DJJ Realignment Subcommittee

The JJCC’s DJJ Realignment Subcommittee has been established under Senate Bill 823, which began the closure of the state’s Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), California’s youth prison system. The subcommittee will realign state functions previously administered by DJJ to county governments. Members of the subcommittee will assist in the development of a comprehensive long-term realignment plan to serve youth at a local level, including the identification of facilities, programming, service needs, and the allocation of grant funding.


Next Meeting

August 2024 - Please check back.

When meetings are held, remote public participation is available upon request for individuals who cannot attend in person due to disability.  Making a request to participate remotely no later than one (1) hour prior to the start 
of the meeting helps ensure availability of the meeting link.

Sign Language Interpretation is also available upon request. Captions can be enabled on your personal computer ( if participating remotely.

If requesting remote sign language interpretation, please submit an accommodation request a minimum 
of 4-business hours prior to the start of the meeting. 

Allowing a minimum of 48 business hours for all other accommodation requests helps ensure availability.

To request accommodation(s), please contact the council clerk, Sheryl Cowan, or 415-753-7556. 

Upcoming DJJ Realignment Subcommittee Quarterly Meetings

The Subcommittee has been meeting since February 2021 to develop and implement San Francisco's DJJ Realignment Plan. All meeting videos and supporting materials are available on this site. 

2024 Meeting Dates:

  • 04/24/24, 3:00-3:30pm  in person  JJC Multipurpose room
  • 03/19/2024, 3:30-5:00pm  in person   Agenda to be published no later than 72-hrs prior to meeting.
  • 01/23/24, 3:30-5:00pm  in person 

2023 Meeting Dates:

  • 01/10/23 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM via WebEx 
  • 04/18/23, 3:30-5:00 PM   in person 
  • 08/22/23, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM in person 
  • Cancelled 10/10/23, No DJJ Meeting in October. 


In 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom signed legislation to close California's youth prison system: the Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ). Each county now has a group of people in charge of developing a local plan to support the needs of young people who were previously eligible for DJJ commitments: young people with sustained charges for the most serious conduct. San Francisco’s DJJ Realignment Subcommittee has 15 members, including 9 community members and youth justice advocates. Two of the members have lived experience in secure juvenile facilities. The Chief Probation Officer of the Juvenile Probation Department chairs the subcommittee.


Katherine Weinstein Miller
Chief Probation Officer
Patricia Lee
Public Defender's Office Representative
Office of the Public Defender
Joan Miller
Department of Social Services Representative
Mona Tahsini
Department of Mental Health Representative
Rachel Noto
SF School District & County Office of Education Representative
SFUSD & County Office of Education
The Honorable Monica F. Wiley
Superior Court Representative
Supervising Judge
San Francisco Unified Family Court
Aimee Ubas
Juvenile Advisory Council
Juvenile Advisory Council
Denise Coleman
Huckleberry Youth Services
Huckleberry Youth Services
Ron Stueckle
Juvenile Justice Providers' Association
Liz Jackson-Simpson
Success Center - Community-based provider with TAY Workforce & Housing Expertise
Will Roy
Individual Directly Impacted by Secure Facility
Chaniel Williams
Community Appointee directly impacted by Community Violence
Tiffany Sutton
Office of the District Attorney
Office of the District Attorney
Monika Loya
Bar Association of San Francisco
Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF)


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