and Key Issues The Probation Department meets statutory and judicial mandates including sentencing reports and programs. The department provides services to rehabilitate adult and juvenile offenders, protects the community, and works collaboratively with other local, State, and federal agencies and resources. Services are provided through court investigations, supervision, participation in collaborative courts, participation in the Butte InterAgency Narcotics Task Force (BINTF), and operations of Juvenile Hall. Court Investigations Service areas include court investigations conducted for both adult and juvenile offenders. Officers assigned to court investigations units investigate offender background, describe the circumstances of the crime and submit recommendations to the court based on risk to the community, willingness to comply with conditions, and pursuant to statute. Supervision The department is currently responsible for providing supervision to 2,625 adult and juvenile offenders who have been granted formal probation by the Court, Mandatory Supervision, and Post Release Community Supervision. Supervision enhances public safety, accountability, and addresses criminogenic needs of the offender, with a goal of reducing the likelihood of future criminal behavior. This is accomplished through evidencebased practices, risk/needs assessments, home visits, probation searches, and collaboration with other law enforcement agencies, schools, Courts, Children s Services, Behavioral Health, Public Health, District Attorney s office, and numerous community based organizations. In 2014, the Probation Department received 1,265 new offenders for supervision. In addition, the department appeared in Butte County Superior Court and represented the probation department at 10,475 adult hearings and 1,320 juvenile matters in addition to providing numerous legal documents for these hearings. These hearings included 1,658 sentencings, 4,134 Treatment Court reviews, and various violations of probation, juvenile court hearings, reviews, modifications, transfers, and other hearings as directed by the Court or by statute. The department provides specialized and intensive supervision to sex offenders, gang members and associates, drug abusers and traffickers, offenders with multiple DUI s, those whose actions have caused injury or death, parties who have committed domestic violence or child endangerment, and persons convicted of other violent offenses, including weapons possession. The department has implemented assessment tools to identify risks and needs of adult and juvenile offenders. Intensive supervision is provided to those who are assessed as high risk to reoffend. The department provides electronic monitoring of juvenile offenders, GPS tracking of high risk sex offenders and as a supervision tool for sex offenders released onto Postrelease Community Supervision. The department continues the supervision of juveniles paroled from the California Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) as a result of realignment by the State. These individuals were originally ordered to DJJ based upon the seriousness of the offense and the risk they presented 208

2 Steven K. Bordin, Chief Probation Officer Probation Department Summary to the community. These minors will continue to require intensive supervision by the department and may require the Juvenile Hall to house these minors pending a reentry court hearing and potentially again should they violate conditions of their release. In October of 2011, the State of California implemented the Criminal Justice Realignment Act (AB 109). The department, in conjunction with the Community Corrections Partnership, developed a cooperative/comprehensive plan for supervising this new population of postrelease offenders previously released to parole supervision. During 2014, the Probation Department received 222 offenders released from prison for local supervision. Additionally, 34 offenders were sentenced to split sentences within Butte County and will also be under the eventual supervision of the Probation Department once their jail sentence is completed. Collaborative Courts The department provides officers and services to the Butte County Superior Court on the therapeutic/treatment calendars. These calendars include Drug Court, Proposition 36, Domestic Violence/Child Endangerment, and the High Intensity DUI Court (H.I.D.E.). In addition, as a result of Proposition 47, the department provides officers and services to the Butte County Superior Court on the newly established Prop 47 Court Calendar. A current challenge for the probation department is to maintain probation officers assigned to the collaborative courts in light of a recent reduction in funding sources. BINTF The department provides one fulltime probation officer to the Task Force, to assist in conducting narcotics investigations throughout the county. The department continues to plan with other members in regard to longterm sustainability. Juvenile Programs The Butte County Probation Department has implemented the Strengthening Families Program. Strengthening Families is a nationally and internationally recognized parent and family strengthening program for highrisk families and regular families. The program is an evidencebased family skills training program and has been found to significantly reduce problem behaviors, delinquency, alcohol, and drug abuse in children. The program has also improved social competencies and school performance. The program is designed to decrease maltreatment of children as parents strengthen the bond with their children and learn effective parenting skills. Juvenile Hall The department operates the Butte County Juvenile Hall with a current rated capacity of 60 beds. In 2014 the probation department established the Butte County Juvenile Camp program (Camp Condor). The program provides youth with the opportunity to reintegrate within their family and community while learning valuable life skills as they transition towards adulthood. The Camp emphasizes education, vocational training, community service work, and counseling to facilitate personal introspection and awareness, development of appropriate peer relationships, educational attainment, focus on healthy lifestyles, and employment/vocational skills development. The need for increased staffing remains and stems from three major areas: Title 15 requirements for staffing within Juvenile Halls; the increased amount of programming that Juvenile Halls administer and supervise to adhere to EvidenceBased Practices; and the increased sophistication and severity of crimes that the detainees have committed. 209

