LOS ANGELES COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT

The Los Angeles County Probation Department is currently the largest probation service agency in the United States, and presumably the world with over 6,500 employees and an operations budget of more than $900 million. Two-thirds of the department’s staff are sworn officers. The Los Angeles County Probation Department operates 50, fully-staffed, individual facilities throughout, that serves more than 80,000 people who are currently on probation in Los Angeles. 


Vision  

Rebuild Lives and Provide for Healthier and Safer Communities


Mission 

Enhance Public Safety, Ensure Victims’ Rights and Effect Positive Probationer Behavioral Change


COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES PROBATION DEPARTMENT CORE VALUES

We fundamentally subscribe to the fair and impartial administration of justice and embrace the following values:

  • Dignity & Respect for our clients, public and employees.
  • Integrity to do the right things for the right reasons – all of the time.
  • Leadership to develop an organization that is sustainable and will attain national prominence.
  • Rehabilitation is founded in a belief that people have the ability to transform into law-abiding individuals.
  • Contribution of everyone is valued and everyone has the opportunity to perform to their highest potential.
  • Commitment to providing service excellence to achieve positive outcomes for healthy families and communities.
  • Collaboration by working with others to maximize efforts and achieve positive results.
  • Evidence-based practices and policies as a way of assuring that our best efforts are leading to desired outcomes.


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ADULT SUPERVISION/ CORE

Evidence Based Practices

The Probation Department is implementing a standardized evidence-based supervision model titled, Coordinated Optimal Rehabilitative Efforts (CORE).  CORE was developed utilizing the Eight Evidence-Based Principles for Effective Interventions, as well as other key evidence-based outcomes as the foundational structure for this supervision model. The CORE model builds upon the model of the Alternative Treatment Caseload (ATC) Specialized Program, but will be restructured concurrent with implementation of CORE. INVEST Deputy Probation Officers supervise under the CORE model. 

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