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File #: 19-0622    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 4/9/2019 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 4/30/2019 Final action: 4/30/2019
Title: Probation Department recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 064-2019 amending the Authorized Personnel Allocation Resolution and approving a Reduction in Force as a result of the previously authorized closure of the Juvenile Hall located in Placerville, effective June 30, 2019. Recommended Reduction in Force includes; one full-time equivalent (1.0 FTE) Administrative Secretary (2.0 FTE filled), one full-time equivalent (1.0 FTE) Assistant Superintendent - Institutions (2.0 FTE filled), three full-time equivalent (3.0 FTE) Correctional Cooks (4.0 FTE, 3.0 FTE filled), fifteen full-time equivalent (15.0 FTE) Deputy Probation Officer - Institutions (28.0 FTE, 20.0 FTE filled), three full-time equivalent (3.0 FTE) Supervising Deputy Probation Officer - Institutions (8.0 FTE filled). (Est. Time: 10 Min.) FUNDING: Reduction in General Fund costs.
Attachments: 1. A - Resolution, 2. B - Counsel Route Sheet, 3. Executed Resolution 064-2019
Related files: 19-0170, 19-1042, 19-0875, 19-0874
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Probation Department recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 064-2019 amending the Authorized Personnel Allocation Resolution and approving a Reduction in Force as a result of the previously authorized closure of the Juvenile Hall located in Placerville, effective June 30, 2019.

Recommended Reduction in Force includes; one full-time equivalent (1.0 FTE) Administrative Secretary (2.0 FTE filled), one full-time equivalent (1.0 FTE) Assistant Superintendent - Institutions (2.0 FTE filled), three full-time equivalent (3.0 FTE) Correctional Cooks (4.0 FTE, 3.0 FTE filled), fifteen full-time equivalent (15.0 FTE) Deputy Probation Officer - Institutions (28.0 FTE, 20.0 FTE filled), three full-time equivalent (3.0 FTE) Supervising Deputy Probation Officer - Institutions (8.0 FTE filled). (Est. Time: 10 Min.)

FUNDING: Reduction in General Fund costs.
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
Prior action by the Board to close the 1971 Juvenile Hall in Placerville and consolidate juvenile detention operations in South Lake Tahoe necessitates a reduction in force to levels consistent with the closure. The South Lake Tahoe Juvenile Treatment Center is a newer facility, opened in 2004, currently in compliance with CA Title 24 facility standards. A significant factor contributing to the decision to close the Juvenile Hall is average daily population (ADP). The measured ADP in El Dorado County has experienced a steady decline and has stabilized at levels demonstrating a decreased long-term need for facility beds.

In addition to the decrease in ADP, there is an increasing need for a detention facility that serves the various Evidence-Based Programming and treatment needs of youth by supporting innovative and state of the art interventions performed by the Probation Department staff. Neither facility currently operated by El Dorado County fully meets the space needs of the Probation Department or the programming needs of the youth served in bo...

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