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Juvenile Probation Commission
City Hall, Room 400
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
5:30 pm Wednesday, April 26, 2000


1.           (ACTION) Roll Call
2.           (ACTION) Review of March 10& 22, 2000 meeting minutes
3. Commendatory: Acknowledgment for Comm. Anna Shimko
4. (DISCUSSION) Chief Probation Officer’s Report:
a. Special report: Status of Juvenile Hall replacement project/introduction of Joanne Chow Winship
b. Status Reports
1. Operating Budget -FY 99-00
2. Operating Budget -FY 00-01
3. Youth Reception and Mayor’s Summit for Women
c. Highlights: Convening of Research Coordinating Group
d. Emerging Issues/Upcoming Events
1. Take Our Daughters to Work Day, 4/27/00
2. Youth Media Exchange Day at Juvenile Hall, 4/29/00
**explanatory document: monthly report for March.

5.          (ACTION) Consideration and possible action to approve the recommendation of the Program Committee to contract for the following TANF program services:
a.          Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center, for Life Skills Workshops/Tech Assistance
b.          Bay Area Legal Aid, for legal services/referrals
c.          CARECEN, for tattoo removal and case management
d.          Community Boards, for victim offender reconciliation
e.          Edgewood Children’s Center, for case management, kinship support, respite care
f.          Girls After School Academy, for education and prevention services
g.          Girls 2000, for family support and case management for girls
h.          Instituto Familiar De La Raza, for intensive home based supervision and "La Cultura Cura" Project
i.          Morrisania West, for employment readiness program
j.          National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship, for entrepreneurship program at Log Cabin Ranch.
k.          Richmond District Neighborhood Center, for after school services
l.          Special Services For Groups, for occupational therapy training program
**Explanatory documents: Annual assessment of TANF programs

6. (DISCUSSION) Beacon Centers’ and their relationship to the Department’s work.
Sam Peha, Administrative Director, SF Beacon Initiative
7.          (DISCUSSION) Public Comment on any matter within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Juvenile Probation Commission.
8. (DISCUSSION) Announcements, requests for future agenda items.
9. (ACTION) Adjournment

** Explanatory documents: Copies of explanatory documents listed in this agenda, and other related materials received by the Probation Commission after the posting of this agenda, can be obtained from the Commission office by April 24, or at the Commission meeting. Please call the office to make arrangements.)                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                        April 19, 2000
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