The Schiff-Cardenas Crime Prevention Act of 2000 (AB 1913) was signed into law September 7, 2000, making state funds available on a non-competitive basis for counties to develop and implement plans for preventing and addressing juvenile crime. The Act required local Juvenile Justice Coordinating Councils to develop Comprehensive Multiagency Juvenile Justice Plans containing proposals that delineated program implementation as well as the most cost effective manner in which to expend the funds.

Yolo County Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council:

  • Don L. Meyer, Chief Probation Officer, Yolo County Probation Department
  • Supervisor, Yolo County Board of Supervisors
  • David Rosenberg, Presiding Judge Superior Court, Yolo County
  • Ed Prieto, Sheriff, Yolo County Sheriff’s Department
  • Jeff Riseig, District Attorney, Yolo County District Attorney’s Office
  • Barry Melton, Public Defender, Yolo County Public Defender’s Office
  • XXXXXXX, Director, Yolo County Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Department
  • XXXXXXX, Director Yolo County Employment and Social Services Department
  • Jorge O. Ayala, Superintendent, Yolo County Office of Education
  • Carey Sullivan, Chief of Police, Woodland Police Department, Chair of Yolo County Law Enforcement Administrators
  • Robin Affirm, Director, Communicate Health Centers
  • XXXXXXX, At-large Community Representative / Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Commission

See also: Juvenile Justice System