Background

On August 4, 2020, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted Resolution No. 2020-179 and declared racism and inequity a public health crisis. As such, the County set a goal to identify and implement solutions to create governmental awareness and increase equity, diversity, and public health. Subsequently, RCP assigned the Justice System Change Initiative (J-SCI) to lead efforts in applying an equity lens to internal policies and practices specific to our clientele and staff. Furthermore, RCP is moving forward with organization initiatives to address implicit bias and promote diversity among all staff.

Message from Assistant Chief

Inspirational DEI message from RCP’s Assistant Chief Chris Wright on his journey to becoming
RCP's first African American Assistant Chief.


Diverse Leaders Representing a Diverse County

RCP’s Executive Leadership is proudly comprised of individuals representative of the
Riverside County communities we serve.

From L to R: CDPO Joseph P. Doty, Assistant Chief Christopher H. Wright, CDPO Natalie Rivera, CDPO Elisa Judy, CDPA Cherilyn Williams, CDPO Tari Spear,
and Chief Ronald L. Miller II
Chief Deputy Probation Officer (CDPO), Chief Deputy Probation Administrator (CDPA)