Proposition 47 Grant Program


Proposition 47 was a voter-approved initiative on the November 2014 ballot that reduced from felonies to misdemeanors specified low-level drug and property crimes. Each year, the state savings generated by the implementation of Proposition 47 are deposited into the Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Fund. Sixty-five percent of these savings are set aside annually for the BSCC to administer a competitive grant program.

Proposition 47 requires that these funds be awarded to public agencies to provide mental health services, substance use disorder treatment and/or diversion programs for those in the criminal justice system. Additional legislation (AB 1056, Chap. 438, Stats. of 2015) requires that the grants be awarded competitively, specifies that funds may serve both adults and juveniles and allows funds to be used for housing-related assistance and other community-based supportive services, including job skills training, case management or civil legal services.  The BSCC further requires that at least 50 percent of the award made to grantees is passed through to community-based service providers.

If you have questions about BSCC's Prop. 47 Grant Program, please send them to Prop47@bscc.ca.govcreate new email

Prop 47 Cohort III Request for Proposals

This RFP provides the necessary information to prepare a proposal for grant funds available through the Prop 47 Grant Program. Proposals must be received by 5:00 p.m. on May 2, 2022. Any questions concerning this RFP must be submitted by email to: Prop47@bscc.ca.govcreate new email

 

Prop 47 Cohort III RFP - Word - Amended March 17, 2022

Prop 47 Cohort III Budget Attachment - Excel*

*Note: Applicants must submit the Grant Project Budget and Budget Narrative (Budget Attachment) as an Excel spreadsheet. Do not submit it in any other format. Detailed instructions for completing the Budget Attachment are listed on the Instructions tab of the Excel workbook.

 

Notice of Funds Availabilityopens PDF file

 

Bidders' Conference

The BSCC has scheduled a Proposition 47 RFP Bidders’ Conference. The purpose of this conference is to provide clarity on the RFP instructions and respond to technical questions. BSCC staff cannot provide assistance or advice on the preparation of a proposal at these conferences.

March 2, 2022 Bidders' Conference - Agenda & Attendance Instructions

Prop 47 Bidders' Conference Presentationopens PDF file

Prop 47 Bidders' Conference Video

FAQsopens PDF file

 

Rater Training

May 24, 2022 Executive Steering Committee Meeting - Agenda & Attendance Instructions

Prop 47 C3 Rater Training PowerPointopens PDF file

Prop 47 Rater Training Video

 

Proposition 47 Two Day Orientation – October 18 & 19, 2022

Agendaopens PDF file

 

Awarded Proposals

Prop 47 Funding Recommendationsopens WORD file

 

Summary of Key Dates

Activity Date
Release Request for Proposals February 14, 2022
Virtual Bidders’ Conference March 2, 2022
Letters of Intent to Apply Due April 4, 2022
Proposals Due to the BSCC May 2, 2022
Proposal Rating Process & Development of Funding Recommendations May - July 2022
BSCC Board Considers Funding Recommendations July 14, 2022
Grant Period Begins September 1, 2022
Mandatory Grantee Orientation - Date TBD October 2022

 


Publicly Accessible Data Sets: 2012-2021

The below data and information presents a sample of demographic and criminological information from publicly accessible data files. In addition to presenting summaries of information contained in the files, links to official publications and datasets have been provided. This summary is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of publicly accessible files. Relevant data are available from a number of sources and can be accessed online and through other mechanisms.

 

2012-2021 California Demographic Reference Dataopens PDF file

 

Alameda County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Alpine County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Amador County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Butte County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
Calaveras County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Colusa County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Contra Costa County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Del Norte County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
El Dorado County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Fresno County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Glenn County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Humboldt County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
Imperial County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Inyo County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Kern County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Kings County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
Lake County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Lassen County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Los Angeles County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Madera County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
Marin County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Mariposa County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Mendocino County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Merced County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
Modoc County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Mono County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Monterey County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Napa County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
Nevada County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Orange County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Placer County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Plumas County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
Riverside County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Sacramento County Data 2012-21opens PDF file San Benito County Data 2012-21opens PDF file San Bernardino County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
San Diego County Data 2012-21opens PDF file San Francisco County Data 2012-21opens PDF file San Joaquin County Data 2012-21opens PDF file San Luis Obispo Co. Data 2012-21opens PDF file
San Mateo County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Santa Barbara County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Santa Clara County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Santa Cruz County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
Shasta County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Sierra County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Siskiyou County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Solano County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
Sonoma County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Stanislaus County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Sutter County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Tehama County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
Trinity County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Tulare County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Tuolumne County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Ventura County Data 2012-21opens PDF file
Yolo County Data 2012-21opens PDF file Yuba County Data 2012-21opens PDF file

