Alameda County Joint Reentry One Table
The Alameda County Joint Reentry One Table was formed in 2011 in an effort to combine all of the County’s previous reentry discussions into one table. The Joint Reentry One Table comprises approximately 100 stakeholders from every aspect of the county that include: faith-based organizations, community-based organizations, governmental partners/elected officials (local, County and state), formerly incarcerated and their families, victims of crime and their families, individuals with criminal records, service providers, and community advocacy organizations.
The Joint Reentry One Table, led by the Alameda County Probation Department, is credited with the development of Alameda County’s board-adopted Adult Re-Entry Strategic Plan “Road to Re-Entry”. The Plan outlines vision statements for both the reentry population and reentry system. To review the entire Plan, please click on the following link:
On August 8, 2012, the Alameda County Probation Department hosted a retreat for its Community Corrections Partnership Executive Committee. The purpose of the retreat was to conduct a review and assessment of the first year of realignment implementation within the...