Webinar

Fireside Chat with Chief Still

Chief Wendy Still

Get to Know Chief Still

Wendy Still is the Chief Probation Officer of Alameda County, retired Chief Adult Probation Officer of the City & County of San Francisco, and retired from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; with over 30 years of prison administration experience.

Chief Still has over 40 years’ experience in California local and State Government, specializing in Adult and Juvenile Community Corrections and reentry systems. Her experiences include implementing Criminal Justice Realignment (AB109), developing gender-responsive trauma-informed offender prison and community rehabilitation programs, and executing strategic master plans designed to improve outcomes and reduce recidivism for California’s prison, Probation and reentry populations.  

Chief Still also has experience in implementing Juvenile and Adult innovative programs for homeless, pretrial, mental health, Substance Use Disorder (SUD), dually diagnosed, and the justice-involved.

She is a criminologist and possesses a Master’s degree in Law, Criminology & Society from the University of California, Irvine; and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Behavior from the University of San Francisco. Chief Still is chairing the Community Corrections Partnership Executive Committee (CCPEC) counsel for Alameda County and the City of San Francisco.

Chief Still is a true reformer of correctional and justice policies and practices discussed to increase the success of justice.  

This webinar has ended, but you can watch the recording below!

Chief Still is retiring this year after spending 40+ years working diligently in community corrections. During that time, she has witnessed drastic policy shifts, the evolvement of effective evidence-based practices, and countless other industry milestones as well as overseen the implementation of innovative technology while being a relentless advocate for change and progress within the system.

Join us, as Chief Still reflects on her eventful career, and offers advice in an intimate conversation with Reconnect’s CEO Sam Hotchkiss.

When: January 28th, 2021 at 4 PM ET

Webinar Resources

  1. Recording
  2. Webinar Slides
  3. Alameda County: Roadmap to Reentry
  4. Alameda’s Strategic Plan 
  5. Alameda’s Annual Report 
  6. Alameda’s 2-1-1 Reentry Portal 
  7. White Paper: Get Chief Still Results with Reconnect (coming soon)

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