 

Proposition-47Scoring Panel
In September 2018, the Board of State and Community Corrections approved a Proposition 47 Scoring Panel to read and rate proposals and develop grant award recommendations. The Scoring Panel included representation from community-based organizations, non-profits, governmental organizations and includes individuals who were impacted by the criminal justice system.

2019 Proposition 47 Scoring Panel Rosteropens PDF file


Cohort 2

In 2019, 43 public agencies responded to the Proposition 47 Cohort 2 Request for Proposals and more than $194 million was requested for the $96 million that was available. The Board of State and Community Corrections ultimately approved funding for 23 public agencies from August 2019 to May 2023. Learn more about Cohort 2 below.

 

Data Collection and Evaluation

Proposition 47 grantees are required to use data and research to drive decision-making in the development, implementation, and evaluation of projects. All grantees are required to set aside at least 5 percent (or $25,000, whichever is greater) but not more than 10 percent of their total grant award for data collection and evaluation efforts, to include the development of a Local Evaluation Plan, Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Report, and a Final Local Evaluation Report. The purpose of each report is as follows:

  • The Local Evaluation Plan describes the evaluation design or model that will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of project components. Local Evaluation Plans are due to the BSCC on December 31, 2019.
  • The Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Report assess progress towards the goals and objectives described in the original proposal. Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reports are due to the BSCC on August 15, 2021.
  • The Final Evaluation Report determines whether the overall project was effective in meeting stated goals and objectives. Final Local Evaluation Reports are due to the BSCC on May 15, 2023.

 

Awarded Grantees, Local Evaluation Plans, Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Report and Evaluators

Grantees were encouraged to work with external evaluators in the development of an evaluation approach for their projects. The plans reflect a diversity in goals and objectives, outcome measures, and research designs. In some instances, interim Local Evaluation Plans are provided to allow grantees additional time to select an evaluator.

 

 

Alameda County, Health Care Services
Alameda Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Alameda Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Resource Development Associates
Contra Costa County, Behavioral Health Services
Contra Costa Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Evaluator: Resource Development Associates
Corning, City of
Corning Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Corning Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Center for Evaluation and Research, LLC
Corona-Norco Unified School District
Coronoa-Norco Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Corona-Norco Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Strategic Partnership Schools Group
Hayward, City of
Hayward Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Hayward Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator:
Los Angeles City Attorney's Office
LA Attorney Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
LA Attorney Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: The Rand Corporation
City of Los Angeles Mayor's Office, Office of Reentry
LA Mayor Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
LA Mayor Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: The Rand Corporation
Los Angeles County Department of Health Services,
Office of Diversion and Reentry

LA Health Services Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
LA Health Services Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: MDRC
Marin County Health and Human Services
Marin Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Marin Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Marin County, Health and Human Services
Monterey County Health Department, Behavioral Health Bureau
Monterey Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Monterey Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Institute for Community Collaborative Studies, CSU, Monterey Bay
Nevada County Department of Behavioral Health
Nevada Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Nevada Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Nevada County, Department of Child Support Services
Orange County Health Care Agency
Orange Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Orange Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Urban Institute
Pasadena Unified School District
Pasadena Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Pasadena Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Strategic Partnership School Group
Placer County Health and Human Services
Placer Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Placer Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: IDEA Consulting
Plumas County District Attorney
Plumas Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Plumas Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Great Basin Accounting
San Francisco Department of Public Health
San Francisco Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
San Francisco Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Hatchuel Tabernik and Associates
Santa Ana Unified School District
Santa Ana Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Santa Ana Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: West Ed
Santa Barbara County, Office of the Public Defender
Santa Barbara Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Santa Barbara Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Resource Development Associates
Santa Clara County, Behavioral Health Department
Santa Clara Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Santa Clara Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Santa Cruz County, Probation Department
Santa Cruz Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Santa Cruz Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Shasta County, Probation Department
Shasta Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Shasta Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Siskiyou County, Health and Human Services
Siskiyou Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Siskiyou Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Dr. Susan Steiner, CSU, Chico, School of Social Work

 

Quarterly Progress Report – Attachment 2 Webinar

The BSCC provided two webinars to Proposition 47 Cohort 2 Grantees on October 28, 2019 and October 31, 2019 to provide guidance on completing the Quarterly Progress Report - Attachment 2 file. Specifically, the webinar included information on how the BSCC will be using these data, using the Excel file, and variable definitions. Recordings of both webinars are provided for your convenience.

