Government Code Section §§ 30061 and Welfare and Institutions Code Section §§ 1961, as amended by AB 1998 (Ch. 880, Statutes of 2016), combined and establish the planning and reporting requirements under the Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act (JJCPA) and the Youthful Offender Block Grant (YOBG) programs.
JJCPA-YOBG Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Background Information on JJCPA & YOBG
The JJCPA program provides state funding for probation departments to implement programs that have proven effective in reducing crime and delinquency among at-risk youth and youthful offenders.
The YOBG program provides state funding for counties to deliver custody and care (i.e., appropriate rehabilitative and supervisory services) to youthful offenders who previously would have been committed to the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation, Division of Juvenile Justice.
Annual Reporting Due Dates
Due by May 1 of each fiscal year:
- JJCPA-YOBG Plans that combine all required information for each of the two programs into one consolidated document.
- All County submitted 2018-19 plans received by the BSCC can be accessed here.
Due by October 1 of each fiscal year:
- A JJCPA-YOBG Year-end Report that provides expenditure detail for both JJCPA and YOBG as well as specified county-wide juvenile offender data
- County Submitted 2018 JJCPA-YOBG Expenditure and Data Reports can be accessed here.
- JJCPA-YOBG 2018 Expenditure and Data Report Template - Excel
- JJCPA-YOBG 2018 Year-End Reporting Process - Word
- JCPSS Reporting Standards Glossary - PDF
- JJCPA-YOBG Annual Plan Template 2019 - PDF
- JJCPA-YOBG Annual Report to the Legislature, 2018 - PDF
- 2017 JJCPA-YOBG Expenditure and Data Reports - Link
- 2017-18 County JJCPA-YOBG Plans - Link