Christine Brown-Taylor

Re-Entry Services Manager,
San Diego County Sheriff Department


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Christine J. Brown-Taylor is the San Diego County Sheriff Department's first Reentry Services Manager. She oversees the Reentry Services Division which was created in response to California's Criminal Justice Realignment. The Division is responsible for the programming in the seven detention facilities in San Diego. Christine supervises over 30 correctional counseling staff that provides case management, group counseling, and reentry planning.

Prior to joining the Sheriff's Department, Christine was employed by University of California, San Diego as the SB618 Program Manager for the community case management component of the San Diego Prisoner Reentry Program. In 2008, Christine was awarded an Exemplary Service Award from the UCSD. Christine has developed training courses on evidence based practices for SB618 program's partners and provided case management for inmates being released from prison. She provided consultation and staff development to two CDCR prisons during her six years with the program. Christine has provided training and conducted workshops throughout the State of California on evidence based practices and case management of the offender population.

Christine began her career working with the criminal justice system in northwest Ohio where she was the Coordinator of a Rape Crisis Center. She conducted trainings across the state on the development a coordinated system of treatment with offenders and victims. Christine holds a Master of Social Work degree from San Diego State University.