Juvenile Probation Commission Meeting Information

As authorized by California Government Code Section 54953(e) and Mayor Breed’s 45th Supplement to her February 25, 2020 emergency proclamation, it is possible that some members of the Juvenile Probation Commission may attend this meeting remotely.  In that event, those members will participate and vote by video.  Members of the public may attend the meeting to observe and provide public comment at the physical meeting location or online noted below.  Instructions for providing remote public comment are below.
 

The next Juvenile Probation Full Commission meeting will be held in-person on Wednesday, July 13, 2022, at City Hall, One Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Hearing Room 408, beginning at 5:30 p.m.  
This is a hybrid meeting where members of the public may attend in person or online:   
WATCH: https://bit.ly/3OLV7qZ
LISTEN/PUBLIC COMMENT CALL-IN:  +1-415-655-0001
ACCESS CODE: 2495 398 2768
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PUBLIC COMMENT CALLERS
1. Press #.
2. When the Secretary calls for public comment dial "*3" to be added to the speaker line (follow prompts).
3. When the system message indicates your line is unmuted, and after you hear a tone, you may begin your public comment.
4. You will have 3 minutes to provide your comments.
5. Once your 3 minutes have ended you will be moved out of the speaker line and back to listening as a meeting participant.
6. Participants who wish to provide public comment on other agenda items may stay on the meeting line and listen for the Secretary’s prompt. Address the Commission as a whole, do not address individual Commissioners.
 

The next Program Committee meeting will be held remotely on Tuesday, July 19, 2022, beginning at 4 p.m.  
WATCH: tbd
LISTEN/PUBLIC COMMENT CALL-IN:  +1-415-655-0001
ACCESS CODE: tbd
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PUBLIC COMMENT CALLERS
1. Press #.
2. When the Secretary calls for public comment dial "*3" to be added to the speaker line (follow prompts).
3. When the system message indicates your line is unmuted, and after you hear a tone, you may begin your public comment.
4. You will have 3 minutes to provide your comments.
5. Once your 3 minutes have ended you will be moved out of the speaker line and back to listening as a meeting participant.
6. Participants who wish to provide public comment on other agenda items may stay on the meeting line and listen for the Secretary’s prompt. Address the Commission as a whole, do not address individual Commissioners.

 

The policies and processes of the Juvenile Probation Department (Youth Guidance Center) of the City and County of San Francisco are overseen and guided by the Juvenile Probation Commission. The Commission consists of seven members appointed by the Mayor, two of whom are referred by the Superior Courts. The members serve staggered four-year terms.
Juvenile Probation Commissioners, as of June 8, 2022

Margaret Brodkin, President
Julia Cervantes, Vice President
Joseph Arellano
Linda Martley-Jordan
Johanna Lacoe
Toye Moses
James Spingola


Committees (Chairs listed first), as of June 8, 2022:

Finance
Joseph Arellano
open seat

Program
Johanna Lacoe
Linda Martley-Jordan
James Spingola


Explanatory documents referred to in the agendas are denoted by links in blue (click on it)

If you would like to be added to an email queue for agenda notices, please send an email request to:
Pauline.Silva-Re@sfgov.org, or (415) 753-7870.

Please check meeting notice site for full agendas.

Note*** Minutes of the various Commission meetings are posted in draft form, in order to meet the legal deadlines for publishing them (within ten [10] days of the meeting). They are not finalized and approved until the next meeting of that particular body. If modifications are called for then, they are made to the previously posted copy.

Full Commission
Finance Committee
Program Committee
Ad Hoc Committee Retreat
Ad Hoc Committee Communications Task Force

Disability Access: The hearing room is wheelchair accessible.  Ramps are available at the Grove, Van Ness and McAllister entrances.
Disability Accommodation: Assistive listening devices, real time captioning, sign language interpreters, readers, large print agendas or other accommodations are available upon request.
Language Assistance: An interpreter for a specific item during the meeting is available upon request.

Please make your requests for disability access/accommodation or language assistance to the Commission Secretary Pauline Silva-Re (415) 753-7870, or by email at:
Pauline.Silva-Re@sfgov.org at least 72 hours prior to the meeting.