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August 7, 2013

Full Panel - August 7, 2013

JUSTICE & COURAGE OVERSIGHT PANEL
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
9 am – 11 am
City Hall, Room 408
San Francisco, CA 94102

AGENDA
NOTE: Public comment will be heard before or after each item. Individuals have 2 minutes for comment per issue.
I. CALL TO ORDER/AGENDA CHANGES ACTION
ACTION: To approve the agenda.


II. APPROVAL OF MINUTES ACTION
ACTION: To approve minutes from the June 5, 2013 Meeting.
III. REPORTS DISCUSSION/ACTION

A. Department Updates ALL

B. Committee on Housing for Survivors of Domestic Violence Dion Roberts

C. JUS.T.I.S. Governance Council Dr. Emily Murase

Report from June 27, 2013 and July 25, 2013 meetings.
Next meeting: August 22, 2013, 9:30-11:30 am

D. Family Violence Council Beverly Upton
Next meeting: Wednesday, August 21, 2013, 3 - 5 pm, 400 McAllister St., Room 617.

E. Batterer Accountability Dr. Antonio Ramirez

F. Current Issues in Domestic Violence ALL

IV. OLD BUSINESS DISCUSSION

A. Officer Involved Domestic Violence Policy Beverly Upton

B. SF Workplace Policy on Domestic Violence Dr. Emily Murase

V. NEW BUSINESS DISCUSSION/ACTION

A. Scheduling Department Head Meetings ALL

1. Meeting with Police Chief Greg Suhr scheduled

a) Officer-Involved DV Policy
b) Ongoing Training
c) Language Access Update
d) Dominant Aggressor Training
e) Staffing and Configuration of New Unit
2. Meeting with District Attorney Gascon scheduled

a) New DV Unit (capacity)--
Update on Statistics for Filings, Cases Tried, Convictions, Restraining Order Violation Cases (when no new violence)
b) Language Access
c) Cultural Competency
d) Responses to Public Defender's Strategies
e) Child Sex Trafficking
f) Treatment of new offenses for persons on probation/parole (new filing vs. revocation of probation)
g) Stalking Cases
3. Meeting with Adult Probation Chief Wendy Still scheduled

a) Batterer Intervention Program Certification
b) Training for Officers
c) Recidivism
d) Cultural Competency: Asian Language and LGBT Issues
e) BIP programs and their capacity to address the issues of females convicted of battering
B. Data Collection

VI. PUBLIC COMMENT DISCUSSION
This item allows members of the public to comment generally on matters within the Oversight Panel’s purview as well as to suggest agenda items for future consideration.

VI. ADJOURNMENT ACTION 

Justice & Courage Oversight Panel
2013 Quarterly Meeting Schedule:
Wednesdays, 9 – 11 am; City Hall, Room 408

November 6, 2013

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