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Juvenile Probation Commission
City Hall, Room 400
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102
5:30 pm., Wednesday, January 26, 2000


1.           Roll Call
2.           Review of October 27, and November 17, 1999 meeting minutes (ACTION)
3. Chief Probation Officer’s Report:                               (DISCUSSION)
a. Status reports
b. Highlights of Nov/Dec 1999
b. Emerging Issues/upcoming events
4. Discussion/Action Items:
a. Presentation of commendation to former Commissioner Terry Landini-Brennan.
b. Consideration of, and possible action on Program Committee’s recommendation to contract with the American Justice Institute in the amount of $179,000 for the continued implementation of ProDes.                                          (ACTION)
c. Discusssion on the "Criminalization of Youth." For example, Prop 21 (the Wilson juvenile crime initiative).                                          (DISCUSSION)
d. Proposal for revised contracting process. (DISCUSSION)
e. Discussion of election of officers.            (DISCUSSION)
5.          Public Comment on any matter within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Juvenile Probation Commission.
6. Unfinished business                                (DISCUSSION)
7. New business                               (DISCUSSION)
8. Adjournment                                          (ACTION)

(Documents relating to agenda items are available for public review in the JPC office, by Jan. 24. Please call the office to make arrangements.)

                                                                                                               Jan. 24, 2000
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