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***The Construction Financing Programs (SB 81, AB 900, SB 1022) have moved to the Corrections Planning and Programs (CPP) Division Services page***

 

AB 900 Local Jail Construction Financing Program

On May 3, 2007, the Public Safety and Offender Rehabilitation Services Act of 2007 (also known and referred to as AB 900), became law.  Up to $1.2 billion (in two phases) was authorized in lease-revenue bond financing for county jail construction.


AB 900 Legislation

Construction Financing Program Title 15 Regulations - PDF

AB 900 Awards

  • AB 900 Phase I & II Status Update — August 22, 2013 - PDF
  • AB900 Phase II Awards — Updated January 16, 2014 - PDF
  • AB900 Phase I Awards — Updated December 9, 2013 - PDF

AB 900 Bulletins



  • AB900 Bulletin 08-LJCFP 01 - PDF
  • AB900 Bulletin 08-LJCFP 02 - PDF
  • AB900 Bulletin 10-LJCFP 03 - PDF
  • AB900 Bulletin 08-LJCFP 04 - PDF
  • AB900 Bulletin 10-LJCFP 05 - PDF

State Public Works Board Archives

County Resources

  • SPWB-CDCR Lease-Revenue Bond Agreements Graphic - PDF
  • SPWB Guidelines – PDF
  • County Due Diligence Checklist - Revised January 2009 - PDF
  • AB900 Phase II Request for Applications - Issued October 7, 2011, Background - PDF
  • AB900 Phase II Interest Statement - October 21. 2011 - Word
  • AB900 Phase II Application - Due January 11, 2012 - PDF
  • AB900 Phase II RFA Process - Interest Statements Submitted  and  Applications Requested From Counties -PDF
  • AB900 Phase II Applications Received By January 11, 2012 - PDF
  • AB900 Phase II Jail Construction Funding Executive Steering Committee Meeting Minutes — August 1, 2011 - PDF
  • AB900 Phase I 2009 Edition - Request for Proposals Issued - July 21, 2009 - PDF
  • AB900 Phase I 2009 Edition Proposal Form Due October 8, 2009 - PDF
  • AB900 Phase I Request for Proposals Issued December 20, 2007- PDF
  • AB900 Phase I Proposal Form Due March 18, 2008 - PDF

 

SB 1022 Adult Local Criminal Justice Facilities Construction

On June 27, 2012, the Adult Local Criminal Justice Facilities Construction Program became law (also known and referred to as SB 1022). Up to $500 million was authorized in lease revenue bond financing for the acquisition, design, and construction of adult local criminal justice facilities.

SB 1022 Legislation

Construction Financing Program Title 15 Regulations - PDF

SB 1022 Conditional Awards List - March 19, 2014 - PDF

County Resources

  • SPWB Guidelines – PDF
  • SB 1022 County Presentations to the Executive Steering Committee - Agenda - PDF
  • SB 1022 County Presentation Schedule - PDF
  • CSSA 2013 Correctiona/Court Security Seminar Presentation - Se.ptember 24, 2013 - PDF
  • County Due Diligence Checklist - July 18, 2013 - PDF
  • SB 1022 Proposals -- One-page Snapshot of Proposals Received - PDF
  • SB 1022 Proposal Summaries - PDF
  • SB 1022 Bidder's Conference Q&A - August 12, 2013 - PDF
  • SB 1022 Bidder’s Conference Sign-In Sheet - PDF
  • RFP background - PDF
  • Proposal Form - Word
  • Proposal Evaluation Rater Training - PDF
  • Agenda - PDF
  • Real Estate Due Diligence Preference Criterion checklist - PDF
  • Authorization of Project Documents preference criterion - See the AB 900 Jail Construction Contractual Agreements on the AB 900 portion of this webpage for forms of the agreements to be used in the SB 1022 process.
  • SB 1022 Meeting Minutes - March 18, 2013 - PDF
  • SB 1022 ESC Briefing Workbook - PDF

State Public Works Board Archives

 

 

SB 81 Local Youthful Offender Rehabilitative Facilities Construction

On August 24, 2007, SB 81 (also known and referred to as the Local Youthful Offender Rehabilitative Facility Construction Financing Program) became law (as authorized by certain provisions of Senate Bill 81, Chapter 175, and Statutes of 2007). The purpose of this financing program is to support the rehabilitation of youthful offenders at the local level. As such, pursuant to the legislative intent of SB 81, rehabilitation must be a core component of the operational philosophy of the facility subject to construction, expansion or renovation. SB 81 authorized $100 million in lease-revenue bond financing authority. In October 2010, AB 1628 added $200 million in lease-revenue bond financing authority to this construction financing program.

