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In 2011, Governor Brown signed into law Assembly Bill (AB) 109 and AB 117, hereafter referred to as Realignment, which made “fundamental changes to California’s correctional system to stop the costly, ineffective and unsafe "revolving door" of lower-level offenders and parole violators through our state prisons” (excerpt from Governor’s Press Release, April 5, 2011).


  • shifted responsibility for all sentenced non-violent, non-serious, non-sex offenders from state to local jurisdictions;
  • established Post-Release Community Supervision;
  • changed the parole revocation process;
  • tasked Community Corrections Partnerships with planning for the change and implementing the local plans; and
  • gave local law enforcement the right and the ability to manage offenders in smarter and cost-effective ways

Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-24 Community Corrections Partnership Survey

The Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) Survey is a mechanism to collect valuable information to educate and inform California lawmakers, the public, and the media of the continued efforts counties have made in the previous year in implementing the shift in public safety and rehabilitation. Responses to the yearly CCP Surveys are compiled into the annual BSCC Reports on the Implementation of Community Corrections Partnership Plans .

The Budget Act of 2023 (SB 101, Chapter 12), in relevant part, appropriates $7,950,000 to California counties as follows:

Counties are eligible to receive funding if they submit an updated Community Corrections Partnership plan and a report to the Board of State and Community Corrections by December 15, 2023, that provides information about the actual implementation of the 2022-23 Community Corrections Partnership plan.

The report shall include, but not be limited to, progress in achieving outcome measures as identified in the plan or otherwise available. Additionally, the report shall include plans for the 2023–24 allocation of funds, including future outcome measures, programs and services, and funding priorities.

The funds shall be distributed by January 31, 2024, to counties that comply with provisions as follows: (a) $100,000 to each county with a population of 0 to 200,000, inclusive, (b) $150,000 to each county with a population of 200,001 to 749,999, inclusive, and (c) $200,000 to each county with a population of 750,000 and above. Allocations will be determined based on the most recent county population data published by the Department of Finance.

The report, referenced in the Budget Act, is the CCP Survey provided by the BSCC to all county CCPs on an annual basis.


FY 2023-24 CCP Survey and Plan

For the FY2023-24 CCP Survey reporting process, the BSCC is piloting an online submission portal. Through the linked button provided below, county CCP’s will input their CCP Survey, Part A (narrative information) and upload the CCP Survey, Part B (financial information), optional material, and their updated CCP Plan for 2023-2024.

You will be prompted to create a free Submittable account and log-in (or sign into an existing account) prior to accessing the online CCP Survey. The account is email-specific; therefore, it is advised that if multiple individuals need to compile the data, the CCP uses the fill-in Word template for this purpose and then designate a single individual associated with the account’s email to enter the information into the portal and upload all required attachments.

After an account is established, CCPs or their designated individual may proceed with the submission process. As part of this process, applicants will be required to upload mandatory attachments (listed below). Applicants will download these documents from the this page, complete these attachments ahead of time, and then upload them to the BSCC Submittable portal. Mandatory documents include: Part A of the CCP Survey (entered directly into the online portal); Part B of the CCP Survey (upload the Excel document when prompted); and an updated CCP plan.

**Note: You may start and stop your CCP Survey Package any time during the submission period. However, you must click the “Save Draft” button at the end of the Survey page to save any updates and/or changes you have made to your CCP Survey answers prior to submission, each time you log in to your CCP Survey. In addition, most of the fields within the BSCC Submittable portal require information to be entered; therefore, the system will not allow CCP Survey submission if all mandatory fields are not completed.


FY 2023-24 CCP Survey

FY2023-24 Community Correction Partnership Survey Letter

CCP Survey Data Reporting Guide


Updated CCP Plan for FY 2023-24

When prompted within the BSCC-Submittable online submission portal, please upload your county’s CCP Plan for 2023-2024.

The complete CCP Survey package, including all required attachments, shall be completed and submitted through the BSCC-Submittable online portal by December 15, 2023. Please be aware that a complete CCP Survey package, including an updated CCP plan for 2023-24, MUST be submitted to the BSCC to receive compensation.

NOTE: The information provided in the CCP Survey package will be made public by the BSCC in the annual report to the Governor’s Office and the Legislature on the implementation of Community Corrections Partnership plans on the BSCC website.


Confirmation of Receipt of the CCP Survey and Required Attachments

Within 2 hours of submission of the full CCP Survey package, respondents will receive a confirmation email from the BSCC stating the information has been received.

