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Detention of non-criminal individuals has impact on post-Realignment California
CJCJ releases report examining the large number of suspected undocumented immigrants, without a…
Report: Releasing undocumented immigrants could help relieve Calif.'s jail overcrowding
A new report from the Center for Juvenile and Criminal Justice suggests California jails could…
Línea Abierta : REALINEACION: ¿BENEFICIO O PLAGA?
CJCJ's NoVA case manager, José Luis Gómez, participates in an interview with Radio…
Brown’s revised budget discriminates against the mentally ill
Brown's budget revives a killed bill that requires state parole, rather than community supervision,…
REALIGNMENT: Is it to blame for more crime?
Riverside County struggling with overcrowded jails and an uptick in violent crime, chronic…
Realignment in Los Angeles County
A closer examination of LA county's unique realignment trends.
Report smacks Monterey County for sending more than its share of felons to prison.
By sending more non-violent felons to prison than the state average, Monterey County isn’t…
Up Front
Senior Research Fellow, Mike Males, discusses Realignment's impact on county-by-county disparities.
CJCJ Newsletter - Latest on AB 109 and juvenile justice reform
CJCJ forges ahead with reform efforts in 2013
Beyond Realignment: Counties’ large disparities in imprisonment underlie ongoing prison crisis
California’s crises of prison overcrowding, unsustainable costs, and court-ordered population…
NEW REPORT: counties’ large disparities in imprisonment underlie ongoing prison crisis
IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CJCJ report analyzes new data from the last quarter of 2012. Finds county…
Officials find no easy conclusions in prison realignment review
Nearly 18 months after the state's prison realignment law took effect, Merced officials agree the…
Merced sheriff unveils vision for AB 109 locally with new Trident Center
Merced County Sheriff Mark Pazin on Thursday unveiled a new one-stop shop to provide various…
Overall crime down in Merced County's unincorporated areas
Overall crime in the county's unincorporated areas went down more than 5 percent in 2012, according…
Daniel Macallair presenting at the California Correctional Crisis 2013
On March 21-22, 2013, the Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal, the UC Hastings Criminal Justice…
Monterey County works to track data on realignment, crime rate
Now, despite the somewhat quixotic nature of the quest, Monterey County officials are working to…
Realignment's effect should be revealed
Gov. Jerry Brown's "realignment" of the state's penal system is a year old and he claims it's been…
Merced Police Department takes steps to deal with spike in crime
Merced County Sheriff Mark Pazin acknowledges more inmates are released early in the wake of…
California’s Urban Crime Increase in 2012: Is “Realignment” to Blame?
This publication analyzes whether Realignment — in this case, the 46,000 offenders diverted…
Groups disagree if California crime rise related to prison plan
Public policy groups are seizing on new statistics from the FBI to claim California's prison…
NEW REPORT: Recent urban crime increases are not linked to realignment
IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Analyzing newly released FBI data - the first full crime figures published since…
A Prosecutor's Innovative Response to Realignment
Over one year into Realignment, local justice stakeholders across the state remain challenged by…
Chino prison inmate population seeing a 40-percent decline
Chino prison inmate population seeing a 40-percent decline Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, December…
Prison realignment shows slow progress
Prison realignment shows slow progress 23ABC News, December 13, 2012
Prison 'Realignment' Program Stalling Out?
Prison 'Realignment' Program Stalling Out? The California Report, December 14, 2012

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