 

Grantee Orientation

The BSCC hosted a Proposition 47 Cohort II Grantee Orientation on September 6, 2019. This one-day gathering was an opportunity to review administrative and program responsibilities, invoice reporting, data collection and evaluation, site visits preparation, and other grant related activities. The meeting agenda, video, and key PowerPoints are provided below for your convenience.

Agenda

Grant Overview and Grantee Presentations

Review of Administrative Responsibilities

Review of Fiscal Responsibilities

Review of Programmatic Responsibilities

Principles of Effective Interventions

Data Collection and Evaluation Responsibilities

Site Visit Preparation

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 


Bidders’ Conferences

The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) hosted Bidders’ Conferences to provide clarity on the Request for Proposals (RFP) instructions and to allow interested applicants to ask questions about the RFP and the RFP process.

Cohort 1

In December 2016, Bidders’ Conferences were held in Sacramento, Fresno and San Diego.

Cohort 2

In January 2019 Bidders’ Conferences were held in Sacramento and Los Angeles.


 

Publicly Accessible Data Sets: 2013-2017

The below data and information presents a sample of demographic and criminological information from publicly accessible data files. In addition to presenting summaries of information contained in the files, links to official publications and datasets have been provided. This summary is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of publicly accessible files. Relevant data are available from a number of sources and can be accessed online and through other mechanisms.

 

2013-2017 California Demographic Reference Dataopens PDF file

 

Alameda County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Alpine County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Amador County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Butte County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
Calaveras County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Colusa County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Contra Costa County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Del Norte County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
El Dorado County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Fresno County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Glenn County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Humboldt County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
Imperial County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Inyo County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Kern County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Kings County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
Lake County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Lassen County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Los Angeles County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Madera County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
Marin County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Mariposa County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Mendocino County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Merced County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
Modoc County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Mono County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Monterey County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Napa County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
Nevada County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Orange County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Placer County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Plumas County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
Riverside County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Sacramento County Data 2013-17opens PDF file San Benito County Data 2013-17opens PDF file San Bernardino County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
San Diego County Data 2013-17opens PDF file San Francisco County Data 2013-17opens PDF file San Joaquin County Data 2013-17opens PDF file San Luis Obispo Co. Data 2013-17opens PDF file
San Mateo County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Santa Barbara County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Santa Clara County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Santa Cruz County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
Shasta County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Sierra County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Siskiyou County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Solano County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
Sonoma County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Stanislaus County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Sutter County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Tehama County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
Trinity County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Tulare County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Tuolumne County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Ventura County Data 2013-17opens PDF file
Yolo County Data 2013-17opens PDF file Yuba County Data 2013-17opens PDF file

 

Proposition-47Executive Steering Committee
The Proposition 47 Executive Steering Committee was approved by the Board at its April 14, 2016 meeting. The ESC included a cross-section of subject matter experts on mental health and substance use disorder treatment, diversion programs, reentry, housing and other areas, including individuals who were directly impacted by the criminal justice system. This ESC developed the Proposition 47 Request for Proposals and made Cohort 1 funding recommendations to the Board.

ESC Membership Rosteropens WORD file , ESC Member Bios, and ESC Press Release


Cohort 1 

In 2017, 58 public agencies responded to the Proposition 47 Request for Proposals and more than $200 million was requested for the $103 million that was available. The Board of State and Community Corrections ultimately approved funding for 23 public agencies from June 2017 to August 2020.

During the first 12 months of operation many grantees experienced implementation delays that delayed the initiation of service delivery. In September 2018, the Board approved a no-cost, 12-month extension through August 2021. The extension allowed interested grantees additional time to run their programs to account for time-consuming startup activities. Nineteen grantees accepted the no-cost, 12-month extension.

