While some counties have struggled with new administrative responsibilities for juveniles, the Sacramento County Probation Department quickly embraced the challenge.Read More
Ensuring unhoused clients receive the resources and help they need from the probation department is not simple—and officers are often faced with serious challenges.
Supporting Positive Change. You’ll find these three words on the walls of the Sacramento County Probation Department’s offices and the homepage of their website. And if you talk to any of the 700 employees working within the department, it won’t be long before you’ll hear them invoke the phrase.
Officer, social worker, positive influence. Probation officers do it all for their clients.
Julie Wherry would like to work herself out of a job. As assistant chief probation officer for Sacramento County, she wants more people to understand…