For additional information and/or technical assistance concerning the CCP Survey and submission process, please contact:

Helene Zentner, BSCC Field Representative,


Submitted FY 2023-24 CCP Plans

2023-24 CCP Plans

Alameda 23-24 Alpine 23-24 Amador 23-24 Butte 23-24
Calaveras 23-24 Colusa 23-24 Contra Costa 23-24 Del Norte 23-24
El Dorado 23-24 Fresno 23-24 Glenn 23-24 Humboldt 23-24
Imperial 23-24 Inyo 23-24 Kern 23-24 Kings 23-24
Lake 23-24 Lassen 23-24 Los Angeles 23-24 Madera 23-24
Marin 23-24 Mariposa 23-24 Mendocino 23-24 Merced 23-24
Modoc 23-24 Mono 23-24 Monterey 23-24 Napa 23-24
Nevada 23-24 Orange 23-24 Placer 23-24 Plumas 23-24
Riverside 23-24 Sacramento 23-24 San Benito 23-24 San Bernardino 23-24
San Diego 23-24 San Francisco 23-24 San Joaquin 23-24 San Luis Obispo 23-24
San Mateo 23-24 Santa Barbara 23-24 Santa Clara 23-24 Santa Cruz 23-24
Shasta 23-24 Sierra 23-24 Siskiyou 23-24 Solano 23-24
Sonoma 23-24 Stanislaus 23-24 Sutter 23-24 Tehama 23-24
Trinity 23-24 Tulare 23-24 Tuolumne 23-24 Ventura 23-24
Yolo 23-24 Yuba 23-24


Prior CCP Plans

Since 2011, the BSCC has been the repository for the CCP Plans developed by each county to implement the provisions of public safety realignment. Senate Bill 678 on Criminal Recidivism introduced the concept of a CCP. At its core, the CCP is comprised of local stakeholders collectively meeting and strategically making decisions. County implementation plans – also known as Realignment Plans or AB109 plans – provide the approaches counties are utilizing in realigning state public safety functions to their local jurisdictions.

A CCP plan and an original county profile were required of each county in FY 2011-12. Subsequent CPP updates are provided on a voluntary basis. All CCP plans submitted to the BSCC to date and the original county profiles are listed below.

2022-23 CCP Plans

Alameda 22-23 Alpine 22-23 Amador 22-23 Butte 22-23
Calaveras 22-23 Colusa 22-23 Contra Costa 22-23 Del Norte 22-23
El Dorado 22-23 Fresno 22-23 Glenn 22-23 Humboldt 22-23
Imperial 22-23 Inyo 22-23 Kern 22-23 Kings 22-23
Lake 22-23 Lassen 22-23 Los Angeles 22-23 Madera 22-23
Marin 22-23 Mariposa 22-23 Mendocino 22-23 Merced 22-23
Modoc 22-23 Mono 22-23 Monterey 22-23 Napa 22-23
Nevada 22-23 Orange 22-23 Placer 22-23 Plumas 22-23
Riverside 22-23 Sacramento 22-23 San Benito 22-23 San Bernardino 22-23
San Diego 22-23 San Francisco 22-23 San Joaquin 22-23 San Luis Obispo 22-23
San Mateo 22-23 Santa Barbara 22-23 Santa Clara 22-23 Santa Cruz 22-23
Shasta 22-23 Sierra 22-23 Siskiyou 22-23 Solano 22-23
Sonoma 22-23 Stanislaus 22-23 Sutter 22-23 Tehama 22-23
Trinity 22-23 Tulare 22-23 Tuolumne 22-23 Ventura 22-23
Yolo 22-23 Yuba 22-23

2021-22 CCP Plans

Alameda 21-22 Alpine 21-22 Amador 21-22 Butte 21-22
Calaveras 21-22 Colusa 21-22 Contra Costa 21-22 Del Norte 21-22
El Dorado 21-22 Fresno 21-22 Glenn 21-22 Humboldt 21-22
Imperial 21-22 Inyo 21-22 Kern 21-22 Kings 21-22
Lake 21-22 Lassen 21-22 Los Angeles 21-22 Madera 21-22
Marin 21-22 Mariposa 21-22 Mendocino 21-22 Merced 21-22
Modoc 21-22 Mono 21-22 Monterey 21-22 Napa 21-22
Nevada 21-22 Orange 21-22 Placer 21-22 Plumas 21-22
Riverside 21-22 Sacramento 21-22 San Benito 21-22 San Bernardino 21-22
San Diego 21-22 San Francisco 21-22 San Joaquin 21-22 San Luis Obispo 21-22
San Mateo 21-22 Santa Barbara 21-22 Santa Clara 21-22 Santa Cruz 21-22
Shasta 21-22 Sierra 21-22 Siskiyou 21-22 Solano 21-22
Sonoma 21-22 Stanislaus 21-22 Sutter 21-22 Tehama 21-22
Trinity 21-22 Tulare 21-22 Tuolumne 21-22 Ventura 21-22
Yolo 21-22 Yuba 21-22


BSCC Reports on the Implementation of CCP Plans

Commencing January 1, 2013, and annually thereafter, the BSCC is charged with collecting and analyzing available data regarding the implementation of local plans and other outcome-based measures. By July 1 of each year the Board must provide to the Governor and the Legislature a report on the implementation of CCP plans. These reports provide an annual snapshot of each county’s unique experience in implementing the locally developed CCP realignment implementation plan, the CCP plan objectives, identified outcomes, outcome measures, and data results; and how the county used its realignment funding.

In addition, the annual reports outline the many promising and evidence-based efforts counties have adopted to help this population of offenders end the cycle of recidivism while keeping communities safe.


Realignment Information and Other Useful Links