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Reentry and Public Safety Realignment


On April 4, 2011, the Public Safety Realignment Act (AB 109) was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown. The policy changes in the Act focus on alleviating overcrowding in the California State prisons and reducing the state corrections budget. This is achieved largely through transferring responsibility for incarceration and supervision of many low level inmates and parolees from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to the county level. AB 109 went into effect October 1, 2011.

Clean Slate Flyer

DPN Brochure

CCPEC Agenda Item Request Template

Prop. 47 Local Advisory Committee Application

Year 5 Realignment Status Update_Public Protection Committee_10-13-16

Voting Rights for Californians with Criminal Convictions

Re-entry Resource Guide (partial list)_V2

Alameda County Adult Re-Entry Strategic Plan - Approved by Board of Supervisors (pdf)

Definition of Realigned Population

Public Safety Realignment in Alameda County - Year Four Status Update

Year 4 Realignment Status Update Report for Public Protection Committee

Public Safety Realignment in Alameda County - Year Three Status Update

Public Safety Realignment in Alameda County - Year Three Plan

Public Safety Realignment in Alameda County - Year Two Plan

Public Safety Realignment in Alameda County - Year One Evaluation Report

Public Safety Realignment in Alameda County - Implementation Plan

Transition/Day Reporting Center Flow Chart

Executive Committee

Click here to view meeting schedule, agenda and minutes. (Click here to view all Probation meetings in the current month.)

The Community Corrections Partnership Executive Committee’s Programs and Services Workgroup, chaired by the Alameda County Probation Department has launched its upcoming events and announcements related to adult reentry/realignment in Alameda County in an effort to centralize the dissemination of information. If you have items you would like to submit, email: Please refer to the Communication Protocol for further instructions.

Click here to review the current events and announcements.

CAB’s Operating Guidelines

CAB Member Descriptions

CAB Application

CAB Agenda Item Request Template