On March 1, 2011, the Board of Supervisors established a cross-system reentry network to develop and implement a reentry plan for the county. The Reentry Network is led by an eight-member governance team, which is responsible for the vision, direction, and accountability of the group. Network membership is open to any individuals and organizations providing reentry services or with interest in supporting the reentry efforts in Santa Clara County.
Since August 2011, the Reentry Network has been meeting on a quarterly basis with the focus of implementing policy and procedure changes that will better assist with a successful reentry transition. Network members provide expertise, operations support, and guidance to the governance team.
Cindy Chavez, County Board Supervisor, District 2 and Chair, Reentry Network
Susan Ellenberg, County Board Supervisor, District 4 and Co-Chair, Reentry Network
Cora Tomalinas, Community/Faith Leader and Co-Chair of the Reentry Network
Laurie Smith, County Sheriff and Co-Chair, Reentry Network
Rick Sung, County Undersheriff, Alternate
Miguel Marquez, County Chief Operating Officer
Martha Wapenski, Deputy County Executive
Garry Herceg, Deputy County Executive, Alternate
Deborah Ryan, Presiding Judge, County of Santa Clara Superior Court
Stephen Manley, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge
Laura Garnette, Chief, Probation Department
Jermaine Hardy, Deputy Chief Probation Officer, Alternate
Molly O’Neal, Public Defender
Damon Silver, Assistant Public Defender, Alternate
Jeffrey F. Rosen, District Attorney
David Angel, Assistant District Attorney, Alternate
Matthew Fisk, Director of Pretrial Release Services
Michaelene Reagan, Supervisor, Pretrial Services, Alternate
Ky Le, Director, Office of Supportive Housing
Sara H. Cody, MD, Director, Public Health Department
James Andrew, Director, Custody Health Services
Anu Perumattam, QI Manager, Acute Psych Services, Alternate
Bruce Copley, Director of Alcohol and Drug Services
Sherry Terao, Deputy Director, Behavioral Health Services Department, Alternate
Wesley Mukoyama, Representative, Behavioral Health Board, Alternate
Eddie Garcia, Chief of Police, City of San Jose
Dave Knopf, San Jose Police Department, Alternate
Dan Winter, Santa Clara County Police Chief's Association, Alternate
Todd Kendrick, Sheriff's Correctional Sergeant
Rhonda McClinton-Brown, Branch Director, Healthy Communities, Alternate
Robert Menicocci, Director of Social Services
John P. Mills, Director, Employee Services Agency
Angela Shing, Director, Employment and Benefits Services, Alternate
Luke Leung, Director of Employment Services
Mary Crocker Cook, ADS Program Coordinator, San Jose City College
Amanda Clifford, Individual formerly involved in the criminal justice system
Christine Clifford, community member
Pablo Gaxiola, Reentry Program Manager Goodwill of Silicon Valley & formerly involved with the criminal justice system
Dr Mary Ann Dewan, Superintendent of County Office of Education
Steve Olmos, Representative, County Office of Education, Alternate
Kasey Halcon, Silicon Valley FACES-Victim Witness Program
Anthony Williams, Senior Pastor, Maranatha Christian Center
David Robinson, Faith-Based Reentry Collaborative, Alternate
Erin O’Brien, Representative from Community Based Organizations
Rose Amador-LeBeau, Representative from Community Based Organizations
Cauhcihuatl Trinidad, Representative from Community Based Organization, Alternate
Maya Esparza, Representative, City of San Jose Mayor's Gang Prevention Task Force
Kishan Vujjeni, Representative, South Bay Consortium for Adult Education
Usha Narayanan, Representative, South Bay Consortium for Adult Education, Alternate
Build safer communities and strengthen families through successful reintegration and reentry of formerly incarcerated individuals back into Santa Clara County.
To reduce recidivism by using evidence-based practices in implementing a seamless system of services, supports, and supervision.
The Santa Clara County Reentry Network is guided by the following principles and values:
- Reentry and reintegration begin while the individual is incarcerated.
- Evidence-based practices are utilized when developing programs and policies.
- Collaboration, coordination, information, and communication are critical to the success and sustainability of the Reentry Network.
- High – to moderate-risk formerly incarcerated individuals are targeted through the use of validated assessment tools.
- Assessment and case management tools targeting continuous reentry planning are incorporated at the point of admission to the criminal justice system and continue to be used through pre- and post-release.
- The strategic plan is gender-responsive, trauma-informed, and culturally competent.