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Delinquency Prevention Network

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000515099

Bid Title: Delinquency Prevention Network

Agency Bid No. Title: 901419

Received Date: 03/17/2016

Close Date: 04/19/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to:ACPDs mission is to protect the publics safety by providing supervision, services, support and opportunities to our clients. The ACPDs Juvenile Field Services Division is committed to promoting use of best practices through data driven, performance based supervision, services and opportunities that will result in positive behavior change and life options for Probation involved youth. For nearly a century, the DPN was established to provide services to non-system involved at-risk youth and families throughout the County. During the late 1990s the DPN expanded their reach of services to also include probation involved youth. Since then, the ACPD has had a longstanding contractual relationship with the Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and City Governmental agencies that comprise the DPN to serve youth and families who are referred for services across various decision points in Alameda Countys juvenile justice system including: diversion, informal probation, formal probation, non-probation involved, and truant youth. Despite having a commitment to client rehabilitation services and effective partnerships, the Alameda County Probation Department Juvenile Field Services Division is experiencing many dynamic trends and social factors that place youth at-risk for informal and formal involvement with the Probation Department. According to results from the Youth Level of Services/Case Management Instrument (YLS/CMI) , a risk and needs assessment tool used by the Alameda County Probation Department, the top three risk and needs for the majority of youth on probation in Alameda County are: 1- Education/Employment; 2-Peer Relations; and 3- Leisure/Recreation. Some of these risk and needs are rooted in social factors that include housing instability; food insecurity; health disparities; exposure to trauma; lack of access to mental health services; and failure to thrive in academic environments.In Juvenile Probation, there are close to 1,100 youth with open cases. Percentage of youth on probation broken down by region is as follows:Region 1 (Oakland, Alameda): Approximately 51% of youth on probation reside in this area;Region 2 (Emeryville, Berkeley, Piedmont, and Albany): Approximately 6% of youth on probation reside in this area;Region 3 (San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Hayward, and Castro Valley): Approximately 30% youth on probation live in this area;Region 4 (Fremont, Union City, and Newark): Approximately 9% of youth on probation live in this area;Region 5 (Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore, and Sunol): Approximately 4% of youth on probation reside in this area.

Product Codes: 92400, 95200

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: County of Alameda

State: California

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Lovell Laurente GSA - Purchasing, 1401 Lakeside Drive, Suite 907, Oakland, California, 94612

Phone: 510-208-9621

Fax: 510-208-9626




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