Community Corrections Partnership

In April 2011, the California Legislature and Governor Brown passed sweeping public safety legislation (AB 109) that effectively shifted responsibility for the supervision of specified offenders from the state to the counties. Additionally, AB109 specifies that certain offenders and parole violators can no longer be housed in State prison and will instead be incarcerated in the local “County jail prison.” This public safety realignment to counties took effect on October 1, 2011.

This shift requires Sacramento County to more effectively and efficiently manage offenders while maintaining high standards of public safety. Felons who have committed non-violent, non-serious and non-sex offenses (referred to as "Non Non Nons") will now be incarcerated in the Sacramento County jail instead of state prison. Those released from state prison on Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS) will be supervised by Probation.

AB 109 established that local Community Corrections Partnerships (CCPs) develop an implementation plan to be submitted to county boards of supervisors. For several months, Sacramento County CCP members and key stakeholders met continuously to develop a plan that addresses the major issues involved with local implementation of AB 109 and public safety realignment. The plan was approved by the CCP Executive Committee and accepted by the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors on November 1, 2011.

The executive committee is comprised of the Chief Probation Officer as chair, the District Attorney, Public Defender, a Court representative, a Chief of Police, the Sheriff, and the head of the Department of Social Services.

Current Community Corrections Partnership Meeting Information

Meeting Ag​endas, Minutes and Recordings Held on o​r After 09/05/13


Prior Meeting Schedules

2019 Meeting Schedule

2018 Meeting Schedule

2016 Meeting Schedule

Community Corrections Partnership Training

Dr. Doug Marlowe -Training Flyer 

Dr. Doug Marlowe's presentation to the Sacramento County Board of Supervisor 3/12/2015

Dr. Doug Marlowe's presentation to the Sacramento County Probation Department 3/12/2015 

Published Documents

Amended Bylaws 10/4/2018

AB109 Regional Crime Analysis Program 2017 Progress Report
Long-Term Realignment Plan May 2014
FY 2013-14 Program Funding          
BSCC Multicounty Project Concept Statement 
AB 109 Spending Plan 8/23/2012
AB 109 Amended Resolution 4/23/2013
AB 109 Workshop 4/09/2013
Amended Bylaws 4/04/2013
2013-14 AB 109 Realignment Plan
The Impact of Probation and Parole Populations on Arrests in Four California Cities
FY 2012-13 Public Safety Realignment Implementation Plan 9/27/2012
FY 2012-13 Public Safety Realignment Spending Plan
FY 2011-12 Realignment Plan Amendment 5/22/2012
Sacramento County Community Corrections Partnership Public Safety Realignment Plan
Key Provisions of AB 109 & AB 117 The 2011 Public Safety Realignment Act  
CCP Approved Funding Proposals for Public Safety Realignment for FY 11‐12
2011 Public Safety Realignment Presentation
AB 109 Workshop 10/25/2011
Oct 24 - 25 Crime and Justice Institute Realignment Conference  

CCP Membership

CCP Membership 2014 - updated July 2014
CCP Membership 2014
CCP Membership 2013 - updated November 2013
CCP Membership 2013 - updated August 2013
CCP Membership 2012
CCP Membership 2011
CCP Executive (Voting) Committee Members

CCP Meeting Schedules

2014 - updated July 2014 - updated July 2014
2014 - updated May 2014 - updated May 2014
2013 - updated September 2013

CCP Meetings on Sacrammento Metro Cable

CCP Meeting Agendas Before 9/05/2013


CCP Meeting Minutes Before 9/05/2013

2/28/2013 - presentations


California State Association of Counties  
Chief Probation Officers of California
California State Sheriff’s Association
California District Attorney’s Association
California Public Defender’s Association
Judicial Branch of California
National Institute of Corrections
Stanford Law School Realignment Research
Public Policy Institute of California Realignment Research
Washington State Institute on Public Policy​