3 Steven K. Bordin, Chief Probation Officer Probation Department Summary The department operates programs inside the facility such as the Minor Adjustments Program as an alternative to group home placement. The Boys and Girls Club continues to operate inside the Juvenile Hall and utilizes a targeted reentry program to assist and track minors released from detention. PROBATION BUDGET s Adopted Fines, Forfeitures and Penalties 660, ,000 Use of Money and Property 35,000 35,000 Intergovernmental Revenues 1,828,080 1,353,092 1,172,834 1,172,834 Charges For Services 961, , , ,195 Miscellaneous Revenues 9,409 5,500 Other Financing Sources 3,326,541 3,751,583 4,587,145 4,587,145 Total Revenues $ 6,125,898 $ 6,059,175 $ 7,004,174 $ 7,004,174 Salaries and Employee Benefits 11,790,817 12,925,965 13,666,228 13,520,273 Services and Supplies 2,343,925 3,219,317 3,238,013 3,227,389 Other Charges 641, , , ,866 Capital Assets 33,720 Other Financing Uses 1,213,377 1,167,232 64,800 64,800 Special Items 1,134,272 1,095,772 Total Expenditures $ 16,023,515 $ 17,450,941 $ 18,386,179 $ 18,191,100 Net Costs/Use of Fund Balance $ 9,897,617 $ 11,391,766 $ 11,382,005 $ 11,186,926 Source of Funds (Revenues) General purpose revenue (GPR) from the General Fund is the largest single revenue source for the department. Other financing sources are operating transfers from nonoperating special revenue funds that hold revenue restricted by State or federal law. The major transfers are from 2011 Public Safety and Health and Human Services Realignment. Intergovernmental revenues include state and federal grants Charges For Services 3% Other Financing Sources 25% Intergovernmental Revenues 6% Use of Money and Property 0% Fines, Forfeitures and Penalties 4% Source of Funds (Revenues) $18,191,100 and allocations and some 2011 Public Safety and Health and Human Services Realignment revenue. Charges for services include drug testing, supervision fees and report fees, and temporary housing of juveniles from other counties. GPR 62% 210

4 Steven K. Bordin, Chief Probation Officer Probation Department Summary Fines, forfeitures and penalties include fees charged for supervision and report writing. Use of Funds (Expenditures) Salaries and benefits is the largest expenditure category for the department. Services and supplies include electronic monitoring, medical services and food for Juvenile Hall wards, lab fees, case management systems, and safety equipment. Other charges include vehicle maintenance; match costs for an MOU with Behavioral Health and DESS; and grantfunded transfers for various grants Salaries and Employee Benefits 74% Use of Funds (Expenditures) $18,191,100 Special Items 6% Services and Supplies 18% Other Charges 2% Other Financing Uses 0% Special Items include costs for support services provided by Administration, Auditor, County Counsel, General Services, Human Resources, Information Systems, and Treasurer. They also include transfers to General Services for a project in the Juvenile Hall. Summary of Budget Request and Recommendation Salaries & Employee Benefits The department budget request includes funding to maintain current staffing levels within the department, with the exception of a vacant Probation Technician position, which will be deleted due to lack of continued funding. The department budget request includes extending five limitedterm positions through June 30, 2016, and two limitedterm positions through September 30, Full Time Equivalent Position Allocations Total Adopted Positions Adopted Positions Adopted Positions Adopted Positions Current Positions * Positions *Asof4/21/15 The recommendation includes funding to maintain current staffing levels within the department, with the exception of a vacant Probation Technician position that will be deleted. 211

