Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Juvenile Justice Realignment; Senate Bill 823; Juvenile Detention; Juvenile Incarceration; Community Placement
New legislation (Senate Bill 823) in the State of California, to realign the serious felony juvenile offender population from state facilities to county facilities, will go into effect July 1, 2021 (SB823, 2020). County probation departments will now be faced with determining how to provide adequate programming to a new population type of serious offender that includes adults in the age range of 18 to 25 years old. This places pressure on smaller county agencies to either find a cost-effective solution to modify their current facilities and programs or send this population to other county agencies. This research project analyzes the impact of SB823 on a sample of smaller counties.
Patri, Stewart, "Juvenile Justice Realignment: A policy analysis of California Senate Bill 823" (2021). Master's Projects. 1037.