Detailed budget effects on CDCR are contained in Senate Bill 1021, Senate Bill 1022, and Senate Bill 1023, here are some brief hi-lights:
Establishes a new fee structure to charge counties $2,000.00 per month per ward housed in DJJ facilities.
Changes the age for DJJ from 25 to 23 years of age applied prospectively.
Terminates Juvenile parole six months earlier than previously planned (1-1-2013 instead of 7-1-2013 .
It also reduces the administrative staff levels at CDCR and DJJ facilities.
Expansion of Medical Parole Program and expansion of female Alternative Custody Program
Post-release Community Supervision
Clarifies that each revocation – while an offender is on Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS) (or parole)– may be subject to a maximum 180-day period in county jail
Requires that inmates discharging from prison onto PRCS must be notified of their terms and conditions of PRCS, and removes requirement that the offender sign the notification
Conforms revocation process for offenders on any of the four types of community supervision under the court’s jurisdiction: PRCS, probation, parole and mandatory supervision. Courts remain responsible for revocation process for probationer, PRCS and those under mandatory supervision effective October 1, 2011; courts assume responsibility for revocation process of parolees effective July 1, 2013.
Provides clarification on mandatory supervision terms, specifically:
That a term of mandatory supervision qualifies as a prior term for purposes of imposing a sentence enhancement; and,
That any period of time that an offender on mandatory supervision has absconded shall not be counted towards completion of the mandatory supervision term
Allows an offender on mandatory supervision to petition for transfer to another county
County Authority to Contract
Removes January 1, 2015 sunset date on county’s authority to contract with public community correctional facilities for the detention of local inmates.
Requires CDCR to deactivate the California Rehabilitation Center located in Norco, California no later than either December 31, 2016 or six months after the construction of three level II dorm facilities authorized in this act.