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Juvenile and Supervision Service

Level of Probation Supervision

  • 654.2 W&I- Informal probation supervision of minor in lieu of Wardship for a period of time not to exceed six months.
  • 725(a) W&I- Non-Wardship is a probation grant without Wardship. Minor is placed under the supervision of the Probation Officer for a period not to exceed six months.
  • 725(b) W&I- Wardship is a probation grant where the minor is adjudged a Ward of the Court. Minor is placed under the supervision of the Probation Officer for a period not to exceed six months.
  • 790 W&I-Deferred Entry of Judgment (DEJ)- a treatment program for first time felony offenders. Charges are dismissed upon successful completion of the 12-36 month program.
  • 602 W&I- Minor adjudged a Ward of the Court and placed on formal probation.
  • 727 W&I- Minor is placed on non-supervised Court Probation with special conditions of probation.

Possible Terms and Conditions of Probation

  • Obey curfew order
  • Comply with search and seizure guidelines
  • Submit to drug testing
  • Complete community service hours
  • Complete Juvenile Work Project hours
  • Attend counseling and/or educational classes
  • Pay fines, fees and/or restitution Restricted drivers license
  • Submit to DNA testing

Fines, Fees and Restitution

  • An order is made in court regarding the amount of fines, fees, and restitution to be paid by the minor and/or parents.
  • Department of Revenue and Recovery will assist in collecting this debt. Contact information:
10810 Justice Center Drive, Suite 100, Roseville, CA 95678
(916)543-3900 Office Number
(916) 543-3910 Fax

Revenue Web Site 

DNA

  • Section 296 of the Penal Code
  • Any juvenile who is adjudicated a Ward of the Court under Section 602 of the Welfare and Institutions Code for committing a felony offense must submit their DNA.
  • Any person who is required to register under Section 290 of the Penal Code (sex offense) is also required to submit their DNA.

Length Of Time On Probation

  • For a Misdemeanor offense, probation will supervise a minor for a minimum of 6 months.
  • For a Felony offense, probation will supervise a minor for a minimum of 1 year.
  • Juvenile Offenders can remain on Juvenile Probation until the age of 21, or in more serious cases to the age of 25 if committed to the Department of Juvenile Justice.

Supervision

Types of Formal Probation Supervision Caseloads

  • Community Schools
  • Home Supervision Program
  • Electronic Monitoring Program
  • Wraparound
  • Juvenile Drug Court
  • Group Home Placement
  • Boot Camp Commitment

Community Schools (YRC/ Alder Grove)

  • Community year-round school program Provides services and activities to Placer County youth
  • Programs include Anger Management, Drug Education, Employment Skills, Mentorship, Violence Prevention, and Health Education
  • Supervised by school staff and probation officers

Youth Resource Center

  • Services provided:
    • Domestic Violence class
    • Community Service
    • Health Education
    • Drug & Alcohol Education
    • Parent Night
    • Sierra College tours
    • Folsom State Prison tours (non probationers)

Home Supervision Program

  • Provides an alternative to secure detention for a juvenile.
  • The minor must agree to all conditions in the contract.
  • A violation of the written contract may result in the minor being taken into custody at the Juvenile Detention Facility.
  • Probation will maintain daily telephone contact with minors and their parents. Supervision may consist of home, school, office, and employment contacts.

Electronic Monitoring Program

  • Provides an alternative to secure detention for a juvenile.
  • The minor must agree to all conditions in the contract.
  • A violation of the written contract may result in the minor being taken into custody at the Juvenile Detention Facility.
  • Supervision may consist of home, school, office, and employment contacts.
  • Juveniles will wear a GPS ankle monitor.

FRCC 

  • Family Resource Community Collaborative (FRCC)
  • FRCC team’s purpose is to engage the youth and family in assisting them to find solutions in an open, family-centered and community based manner.
  • FRCC team will review the case and provide system services authorization.
  • FRCC authorizes and reviews out of home placements for youth.

Wraparound

  • Wraparound provides services for minors and their families in hopes of eliminating the need for out of home placement.
  • Wraparound facilitator will identify strengths, goals, and needs of the family.
  • Wraparound team could include Family Advocates, Parent Partners/Family Liaisons, and Youth Coordinators.

Juvenile Drug Court

  • For minors who have significant drug and/or alcohol abuse problems
  • Minors participate in drug treatment
  • Attend weekly self-help meetings Frequent drug tests
  • Court reviews progress every 2 weeks
  • Court imposes sanctions for positive drug tests or other program violations

Out of Home Placement

  • Foster Home
  • NREFM (Non Relative Extended Family Member)
  • Group Home
  • Out of home placements provide services for minors with psychological, emotional challenges and substance abuse problems.

Boot Camp Placement

  • These commitments offer:
    • Intense behavior modification for minors who have been unsuccessful rehabilitating on formal probation
    • Strict conduct requirements Focus on privileges/consequences
    • Intensive family and personal counseling
    • Family reunification

Juvenile Work project

  • Offenders are committed to work an average of 24-40 hours.
  • Participants work weekends, school vacations, and during the summer.
  • The Electronic Monitoring Program is a non-secured alternative to placing a minor in custody at the Juvenile Detention Facility.
  • Minors are monitored 24 hours a day through a Global Positioning System (G.P.S).
  • Designated areas (“zones”) are established to show compliance in the program.
  • Zones indicate locations the minor must remain in as well as locations they must avoid.
  • An Electronic Monitoring bracelet will be assigned to the minor.
  • The bracelet will be attached to the minor’s leg.
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