SB 81 Legislation

SB81 Round 2 – Executive Steering Committee

  • Timeline of Key Events - PDF

SB 81 Awards

  • SB81 Project Status Update - PDF
  • SB81 Local Youthful Offender Rehabilitative Facilities Conditional Awards Updated November 14, 2013 - PDF
  • SB81 Proposal Summaries - PDF
  • SB81 Executive Steering Committee Members - PDF
     

SB 81 General Program Documents

  • SPWB Guidelines – PDF
  • County Due Diligence Checklist — Rev. 01/09 updated 04/09 - PDF
  • SPWB-CDCR Lease-Revenue Bond Agreements Graphic - PDF

SB 81 Bulletins

  • SB81 Bulletin 08-LYORF 01 - PDF
  • SB81 Bulletin 09-SB 81-01 - PDF
  • SB81 Bulletin 10-LYORF 02 - PDF
  • SB81 Bulletin 11-LYORF 03 - PDF
  • SB81 Bulletin 11-LYORF 04 - PDF

State Public Works Board Archives

County Resources

  • SB81 Request for Proposals Issued July 15, 2008 -  PDF
  • SB81 Proposal Form Due January 6, 2009 - PDF

Status Offenders and Federal Youth

2014 Letter - PDF

2014 Annual Survey: Non-Delinquents Held in Juvenile Detention Facilities - Word | PDF

2014 Status Offender and Non Offender Detention Report
General Information - PDF
Form - Word | PDF
Instructions - PDF

2014 Valid Court Order Exception Checklist
General Information - PDF
Form - Word | PDF

2014 Federal Youth Detention Report
General Information - PDF
Form - Word | PDF
Instructions - PDF

Prior Calendar Year 2013 Information and Forms - View Link

Youth in Adult Detention Facilities

  • Training Video - View
  • Minors in Detention Training Video Companion Workbook, PDF
  • 2014 Letter to Sheriffs, Chief of Police & Law Enforcement Agency Commanders, PDF
  • 2014 Survey of Law Enforcement Facilities WordPDF
  • 2014 Monthly Report on the Detention of Minors Form, Word | PDF
  • 2014 Monthly Report on the Detention of Minors Instructions, PDF
  • Information Relative to Minors in Detention, PDF
  • Non Secure Detention Log (updated January 2014), Excel | PDF
  • Secure Detention Log (updated January 2014),  Excel | PDF

Prior Calendar Year 2013 Forms:

  • 2013 Survey of Law Enforcement Facilities Word | PDF
  • 2013 Monthly Report on the Detention of Minors Form, Word | PDF

Questions, contact your Field Representative or FSO Analyst at analyst@bscc.ca.gov or (916) 323-9704.

Juvenile Probation and Camps Funding Program (JPCF)

The JPCF Program replaces the Comprehensive Youth Services Act, which provided federal dollars to county probation departments, beginning in  1997-99, through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program.  Counties used these federal dollars to fund services and programs across the continuum of options, from prevention/early intervention through custody.

All funds allocated to counties through the JPCF Program are intended to support the delivery of services authorized by the enabling legislation.  There are 23 categories of services eligible for expenditures.  The Juvenile Probation portion of this program is administered by the State Controller’s Office while the Camp Funding portion of this program is administered by the Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC).

Camp Specific Funding Information by Fiscal Year (FY)
 

With the movement of funding in FY2012/2013 to the Enhanced Local Law Enforcement Services Account, payment will be processed by the State Controller’s Office via Electronic Fund Transfer. In addition to the spreadsheet showing allotment below, you can view the payments at SCO’s website.

Beginning July 2013, the Camp Eligibility Form will remain valid until a change in camp(s) status requires updating and payments will be made on a monthly basis.

  • August 27, 2013 Letter, PDF
  • Camp Eligibility Form (valid 7/1/13 until change in camp status). Word
  • Camp Population Report Form. Complete Monthly by the 10th of the following month. Excel
  • Camp Funding Disbursement View Link

For additional information on the JPCF Camp Funding Portion of the Program, please contact FSO Report Analyst at (916) 323-9704; Camp@bscc.ca.gov

Adult Detention Facilities

Adult Title 15 Regulation Revisions (strike out and underline) 2010 - PDF

Adult Title 15 Regulation Revisions Summary of Proposed Changes to 2010 Adult Title 15 Regulations - PDF

Form of Contractual Documents for Facilities Financing Programs (NE

On December 13, 2013 the State Public Works Board adopted resolution approving form of agreements below marked with an asterisk (*). Furthermore, in order to facilitate timely delivery of projects, the State Public Works Board delegated the Executive Director or Deputy Directors of the Board to execute and deliver agreements per delegation.

Adult Facilities  

  • BSCC Jail Construction Agreement (Design-Bid-Build) - January 28, 2014 – PDF
  • BSCC Jail Construction Agreement (Design-Bid-Build) - January 28, 2014 – PDF 
  • *Project Delivery and Construction Agreement (Design-Bid-Build) – December 13, 2013 – PDF
  • *Project Delivery and Construction Agreement (Design-Build) - December 13, 2013 – PDF
  • *Ground Lease - December 13, 2013 – PDF
  • *Easement Agreement - December 13, 2013 – PDF
  • *Right of Entry for Construction - December 13, 2013 – PDF
  • Facility Sublease – PDF
  • Certificate for Matching Funds – PDF

Youthful Offender Facilities

  • BSCC Jail Construction Agreement (Design-Bid-Build) - January 28, 2014 – PDF
  • BSCC Jail Construction Agreement (Design-Build) - January 28, 2014 – PDF
  • *Project Delivery and Construction Agreement (Design-Bid-Build) – December 13, 2013 – PDF
  • *Project Delivery and Construction Agreement (Design-Build) - December 13, 2013 – PDF
  • *Ground Lease - December 13, 2013 – PDF
  • *Easement Agreement - December 13, 2013 – PDF
  • *Right of Entry for Construction - December 13, 2013 – PDF
  • Facility Sublease – PDF
  • Certificate for Matching Funds – PDF PENDING