ORANGE COUNTY SACPA/PC1210 Three-Year Report Sandy Hilger, Research Division , OC Probation Mack Jenkins, Director Adult Court Services Division, OC Probation Alaka Nafday and Curt Condon Quality Management, OC HCA Mary Hale, Division Manager, OC HCA-ADAS. ORANGE COUNTY
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ORANGE COUNTY SACPA/PC1210 Three-Year ReportSandy Hilger, Research Division , OC Probation Mack Jenkins, Director Adult Court Services Division, OC ProbationAlaka Nafday and Curt Condon Quality Management, OC HCAMary Hale, Division Manager, OC HCA-ADAS
COUNTY OF ORANGE
HEALTH CARE AGENCY
A non-violent drug possession offense is:
1. unlawful possession, or
2. use, or
3. “transportation for personal use”
of any substance listed on California’s five controlled substance schedules.
NVDP also applies to being under the influence of any controlled substance in violation of H&S 11550.
Sentencing will not include incarceration as a condition of probation
SACPA splits probation violations into 2 categories,
drug related and non-drug related:
In order to grant a dismissal, the court must find:
We examined the results, three years after implementation, for 3863 offenders who agreed to participate in SACPA during the first year (July 2001 - June 2002).
1. What is the status of the 3863 participants three years later?
2. How well, or poorly, did the offenders move through the system? Where did offenders fall out of the system?
3. Did SACPA probationers present a threat to the community? (criminal history background and recidivism while on Probation)
4. Were SACPA probationers amenable to probation and treatment services. Did they show progress in terms of rehabilitation and improvement of life competencies?
Initial sustained offense:
Bureau of Justice Statistics, Bulletins “Prisoners in 1994” through “Prisoners in 2003”, http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/p03.pdf
Garrick Percival, UC Riverside, based on CDC data.
significant improvement in drug addiction,
vocational ability, employment,
companions, and physical health
Orange County Probation Department:
Orange County Health Care Agency: