Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council (JJCC)
JJCC 2020

In 1996, the Board of Supervisors established the Shasta County Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council ("Council"). The Council was established at that time so that the County would be eligible to apply for grant funding under the Juvenile Crime Enforcement and Accountability Challenge Grant Program, codified at Welfare & Institutions Code Sections 749.2 et seq.

Under WI 749.22, this Council is responsible for developing a comprehensive, multi-agency juvenile justice plan aimed at decreasing crime and delinquency among at-risk youth.  In 2000, the State of California established the Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act Program ("JJCPA Program"). The JJCPA Program was created by the Crime Prevention Act of 2000 to provide a more stable state funding source for implementing a Juvenile Justice Plan (“Plan”) developed by the Council. The Council is required to review annually the Plan and make modifications as necessary.  

For questions, please contact Twyla Carpenter, tcarpenter@co.shasta.ca.us, or the Chief Probation Officer, Tracie Neal, tneal@co.shasta.ca.us


Juvenile Justice Plan

Juvenile Justice Plan 

Bylaws

JJCC Bylaws (Adopted 5/8/2012)

Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council

Members:
Tracie Neal, Chief Probation Officer
Stephanie Bridgett, Shasta County District Attorney's Office
Bill Bateman, Shasta County Public Defender's Office
Vacant, Shasta County Sheriff's Office
Steve Morgan, Shasta County Board of Supervisors
Donnell Ewert, Shasta County Social Services
Nancy Bolen, Shasta County Mental Health
Susan Wilson, Youth Options Shasta, 
     a community based drug and alcohol program
Bill Schueller, Redding Police Department
Steve Blunk, Anderson Police Department
Judy Flores, Shasta County Office of Education
Steve MacFarland, Shasta County Juvenile Justice 
     Commission and an at-large community representative
Barbara Jackson, Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating 
     Council, a nonprofit community based organization 
     providing services to minors
Daryl Kennedy, Juvenile Court Judge

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Minutes

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