CalVIP RFP Will Be Released Again to Allocate Surplus

June 9, 2022
  CalVIP RFP Will Be Released Again to Allocate Surplus SACRAMENTO (June 9, 2022) – A record $156 million in state funding for grants focused on reducing violence in communities across California was awarded today by the Board of State and Community Corrections. A sizeable surplus remains for reallocation. Because $53 million of the total Read More »

First Analysis of Prop 47 Grant Program Shows Recidivism Reduction

May 3, 2022
  First Analysis of Prop 47 Grant program Shows Recidivism Reduction SACRAMENTO – An analysis of program participation for the Board of State and Community Corrections’ Proposition 47 grant program shows reduced recidivism rates among formerly incarcerated people who received support services such as mental health and substance-use disorder treatment. The outcome study of the Read More »

Notice of Proposed Action – Title 15 Minimum Standards for Local Detention Facilities

March 4, 2022
  Notice of Proposed Action – Title 15 Minimum Standards for Local Detention Facilities SACRAMENTO (March 4, 2022) – The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) hereby gives notice of the proposed regulatory action(s) described in this public notice.  It is the intent of the BSCC to amend regulations contained in Title 15, Division Read More »

BSCC Seeks Committee Members to Revise Juvenile Regulations

February 10, 2022
  BSCC Seeks Committee Members to Revise Juvenile Regulations SACRAMENTO (Feb. 10, 2022) – The Board of State and Community Corrections is seeking people with subject matter, lived and professional experience to help revise regulations governing the operation and design of local juvenile detention facilities. As the BSCC launches the regulation revision process, it will Read More »

BSCC Releasing Two RFPs Supporting Treatment and Reentry Services

February 10, 2022
  BSCC Releasing Two RFPs Supporting Treatment and Reentry Services SACRAMENTO (Feb. 10, 2022) – The Board of State and Community Corrections voted today to release two Requests for Proposals for more than $200 million in grants aimed at reducing recidivism and helping people transition back to the community after incarceration. The Adult Reentry Grant Read More »