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Probation CMS

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00002651816

Bid Title: Probation CMS

Agency Bid No. Title: 21-01

Received Date: 06/16/2021

Close Date: 08/05/2021

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Not Stated, Arizona

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference 06/22/2021, Questions Due By 06/25/2021


Specifications include, but are not limited to: The Superior Court is the States general jurisdiction court. It is a single entity with locations ineach county. The Superior Courts Probation Departments for each of the 15 Arizona countiessupervises adult and juvenile probationers. In the Arizona superior court system, each court isentitled to one superior court judge and one additional judge for every 30,000 county residents ormajority fraction thereof. There are now more than 100 Arizona superior court judges, most ofwhom are in Maricopa and Pima Counties.Most adults or juveniles who enter the criminal justice system interact with the Adult ProbationDepartment (APD) and Juvenile Probation Department (JPD) at some point during the courtprocess. The Pretrial Services Initial Appearance Unit prepares information on individuals in orderfor judicial officers to make release decisions. The Pretrial Services Supervision Unit monitors and aids individuals while they at anygiven time are pending charges. The Presentence Unit provides comprehensive reports to the judicial officers containingpertinent information about the defendant, including valuable information and statementsfrom victims as well as sentencing recommendations. The Unsupervised Units monitor the cases of probationers who are sentenced tounsupervised probation, but who still have obligations to fulfill. The Supervision Units utilize assessments, available resources, and graduated responsesto assist probationers with Substance Abuse, Education, and necessary Referrals. TheSupervision units also provide guidance with behavioral change to align with EvidenceBased Practices (EBP) The Juvenile Probation Department (JPD) is responsible for the effective and efficientprovision of juvenile justice services. JPD provides three primary functions includingDiversion, Community Supervision services, and Detention services. The Community Supervision services units provide assessment, supervision, and casemanagement of juveniles referred for delinquency matters. Services may include diversionoptions for youth instead of the filing of criminal charges.

Product Codes: 20837, 20863, 20447, 92064, 92045

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: Arizona Supreme Court

State: Arizona

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: 1501 West Washington, Suite 337, Phoenix, Arizona, 85007



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