Basics, Best Practices and Trends

Basics, Best Practices and Trends

Basics, Best Practices and Trends Scarlet Hughes Public Guardian/Conservator San Joaquin County Connie D. Draxler Deputy Director Office of the Public Guardian Los Angeles County Thursday, September 24, 2015

Course Outline Basics of LPS & Probate Conservatorships Best Practices

Major Difference between LPS & Probate Good To Know Basics

Value of Standards & Certification Cons. of Person Best Practices (deputy level) Cons. of Estate Best Practices (deputy level) Management Best Practices Critical Oversight Recommendations Page 2 Course Outline

Trend s

Forensic/Criminal Court Referrals Incompetent to Stand Trial (IST) Mentally Disordered Offender (MDO) Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGI) Sexually Violent Predators (SVP)

AB 109 Page 3 Course Outline Trends Continued

Ideas & Solutions-Criminal Case Referrals Kennebrew Fallout

Kennebrew Ideas & Solutions Parolees & Post Release Community Supervision AB 193 Ideas and Solutions The Long View Page 4

The Basics LPS & Probate Conservatorship Page 5 Major Differences LPS vs Probate Probate

LPS Petition filed after investigation completed but, PG must begin investigation within 2 business days

By the 14th day of 5250 hold, PC must receive a referral-Temps filed, then investigation begins PG investigates only those cases PG is to be appointed on

PC conducts all investigations for LPS appointment Family interested in being Probate Cons., must file own petition

PC frequently requests family be appointed off PCs petition Page 6 Major Differences LPS vs Probate

Probate LPS Criteria is cognitive & physical disabilities

Criteria is mental illness-grave disability Diagnostically, disorders associated w/aging process or head trauma

Psychiatric diagnosis, usually a psychosis No renewal process Must be renewed

every year Page 7 Major MajorDifferences DifferencesLPS LPSvs

vsProbate Probate Probate Cannot place in locked facility (only secure perimeter w/ dementia powers)

Psy meds-must obtain special dementia powers LPS Can place in any type of locked facility

Can authorize any psy meds Page 8 Major MajorDifferences

DifferencesLPS LPSvs vsProbate Probate Page 9 Major Differences LPS vs Probate

Page 10 Good To Know Basics Page 11 Good To Know Basics

Page 12 Good To Know Basics Page 13 Good To Know Basics

Page 14 Best Practices Page 15 Value of Standards & Certification

Page 16 Cons. of Person Best Practices Page 17 Cons. of Person Best Practices

Page 18 Cons. of Estate Best Practices Page 19 Cons. of Estate Best Practices

Page 20 Cons. of Estate Best Practices Page 21 Management Best Practices

Critical Oversight Recommendations Page 22 Management Best Practices Critical Oversight Recommendations Page 23

Management Best Practices Critical Oversight Recommendations Page 24 Trends

Page 26 Forensic/Criminal Court Referrals Page 27 Incompetent to Stand Trial (IST)

Page 28 IST Continued Page 29 IST continued

Page 30 Mentally Disordered Offender (MDO) Page 31 MDOs continued

Page 32 MDOs continued Page 33 MDOs continued

Page 34 Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGI) Page 35 Sexually Violent Predators (SVP)

Page 36 AB 109 Page 37 AB 109 continued

Page 38 Ideas and Solutions Criminal Case Referrals? Page 39

Kennebrew Fallout Page 40 Kennebrew Ideas and Solutions Page 41

Parolees and Post Release Community Supervision Page 42 Parolees and Post Release Community Supervision continued

Page 43 Challenging ChallengingLegislation Legislation Page 44

AB 193 Page 45 Ideas and Solutions Longer View Page 46

Ideas and Solutions Longer View Continued Page 47 Page 48

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