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To be held at Youth Guidance Center Cafeteria
375 Woodside Ave
San Francisco, CA 94127

5:30 pm Wednesday, March 27, 2002


1. (ACTION) Roll Call
2. (ACTION) Review and approval of February 27, 2002 meeting minutes
(public comments)
3. (DISCUSSION) Chief Probation Officer’s Report: **explanatory document: monthly report for Feb ’02.
a.          Status report on Juvenile Hall replacement project
b.          Status report on Fiscal yr 02-03 budget process
c.          Highlights from last Commission meeting to present
· Report on the Casey Foundation Conference in Portland, Oregon 1/23-1/26/02
· Tour by Coleman Advocates and Mayor’s Criminal Justice Council 3/12/02
· Tour by Commissioner Rolando Bonilla 3/12/02
· Budget Hearing - Board of Supervisors Public Works and Public Protection Committee 3/19/02
· Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council Meeting on AB 1913 3/20/02
· Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative Stakeholders Meeting 3/20/02
· Juvenile Probation Department Management Retreat 3/22/02
d.          Special report
· Update on San Francisco Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative
(public comments)
4. Public comment on any matter within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Juvenile Probation Commission.
5. (ACTION) Motion to retroactively approve the acceptance and expenditure of $120,778.00 from the Board of Corrections for STC training. **explanatory document: Resolution to accept&expend funds.
6. (ACTION) Review of the protocols for the LogCabin Ranch School Advisory Committee
(public comments)
7. (ACTION) Consideration and possible action to approve Dept. anti harassment policy/procedures for detained youth. ** explanatory document: proposed policy/procedures paper
(public comments)
8. (DISCUSSION) Committee Chair Reports
· Program Committee: report on the discussions of held in meeting of Mar. 19, 2002
· Finance Committee:
· Personnel Committee:
(public comments)
9. Public comment on any matter within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Juvenile Probation Commission
10. (DISCUSSION) Announcements, requests for future agenda items.
11. (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 March 25. Please call the office to make arrangements.)                     
March 20, 2002


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