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Californiais shifting responsibility for serving low-level adult and high-needs youth offender populations from the state to the county level, where local agencies are better able to address their needs and smooth their reentry into the community.

CJCJ produces regular publications to inform state policy makers and the broader public on the effects of adult and juvenile realignment on long-term public safety, offender rehabilitation, and use of public funds.

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