Alameda County is now accepting applications for the Community Corrections Partnership Community Advisory Board (CAB).

The role of the CAB is to advise and make recommendations to the Community Corrections Partnership Executive Committee (CCPEC) on issues pertaining to realignment/reentry. For more information regarding realignment/reentry, visit the Alameda County Realignment page.

The CAB is designed to ensure that the community has a voice in realignment and reentry policy!

The CAB will consist of 15 members, including people who have been formerly incarcerated and victims of crime. Members will meet at least monthly to: provide input on community needs, assess implementation of the Realignment Plan, review data on realignment outcomes, advise the CCPEC on community engagement strategies, offer recommendations for ongoing realignment and re-entry planning, review all realignment and re-entry related budget proposals and allocations, and encourage outcomes that are consistent with the County’s Realignment and Re-Entry Plan.

If you are interested in serving as a member of the CAB, please complete the application on the following link:

Application Deadline: Friday, June 20