Building a new consensus on California prison policy
The Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ) and the California Correctional Peace Officers Association are co-hosting an unprecedented series of policy discussions in Sacramento with some of the state's leading correctional experts to help forge a consensus on future corrections policy. With the continued deterioration of conditions in the state's prisons, a new urgency has emerged that is bringing together a new coalition of groups and individuals to work with state leaders to address the current crisis.
The California's prison crisis is inexcusable and it puts inmates and staff at risk and compromises public safety. Please see the press release for more information.
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