Juvenile Hall Multi-Purpose Facility Initial Study/Negative Declaration

Notice of Availability and Notice of Intent to Adopt a Negative Declaration


 

Chief Probation Officer
Brent Cardall

OUR VISION

Our vision is to provide effective and innovative services while improving lives and creating a healthier and safer community.

OUR MISSION

To provide public safety and foster behavioral change.

OUR VALUES

  • Commitment to community protection and service
  • Commitment to supporting the needs of families
  • Commitment to staff development, training and support
  • Diversity
  • Integrity
  • Empowerment of staff to promote respectful and forthright communication
  • Recognition of the potential for positive change in all people
  • Recognition that staff are the department's most valuable resource
  • Respect and support the dignity of all individuals

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NO MORE JUVENILE FEES

Under a new California law (SB 190), counties cannot charge

fees to parents and guardians with youth in the juvenile

delinquency system beginning January 1, 2018.

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What cannot be charged?

Under the new law, families with youth in juvenile court cannot be charged:

Detention fees

Food, clothing, personal supplies, or medical care in juvenile hall or any

other detention facility

Lawyer fees

Public defender or court-appointed lawyer

Electronic monitoring fees

Ankle monitors or any other GPS tracking device

Probation and home supervision fees

For the period of probation monitoring

Drug testing fees

Court-ordered drug testing and results

If you are charged any of these fees starting January 1, 2018, or

have questions about a bill you got from the county after your

child was arrested, contact the county department that sent the

bill and your child’s court-appointed lawyer immediately.

What can still be charged?

Restitution

Payment to crime victims

Restitution fines

Fixed amount to a state restitution fund

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If you owe restitution or fees, for your convenience you may now pay either by:

- ATM or credit card by either calling (530)668-8668 or by coming to any Probation office site or the Yolo County Collections (YCCS) office.  See 'Contact Us' for office locations.
- In person by cash, check or money order at any probation office site or the YCCS.
- By mail sent to an probation office site or the YCCS.

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QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, AND SUGGESTIONS?
EMAIL

Juvenile Record Seal 

Citizen's Complaint Form

Information previously provided in the Yolo County Services Guide can now be found in the YoloLINK Community Database & Directory at www.yololink.org under the Commonly Searched Services link.

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