Government Contract | California
Direct Services Grant: Education and Employment Services

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000506082

Bid Title: Direct Services Grant: Education and Employment Services

Agency Bid No. Title: 901453

Received Date: 03/10/2016

Close Date: 04/14/2016

Purchase Type: 2 year term

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to:The Public Safety Realignment Act (Realignment or Act) took effect October 1, 2011 and mandated extensive changes to Californias criminal justice systems. Realignment shifted the responsibility for supervising specific low-level inmates and parolees from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to each of the 58 counties. This Act tasked local government at the county level with developing a new approach to reducing recidivism and applies to three major groups within the criminal justice system:Post-Release Community Supervision (PRCS) - Individuals released from state prison for non-serious and non-violent offenses, and are not classified as high risk sex-offenders, will no longer be supervised by state parole but will instead be supervised by the local probation agency under PRCS.Individuals charged and/or resolved with an 1170(h)-eligible offense (in county jail or on mandatory supervision) - If probation is denied, individuals with an 1170(h) eligible offense will be sentenced to serve their time in county jail or local prison.Individuals not eligible under 1170(h) must be committed to state prison if probation is denied. Upon release from state prison, they may be supervised by the probation department under traditional probation.If sentenced to county jail or local prison, an individual will receive no supervision after their custody term concludes or they may be placed on mandatory supervision (commencing upon release from physical custody) to be supervised by the probation department (also known as a split sentence).Parole Violators - Individuals who violate their state parole will no longer be adjudicated by state authorities but will instead be adjudicated in local courts.With the exception of group three, Parole Violators, group one Post-Release Community Supervision (PRCS) and group 2-Individuals charged and/or resolved with an 1170(h)- eligible offense are remanded to the supervision and/or responsibility of local county law enforcement and will be the target population for this RFP.Each county was directed to create a Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) to develop and recommend to the county Board of Supervisors a county implementation plan for 2011 Public Safety Realignment. The Alameda County Board of Supervisors adopted the initial Implementation Plan (2011), its Year Two Plan (2012), and the Year Three Public Safety Realignment Plan (2013). The Act also established an Executive Committee of the CCP members. In March 2013, the CCP Executive Committee (CCP-EC) expanded the definition of the realigned population to include all persons charged with/convicted of low-level felony offenses, who were previously eligible to be supervised, incarcerated, or adjudicated by the state, who are now supervised, incarcerated or adjudicated by local authorities.

Product Codes: 95290, 95215, 95239

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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