BSCC Data Dashboards
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The purpose of this dashboard is to provide participant and outcome information for Cohort 2 of the ARG Warm Handoff & Reentry Services grant funded projects. The Cohort 2 service period began on July 1, 2021 and ends February 28, 2025. This ARG Program provides funding for community-based organizations to deliver warm handoff reentry services for people who were formerly incarcerated in state prisons. For detailed information about the ARG Program, visit the following webpage: https://www.bscc.ca.gov/s_argrant/.
The purpose of this dashboard is to provide updates on the use of Proposition 47 funds to offer mental health services, substance use disorder services, diversion programs, and other support services by Cohort 2 grantees. The dashboard provides data at the state level and for individual grantees.
The purpose of this dashboard is to provide information on the use of Proposition 47 Cohort 1 funds to offer mental health treatment, substance use disorder treatment, diversion programs, and other support services by grantees. The dashboard provides data at the state level and for individual grantees. The Prop 47 Cohort 1 grant program concluded on September 30, 2021; as such, these data are final.
The data for the jail population trends was developed in October 2013 for the Association of Criminal Justice Research Conference in Irvine, California. The dashboard provides jail population trends at the state level and individual jurisdictions.
Senate Bill (SB) 92 (Chapter 36, Statutes of 2011) requires the BSCC to collect each county’s Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) implementation plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors and authorizes the BSCC to evaluate, publish, and disseminate statistics and other information on the condition and progress of criminal justice in the state. The dashboard contains information on each county’s unique Realignment approach.
The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) provides service to the local corrections systems through inspections of local detention facilities, assistance in training of local corrections personnel, funding opportunities through grants programming, and facilitating detention facility construction including funding. The dashboard contains county-level and program-level data that can be queried via dropdown menus.
This project was a collaboration between the BSCC and a workgroup from the California Jail Programs Association. Information contained within the dashboard was self-reported by participants who completed a 2013 Statewide Survey on the types of programs provided to offenders in California adult correctional facilities.
Additional Helpful Links
- California Chief Probation Officers
- California Judicial Branch
- California Police Chief's Association
- California Probation, Parole and Correctional Association
- California State Association of Counties
- California State Sheriff’s Association
- Stanford Criminal Justice Center
- State Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR)
- The Partnership for Community Excellence Realignment Page