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                                 THIRD READING

          Bill No:  AB 799
          Author:   Swanson (D)
          Amended:  4/11/11 in Assembly
          Vote:     21

           SENATE PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE  :  6-0, 6/7/11
          AYES: Hancock, Anderson, Harman, Liu, Price, Steinberg
          NO VOTE RECORDED: Calderon

           ASSEMBLY FLOOR  :  62-0, 4/14/11 - See last page for vote

           SUBJECT  :    Sexually exploited minors pilot project:  
          Alameda County

           SOURCE  :     Author

           DIGEST  :    This bill extends the sunset of the existing 
          Alameda County pilot project relating to sexually exploited 
          minors five years, and to require the Alameda County 
          district attorney to provide a report to the Legislature on 
          the pilot contingent upon local funding and operation of 
          the pilot, as specified.

           ANALYSIS  :    Existing law expressly authorizes Alameda 
          County, contingent upon local funding, to "establish a 
          pilot project?to develop a comprehensive, replicative, 
          multidisciplinary model to address the needs and effective 
          treatment of commercially sexually exploited minors who 
          have been arrested or detained by local law enforcement 
          for" prostitution crimes, as specified.  These provisions 


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          sunset January 1, 2012.  (Welfare and Institutions Code 
          Section 18259 et seq.)

          This bill extends the sunset on these statutory provisions 
          five years, until January 1, 2017.

          This bill additionally requires the District Attorney for 
          the County of Alameda, on or before April 1, 2016, to 
          "submit a report to the Legislature that summarizes the 
          activities performed by the district attorney pursuant to 
          this section, so that the Legislature may determine whether 
          the pilot project should be extended or expanded to other 
          counties prior to the repeal of this chapter?The report 
          shall, at a minimum, include the number of sexually 
          exploited minors, if any, diverted by the program? and a 
          summary of the types of services and alternate treatments 
          provided to those minors."

          This bill provides that the report required by its 
          provisions "shall be contingent upon local funding, and 
          shall be required only if the County of Alameda establishes 
          a pilot project and the district attorney performs any of 
          the activities of the pilot project authorized by this 
          chapter.  The report shall not include any information that 
          would reveal the identity of a specific sexually exploited 

           Prior legislation  .  AB 499 (Swanson), Chapter 359, Statues 
          of 2008.

           FISCAL EFFECT  :    Appropriation:  No   Fiscal Com.:  No   
          Local:  No

           SUPPORT  :   (Verified  6/8/11)

          Alameda County Board of Supervisors
          American Federation of State, County and Municipal 
          Employees, AFL-CIO
          California District Attorneys Association
          California Probation Parole and Correctional Association
          California State Sheriffs' Association
          Child Abuse Prevention Center
          City of Oakland
          Eta Nu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 



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          Junior Leagues of California

           ARGUMENTS IN SUPPORT  :    The author's office states, the 
          pilot project established by AB 499 (Swanson) will sunset 
          on January 1, 2012.  This bill will extend the sunset by 
          five years to maintain the integrity and continuity of this 
          important diversion program.

           ASSEMBLY FLOOR  : 
          AYES: Achadjian, Allen, Ammiano, Atkins, Beall, Bill 
            Berryhill, Block, Blumenfield, Bonilla, Bradford, 
            Brownley, Buchanan, Charles Calderon, Campos, Carter, 
            Cedillo, Chesbro, Cook, Davis, Dickinson, Donnelly, Eng, 
            Feuer, Fletcher, Fong, Fuentes, Furutani, Gatto, Gordon, 
            Hagman, Halderman, Hall, Hayashi, Roger Hernández, Hill, 
            Huber, Hueso, Huffman, Jeffries, Lara, Bonnie Lowenthal, 
            Ma, Mansoor, Miller, Mitchell, Monning, Nestande, 
            Nielsen, Pan, Perea, V. Manuel Pérez, Portantino, Silva, 
            Skinner, Smyth, Solorio, Swanson, Torres, Valadao, 
            Wieckowski, Yamada, John A. Pérez
          NO VOTE RECORDED: Alejo, Butler, Conway, Galgiani, Garrick, 
            Gorell, Grove, Harkey, Jones, Knight, Logue, Mendoza, 
            Morrell, Norby, Olsen, Wagner, Williams, Vacancy

          RJG:do  6/8/11   Senate Floor Analyses 

                         SUPPORT/OPPOSITION:  SEE ABOVE

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