The principal legislative-mandated tasks accomplished by Adult
Probation are the preparation of investigative reports and sentencing
recommendations for the Consolidated Superior Court on criminal,
diversion and probation actions, and the supervision of offenders
granted formal probation or diversion. The department also supervises
offenders released on post release community supervision.
Additionally, this division manages a variety of specialized program
elements including Proposition 36 Court, Drug Court
Program and the Yuba
County Drug Impact Program. Interrelated services are
provided to adult domestic violence probationers in the Violence Against Women Program.
DRUG COURT AND PROPOSITION 36
These program elements are highly structured drug treatment programs
involving judicial case supervision coupled with intensive probation
supervision, drug treatment, drug testing and life skills/health
YUBA COUNTY DRUG IMPACT
This enforcement program provides intensive supervision
to offenders in the community, coupled with intensive drug testing and
tactical search interventions. Close cooperation with law enforcement
and Net-5, as well as armed department staff, provide cooperative
monitoring of high risk substance abuse offenders in the community.
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PROGRAM:
Targeted high risk domestic violence offenders are
provided intensive supervision and treatment services. This program
blends intensive monitoring with treatment options and works closely
with the Department's Victim/Witness Program.