2020 Juvenile Justice Forum
Launch of Tyler Supervision Department Wide
On Monday, October 12, 2020, the Alameda County Probation Department expanded its state-of-the-art, cloud-based automated case management system, Tyler Supervision, throughout the entire department. This system reflects the department’s “first-of-its kind” transition from a legacy system to a 21st century solution. The ultimate goal of this project was to build a system that supports data-informed practice, transparency, and accountability that allows the Alameda County Probation Department to monitor operations associated with its programs and practices, and its impact on client outcomes.
Honoring the Belief that People Can Change
Welcome to the Alameda County Probation Department’s Fiscal Year 2019-20 report, Honoring The Belief That People Can Change. This report highlights the collective efforts of the many partners that have come together to support adults and youth on probation in Alameda County. As a collaborative, we recognize that together we can significantly improve the lives of our clients, and that regardless of prior circumstances, everyone deserves a second change.
Building a Great Tomorrow, Today
The Alameda County Probation Department’s 2 ½ year report, Building A Great Tomorrow, Today, reflects the Department’s dedication to this evolution and to making this community the safest in the nation. Every day, Department staff, stakeholders, and volunteers strive to make a lasting difference in the lives of our clients and members of the community. The Department’s commitment to utilizing research, data, and evidence-based practices, developing collaborative partnerships, and listening to the experiences and perspectives of our clients, their families, and our stakeholders, enables us to accomplish this goal.
Ordinance to Eliminate Fines, Fees for Defendants
An ordinance amending section 2.42.190 of the administrative code to eliminate probation fees; repealing resolution 2011-142 regarding public defender/conflict counsel fees for representation of indigent adults; and eliminating sheriff's work alternative program administrative and attendance fees.