5 Steven K. Bordin, Chief Probation Officer Probation Department Summary Services & Supplies The department budget request includes funding to maintain current service levels. The department budget request includes funding to resurface the gymnasium floor in Juvenile Hall. The department budget request includes funding to install a wall in Probation s Ridgewood Drive, Chico office. The department budget requests funding to install landscape irrigation between the Juvenile Hall parking lot and County Center Drive, to allow youthful and adult offenders to plant and maintain the area. The department budget requests funding to repair a storm drainage issue at the public entrance to Juvenile Hall. The recommendation includes funding to maintain current service levels. The recommendation includes funding to resurface the gymnasium floor in Juvenile Hall. The recommendation does not include funding for other requested projects. Capital Assets The department request does not include any capital assets. The recommendation does not include any capital assets. 212

6 STATE CONTROLLER SCHEDULES BUTTE COUNTY COUNTY BUDGET ACT FINANCING SOURCES AND USES BY BUDGET UNIT BY OBJECT January 2010, revision #1 GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS FISCAL YEAR SCHEDULE 9 BUDGET UNIT FUNCTION ACTIVITY FUND 430 PROBATION PUBLIC PROTECTION DETENTION/CORRECTION 0010 GENERAL FUND Detail by Revenue Category Adopted by the and Expenditure Object Board of REVENUES 430 FINES,FORFEITURES & PNTLY 660, ,000 d 440 USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY 35,000 35,000 d 450 INTERGOVERNMNMTL REVENUES 1,172,834 1,172,834 d 460 CHARGES FOR SERVICES 549, ,195 d 480 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 4,587,145 4,587,145 d TOTAL REVENUES $7,004,174 $7,004,174 b EXPENDITURES/APPROPRIATIONS 510 SALARIES & EMPLOYEE BENE 13,666,228 13,520,273 d 520 SERVICES & SUPPLIES 3,238,013 3,227,389 d 550 OTHER CHARGES 282, ,866 d 570 OTHER FINANCING USES 64,800 64,800 S 590 SPECIAL ITEMS 1,134,272 1,095,772 d $18,386,179 $18,191,100 b NET COSTS / USE OF FUND BALANCE $11,382,005 $11,186,

7 BUTTE COUNTY DETAIL OF BUDGET UNIT DIVISION BUDGET UNIT 430 PROBATION FUND 0010 GENERAL FUND Detail by Division Adopted by the Board of REVENUES BY DIVISION 4301 PROBJUVENILE HALL DIV 4302 PROBSERVICES DIV 4303 PROBYOGB TOTAL REVENUES EXPENDITURES/APPROPRIATIONS BY DIVISION 4301 PROBJUVENILE HALL DIV 4302 PROBSERVICES DIV 4303 PROBYOGB NET COSTS/USE OF FUND BALANCE BY DIVISION 4301 PROBJUVENILE HALL DIV 4302 PROBSERVICES DIV 4303 PROBYOGB TOTAL NET COSTS/USE OF FUND BALANCE 231, ,533 6,066,805 6,586, , ,306 $7,004,174 $7,004,174 5,435,108 5,395,528 12,245,235 12,609, , ,306 $18,386,179 $18,191,100 5,203,575 5,163,995 6,178,430 6,022,931 $11,382,005 $11,186,926 *The County is utilizing a new financial organizational structure effective July 1 and no prior year data is available for the new division level. 214

8 STATE CONTROLLER SCHEDULES BUTTE COUNTY COUNTY BUDGET ACT FINANCING SOURCES AND USES BY BUDGET UNIT BY OBJECT January 2010, revision #1 GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS FISCAL YEAR SCHEDULE 9 BUDGET UNIT FUNCTION ACTIVITY FUND JUVENILE HALLGENERAL PUBLIC PROTECTION DETENTION AND CORRECTIONS 0010 GENERAL FUND Detail by Revenue Category Adopted by the and Expenditure Object Board of REVENUES 450 INTERGOVERNMNMTL REVENUES 66,048 60,000 d 460 CHARGES FOR SERVICES 23,640 20,000 d 470 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 4,915 4,000 d TOTAL REVENUES $94,603 $84,000 b EXPENDITURES/APPROPRIATIONS 510 SALARIES & EMPLOYEE BENE 3,948,681 4,007,830 d 520 SERVICES & SUPPLIES 862, ,377 d 550 OTHER CHARGES 9,290 9,518 d 570 OTHER FINANCING USES 371, ,666 S $5,192,457 $5,122,391 b NET COSTS / USE OF FUND BALANCE $5,097,854 $5,038,

