CCP 2021
Community Corrections Partnership (CCP)

The Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) was initially established in 2010 as part of a State program to provide funding to improve felony probation services, Penal Code Section 1230. In 2011, Public Safety Realignment (AB 109/AB 117) was established shifting authority over most individuals convicted of what are considered lower-level, non-violent offenses from state to counties, effective on October 1, 2011. Public Safety Realignment expanded the CCP and created the Executive Committee, Penal Code Section 1230.1(b). Realignment also provided that each county CCP shall establish and recommend a local plan to the county Board of Supervisors for implementation. Penal Code Section 1230.1(a).

The CCP Advisory meets on a quarterly basis and the CCP Executive meets on a monthly basis.

For questions please contact Erin Bertain, elbertain@co.shasta.ca.us, or the CCP Chair, Tracie Neal, tneal@co.shasta.ca.us

Shasta County CCP Member Recruitment

The Shasta County Community Corrections Partnership is currently recruiting for a committee member who represents the interest of victims.  Any interested parties can submit an application as prescribed by the Notice of Vacancy by July 31, 2021 to be considered to fill this vacancy.

CCP Notice of Vacancy 2021

CCP Membership Application



Shasta County Public Safety Realignment Implementation Plan

Public Safety Realignment Plan approved by Board 12/8/2020

Shasta County Public Safety Realignment Annual Report

Public Safety Realignment Plan Annual Report FY 2018-19 (approved by Executive Committee 5/20/2020)

Public Safety Realignment Plan Annual Report FY 2019-20 (approved by Executive Committee 1/20/2021)

Budget

FY 20-21 Approved Budget (Approved 2/5/2020)

Bylaws

CCP Bylaws (Approved 7/18/2018)

Meeting Calendar 

2021 CCP Meeting Calendar (Approved 11/12/2020)

CCP Funded Program Presentations

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Community Corrections Partnership Executive Committee

Members:
Tracie Neal, Chief Probation Officer, Chair
Eric Magrini, Sheriff-Coroner
Stephanie Bridgett, District Attorney
Donnell Ewert, HHSA Director
Melissa Fowler-Bradley, Superior Court Executive Officer
William Bateman, Public Defender
Bill Schueller, City of Redding Chief of Police

Agendas

Minutes

Handouts

 

Community Corrections Partnership

Members:
Tracie Neal, Chief Probation Officer, Chair
Supervisor Joe Chimenti, Shasta County Board of Supervisors 
Eric Magrini, Sheriff-Coroner
Stephanie Bridgett, District Attorney
Donnell Ewert, HHSA Director
Melissa Fowler-Bradley, Superior Court Executive Officer
William Bateman, Public Defender
Bill Schueller, City of Redding Chief of Police
Miguel Rodriguez, HHSA Branch Director
Melissa Janulewicz, HHSA Branch Director
Paige Greene, HHSA Branch Director
Judy Flores, Superintendent
Eva Jimenez, Shasta College Associate Vice President
Vacant, Individual Who represents the Interest of Victims

Agendas