Meet Wendy Still, new chief probation officer 

San Francisco has a new chief to supervise the county’s chronically understaffed Adult Probation Department.

Wendy Still, a rehabilitation and correctional specialist with an extensive resume, is the new Chief Adult Probation Officer for the City and County of San Francisco.

She replaces Patrick J. Boyd, who retired in January 2010 after 37 years in Corrections. Boyd served as the Chief Adult Probation Officer in San Francisco for 16 months and worked for the Department for more than 2½ years, according to the Superior Court.

A criminologist and a Peace Officer, Still most recently worked as the Director of the Activation Management and Rehabilitation Program under California Federal Prison Health Care Services.

Still may get a chance to work with local authorities soon, as the SFPD has been executing probation and parole violation sweeps in an effort to stem gang violence.

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