9 STATE CONTROLLER SCHEDULES BUTTE COUNTY COUNTY BUDGET ACT FINANCING SOURCES AND USES BY BUDGET UNIT BY OBJECT January 2010, revision #1 GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS FISCAL YEAR SCHEDULE 9 BUDGET UNIT FUNCTION ACTIVITY FUND PROBATIONGENERAL SERVICES PUBLIC PROTECTION DETENTION AND CORRECTIONS 0010 GENERAL FUND Detail by Revenue Category Adopted by the and Expenditure Object Board of REVENUES 450 INTERGOVERNMNMTL REVENUES 680,496 1,093,092 d 460 CHARGES FOR SERVICES 938, ,000 d 470 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 4,494 1,500 d 480 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 2,714,329 3,066,055 d TOTAL REVENUES EXPENDITURES/APPROPRIATIONS $4,337,547 $5,089,647 b 510 SALARIES & EMPLOYEE BENE 7,842,136 8,918,135 d 520 SERVICES & SUPPLIES 1,420,412 2,040,306 d 550 OTHER CHARGES 97,700 88,198 d 560 CAPITAL ASSETS d EQUIPMENT 33,720 d TOTAL CAPITAL ASSETS 33,720 d 570 OTHER FINANCING USES 290, ,851 S $9,684,693 $11,290,490 b NET COSTS / USE OF FUND BALANCE $5,347,146 $6,200,

10 STATE CONTROLLER SCHEDULES BUTTE COUNTY COUNTY BUDGET ACT FINANCING SOURCES AND USES BY BUDGET UNIT BY OBJECT January 2010, revision #1 GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS FISCAL YEAR SCHEDULE 9 BUDGET UNIT FUNCTION ACTIVITY FUND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS INCENTIVE ACTSB678 PUBLIC PROTECTION DETENTION AND CORRECTIONS 0010 GENERAL FUND Detail by Revenue Category Adopted by the and Expenditure Object Board of REVENUES 450 INTERGOVERNMNMTL REVENUES 200, ,000 d TOTAL REVENUES $200,000 $200,000 b EXPENDITURES/APPROPRIATIONS 570 OTHER FINANCING USES 335, ,392 S $335,997 $394,392 b NET COSTS / USE OF FUND BALANCE $135,997 $194,

11 STATE CONTROLLER SCHEDULES BUTTE COUNTY COUNTY BUDGET ACT FINANCING SOURCES AND USES BY BUDGET UNIT BY OBJECT January 2010, revision #1 GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS FISCAL YEAR SCHEDULE 9 BUDGET UNIT FUNCTION ACTIVITY FUND 602 INSTITUTIONAL/CORRECTION PUBLIC ASSISTANCE CARE OF COURT WARDS 0010 GENERAL FUND Detail by Revenue Category Adopted by the and Expenditure Object Board of REVENUES 450 INTERGOVERNMNMTL REVENUES 881,536 d 480 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 612, ,528 d TOTAL REVENUES $1,493,748 $685,528 b EXPENDITURES/APPROPRIATIONS 520 SERVICES & SUPPLIES 60, ,634 d 550 OTHER CHARGES 534,686 40,211 d 570 OTHER FINANCING USES 214, ,323 S $810,368 $643,168 b NET COSTS / USE OF FUND BALANCE ($683,380) ($42,360) 218

12 STATE CONTROLLER SCHEDULES BUTTE COUNTY COUNTY BUDGET ACT FINANCING SOURCES AND USES BY BUDGET UNIT BY OBJECT January 2010, revision #1 GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS FISCAL YEAR SCHEDULE 9 BUDGET UNIT FUNCTION ACTIVITY FUND 603 JUVENILE COURT WARDS PUBLIC ASSISTANCE CARE OF COURT WARDS 0010 GENERAL FUND Detail by Revenue Category Adopted by the and Expenditure Object Board of EXPENDITURES/APPROPRIATIONS 550 OTHER CHARGES 500 d $500 b NET COSTS / USE OF FUND BALANCE $

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