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1 HSA-SAS mod7prob.ppt (6/07) probation & parole Merced County Probation Department California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation module 7 Family Violence Protocol Integrated Training for Law Enforcement, Social Services, and Advocates

2 #7 Sections  Probation Probation  Parole Parole

3 #7 Probation

4 Probation  Terms and Conditions of Probation Terms and Conditions of Probation Domestic Violence Cases Sex Offense Cases Child Abuse Cases  Domestic Violence Caseload Domestic Violence Caseload  Violations Violations Terms and Conditions Arrest Factors in Arrest Disposition of Violations

5 #7 Probation Terms and Conditions of Probation

6 #7 Domestic Violence Cases  PC mandates the following probation conditions for domestic violence: Probation for a minimum of 36 months. An order not harass or threaten the victim. Pay a fine. Community service. 52-Week Batterer’s Treatment Program

7 #7 Sex Offense Cases  PC mandates the following probation conditions for sex offenses: 90-day placement at California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to determine suitability for probation. Psychological evaluation to determine if the defendant remains a threat Placement in an appropriate treatment program for sexual perpetrators, if one is available in the county. –NOTE: Merced County does not currently have a treatment program for sexual perpetrators.

8 #7 Child Abuse Cases  PC 273a(c) mandates the following probation conditions for child abuse: Probation term for a minimum of 48 months. An order not to harass or threaten the victim. Complete a 52 week Child Abuser Treatment Program. Submit to chemical testing if appropriate.

9 #7 Domestic Violence Caseload Probation

10 #7 Caseload  200 felony DV offenders on probation  Over half “banked” caseload – little if any supervision services.  Maximum 40 are assigned to a specialized DV caseload.

11 #7 DV Caseload Specifications  Between 25 and 40 felony offenders.  Offenders with children and who live in Merced County.  Offenders who continue to live with the victim and have children together are given first priority.

12 #7 Goals for the DV Offender  Service plan within 30 days of initial contact.  Referral to a batterer’s treatment program within 30 days.  One contact with the offender weekly.

13 #7 Goals for the DV Victim  Plan for referrals/resources for the victim and the children within 30 days of initial contact.  Meet with the victim in person monthly.

14 #7 Violations Probation

15 #7 Probation Terms and Conditions  Penal Code mandates terms and conditions of probation for: Domestic violence Sexual offense Child abuse cases  Probation Officer is required to report probation violations to the Court.

16 #7 Arrest of Probationers  Probation Officers has authority to arrest probationers for probation violations. [PC (a)]  Generally the officer will arrest if there are significant probation violations.  Arrest requires supervisory approval.

17 #7 Factors to consider prior to arrest  Is there is a new offense?  Are weapons involved?  Is the victim particularly vulnerable?  Is the probationer mentally stable?  Is the probationer using controlled substances or alcohol?

18 #7 Disposition of Violations of Probation  Reinstatement of probation with a jail term.  Commitment to California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation suspended and reinstatement on probation.  Commitment to California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

19 #7 Presented by Presented by: Rosa Ramirez Merced County Probation Department Contact Information: Rosalva Ramirez Family Violence Protocol Integrated Training for Law Enforcement, Social Services, and Advocates Module 7 Parole and Probation ►Probation ► ParoleProbation Parole

20 #7 Parole

21 Parole  Statement Statement  Conditions of Parole Conditions of Parole  Special Conditions of Parole - DV Special Conditions of Parole - DV  Violations of Parole Violations of Parole  Dustin’s Law Dustin’s Law  Special Conditions of Parole - Child Abuse Special Conditions of Parole - Child Abuse  Violations of Parole - Child Abuse Violations of Parole - Child Abuse

22 #7 Statement The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation - CDCR, Division of Adult Parole Operations -DAPO, views domestic violence (DV) as a serious issue and procedurally acts with the protection of the victim and the community as the deciding factor regarding the status of the parolee and his/her conditions of parole —California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Division of Adult Parole Operations

23 #7 Conditions of Parole  Parolee’s file is reviewed prior to parole date.  Criminal history and social history are considered when determining special conditions of parole.  Special conditions may include: Mandated attendance and completion of Division of Adult Parole Operations or other approved anger management treatment program. Any other condition deemed necessary and justified by the Parole Agent and Unit Supervisor.

24 #7 Special Conditions of Parole - DV Special Conditions of Parole may include:  You will not contact your crime victim(s), their families, or friend(s). “No contact” means exactly that. No contact in any form, whether direct or indirect, personally, by telephone, letter, computer, or through another person. You cannot enter the premise, travel past, or loiter near where your victim is employed, resides, frequents, or attends classes.  You will not threaten, stalk, sexually abuse, harass, or commit further violent acts against the victim.  Failure to comply with these special conditions of parole could constitute a parole violation and a return to custody in State Prison.

25 #7 Violations of Parole  Failure to sign and/or comply with Conditions of Parole results in a Parole Violation  Any parolee who perpetrates an act of domestic violence is in violation of parole and faces sanctions up to and including a return to prison  When LE responds to a DV call where a parolee is the perpetrator, notify State Parole for: agent assistance additional information on the parolee or a PC 3056 Parole Hold forward a copy of the report to DAPO

26 #7 Dustin’s Law  January 1999, the body of Dustin Haaland, a four year old boy who was allegedly killed by his parolee father was found in a vineyard in Fresno. The father had been convicted and incarcerated in State Prison for abusing the boy’s older brother. At that time CDCR was not obligated to notify Child Protective Services of his release.  Under Dustin’s Law a parole agent must report to CPS if a parolee convicted of crimes against children contacts the victim or victim’s family, and the parole agency must also notify local law enforcement when such parolees are released.

27 #7 Special Conditions of Parole – Child Abuse Special Conditions of Parole may include:  You will not have contact with children under the age of 18 years.  You will not be within 100 yards of the perimeter of any school or licensed day care facility, or places where children congregate  You will immediately inform your parole agent regarding any contact with a minor whether it is "accidental" or not.  You will not form a romantic interest or sexual relationship with anyone who has physical custody of a child under the age of 18 years.  You will not possess any items that could be considered child lures such as children's clothing, toys, games, stuffed animals, etc.  If you are a registered sex offender and have been released from custody on or after November 8, 2006, you will not reside within 2000 feet of any public or private school with grades K-12 or any park where children are likely to congregate, per Proposition 83 Jessica's Law  Failure to comply with these special conditions of parole could constitute a parole violation and a return to custody in State Prison.

28 #7 Violations of Parole - Child Abuse  Any parolee who perpetrates an act of child abuse is in violation of parole and faces sanctions up to an including a return to prison.  When LE responds to a child abuse call where a parolee is the perpetrator, notify State Parole for: agent assistance additional information on the parolee or a PC 3056 Parole Hold forward a copy of the report to DAPO

29 #7 Presented by: Raymond Lee California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Contact Information: Raymond Lee Office extension 208 Cell Family Violence Protocol Integrated Training for Law Enforcement, Social Services, and Advocates Module 7 Parole and Probation ►Probation ► ParoleProbationParole


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