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Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
UPDATE: Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
UPDATE: Eight Months into Realignment: Dramatic Reductions in California's prisoners
Adult realignment provides counties with opportunities for innovation
Data from the Corrections Standards Authority shows that 71% of jail space in California counties is filled by individuals who are unsentenced.¬† For the simple reason of not being able to afford a…
Should We Rename It "Selma Francisco"?
Should We Rename It "Selma Francisco"? California Progress Report, April 13, 2012
Adult realignment and the county jail building boom
Last month, the American Civil Liberties Union released an insightful, comprehensive report on county plans for a massive jail expansion using funding allocated through Assembly Bill 109 and…
Addendum to "Charging Youth as Adults in California" released
CJCJ has released an addendum to its February 2012 report entitled, Charging Youths as Adults in California: A county by county analysis of prosecutorial direct file practices . The purpose of the…
Addendum to Charging Youths as Adults
Addendum to Charging Youths as Adults
Report: Yolo County Highest Direct File Rate of Juvenile Cases in the State
Report: Yolo County Highest Direct File Rate of Juvenile Cases in the State Yolo Judicial Watch, February 17, 2012
Trying youths in adult courts proving ineffective
Trying youths in adult courts proving ineffective Capitol Weekly, February 16, 2012
Juvenile Dept. Worried about Housing High-risk Offenders
Juvenile Dept. Worried about Housing High-risk Offenders Central Coast News KION/KCBA, February 2, 2012
New report highlights California's "hidden" prison costs
A new report out from the Vera institute conducts a state-by-state analysis of ballooning corrections budgets, far greater than previously reported. Overall, states' corrections budgets have…
Charging youths as adults in California: A county by county analysis
Charging youths as adults in California: A county by county analysis
Counties' modern secure facilities have enough institutional capacity for juvenile justice realignment
Counties' modern secure facilities have enough institutional capacity for juvenile justice realignment
Santa Cruz County tries more juveniles as adults
Santa Cruz County tries more juveniles as adults The Imperfect Parent, January 18, 2012
California's annual homicide rates declined
California's annual homicide rates declined Oakland Tribune, December 6, 2011
California's startling youth trends: Does more "youth on the streets" mean more crime?
California's startling youth trends: Does more "youth on the streets" mean more crime?
AB 109: Criminal Justice Realignment & Reform (handout)
AB 109: Criminal Justice Realignment & Reform (handout)
AB 109: Criminal Justice Realignment & Reform (slides)
AB 109: Criminal Justice Realignment & Reform (slides)
California Sentencing Practices, 2009
California Sentencing Practices, 2009
CJCJ publication finds direct filing does not reduce juvenile crime
The latest publication in CJCJ's Juvenile Justice Realignment Series analyses direct adult criminal court filings across California's 58 counties since the passage of Proposition 21 (2000). Direct…
Selena Teji on the 58 cooks in California's juvenile justice kitchen
Selena Teji on the 58 cooks in California's juvenile justice kitchen Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, August 24, 2011
San Francisco's Self-Reliant Incarceration Policies
San Francisco's Self-Reliant Incarceration Policies
What has been the effect of Proposition 21?
What has been the effect of Proposition 21?
The Cost of the State's Division of Juvenile Facilities
The Cost of the State's Division of Juvenile Facilities
Can California County Jails Absorb Low-Level State Prisoners?
Can California County Jails Absorb Low-Level State Prisoners?

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