OCREP Project Director




OCREP Advisory Committee
Agency Representatives
Geoff Henderson, MS.Ed.
Orange County Sheriff's Department, Programs and Services Manager

Geoff Henderson has over 25 years of experience in the substance use disorder and mental health services field. As a graduate from treatment and longtime dedicated clinician, hes aware of the potential that treatment holds for changing lives. He currently serves as Program Services Manager at the Orange County Sheriffs Department, leading the Inmate Services Divisions In-Custody Programs and Reentry Services. Previously, Mr. Henderson served as Regional Administrator for Telecare Corporation- managing several mental health treatment programs in the Ventura County area; and Vice President, Director of New Business Development, Government Affairs and Marketing for Phoenix Houses of California. Mr. Henderson served many years as the Chairman of OCREP and has also aided similar advocates in LA and Ventura counties to establish a reentry council- the Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership (LARRP) and reentry coalition in Ventura County. Mr. Henderson holds a Masters of Science degree specializing in Special Education and is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Management and Organizational Leadership at the University of Phoenix.

Steve Sandoval
Orange County Probation Department, Assistant Division Director

Steve Sandoval is currently an Assistant Division Director with the Orange County Probation Department assigned to Adult Field Supervision Division. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Chapman University in 1995, he began his career as a Deputy Probation Counselor working at juvenile institutions and the Juvenile Court Work Program. In 1998, he promoted to Deputy Probation Officer and worked a juvenile supervision caseload and also as an armed officer in the Gang Violence Suppression Unit. In 2005, he was promoted to Supervising Probation Officer where he was assigned to the Secured Electronic Confinement (SEC) Unit where he supervised SEC, Welfare Fraud, Adult Administrative and Dispatch Center. It was there that Steve was instrumental and a driving force in planning, implementation and continuing development of the departments first ever GPS Monitoring Center. During his time in SEC he also served as President of the California Electronic Monitoring Association, which looked to address GPS related issues and solutions involving corrections and law enforcement professionals. In March 2012, Steve ventured on to a new Division, the newly created PCS/AB 109 Division and was tasked with creating an Intake Unit to address the offenders released from Prison under AB 109. In this new Unit, he developed an outstanding working relationship with CDCR, Division of Parole Operations (DAPO) and coordinated all prison releases to the Probation Department.

Latisha Fairley
Division of Adult Parole Operations, Parole Service Associate

Ms. Fairley acts as liaison between the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) and contracted resources of the Department of Rehabilitative Programs (DRP) to ensure the successful reintegration of newly released inmates and parolees into the community. She works to identify program placement for eligible parolees to assist with their criminogenic needs with a primary focus relating to social readjustment in employment, education and substance abuse. She has over 18 years with CDCR and is currently assigned to the Adult Program Unit, South Coast District. Ms. Fairley also has expertise working in the Parole Planning and Placement Program, now called the Community Transition Program at the California Institution for Men (CIM) located in Chino, California. She attended Mount San Antonio College and later transferred to Arizona State University majoring in Sociology.

Interested in becoming an Advisory Committee Member? Please contact info@ocreentry.com.