Learn more about the Proposition 47 Grant Program, read the Final Evaluation Report, explore an Interactive Data Map, and view prior proposal submissions below:

 

Data Collection and Evaluation

Proposition 47 grantees are required to use data and research to drive decision-making in the development, implementation, and evaluation of projects. All grantees are required to set aside at least 5 percent (or $25,000, whichever is greater) but not more than 10 percent of their total grant award for data collection and evaluation efforts, to include the development of a Local Evaluation Plan, Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Report, and a Final Local Evaluation Report. The purpose of each report is as follows:

  • The Local Evaluation Plan describes the evaluation design or model that will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of project components. Local Evaluation Plans are due to the BSCC on November 15, 2017.
  • The Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Report assess progress towards the goals and objectives described in the original proposal. Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reports are due to the BSCC on August 15, 2019.
  • The Final Evaluation Report determines whether the overall project was effective in meeting stated goals and objectives. Final Local Evaluation Reports are due to the BSCC on September 30, 2020 or September 30, 2021,depending on whether they accepted the no-cost extension.

 

Awarded Grantees, Local Evaluation Plans, Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reports, Final Evaluation Reports and Evaluators

Below is a list of the 23 awarded grantees, links to the Local Evaluation Plans, Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Report and the names of the Evaluators. Grantees were encouraged to work with external evaluators in the development of an evaluation approach for their projects. The plans reflect a diversity in goals and objectives, outcome measures, and research designs. In some instances, interim Local Evaluation Plans are provided to allow grantees additional time to select an evaluator.

 

 

Alameda County, Health Care Services
Alameda Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Alameda Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Alameda Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Resource Development Associates
Contra Costa County, Health Services Department
Contra Costa Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Contra Costa Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Urban Institute
City of Corning
Corning Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Corning Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Corning Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Center for Evaluation and Research, LLC
El Rancho Unified School District
El Rancho Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
El Rancho Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
El Rancho Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Strategic Partnership Schools Group
Los Angeles City Attorney's Office
LA Attorney Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
LA Attorney Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
LA Attorney Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: The Rand Corporation
City of Los Angeles Mayor's Office, Office of Reentry
LA Mayor Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
LA Mayor Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
LA Mayor Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: The Rand Corporation
Los Angeles County Department of Health Services,
Office of Diversion and Reentry

LA Health Services Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
LA Health Services Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
LA County Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: MDRC
Marin County Health and Human Services
Marin Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Marin Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Marin Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Patricia Reyes, MPH
Merced County Probation Department
Merced Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Merced Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Merced Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Edward Flores, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology, University of California Merced
Monterey County Health Department, Behavioral Health Bureau
Monterey Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Monterey Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Monterey Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Institute for Community Collaborative Studies, California State University, Monterey Bay
Oceanside Unified School District
Oceanside Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Evaluator: Strategic Partnership Schools Group
Orange County Health Care Agency
Orange Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Orange Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Orange Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Urban Institute
Pasadena Police Department
Pasadena Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Pasadena Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Pasadena Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Public Works, Inc.
Placer County Health and Human Services
Placer Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Placer Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Placer Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: IDEA Consulting
Plumas County District Attorney
Plumas Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Plumas Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Plumas Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: High Sierra Grants
City of Rialto
Rialto Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Rialto Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Rialto Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Larry Gaines, Ph.D., Chair of the Criminal Justice Department, California State University, San Bernardino
Riverside University Health System, Behavioral Health
Riverside Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file :
Riverside Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Riverside Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Claremont Graduate University
San Bernardino County Department of Public Health
San Bernardino Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
San Bernardino Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
San Bernardino Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: John Reitzel, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, California State University, San Bernardino
San Diego County
San Diego Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
San Diego Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
San Diego Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: San Diego Association of Governments, Criminal Justice Research Division
San Francisco Department of Public Health
San Francisco Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
San Francisco Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
San Francisco Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Hatchuel Tabernik and Associates
San Joaquin County, Behavioral Health Services
San Joaquin Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
San Joaquin Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
San Joaquin Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Behavioral Health Center of Excellence, University of California Davis
Solano County Health & Social Services
Solano Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Solano Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Solano Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Nena Messina, Ph.D./CEO Envisioning Justice Solutions, Inc.
Yolo County Health and Human Services
Yolo Local Evaluation Planopens PDF file
Yolo Two-Year Preliminary Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Yolo Final Evaluation Reportopens PDF file
Evaluator: Resource Development Associates

 

Final Local Evaluation Report Webinar

The BSCC provided a webinar to Proposition 47 Cohort 1 grantees on April 12, 2021 to provide guidance on completing the Final Local Evaluation Report. Recording of the webinar is provided for your convenience.

