Report 2009-109 Recommendation 17 Responses
Report 2009-109: Sacramento and Marin Superior Courts: Both Courts Need to Ensure That Family Court Appointees Have Necessary Qualifications, Improve Administrative Policies and Procedures, and Comply With Laws and Rules (Release Date: January 2011)
Recommendation #17 To: Superior Court of California, County of Sacramento
To verify that its private mediator and evaluator panel members meet the minimum qualifications and training requirements before appointment, the Sacramento family court should ensure that if it continues to rely on the evaluators’ licensure to satisfy the training requirements, the training courses that evaluators on its current panel list take are approved by the AOC or that the evaluators seek individual approvals from the AOC to take the courses.
1-Year Agency Response
The Sacramento Family Court notified private evaluator panel members via an email dated March 18, 2011, that they must attend training approved by the AOC or seek individual approval of required courses. (See 2013-406, p. 155)
- Response Date: December 2012
California State Auditor's Assessment of 1-Year Status: Fully Implemented
Agency responses received after June 2013 are posted verbatim.