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  December 2, 2019
10:30 A.M.
651 Pine Street, Room 101, Martinez

Supervisor John Gioia, Chair
Supervisor Federal D. Glover, Vice Chair
Agenda Items: Items may be taken out of order based on the business of the day and preference of the Committee
1.   Introductions
2.   Public comment on any item under the jurisdiction of the Committee and not on this agenda (speakers may be limited to three minutes).
3.   APPROVE Record of Action from the November 4, 2019 meeting. (Page 4)
Record of Action - Nov 4, 2019
4.   CONSIDER the applicants for the vacant victims' representative seat on the Community Corrections Partnership; CONDUCT interviews; and NOMINATE an individual to the Board of Supervisors to fill the vacancy. (Ramsey AlQaisi, Senior Management Analyst) (Page 7)
Attachment A - 2019 CCP Membership
Attachment B - CCP Victim Representative Applications
Atachment C - CCP Victim Representative Applicant Summary
5.   CONSIDER accepting an update on the implementation of the moratorium on the collection of certain criminal justice fees assessed by the County and provide direction to staff regarding next steps. (Paul Reyes, Senior Deputy County Administrator) (Page 35)
Attachment A - BOS Referral - Criminal Justice Fees
Attachment B - Alameda County Ordinance Eliminating Fees
Attachment C - LAO Report
Attachment D - Adult Fee Analysis
Attachment E - Resolution No. 2019/522
Attachment F - Court Letter
Attachment G - RSG Report on CJ Fees In Contra Costa
Attachment H - Summary Report
Attachment I - Budgetary Impact
6.   PROVIDE input and direction to staff on the Draft Racial Equity Action Plan 2019-2024. (Lara DeLaney & Donte Blue, Office of Reentry and Justice) (Page 83)
Attachment A: Draft REAP
Attachment B: GARE Racial Equity Toolkit
7.   RECEIVE a presentation on Contra Costa County - A Place to Thrive and PROVIDE direction to staff. (Devorah Levine, EHSD & Ali Saidi, Public Defender's Office) (Page 120)
CCC A Place to Thrive Presentation
8.   CONSIDER review panel recommendation to award $300,000 to Rubicon Program, Inc. for an innovative reentry program, and PROVIDE direction on the use of Local Innovation Fund revenue. (Donte Blue, ORJ) (Page 147)
9.    The next meeting is to be determined.
10.    Adjourn

The Public Protection Committee will provide reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities planning to attend Public Protection Committee meetings. Contact the staff person listed below at least 72 hours before the meeting.
Any disclosable public records related to an open session item on a regular meeting agenda and distributed by the County to a majority of members of the Public Protection Committee less than 96 hours prior to that meeting are available for public inspection at 651 Pine Street, 10th floor, during normal business hours.
Public comment may be submitted via electronic mail on agenda items at least one full work day prior to the published meeting time.

For Additional Information Contact:

Paul Reyes, Committee Staff
Phone (925) 335-1096, Fax (925) 646-1353

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