Final Local Evaluation Report Webinar

 

Publicly Accessible Data Sets: 2011-2015

The below data and information presents a sample of demographic and criminological information from publicly accessible data files. In addition to presenting summaries of information contained in the files, links to official publications and datasets have been provided. This summary is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of publicly accessible files. Relevant data are available from a number of sources and can be accessed online and through other mechanisms.

2011-2015 California Demographic Reference Data - PDF

 

Alameda County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Alpine County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Amador County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Butte County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
Calaveras County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Colusa County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Contra Costa County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Del Norte County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
El Dorado County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Fresno County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Glenn County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Humboldt County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
Imperial County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Inyo County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Kern County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Kings County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
Lake County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Lassen County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Los Angeles County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Madera County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
Marin County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Mariposa County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Mendocino County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Merced County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
Modoc County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Mono County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Monterey County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Napa County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
Nevada County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Orange County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Placer County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Plumas County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
Riverside County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Sacramento County Data 2011-15opens PDF file San Benito County Data 2011-15opens PDF file San Bernardino County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
San Diego County Data 2011-15opens PDF file San Francisco County Data 2011-15opens PDF file San Joaquin County Data 2011-15opens PDF file San Luis Obispo Co. Data 2011-15opens PDF file
San Mateo County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Santa Barbara County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Santa Clara County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Santa Cruz County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
Shasta County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Sierra County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Siskiyou County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Solano County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
Sonoma County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Stanislaus County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Sutter County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Tehama County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
Trinity County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Tulare County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Tuolumne County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Ventura County Data 2011-15opens PDF file
Yolo County Data 2011-15opens PDF file Yuba County Data 2011-15opens PDF file

 

The BSCC has developed a Proposition 47 inbox to respond to any questions and to accept public comments. The email address for the inbox is Prop47@bscc.ca.govcreate new email. BSCC staff requests that all communication be submitted in writing at this time. If you would like to provide public comment, please use the Prop 47 inbox to provide your input and include the words “public comment” in the subject line.

Cohort 1 Award Recommendation List SACRAMENTO (May 30, 2017) – The Executive Steering Committee charged with ranking Prop 47 proposals made its final recommendations May 30, 2017. The BSCC approved these recommendations at its June 8, 2017 meeting. Prop 47 Award Recommendation Ranked Listopens PDF file .
Regional Meetings The BSCC hosted six Regional Meetings throughout California in response to widespread interest in how expected state savings might be reinvested to reduce recidivism among the state’s low-level offenders. These were held on October 28, 2015 in Oakland, on January 25, 2016 in Fresno, on January 26, 2017 in San Bernardino County, on January 27, 2016 in Los Angeles,  on January 28, 2016 in San Diego and on June 23, 2016 in Sacramento. These meetings were open to the public in order to provide public comment.  A summary of the public comment will be provided to the Prop 47 ESC and the Board.  You can view the videos from the BSCC's Regional Meetings by selecting the links below: Public Comments Synopsis of Public Commentsopens PDF file The five highest priorities for Prop 47 spending as expressed through public comment at the Regional Meetings are:
  • Community based treatment/not in custody treatment
  • Mental health/substance use treatment and counseling
  • Stable, affordable housing
  • Diversion
  • Job Training

  Cohort 2 Bidders’ Conferences In January 2019, the Board of State and Community Corrections held Proposition 47 Bidders’ Conferences in Sacramento at the BSCC and in Los Angeles at the Ronald F. Deaton Civic Auditorium. These conferences provided clarity on the Request for Proposals (RFP) instructions and allowed interested applicants to ask questions about the RFP and the RFP process. January 24, 2019 Prop 47 Bidder’s Conference Livestream*opens AUDIO file *Due to technical difficulties, audio quality in the video is poor until the 43:28 mark. As an alternative, the audio recording is provided below. Audio recording of January 24, 2019 Sacramento Bidders’ Conference   Cohort 1 Bidders’ Conferences The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) hosted Bidders’ Conferences in Sacramento, Fresno and San Diego the week of December 12, 2016. These conferences were held to provide clarity on the Request for Proposals (RFP) instructions and to respond to technical questions. December 12, 2016 Sacramento Bidders’ Conference Livestream