Chapter 2. Program of California Penal Code >> Title 4.8. >> Part 3. >> Chapter 2.
The proceeds of bonds issued and sold pursuant to this
chapter shall be deposited in the 1988 County Correctional Facility
Capital Expenditure and Youth Facility Bond Fund, which is hereby
(a) (1) Moneys in the fund, up to a limit of four hundred
ten million dollars ($410,000,000), may be available for the
construction, reconstruction, remodeling, and replacement of county
correctional facilities, and the performance of deferred maintenance
on county correctional facilities. However, deferred maintenance for
facilities shall only include items with a useful life of at least 10
(2) Moneys in the fund, up to a limit of sixty-five million
dollars ($65,000,000), may be available for the construction,
reconstruction, remodeling, and replacement of county juvenile
facilities, and the performance of deferred maintenance on county
juvenile facilities, but may only be used for the purpose of reducing
overcrowding and eliminating health, fire, and life safety hazards.
(3) Expenditure shall be made only if county matching funds of 25
percent are provided as determined by the Legislature, except that
this requirement may be modified or waived by the Legislature where
it determines that it is necessary to facilitate the expeditious and
equitable construction of state and local correctional facilities.
(b) Moneys in the fund, up to a limit of twenty-five million
dollars ($25,000,000), may be available for the purpose of making
awards to public or private nonprofit agencies or joint ventures, or
a combination of those entities, for purpose of purchasing equipment
and for acquiring, renovating, or constructing youth centers or youth
shelters, as may be provided by statute. Fifteen million dollars
($15,000,000) shall be available for youth centers and ten million
dollars ($10,000,000) shall be available for youth shelters and shall
be distributed by the Department of the Youth Authority. However,
any remaining money that has not been awarded under this subdivision
within two years of the effective date of this title shall be
available for both youth centers and youth shelters.
In order to be eligible to receive funds for the purposes
specified in subdivision (a) of Section 4496.12 derived from the
issuance of bonds under this title, a county shall do all of the
(a) Adopt a plan to prohibit the detention of all juveniles in
county jails unless otherwise authorized by law.
(b) Demonstrate that it has adequate facilities for mentally ill
inmates or detainees and for those persons arrested because of
inebriation, or demonstrate that it has a plan for the provision of
services to these persons.
(c) Demonstrate that it has utilized, to the greatest practicable
extent, alternatives to jail incarceration.
The Department of the Youth Authority shall administer
funds appropriated for juvenile facilities as specified in paragraph
(2) of subdivision (a) of Section 4496.12.
Money in the fund may only be expended for projects
specified in this chapter as allocated in appropriations made by the